Neil Gaiman is the terrific award-winning British author of short fiction, comic books, graphic novels, audio theater, films and novels for various ages, including Stardust, Americans Gods and Coraline, and the The Graveyard Book. Who would think that this man would be a good choice for U.S. education secretary? Paul Thomas, an associate professor of education […]
"You're always you, and that don't change, and you're always changing, and there's nothing you can do about it." –Neil Gaiman, The Graveyard Book College football is changing before your eyes, and you don't need to be an expert or aShow More Summary
Gaiman, the author behind The Sandman comic book series, Coraline and The Graveyard Book, is teaming with game studio The Odd Gentleman and publisher Moonshark to launch his first-ever video game later this year.
English author and nerd royalty Neil Gaiman’s Hugo Award Winning children’s fantasy novel The Graveyard Book (http://www.amazon.com/Graveyard-Book-Neil-Gaiman/dp/0060530944) may finally be making its way to the big screen - and courtesy...Show More Summary
Neil Gaiman’s 2009 Newbery medal winner, The Graveyard Book, was originally supposed to be adapted into an animated film. Now, however, it looks like Ron Howard might take the project’s reins and shoot it in live action. Related posts: Another...Show More Summary
It sounds like Ron Howard is having a busy week. Not only is the filmmaker bringing Neil Gaiman's The Graveyard Book back to life and working with Bad Robot on remaking the Israeli film All I've Got, but now Vulture has word of yet another new project for the director. Show More Summary
Maybe it’s thematically appropriate that attempted adaptations of Neil Gaiman’s The Graveyard Book keep dying on the vine. The 2008 children’s fantasy is preoccupied with death and the macabre; it’s a sweetly morbid take on The Jungle...Show More Summary
Neil Gaiman's 'The Graveyard Book' is becoming a live-action movie, with Ron Howard in talks to direct. It was previously shaping up as a stop-motion project, with Henry Selick (Coraline) directing.
Neil Gaiman's Carnegie and Newberry-winning The Graveyard Book was originally set for an animated film from Henry Selick, who adapted the author's Coraline as well as The Nightmare Before Christmas. Post-Selick, Ron Howard is considering directing the tale as a live-action project. Howard would also oversee a rewrite of the ... More »
Neil Gaiman’s The Graveyard Book has been in development since 2008. Ron Howard is currently in talks to direct, and if he agrees, the novel might finally get the big screen adaptation it deserves. Howard is looking to direct The … Continue reading ?
The great and masterful weaver of tales, Neil Gaiman, has had more than a few of his amazing stories turned into movies over the years. And though the likelihood of a Sandman flick is still just a fanboy dream, there is one more book that Hollywood would like to see on the big screen, his [...]
This adaptation of Neil Gaiman's award-winning novel will now be reconfigured as a live-action project for Walt Disney Pictures. [...]
As of last spring, The Nightmare Before Christmas director Henry Selick was supposed to be at the helm of a stop-motion animated adaptation of Neil Gaiman's acclaimed The Graveyard Book. However, last summer, in addition to dropping an unknown stop-motion project, Disney also decided to put the adaptation of Gaiman's book on hold as well. Show More Summary
The infamous Ron Howard (COCOON) will direct the film adaptation of Neil Gaiman's THE GRAVEYARD BOOK, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The movie has been in limbo since it was announced back in 2008 but now the project is movingShow More Summary
Disney had originally conceived a feature adaptation of Neil Gaiman's Graveyard Book as a stop-motion animation directed by Henry Selick (Nightmare Before Christmas.) The project, which was looking to an October release, fell apart and it looked like the project was DOA. Show More Summary
Ron Howard may be stepping in to resurrect Disney’s planned feature adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s The Graveyard Book. The adaptation was originally going to be directed by Henry Selick. Selick previously directed Coraline, another Neil Gaiman feature adaptation. It was even supposed to be released this year in October. The stop-motion project was put to rest [...]Show More Summary
It's been a long time since we've heard any news about Disney's movie adaptation of Neil Gaiman's The Graveyard Book. We feared this picture had died after Henry Selick of Coraline passed up an opportunity to turn this YA novel into a stop motion feature — the studio and the director parted ways back in 2012. But Disney isn't done with Gaiman's book just yet. More »
Planned for the big screen as far back as its 2008 release, Neil Gaiman's Newberry Medal winner The Graveyard Book looks to have found a new director in Ron Howard, says a story at The Hollywood Reporter. Inspired by Rudyard Kipling's...Show More Summary
Back in April we reported that Disney had picked up the rights to Neil Gaiman’s The Graveyard Book and that director Neil Jordan (The Crying Game) had dropped off the project. Coraline director Henry Selick was attach to helm for a while before he abdicated the throne as well. Now there are reports that the [...]
Ahoy, squirts! Quint here with some interesting if not super promising news on the big screen adaptation of Neil Gaiman's The Graveyard Book. You may remember that the great Henry Selick was developing the adaptation last year, to be a big stop motion production, but the project died when Selick and Disney parted companies. Show More Summary