The Starz TV adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s award-winning fantasy novel American Gods just cast its lead, Shadow Moon: English actor Ricky Whittle, who’s probably best-known as Lincoln on The 100.
Tom Holland calls Spider-Man the world’s biggest indie movie. Ghostbusters may have added a former Game of Thrones star. Bryan Fuller lists an unorthodox inspiration for the American Gods show. Plus sneak peeks for the new Toho Godzilla and Supergirl’s midseason finale. To me, my Spoilers!
There’s even more rumors surrounding the return of a supposedly-dead Game of Thrones character. Kid Flash may appear on The Flash sooner than you’d think. Plus, a happier Arrow, Michael Shannon on Zod’s role in Batman v Superman, and Mark Gatiss on his unorthodox Doctor Who episode. To Me, My Spoilers!
American Gods is on its way to becoming a television show on Starz, and now, Bryan Fuller has revealed that the book’s author, Neil Gaiman, will pen some of the show’s episodes.
We only just got word that Starz had officially greenlit and adaption of Neil Gaiman’s American Gods with Bryan Fuller (Hannibal) running the show. And from the first art, tweeted by Fuller, it certainly seems like he’s bringing his trademark sense of style to the project.
News about the American Gods show is rareand it feels like we’ve been hearing about the TV adaptation forever. But tStarz has just announced that they’ve greenlit Bryan Fuller’s series, and it looks like American Gods on TV finally be happening!
One of the planned Transformers spinoffs could take place on Cybertron. Duncan Jones discusses filming Warcraft. Doctor Who is returning to often-used location. Bryan Fuller explains the need to keep American Gods’ cast diverse. Plus, Hugh Dancy talks Hannibal. Spoilers Get!
Great cons belong to that special category — along with heists — of things that are very fun in fiction but not something you want happening to you. And con artists in fiction are usually charming, smart, and have an abhorrence of violence. Here are the 10 greatest con artists in science fiction and fantasy
The long-awaited television adaptation of Neil Gaiman's American Gods is moving forward, helmed by Pushing Daisies and Hannibal's Bryan Fuller. Naturally, we're nervous, but this recent interview with Fuller has calmed many of our fears. Spoiler talk ahead.
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Neeson's certainly up for it. Could a fourth Blade movie really happen? Jesse Eisenberg explains how his Lex Luthor is more modern than previous takes. Bryan Fuller talks expanding American Gods for television. Plus major casting news for Arrow, Agent Carter, and Escape from New York. Spoilers now!
Holy hell—Bryan Fuller is going to bring Neil Gaiman's American Gods to television. We are freaking out.
I guess getting a book-accurate TV series of Neil Gaiman's American Gods novel from the same TV channel that was already making an excellent adaptation of Game of Thrones was too much to ask for. But HBO finally explained why they gave up on the much-anticipated show.
Neil Gaiman's acclaimed 2001 novel American Gods is no longer in development at HBO — but that doesn't mean it won't be a TV show. FremantleMedia, which produces The Tomorrow People and the upcoming The Returned, has signed a new deal to develop American Gods for television.
Sometimes there’s a character that the writers don’t know what to do with, or who's hit a dead end. What do you do with this superfluous character? How do you up the ante? Kill them. And then have them come back evil (or good), with new powers, or deeply troubled. Here are the 10 characters most improved by death.
Almost every day, it seems like we hear about another new TV show based on a book or graphic novel series. Just today, it was announced that NBC is moving forward with a show based on the fantastic Vertigo comic Midnight, Mass. (This is the third attempt at a Midnight, Mass show — read our thoughts on why it's a great…
John Carter director Andrew Stanton reveals how he created a movie out of Edgar Rice Burroughs' adventure yarns. Director Sam Mendes talks from the set of Skyfall. Plus Neil Gaiman talks about writing the pilot for HBO's American Gods adaptation.
Science fiction and fantasy devoured our hearts and minds in 2011. The year's hit movies, bestselling books and buzzed-about television shows were dominated by genre fare — and a handful of people played a key part in making it happen.
One of the most common types of holiday gifts is the Coffee Table Book — big, expensive, and usually something people flip through instead of actually reading. But what if you could give a book that would fascinate your friends as well as looking like a status item?