During an interview with Uproxx, Hannibal showrunner Bryan Fuller talked about saying goodbye to the series after its untimely cancellation earlier this year.Read More
No offense, Tony.
In an interview earlier this week with Crave, American Gods producer Bryan Fuller explained that the highly-anticipated Starz series will aim for the kind of intricacy seen within the MCU.Read More
Gaiman's words are going to be front-and-center in an adaptation of his short stories entitled Likely Stories. The minds behind this adaptation have said that it will be a four-part series, and will star an ensemble cast across each of the four episodes.Read More
Sure, Neil Gaiman has written quality fantasy fiction (Anansi Boys) and comics (Sandman), but he's at his very best when writing for a young audience. Gaiman is at the height of his powers when writing for children, as evidenced in Coraline, The Graveyard Book, and more recently, Fortunately, the Milk. Now, director Edgar Wright and Johnny Depp are in talks to help bring the sillyfunnyweird adventure to the big screen!Read More
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), uploaded a video titled "Refugee or Migrant? #WordsMatter Say Our High Profile Supporters" to explain the difference between these two terms and their implications.Read More
*Biggest skeptical glare.*
In grand Internet tradition, you can now watch the pilots of Lucifer, Minority Report, and Blindspot ahead of their TV premieres this fall. We're sure the networks are soooo upset about it, too.Read More
I have a bad case of Cumberbatch Fatigue. It's due in part to his inexplicable omnipresence in all my favorite genre fiction, but mostly to his unimpressive turn as a white-washed Khan in Star Trek: Into Darkness. I'm not here to squeal with fannish excitement about his upcoming starring role in Dr. Strange. I'm here to grumpy-cat my way through the news about his equally clueless cast-mates.Read More
"Death to the Flag, Long Live the South."
The cover also reads, "Death to the Flag, Long Live the South."Read More
Now... who should be cast to play Shadow...?
The search for a Shadow is on! After a long wait that involved bouncing around at HBO, the television adaptation of Neil Gaiman's award-winning novel, American Gods, has just received a straight-to-series order from Starz!Read More
Doctor Who has TWO WHOLE WOMEN writing for them this season!
Well, it only took several statements from showrunner Steven Moffat saying that women don't want the job, or talking about his "folder of women," Neil Gaiman calling the show out, and the long-overdue hiring of Catherine Tregenna to start a veritable trend of hiring women to write on Doctor Who! This time, it's Sarah Dollard! Check out her understandable giddiness in writing for the franchise in the video interview above!Read More
One Million Moms is at it again, petitioning Fox to drop their plans to produce Lucifer, a show based on the character from Neil Gaiman's Sandman.Read More
"We have to be moving forward with a representation that is accurate to the world."
Neil Gaiman's novel, American Gods, is chock full of gods from all over the world representing myriad cultures. Given Hollywood's history of whitewashing, it's understandable that some fans of the book are concerned that the upcoming Bryan Fuller television adaptation for Starz might suffer the same fate, but worry not. It seems that, for Fuller, diverse casting is a huge priority.Read More
"I am not finished. There is yet more of me."
Those of us who are fans of Neil Gaiman's work—and I know there are a lot of us 'round here—know how awesome his short story collection, Fragile Things, is. One story in particular, How to Talk to Girls at Parties, resonated with me the most. Well, that story is being adapted into a film—a "musically charged" one, no less—directed by John Cameron Mitchell, and starring Elle Fanning. What's more, it was just announced that Nicole Kidman will be joining the cast.Read More
Artist Justine (@laurapetries on Twitter) drew this adorable interpretation of Hayley Atwell and Ming-Na Wen at C2E2, and The Cavalry herself took notice. We did, too.Read More
Since the sad passing of Terry Pratchett, we've all been looking for ways to revisit his work and remember the awesomeness of the worlds he created. Well, BBC Radio 4 is making that mission a lot easier with their radio adaptation of Good Omens, starring Peter Serafinowicz (Shaun of the Dead, Spaced) and Mark Heap (Spaced).Read More
Are you kidding me, Gaiman? You gave her THAT book?
The amazing thing about Neil Gaiman is that his work transcends generations. Between his novels for adults and his children's books, there is something Gaiman for people of all ages. So, what better person to be an advocate for a new generation of young readers being introduced to the wonderful world of books through the new, digital Reading Rainbow?Read More
Adam Young Palmer-Gaiman has a nice ring to it...
The Mary Sue wants to extend HUGE congratulations to Amanda Palmer and Neil Gaiman on the impending arrival of their new baby!Read More
*immediately goes to google someone*
If you've never heard author Neil Gaiman speak, I highly recommend doing so should you get the chance. He's a wonderful orator, but as it turns out, that pleasantness translates to his singing voice as well (even if he doesn't think so). Gaiman and Amanda Palmer performed a special one-night show in Florida on Valentine's Day during which they performed his "I Google You," a different kind of sorrowful love song for the digital age.Read More
Yup, another DC Comics property is getting the pilot treatment.Read More
Writers, It’s OK to Have Doubts: Neil Gaiman Discusses His Doctor Who Episodes & Season 9 Possibilities
Yes, even the supremely talented Neil Gaiman thinks he could have done better. There's hope for us all!Read More