Screenwriter Eric Heisserer talks with SPINOFF about his new supernatural horror film, the status of “Sandman” and his part in the new Universal Monsters universe.
The actor discusses the difficulties of turning the acclaimed, award-winning serialized comic book series into a feature film.
Neil Gaiman explains why the long-gestating adaptation wasn’t included in the studio’s big announcement last week.
The Sin City: A Dame to Kill For actor explains why it’s been so difficult for filmmakers to adapt Neil Gaiman’s epic fantasy series.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt stresses The Sandman is still in the very early stages, saying the adaptation can be a big movie that goes in different places than typical blockbusters.
A new rumor has Man of Steel writer David S. Goyer in talks to adapt The Sandman for with Warner Bros., with Joseph Gordon-Levitt pegged for the title role.
Neil Gaiman spotlights Jill Thompson’s Sandman illustrations created for a Warner Bros. move pitch that never got off the ground. The concept art is now available for purchase.
The Sandman creator Neil Gaiman clarified that status of the television adaptation, saying that while he and DC Entertainment will likely talk to a lot of potential developers this year, no one has actually optioned the rights.
DC Entertainment’s chief creative officer insists the planned television adaptation of The Sandman is still active, with the involvement of creator Neil Gaiman.
Supernatural creator Eric Kripke, who was the frontrunner to develop the adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s acclaimed Vertigo comic, says a television series isn’t in the works, “at least for this season.”