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"The 100" actor Ricky Whittle will star in the upcoming television adaptation of Neil Gaiman's bestselling fantasy novel.
The Starz adaptation of Neil Gaiman's fantasy novel aims to be "as detailed and integrated as the Marvel Universe is," teases co-showrunner Bryan Fuller.
The director will reunite with "Hannibal" showrunner Bryan Fuller on the Starz adaptation of Neil Gaiman's acclaimed fantasy novel.
Author Neil Gaiman, whose first contribution to "Doctor Who" won a Hugo Award, will write episodes of the Starz fantasy, "down the line."
The art depicts a key setting from Neil Gaiman’s acclaimed 2001 fantasy novel. The adaptation is expected to debut on Starz in late 2016.
Neil Gaiman will serve as an executive producer of the adaptation of his acclaimed 2001 fantasy novel.
Starz hasn’t given the green light just yet, but the “Hannibal” producer says the fantasy novel adaptation could debut in late 2016.
FremantleMedia has tapped Bryan Fuller and Michael Green as showrunners for the Starz Network adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s "American Gods."
Marc Webb reveals B.J. Novak's "Amazing Spider-Man 2" role; Gaiman's "American Gods" finds a new developer and more.
FremantleMedia North America has acquired the rights to adapt Neil Gaiman's acclaimed novel "American Gods" for television.
At the San Diego Comic-Con International Neil Gaiman Spotlight, the fan-favorite writer visited his past work, discussed his process, looked towards "Sandman: Overture" and more.
"300" sequel gets a new name! "Man of Steel" filming in August? Stuntman injured on "Avengers" set! Also, "Wake the Dead" to be a motion picture, Anne Hathaway's catsuit described, and more.
"Avengers" poster art assembled! Josh Stewart joins "Dark Knight Rises!" "Beasts of Burden" to be an animated feature! Also, "Cowboys & Aliens" to premiere at Comic-Con and more.
Worried about HBO skimping when it comes to their adaptation of Neil Gaiman's novel, "American Gods?" Fret not, the pay cable network is planning it as a six season run and SPINOFF has all the details.