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Joseph Gordon-Levitt's Sandman Finds A Screenwriter
Based on the Neil Gaiman comics that began in 1989, Sandman follows the story of Morpheus, the personification of dreams, who finds himself imprisoned by an occult ritual for 70 years. After managing to escape, he both takes vengeance against the people who kept him in chains and works to rebuild the empire that has crumbled in his absence.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt Wants The Sandman Movie To Be Spectacular For All The Right Reasons
Gordon-Levitt turned quite a few heads couple of months ago when he was rumored to be directing and starring in a big screen adaptation of the classic comic series The Sandman, made most famous during Neil Gaimanís masterful run with the character.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt In Talks To Star In Adaptation Of Neil Gaiman's Sandman, May Also Direct
Based on the comic book series that Gaiman first started writing back in 1989, Sandman follows the story of Morpheus, the personification of dreams. Due to an occult ritual he is held prisoner for 70 years, but after escaping and getting vengeance against those who kidnapped him he sets his sights on rebuilding his fallen kingdom.
Man Of Steel Writer Wants To Adapt Neil Gaiman's Sandman
Goyer has pitched an adaptation of Neil Gaiman's signature comic Sandman to Warner Bros, but warns this could-be project is in the very earliest of stages. Essentially now it's just talk. But, their source says that Geoff Johns notable comic book writer is lending his weight to Goyer's proposition.
See And Buy Concept Art For That Sandman Movie That Never Happened
Created by comic book artist Jill Thompson, these striking watercolors unveil the winding tale of Morpheus, the Lord of Dreams, whose adventures fold in familiar figures from ancient mythology, fairy tales and DC comics. See who you can spot.
Matthew Vaughn Wants To Make Neil Gaiman's Sandman
Of course, Sandman is insanely complex and difficult, which likely explains its absence from the movies thus far. And Vaughn only brought up Sandman because the interviewer mentioned it