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[VIDEO] Interview: Colleen Doran on Combining Children’s Book Art and Horror in Neil Gaiman’s Troll Bridge

We had a chance to talk to artist Colleen Doran at Dark Horse's NYCC booth this year about her illustrations for Troll Bridge, the comic book adaptation of an eerie Neil Gaiman story.

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Bow Down For The First American Gods Trailer

Also: Kristin Chenoweth is joining the cast!

Bryan Fuller's adaptation of the Neil Gaiman novel American Gods for Starz has been in the works for a while now, but our excitement just rocketed to new heights after the show held its first official panel at this year's Comic-Con.

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American Gods Rounds Out its Stellar Cast with Orlando Jones as Mr. Nancy, Demore Barnes as Mr. Ibis

The TV adaptation of Neil Gaiman's novel American Gods just tapped two more talents to round out the cast: Orlando Jones has signed on to play the role of Mr. Nancy, and Demore Barnes will play Mr. Ibis.

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Neil Gaiman to Adapt Good Omens as a Miniseries With Terry Pratchett’s Posthumous Blessing

It may have seemed that, with the sad passing of author Terry Pratchett, that we would never get to see any sort of a live-action Good Omens project. After all, every decision made about anything Good Omens-related was always made by both of its writers, Pratchett and Neil Gaiman. Well, it seems that Pratchett has managed to convey his wishes about the future of the novel from beyond the veil.

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Emily Browning Joins the Cast of Starz’s American Gods

Starz has finally cast Shadow Moon's wife Laura in Bryan Fuller's television adaptation of Neil Gaiman's American Gods!

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Joseph Gordon-Levitt Leaves Sandman Project Over Creative Differences

The actor announced the news on his Facebook page yesterday.

The film adaptation of Neil Gaiman's The Sandman, which has been in the making for at least two years already, is now down a director and star in Joseph Gordon-Levitt--who announced via his Facebook page that he would be departing from the project.

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Starz’s American Gods Casts Its Mr. Wednesday

We already knew that The 100's Ricky Whittle was cast in the lead role of Shadow Moon in the upcoming Starz series American Gods, based on the novel by Neil Gaiman. Today, Starz announced casting for the other lead role in the series - that of Shadow's traveling partner, Mr. Wednesday.

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Neil Gaiman’s American Gods TV Adaptation Just Cast Its Lead Actor

The Bryan Fuller-directed American Gods series coming to Starz has found its lead actor: Ricky Whittle, one of the stars of CW's The 100.

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This Season, Listen to A Christmas Carol as Read in Neil Gaiman’s Dulcet Tones

Obviously, we love Neil Gaiman for his awesome stories - the worlds he builds and the characters he creates. But equally awesome about Gaiman is the way he reads those stories.

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Bryan Fuller Talks American Dogs—Er, Gods; Wants to “Get Back in Bed” With the Hannibal Cast


During an interview with Uproxx, Hannibal showrunner Bryan Fuller talked about saying goodbye to the series after its untimely cancellation earlier this year.

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Bryan Fuller Says American Gods Series Will Be Like the Marvel Universe…But With Gods

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.

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Neil Gaiman’s Likely Stories Are Coming to Television

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.

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Johnny Depp May Star in Edgar Wright Adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s Fortunately, the Milk

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!

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Watch Patrick Stewart, Cate Blanchett, And More In U.N. Video “Refugee Or Migrant? #WordsMatter”

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.

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Lucifer and Minority Report TV Adaptation Pilots “Leak” Online

*Biggest skeptical glare.*

In grand Internet tradition, you can now watch the pilots of LuciferMinority Report, and Blindspot ahead of their TV premieres this fall. We're sure the networks are soooo upset about it, too.

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A Very Cranky Dr. Strange Round-Up: Tilda Swinton’s In; Rachel McAdams Rumored


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.

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Things We Saw Today: Southern Bastards #10 Variant Cover Destroys the Confederate Flag

"Death to the Flag, Long Live the South."

The cover also reads, "Death to the Flag, Long Live the South."

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Neil Gaiman’s American Gods Gets Full Series Order at Starz

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!

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Introducing Doctor Who‘s Newest Female Writer, Sarah Dollard!

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!

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Neil Gaiman Responds to One Million Moms’ “Cancel Lucifer” Petition

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.

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