EXCLUSIVE: Longtime CAA agent Jon Levin, whose clients have included Arnold Schwarzenegger, Andy Serkis, Neil Gaiman and Mimi Leder, to name a few, has left the agency and will become a manager at Beverly Hills-based company ROAR. The...Show More Summary
When you first get into American Gods and begin to wrap your head around its central premise -- that gods are real people who feed on human belief -- there's one god in particular who's conspicuously missing from Neil Gaiman's original book and most of the first season of Starz's television adaptation. Jesus Christ. More »
Given the number of dumb things people do on the internet, often for free, it’s always nice to see the power of LOL-random be harnessed for good. Case in point: a movement that’s raised more than $100,000 for the United Nations’ refugee relief agency, based on people wanting to hear Neil Gaiman read about cheesecakes. Show More Summary
It started with a joking tweet from a Los Angeles comedian to author Neil Gaiman about the Cheesecake Factory, and it ended with more than $100,000 being raised — thanks to a last-minute $10,000 gift made in the name of two “Mystery Science Theater 3000” characters — for the United Nations Refugee...
Toronto-based Tendril’s CG team pulled out all the stops in the animated opening for episode five of Starz “American Gods” series (based on the novel by Neil Gaiman).
Before American Gods premiered, fans of Neil Gaiman's novel wondered how much of the series would follow the source material and how much would deviate from the words on the page. After all, co-showrunner Bryan Fuller's former series,...Show More Summary
The development history of the TV adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s American Gods was almost as mythic as the story within; HBO took first crack at a proper homage about 10 years before Starz brought it back from the dead. Despite the long wait, the results have been overwhelmingly positive, and a second season is already in the works. Show More Summary
A pivotal destination from Neil Gaiman's novel is still on its way, albeit later than most fans would like. read more
Courtesy of Starz Well, here it is: the eighth episode. The season finale of Neil Gaiman’s novel turned television series. So, without further ado, here’s what happened on the American Gods season finale. As Shadow and Wednesday sit back in silk robes, waiting for the completion of Mr. Show More Summary
"First and foremost, it was a wonderful platform to talk about faith and belief and where we put our energies in this country," said American Gods executive producer Bryan Fuller of what attracted him to bringing Neil Gaiman's acclaimed novel to the small screen. Show More Summary
The 11 Holy Hell Moments From 'Americ... Smell that? It's a fresh episode recap. Submitted by: Mike Glazer Regular Keywords: american god gods neil gaimen gaiman sara benincasa charity cheesecake factory david bowie gillian andersonShow More Summary
American Gods star Ricky Whittle discusses his take on Shadow, the work of "rock star" Neil Gaiman, the series' early renewal by Starz and much more. The post American Gods’ Ricky Whittle Talks ‘Rock Star’ Gaiman, Adapting Shadow appeared first on CBR.
Comedian Sara Benincasa has challenged renowned author and comics scribe Nail Gaiman to trade American Gods for American carbs. The post Neil Gaiman May Publicly Read Cheesecake Factory Menu — For Charity appeared first on CBR.
John Cameron Mitchell’s tackling of this Neil Gaiman Story falters yet occasionally fascinates. Read more...
The campaign to raise $500K for the UN High Commission on Refugees started with author/comedian Sara Benincasa daring Neil Gaiman to do a dramatic reading of the Cheesecake Factory menu; Gaiman responded that if she raised the half-mil,...Show More Summary
Neil Gaiman has just agreed to do a dramatic reading of the Cheesecake Factory menu, which is nearly the size of a Bible. But there's a catch – the Coraline author will only do the reading if $500,000 has been raised for a charity of...Show More Summary
From Shakespeare to the Cheesecake Factory menu, great art is meant to be heard aloud. [ more › ]
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.