What does this loser from the 90's have to do with the attempt to hijack the Hugo Awards?
Hugo Award finalists have been announced, and they include 'Fury Road', Neil Gaiman, and 'Space Raptor Butt Invasion.' News by Peter Derk The list of Hugo Award Finalists has been announced, and why bury the lead? Chuck Tingle's Space...Show More Summary
The list of 2016 Hugo Award finalists is out and once again slate makers have tried to stuff the ballot box. But how much credit should they get for nominating already-celebrated work? Along with the Nebula Awards, the Hugo Awards are generally considered the preeminent awards in science fiction...
An adaptation of Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett‘s Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch has been struggling to get made before the book itself was even published. For over a decade, starting around 1990, director Terry Gilliam tried time and time again to bring Aziraphale and Crowley’s story to the big screen. Show More Summary
As shooting starts on Bryan Fuller’s adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s American Gods for Starz, new casting announcements have just been made and are a good sign of just how well this cast is […]
Nearly two years after development began on the Starz television series based on Neil Gaiman's contemporary fantasy novel American Gods, production has officially commenced on the ten episode first season. Bryan Fuller (Hannibal)...Show More Summary
Starz and FremantleMedia North America began production this week on the 10-episode first season of AMERICAN GODS, the adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s acclaimed contemporary fantasy novel. Shooting has commenced in Toronto, Canada and will continue in additional locations across America. Show More Summary
The Starz adaptation of Neil Gaiman's fantasy novel has also added Peter Stormare, Chris Obi and Mousa Kraish to its growing cast.
Starz has rounded out the cast of American Gods, its adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s acclaimed contemporary fantasy novel. Joining the 10-episode series are Cloris Leachman (Malcom in The Middle, Raising Hope), Peter Stormare (Fargo, Prison Break), Chris Obi (Snow White and the Huntsman, The Counselor) and Mousa Kraish (Superbad, Fast & Furious). Show More Summary
It’s taken an eon to finally descend from Olympus, but Starz and Bryan Fuller’s take on Neil Gaiman’s American Gods is finally going before cameras. Starz has announced the official start of production with new cast photos, while stars Cloris Leachman, Peter Stormare and more join the roster. Continue reading…
Lucifer (FOX, Mondays, 9/8C) has turned to be a surprisingly intriguing adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s comics character that mixes the Lucifer that we know from the comics with a police procedural. Even as I thoroughly enjoyed the series premiere, I didn’t know if this curious mix would work. Show More Summary
From the cold wood / mimsy borogrove, Neil Gaiman recites (!) Jabberwocky. Open thread below....
Neil Gaiman has a history of lengthy development to get projects off the ground, like Sandman or American Gods, but perhaps none so long as his first novel Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch. Now, after 26 years, Good Omens will finally get the TV treatment as well, thanks to the late Sir Terry Pratchett. Continue reading…
Though Neil Gaiman had previously said he would not adapt his debut novel, Good Omens, without his late co-author Terry Pratchett, a posthumously-found letter from the beloved writer, who died last year after battling Alzheimer's, urged Gaiman to go on with the project. Gaiman told a cheering crowd at an ... More »
According to The Guardian, Neil Gaiman has revealed that he’s going to be personally writing a TV adaptation of Good Omens, the apocalyptic comedy novel he wrote in 1990 with iconic fantasy author Terry Pratchett. Gaiman made this announcement...Show More Summary
Neil Gaiman will pen a six-part TV series based on the acclaimed 1990 fantasy novel he wrote with the late Terry Pratchett.
The story for this six-part miniseries will be sourced from the novel that Gaiman co-wrote with the late Terry Pratchett.
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. Show More Summary
Neil Gaiman’s latest project was recently announced along with two other brand new Pratchett-based adaptations. When it rains, it pours. Read more...
After several false starts, including one that involved Terry Gilliam and a groat, Neil Gaiman has announced that he will personally adapt he and Terry Pratchett's oustanding, comedic apocalypse novel Good Omens as a six-part TV series. (more…)