Good news, Neil Gaiman fans: the author has agreed to do a live reading of the Cheesecake Factory menu in its entirety for charity. SEE ALSO: 'American Gods' is blessed with a Season 2 renewal after two episodes Nope, you didn't misread that. Show More Summary
Neil Gaiman, the bestselling author of “Sandman,” “Coraline” and “American Gods” will perform a dramatic reading of the entire Cheesecake Factory menu — but only if fans of his books (and/or sweet, sweet cheesecake) raise $500,000 for the United Nations Refugee Agency. The fundraising challenge...
If you ever wanted to hear writer Neil Gaiman say the words "pit beef sandwich," then here's your opportunity to help make it happen.
Neil Gaiman, who’s had a hell of a year with the hit TV adaptation of his 2001 novel, American Gods, is well-known to have a fantastic voice, which he’s leant to narrating many of his own audiobooks, as well as odds and ends like a Christmastime reading of “The Raven” last year. Show More Summary
The Cheesecake Factory’s menu is the In Search of Lost Time of the restaurant industry, in that it is far too long and probably includes a madeleine or two. Neil Gaiman is a very famous author (American Gods, Stardust, Coraline) with...Show More Summary
He’s agreed to do it if fans raise $500,000.
But only if fans can raise $500k for charity first At last, the proof America needs that Twitter isn’t just entirely awful: Thanks to the social media platform, British novelist Neil Gaiman has agreed to a live performance of the entire Cheesecake Factory menu. Show More Summary
The fourth episode of Starz’s Neil Gaiman adaptation American Gods is presented in a different aspect ratio than the first three: in layman’s terms, the picture is, from a horizontal perspective, slightly narrower than it has been. Yes, okay, that sounds like a purely academic distinction, one only of interest ... More »
Shirley Manson of Garbage, Blondie's Debbie Harry and Mark Lanegan all feature on the official soundtrack of American Gods, Bryan Fuller's ambitious, phantasmagoric television adaptation of Neil Gaiman's acclaimed novel... Continue reading…
Once upon a time, Neil Gaiman wrote a short piece, How to talk to Girls at Parties, which became a popular and frequently shared piece. It has gone on to be made into a film, starring Elle Fanning, Alex Sharp, Nicole Kidman, Ruth Wilson, and Matt Lucas and is screening this weekend at the Cannes Film Festival. […]
When adapting Neil Gaiman's award-winning novel American Gods for television, co-creators Bryan Fuller and Michael Green carefully and painstakingly recreated Gaiman's vision onscreen to give viewers the same experience they felt when reading the book. Show More Summary
John Cameron Mitchell’s New Film Has Nicole Kidman Playing a Punk Rock Alien The openly gay director of "Hedwig and the Angry Inch" has adapted a short story from "American Gods" creator Neil Gaiman, and it's out of this world Unicorn Booty - Unicorn Booty brings you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!
Neil Gaiman‘s comic book How to Talk to Girl at Parties is a fun read. It’s also a very short read. If adapted faithfully, it’d probably be a great short film. The director behind Rabbit Hole and Hedwig and the Angry Inch, John Cameron...Show More Summary
Talk to the girl. Save the world. Based on Neil Gaiman’s short story and directed by John Cameron Mitchell (Hedwig and the Angry Inch), A24’s How to Talk to Girls at Parties is set to world premiere at Cannes this coming Saturday, May 21st. It’s a comedy rather than a horror film, but the sci-fi […]
Fear not, punk sci-fi fans: John Cameron Mitchell’s upcoming How to Talk to Girls at Parties, based on Neil Gaiman’s award-winning short story, is shaping up to be an appropriately wild, raunchy adaptation. Three teasers released via...Show More Summary
In hardcover:Neil Gaiman’s Norse Mythology is down five positions, ending the week at number 14. For more info about this title: Canada, USA, Europe.In paperback:Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid’s Tale maintains its position at number 1 (trade paperback). For more info about this title: Canada, USA, Europe.
Hedwig and the Angry Inch's John Cameron Mitchell directs the Neil Gaiman adaptation The post Three Teasers Let You Know How to Talk to Girls at Parties appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
[This post includes plot points from season one of American Gods, which is currently unfolding on Starz.] If you’ve read Neil Gaiman’s American Gods or just watched the first three episodes of Bryan Fuller and Michael Green’s adaptation on Starz, you know that Laura Moon (Emily Browning) met with an especially unfortunate death. Show More Summary
“American Gods” is the new Starz series based on the Neil Gaiman novel of the same name. It’s scored by Brian Reitzell, who’s worked on Sofia Coppola’s Lost in Translation, Marie Antoinette, and The Bling Ring. Today, Milan Records has announced the “American Gods” soundtrack, which is out digitally June 16. Show More Summary
American Gods, Starz’ divine adaptation of the 2001 novel by Neil Gaiman, has been pushing boundaries since its first episode, which featured bodies being torn to shreds and a fertility goddess who consumes lovers with her vagina. But...Show More Summary