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New Neil Gaiman novel already tapped for film adaptation

I'm just going to put this out there: Neil Gaiman is one of my favorite living authors. From his mature work on Sandman and American Gods to the more kid-friendly stuff like Coraline and The Day I Swapped My Dad for Two Goldfish, ...

 
 
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Concept art from dead Sandman film adaptation appears

Back in March, Hubert covered a plethora of films forever stuck in development hell during his week of Tales from Development Hell coverage. One film adaptation that was covered was for Neil Gaiman's remarkable Sandman. For those unfam...

 
 
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Henry Selick to adapt Neil Gaiman's Graveyard Book

I'm not as big a fan of The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman as I am of his other works. It's entertaining enough, don't get me wrong, but it's just a bit flat, given the potential for cool storytelling out of a main character that's a lo...

 
 
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From Hell: Sandman the Movie

[This week we'll be looking at a few movies mentioned in Tales from Development Hell by David Hughes (Titan Books). The recently released book chronicles the arduous and at times absurd development process that films go through, often leadi...

 
 
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Flixist Podcast, Ep 17: Uncharted Eyes

Only half of the happy couple was able to join us on this episode of Get Your Flix. There was quite a lot of rambling on interesting subjects but not exactly what we planned. And if you are wondering about our header image, it is expla...

 
 
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Neil Gaiman's American Gods to become an HBO series

It seems like Tom Hanks' production company, Playtone, is keeping busy these days. Following the news of Playtone producing the American Idiot film adaptation, they're shifting their attention to the literary field. Earlier, I posted the Fl...

 
 
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FLIXCLUSIVE: Gaiman says good chance for Neverwhere

On April 13th, 2011, Neil Gaiman graced the University of Chicago with his presence for my great city's public library initiative, One Book One Chicago. The basic premise for 1B1C, as it's colloquially known as, is to inspire the city to r...

 
 




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The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected)"Damaged people, decent people, dysfunctional families"

 

NYFF Lady Bird"Fly, birdy, fly"

 

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My Little Pony: The Movie"Straight to the glue factory"

 

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Jeepers Creepers 3"Where does he get those wonderful toys?"

 

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NYFF Thelma"Everything you need and more"

 

American Made"Sex, drugs, and Tom Cruise"

 

NYFF Last Flag Flying"Richard Linklater standing at attention, but not at ease or at rest"

 

Preacher (Season 2)"Adapting the unadaptable"

 

Mother!"Mother of god this is pretentious"

 

American Assassin"American Ass"

 

It"Stephen King's scariest adaptation to date"

 

Good Time"Robert Pattinson: Vampire, no more"

 

Logan Lucky"No relation to Wolverine"

 

The Defenders (Season 1)"Masters of karate and friendship "

 

The Hitman's Bodyguard"I won't always love you"