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.
Much like The Walking Dead, the adaptation of Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon’s comic will make some departures from the source material.
The Veronica Mars creator emphasizes that his take on the Vertigo series is a supernatural police procedural that borrows the comic’s core concept.
The actor turned director admits he would like to have reprised his film role as DC Comics’ occult detective, saying, “”I liked playing that character and there seemed to be a way to continue that.”
Two and a half years after signing on to Preacher, DJ Caruso says he’s still attached to direct at adaptation of the acclaimed Vertigo comics series by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon.
Fables, the acclaimed Vertigo fantasy series created by Bill Willingham, is being developed once again for the big screen, this time by Harry Potter producer David Heyman.
Less than six months after New Line Cinema revived the long-stalled Y: The Last Man, the studio is reportedly making the long-stalled adaptation of the acclaimed Vertigo comic by Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra a priority.
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.