Sandman TV show wraps filming, Neil Gaiman offers post-production update

Seminal writer Neil Gaiman has confirmed that the filming of the first season of Netflix The sand man ended and the project is now in post-production. Trying to turn the epic live-action has been a dramatic journey in itself, with development of a potential adaptation in the works for 25 years, so news that filming is now complete should be extremely exciting for fans.

“Hmm. Well, we’ve finished the main photography for Season 1, and now we all have to be patient while the visuals and things are done, the music is written and recorded, etc. No, I don’t know of any releases. dates, or even when the trailer will be released. “

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While Neil gaiman is unable to offer any updates regarding when we might see the first images (knowing what The sand man implies, post-production is likely to take a while), the writer and creator has at least been able to provide some feedback on what he’s seen of the series so far.

“It sounds like Sandman. I don’t know if that means people who watch TV will like it – although I hope they will – but I suspect if you like Sandman and want to see him at screen, then you ‘I’d like that. (I also think Tom Sturridge will be a star after the first season of Sandman.) “

by netflix The sand man The series will be based on Neil Gaiman’s critically acclaimed comic book series. The sand man originally, 75 issues from 1989 to 1996, and follows the main character Dream, also known as Morpheus (among other names), a conceptual entity struggling with his place in the universe. He is one of the endless seven, the endless other being fate, death, desire, despair, delirium, formerly delight and destruction. The Sandman is a story about the power of stories and how they can evolve, and how Morpheus, the Lord of Dreams, is captured and subsequently learns that change is often inevitable.

The sand man amassed a stellar cast led by Far from the raging crowd star Tom Sturridge as Dream, the lord of dreams. Gwendoline Christie (The iron Throne) like Lucifer, Vivienne Acheampong (The witches) as Lucienne, Chief Librarian and Trusted Guardian of the Kingdom of Dream, Charles Dance (Gosford Park, Game of Thrones) like Roderick Burgess, Charlatan, blackmailer and magician, Boyd Holbrook (Logan) like the Corinthian, a nightmare that escapes from the Dream, David Thewlis (Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban) as John Dee AKA Doctor Destiny, Patton Oswalt (MODOK) like the voice of Matthew, the raven emissary of Dream, and finally Asim Chaudhry (People do nothing) like Abel and Sanjeev Bhaskar (Yesterday) as Cain, the first victim and the first predator, residents and faithful subjects of the Dream Kingdom.

Neil Gaiman is on board as executive producer and co-writer of the adaptation, with the Netflix series being produced by Warner Bros. Television. David S. Goyer will also be executive producer, with Wonder woman writer Allan Heinberg writing the series alongside Gaiman. The first season of The sand man does not yet have a release date, but will consist of 11 episodes and cover the first graphic novel of Sand merchants aga, “Préludes & Nocturnes”. It comes to us thanks to Neil gaiman.

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