According to the author’s own tweet, Netflix has named its upcoming adaptation of Neil Gaimann’s iconic graphic novel series “Sandman” as the main actor. Tom Sturridge (from the distance in “Made Crowd”) played the role of dream co-desire in the series of protagonist Dream (Dream), the star Charles Dance in “Game of Thrones” and Gwendolyn Christie will play Roderick Burgess and Lucifer respectively. Sandman revolves around Dream, the incarnation of dreams. Dreams get rid of the imprisonment of wizards and embark on a journey to recover his “object of power” by overcoming fantastic challenges and entities.

Gaiman shared photos of the main actors via Twitter. The author wrote: “Here are the first seven members of the #Sandman cast list, which will be officially announced. After seven o’clock, there are hundreds more.” As Gaiman pointed out, Netflix has not officially confirmed the lineup of Sandman. .

Actors also include Boyd Holbrook (Nacos) (As Corinthians), Vivienne Archipon (Witch) as Lucian, Asim Chowdhury (Black Mirror: Bandesner) Qi) plays Abel, and Sanyev Baska (played yesterday) Cain.

Netflix and Warner Bros. Television confirmed the adaptation of the series in July 2019. Alan Heinberg (Wonder Woman) will be the host and executive producer of the show, and Gaiman and David S. Goyer (The Dark Knight) will also be the host of the show . These three will also become co-authors of the highly anticipated series.

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Speaking of adaptations, Gaiman said in a statement: “For the past 33 years, Sandman’s characters breathed, walked and talked in my mind. Now, finally let them come out of my mind and move towards reality. I can’t believe it. I can’t wait for the people there to see what we dream of dreaming of. The rest of the people have eaten meat, and the meat belongs to the best actors there.”

The Sandman was first released in 1989, and its original series issued 75 issues until 1996. Its popularity paved the way for several derivative products issued between 1993 and 2015.


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