Comic fanatics are well aware of Neil Gaiman’s classic story of The Sandman. The character and the story have become a classic cult over the years and fans might have some great news ahead as it is finally arriving on the screen. Let us look into the details of the much-awaited project that has been finally confirmed after a long wait by fans.
The Sandman Is Finally Arriving On Screen After Attempting For Years!
After a few failed attempts into tiring the popular graphic novel into a feature film, it was finally the streaming giant Netflix who took a bold step and signed a big deal with Warner Bros. Television for tuning The Sandman into a live-action TV series. Reliable sources have reported that it will one of the most expensive TV series.
Netflix Has Signed A Deal With Warner Bros. Television!
The studio has also ropped in Allan Heinberg for penning down the script and also to serve as the showrunner for the series. Allan has worked on Wonder Woman and Grey’s Anatomy earlier. So we know the project is in great hands. Take a look at the social media post confirming the news that made fans happy!
Netflix Sandman is going full steam ahead. Two independent things. https://t.co/B7E9qM1X3D
— Neil Gaiman (@neilhimself) March 5, 2020
Gaiman who is behind the genius novel will be the executive producer alongside David Goyer. The VP of Originals Netflix, Channing Dungey has talked about how excited they are to finally bring the comic book series back to life and into the screen for everyone to watch it. It is indeed a huge step as the idea if the adaptation was never successful earlier with a few attempts.
The Classic Comic Will Be Finally Turned Into A Project Under Netflix Banner!
The attempts of training the all-time classic comic figure into a film can be traced back in 1990, under the Warner Bros. banner. As speculated by fans the project has become bigger than ever with being one of the most hyped projects taken up by Netflix. Sam’s have loved the character and the story of Gaiman’s classic, so this time it won’t be any less exciting for fans! We sure are excited.