Netflix unveils the cast of the series based on the work of Neil Gaiman

It took a while, but we’re finally getting closer to the long-awaited adaptation of Sandman, one of Neil Gaiman’s most memorable works. And today (28) Netflix announced who will make up the cast for the project.

As rumors have already pointed out, Tom Sturridge (Sweetbitter) will truly be Sonho, the protagonist of the story.

Meanwhile, Gwendoline Christie, the Game of Thrones Brienne, will be Lucifer the Guardian of Hell.

The rest of the cast also came out. Check-out:

The full cast of Sandman

Vivienne Acheampong (The Witches’ Convention) will be Lucienne, Chief Librarian and Trusted Guardian of the Dream Kingdom. Charles Dance (also from Game of Thrones) is Roderick Burgess, a magician and blackmail charlatan. Boyd Hollbrook (Logan) will be Corinthians, the heavyweight who escaped. Asim Chaudhry (Black Mirror: Bandersnatch) will be Abel, the first victim. Sanjeev Bhaskar (yesterday) plays Cain, the first predator.

The Netflix adaptation of Sandman was heralded as “A rich mix of modern mythology and dark fantasy in which contemporary fiction, historical lady and legends are perfectly intertwined, The Sandman accompanies the people and places affected by Morpheus, the king of dreams. , while correcting the cosmic and human errors he made during his vast existence.

It should be remembered that, according to Gaiman himself, some of the stories we will see in the series were taken from the comic book A Hope in Hell, in which Dream goes to Lucifer’s realm to retrieve something that has left him. been robbed, and 24 hours, in which takes part in a dinner where customers surrender to their darkest desires.

The Sandman will feature Gaiman and Allan Heinberg (Wonder Woman, Grey’s Anatomy) as the writers. David S. Goyer (Batman Begins) will produce the series. Hey, excited?

The Sandman has yet to premiere.

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