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Fans are already excited for the arrival of the TV adaptation of Neil Gaiman's ciritically-acclaimed novel, "American Gods," on Starz. What has been thought to be an "unfilmable story," was given a straight-to-series order by the cabler with its premiere date yet to be announced.
There have been several attempts to adapt Neil Gaiman‘s The Sandman over the years, sometimes as a TV series and sometimes as a film. In some ways, the former seems the easier way to go. The original Sandman series consisted of 75 issues,...Show More Summary
The adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s comic book series “Sandman” is a long time coming. Since Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s involvement with the property a couple years back, it’s been a slow crawl to the finish line. Of course, as we mentionedShow More Summary
The infamous author will undoubtedly skyrocket the Starz adaptation to fame! News by Raine Winters As Gaiman fans out there probably know already, a television adaptation of American Gods has been announced, due to air on the Starz channel. Show More Summary
Author Neil Gaiman, whose first contribution to "Doctor Who" won a Hugo Award, will write episodes of the Starz fantasy, "down the line."
Earlier this year, Starz gave the green light for a TV adaptation based on American Gods. Neil Gaiman, the author behind the book, will not only serve as an executive producer, but also a screenwriter. Variety.com reports that fellow executive producer Bryan Fuller confirmed that Gaiman will write several episodes. Show More Summary
Producer Joseph Gordon-Levitt reveals that the 'Sandman' adaptation will stay true to Neil Gaiman's comics, but the plot will be altered.
American Gods is officially moving forward over at Starz, and while the series hasn?t signed on any big names to act, yet, the drama did add a huge name over the weekend. Reports indicate that Neil Gaiman, will actually be involved with the Starz program.Click To Continue Reading
Filmmakers have talked for years about the idea of adapting Neil Gaiman's Sandman, but when you look at the source material it becomes very clear why that's such a challenging task. On beyond the stylistic challenges that come with trying...Show More Summary
With one of the largest and most devoted fan bases of any modern fantasy author, film adaptations of Neil Gaiman’s works tend to be tentatively received by lovers of the books. American Gods, one of Neil’s most acclaimed novels, hasShow More Summary
American Gods is on its way to becoming a television show on Starz, and now, Bryan Fuller has revealed that the book’s author, Neil Gaiman, will pen some of the show’s episodes. Read more...
Starz’s American Gods adaptation has proven equal parts exciting for finally escaping development hell, and troubling by Bryan Fuller’s diminished focus on Hannibal. The balance may have shifted back to excitement however, as Fuller reveals that American Gods author Neil Gaiman himself will pen a few episodes. Continue reading…
AMERICAN GODS Author Neil Gaiman To Script Bryan Fuller’s Starz TV Version!! Read the full article on AICN I am – Hercules!! Shades of George R.R. Martin and Robert Kirkman! Speaking on the red carpet at the Saturn Awards, Bryan Fuller...Show More Summary
Bryan Fuller recently took some time out from his busy schedule—filled as it is with mercilessly taunting Hannibal fans about all the wonderfully gruesome things they’ll never get to see—to drop some hints about the other cult genre show he’s currently got in the works: Starz’s adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s novel American Gods. Show More Summary
Neil Gaiman has confirmed that he will write episodes for the upcoming Starz series 'American Gods', based on his novel.
Fans of Neil Gaiman’s Hugo and Nebula Award-winning fantasy novel American Gods were no doubt already delighted that it’s finally being turned into a television series, set to air on Starz. But they might be even happier by the news that the author himself will be writing a few episodes. Show More Summary
Ellen DeGeneres is apparently interested in adapting Naomi Novik's Uprooted as a film. But, we all know there's a long road from "interest" to "released." Just ask Neil Gaiman. Read the rest
What is the secret to a story with longevity? Author Neil Gaiman spoke about this subject during a seminar for The Long Now Foundation. Gaiman argues that stories are alive. He feels that like all living beings, stories evolve over time;...Show More Summary
The prolific British writer offers a glimpse of himself - sort of - as a Sussex boy in his latest novel, 'The Ocean at the End of the Lane.'