Neil Gaiman is leading a new Sandman Universe of comic books to coincide with the 30th Anniversary of his legendary Vertigo series.
After the critical success of American Gods, the showrunners behind the TV series should make adapting Neil Gaiman's The Sandman their next project.
Neil Gaiman would prefer The Sandman to be adapted to a television series while American Gods showrunner Bryan Fuller would love to make it.
Screenwriter Eric Heisserer (Arrival) leaves the movie adaptation of The Sandman, saying that Neil Gaiman's source material is better fit for TV.
Sandman creator Neil Gaiman praises Joseph Gordon-Levitt on Twitter following his departure from the film.
Despite progress continuing on DC's Sandman movie, director Joseph Gordon-Levitt has left the project due to creative differences.
The Sandman producer David S. Goyer says a new writer is now working on the film's script, with production on course to start in 2016.
Rachel McAdams may have been offered a role in Marvel's 'Doctor Strange,' but it's a DC/Vertigo heroine she's been hoping to play.
WB is moving its Vertigo movies to New Line Cinema, while filmmaker Guillermo del Toro has exited 'Justice League Dark'.
'Sandman' producer Joseph Gordon-Levitt says that Neil Gaiman's comic is better off being adapted as a movie rather than a TV show.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt explains that the episodic nature of the 'Sandman' source material makes it a challenge to adapt it for film.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt reveals that his adaptation of Neil Gaiman's 'Sandman' will be a grand action film that involves no punching.
Fox's 'Lucifer' TV show pilot has cast another major role in Mazikeen, the titular devil's half-faced best friend and bodyguard.
Fox has ordered another DC comics-based TV show pilot in 'Lucifer', based on Vertigo's spinoff from Neil Gaiman's 'The Sandman'.
'The Sandman' creator Neil Gaiman confirms Joseph Gordon-Levitt will only direct WB's film, but names his dream picks for the lead role.
David Goyer and Joseph Gordon-Levitt offer an update on their 'Sandman' movie, and the role played by creator Neil Gaiman.
'Sandman' creator Neil Gaiman revealed why the film was not on the list of WB/DC's upcoming list of movies, hinting at a 'slate' of Vertigo adaptations.