Neil Gaiman Breaks Down Netflix's 'The Sandman' Official Trailer | Vanity Fair

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Frame-by-frame, 'The Sandman' writer Neil Gaiman watches and takes us through the official trailer for the first season of Netflix's 'The Sandman.'
The Sandman releases on Netflix on August 5.
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@nayvids
@nayvids
Now I wish that Netflix would provide an audio option with Neil's commentary for every episode of the show.
@vyt2622
@vyt2622
"Morpheus needs characters around him who can be honest with him, and tell him things for his own good, and tell him when he's screwing up, which he can then ignore". That's it, that's the character! Very excited for this adaptation.
@caradocg1234
@caradocg1234
Neil talks like he writes, he says everything with the upmost clarity and conciseness
@dlweiss
@dlweiss
"The original Lucifer didn't have a gender, so merely getting them played by a human actor is technically gender-swapping them either way!" Brilliantly put. :)
@lazerlightening
@lazerlightening
I really hope the show does an episode on my favorite chapter, which was the man who made a bet with Dream on deciding he was going to live forever and every 100 years Dream would meet with him at the same bar. It was a really sweet story that Dream had a real friend.
@humanbeing2360
@humanbeing2360
I love seeing Neil Gaiman's joy and passion with this series.
@arfielding4495
@arfielding4495
I remember Tilda Swinton as Gabriel in the movie Constantine, and Gwendolyn Christie has the same energy. Honestly a fantastic casting choice for Lucifer, she brings that same eerie sinister beauty.
@adam1third
@adam1third
"I don't know where they found and adult living gargoyle. But he delivers the performance of a lifetime." 🤣
@batwench
@batwench
I love NG’s sense of humour. So dry in parts, yet so sincere.
@iancuspinera1160
@iancuspinera1160
Neil Gaiman approves this, I’m definitely WATCHING. The Sandman comic is glorious.
@RosePerfumeGirl
@RosePerfumeGirl
As a writer myself it's extremely emotional to see a writer watching what he wrote come to life. I think that's the biggest dream come true. The Sandman looks awesome!
@mrsoisauce9017
@mrsoisauce9017
You know, it’s really nice when comic book writers actually get to write movies based on the comics they make. Because it actually ensures the final product follows the source material. Unlike most “comic book movies”
@gizmofrompizmo2177
@gizmofrompizmo2177
He has such a relaxing voice. Listening to him is like wrapping a nice thick blanket around yourself in the middle winter while there's a fire burning in the fireplace and there's a kettle just starting to whistle for a nice cup of tea.
@bryangleason124
@bryangleason124
I love the shot when Death is taking the baby away to the next place, and as Morphius and Death are walking out of the room, Death holding the metaphysical aspect of the baby, and in the background you see the shadow of leathery wings taking off. It is such a beautiful shot.
@moxxibekk
@moxxibekk
This was the first "mature" western comic I ever read. Picked up volume 10 at the library, not realizing it was part of a series, when I was 13. Very confused, but totally immersed. I've read it many times since, and have been enjoying the audible radio drama.
@dealinginfiction
@dealinginfiction
God. I love British sarcasm. It is truly an art. If you ever need an example of it. Look know further than Neil Gaiman. I saw him give a lecture on a book tour for Norse Mythology and he was a delight.
@sydposting
@sydposting
And here I thought the Audible audio drama was the best possible adaptation we were ever going to get. I'm so excited to see the brilliance of the comic's story shine with a modern polish -- and most importantly with Neil Gaiman's involvement and approval! 🥰 This series had a reputation of being "unadaptable" for
@Monius13
@Monius13
Neil Gaiman is the kind of writer where gender-swaps or anything like that doesn't really matter. Because it's all about who can portray the character. I think casting nailed this 100% without me seeing this, yet. Fantastic cast.
@TheDunnDusted
@TheDunnDusted
I love how he points out the characters here are real and their actor counterparts are just roles thy inhabit when not doing this.
@michaelkelley2727
@michaelkelley2727
you can tell he is passionate and excited about the show. and the fact that even the cast are fans of the comics and neil defends them on Twitter represents how much he and the cast have so much faith on the sandman show
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