His adaptation of Neil Gaiman, among the most anticipated series coming soon to Netflix the Sandman Graphic novels are probably at the top of the list. As part of the streamer’s Geeked Week, they’ve released the first-ever behind-the-scenes production, which is sure to be a visually stunning delve into the rich and strange fantasy world of the author’s creation. recently seen lucky Cue, which he co-wrote with the late and sadly remembered Terry Pratchett, made into a spectacular mini-series, Gaiman is beautiful once again with this adaptation, so we have another surefire hit when it comes next year. can hope.
The official synopsis for the series reads, “A rich blend of modern myth and dark fantasy in which contemporary fiction, historical drama and legend are seamlessly intertwined, the Sandman Morpheus follows the people and places influenced by the Dream King, as he corrects the cosmic and human mistakes he made during his vast existence.”
While the video had some responses from fans who couldn’t wait for the fantasy series to arrive, it appears the thread was hijacked by a small number of Netflix subscribers angry at the streamer’s cancellation of one of the other shows. I went, Society. With repeated posts about that show, it seemed like a well-planned attack. sandman Announced in the hope that it will gain some momentum. Looks like Netflix’s recent axe, with a number of shows like Jupiter’s Legacy Due to its cancellation after one season, some people have been more dissatisfied than they expected.
the Sandman The series has been eagerly awaited since it was announced last year, so even the tiniest of insights into filming are going to jump in by fans. Gaiman spoke to ComicBook.com last year about updating his comic book series for the modern TV audience. “Doing the Netflix TV series, we’re looking forward to a lot of it being like, ‘Okay, it’s 2020, let’s say I was doing Sandman from 2020, what would we do? How would we turn things around? Which gender would this character be? Will it be? Who will this person be? What will be happening?'”
“For Netflix right now, people have tried to make some movies and TV adaptations for 30 years, and actively tried to make them for 25 years, and they’ve never worked,” Neil Gaiman said. “And they never worked because of all the special effects and what would be required to do the special effects. They never worked because you were making something that was an adult. People would write sandman Movie scripts, and they go, ‘But this is an R-rated movie, and we can’t have $100 million R-rated movies.’ So, it won’t happen. You need to move into a world in which storytelling in the long run is an advantage rather than a disadvantage. And the fact that we have seventy-five issues of Sandman Plus — essentially, 13 complete books — worth of material, is actually a good thing. This is not a shortcoming. It’s on our side. And the fact that we are in a world in which we can take things that only existed in comic book art, and which may now exist in reality.”
With some of the recent casting choices getting mixed reactions, there’s a long way to go before we see a good amount of footage to make any sort of real decision. the Sandman Netflix will win. As a fan of comic books, I for one am looking forward to what they can do with the assets.
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