Exactly 171 years ago, Charles Dickens sat down and wrote "A Christmas Carol." Dickens liked to write stories for Christmas, but "A Christmas Carol," with stingy boss Ebenezer Scrooge, clerk Bob Cratchit, Bob's sweet son Tiny Tim, and the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future, has been...
The six episode radio adaptation of Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman’s Good Omens is now live on BBC Radio 4. Peter Serafinowicz and Mark Heap star in the dramatization. Dirk Maggs created the adaptation and sound design. Heather Larmour...Show More Summary
Even if you're not in the UK, you can listen to the Good Omens radio play online. BBC Radio 4 has the first two episodes of the adaptation of Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett's apocalyptic comedy are available for streaming, and will be for the next four weeks Read more...
Athena, Neil Gaiman and I talk about a duck, Other Fathers, and buttons. Enjoy.
Benedict Cumberbatch was also a top contender. Read more...
I've posted the first chapter (MP3) of Wil Wheaton's reading of my book Information Doesn't Want to Be Free (which sports introductions by Neil Gaiman and Amanda Palmer!), which is available as a $15 DRM-free audiobook, sweetened by samples from Amanda Palmer and Dresden Dolls' "Coin-Operated Boy." Read the rest
Neil Gaiman, destroyer of dreams, wants to set the record straight for any fans out there who thought his praise of Hiddleston's cheekbones meant the British actor was definitively cast to play Morpheus in the film adaptation of The Sandman.
You can now get your hands on Neil Gaiman's The Ocean at the End of the Lane for only 2.75$ here!Here's the blurb:A major new work from "a writer to make readers rejoice" (Minneapolis Star Tribune)— a moving story of memory, magic, and survival.Sussex, England. Show More Summary
Sat 31 Jan 2015 In collaboration with the musicians of FourPlay, comic writer and novelist Neil Gaiman will read excerpts from his diverse literary collection including...
When Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett published their delightfully comic end-times spoof Good Omens in 1990, the slick character Famine read like another in a long line of excellent rim-shots. Famine was in the lucrative business of selling foodstuffs with nutritional value roughly equivalent to that of a Sony Walkman. Show More Summary
Last year, author Neil Gaiman celebrated the holiday season by reading A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens to an audience at The New York Public Library. Follow this link to listen to the reading. (via Open Culture) New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media.
The writer is bullish on the upcoming film adaptation.
An adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s “Sandman” series of graphic novels is still in the works with David S. Goyer and Joseph Gordon-Levitt. THR caught wind of an interview on the Radio Times where Gaiman fantasizes who could don the role of Morpheus. “It’s a funny thing with Morpheus. Again, it’s that thing where you look […]
"Anybody who sounds English with great cheekbones can probably pull it off" The post Neil Gaiman Thinks Hiddleston or Cumberbatch Could Play Sandman appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Neil Gaimans‘s The Sandman is still in the early stages of development, however, that isn’t stopping David S. Goyer (shudder), Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Gaiman from going full steam ahead with casting ideas in regards to the possible actors who could potentially play the lead role of the titular character – otherwise known as Morpheus. Recently, word on the […]
Earlier this month we got a small update on the long-awaited adaptation of Neil Gaiman's THE SANDMAN where we learned the film is still moving forward with SIN CITY actor and DON JON director Joseph Gordon-Levitt at the helm. And...Show More Summary
Neil Gaiman's Sandman was first published by Vertigo back in 1989 and apparently he's spent the years since imagining who would be the right actor to play his lead character, Morpheus, in a film adaptation. Some names have come and gone,...Show More Summary
'Sandman' author Neil Gaiman admits Benedict Cumberbatch would have been perfect to play Morpheus, but now he's eyeing Tom Hiddleston. [...]
"The truth is, as far as I'm concerned, anybody who sounds English with great cheekbones can probably pull it off."