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Found 6 results

  1. Good Omens

    Amazon has inked a deal with Neil Gaiman to be the provider of a 6 part miniseries Gaiman will write and showrun himself of what is perhaps one of my most favorite novels, the collaborative effort between him and Terry Pratchett, a very funny apocalyptic novel called Good Omens. So excited to finally see this on the screen.
  2. Fortunately, The Milk

    Edgar Wright is directing Bret McKenzie's (Flight of the Conchords) adaptation of a Neil Gaiman children's book (and we all know his children's books are his best work). Johnny Depp is in talks to star.
  3. How to Talk to Girls at Parties

    THR: The original story is on Gaiman's website. Mitchell has also directed Hedwig and the Angry Inch (he starred in that, as well) and Rabbit Hole.
  4. Link to Neil Gaiman thread. I just read about this, though apparently it was announced back in August, but Neil Gaiman is releasing a new adult novel called The Ocean at the End of the Lane coming out June 2013 Upcoming4.me has an article posted about it, from today where it reveals the release date, synopsis and format. Sounds very interesting. I've been a huge Gaiman fan since I read American Gods a few years ago. And I consider him a huge influence on my own writing. Looking forward to this one.
  5. Wayward Manor

    Neil Gaiman is working on a video game, Wayward Manor.
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