Lucifer Co-Showrunner has nice words for The Sandman from Netflix


If you’ve been following our coverage of how things go with the upcoming Netflix hypnotic Adapted from Creator, EP & Co-author Neil Gaiman (good omen); EP, Co-Writer and Show Director Alan Heinberg (amazing woman); and EP & co-writer David S. Joyer (Establishment), you know that one aspect of the series that some so-called fans can’t fathom is the fact that Gwendolyn Christie (Game of thrones) is the perfect Lucifer for this and that series Tom Ellis (Although as cool as Lucifer is) he would be totally wrong about this. This continued to extend to Casey Clairewho was tapped to play Mazikeen in the adaptation of Gaiman (with Leslie Ann Brandt He played the role in the series Ellis). We hope for some kind and encouraging words from Joe Henderson (co-show and EP on Ellis series) It would be enough to help bridge the gap.

Photo: Screencap/Netflix (Lucifer; Tom Ellis as Lucifer)

“Yes. Yes,” Henderson wrote on Twitter after viewing a preview clip of Christy and Claire in action that was released on Monday. “As much as I’m a little biased towards our versions of [Licufer] And the [Mazikeen]It’s amazing to see the characters come to life so beautifully in the movie Sandman!! I can’t wait to watch this show!!! And here’s a look at Henderson’s tweet earlier on Tuesday:

In the first clip (from episode 4) a dream (Tom Sturridge) heads to Hell to retrieve the dream helmet stolen from one of Lucifer’s demons (and be sure to keep an eye out for some of the familiar faces that appear in this scene as well). Next, a scene from Episode 6 Finds Death (Kirby Howell Baptist) Coming to claim the presence of an old musician:

With the series premiering on August 5th, here’s a look at the official Netflix trailer hypnotic:

Kirby Howell Baptist We shared some ideas about playing Death, Morpheus aka Dream’s (Tom SturridgeBrother, during a recent interview EW. First, comic fans will appreciate Death’s first appearance in an episode titled “The Sound of Her Wings” (watch hypnotic #8), and from what Gaiman had to share earlier, viewers should expect to have their minds blown by Howell-Baptiste’s performance. Gaiman revealed, “We’ve seen a lot of deaths, a great many hundreds. But Kirby had the unique advantage of being able to speak honestly to authority.” “That honesty, and the fact that she could deliver these lines and you believe her, is what sold me 100 percent on Kirby. We’ve had models, and we’ve had all kinds of wonderful people more famous than the Kirby experience. But I didn’t think they were death, I didn’t I believe they were Tom [Sturridge] Big sister who can run it. And then Kirby came along, and it was just like, ‘I love you, I believe you, and you are. Now here’s a look at what Howell-Baptiste said:

About what makes Gaiman’s death so special: “Most of the time when we see a representation of death, it’s very focused on the ending. But this character says, ‘I was there in the beginning, and I’ll be there at the end.'” “Death is born out of life. I think there is something so beautiful and cyclical about her place in the world because it has so much to do with the whole journey that she is there for her. This lends itself to a more feminine energy — there’s a lot more nurturing, caring aspect of death than we’ve seen before.”

On the Chemistry of the Hoyle-Baptiste and Sturridge Brothers: “It’s rare that you get a role where you already know so much about the world. Since we both know our characters so well and we’ve both been so invested, we get along really easily. Tom [Sturridge] And I have this natural chemistry for a fraternal relationship. “

A rich blend of modern myth and dark fantasy in which contemporary fantasy, historical drama and mythology intertwine seamlessly, The Sandman follows people and places influenced by Morpheus, the King of Dreams, as he corrects the cosmic and human wrongs he made during his vast existence.

“For the past 33 years, Sandman characters have been breathing and walking around and talking in my head. I’m incredibly happy that they are now, finally, out of my head and turning into reality. I can’t wait for people to see what we saw as a dream and the others materialize, And the body belongs to some of the best actors out there,” Gaiman said in statement In conjunction with the news of the initial casting of the series. “This is amazing, and I am so grateful to the cast and to all the collaborators with The Sandman – Netflix and Warner Bros. From my wildest dreams come true.”

Stems from Warner Bros. TV, Netflix’s hypnotic stars Tom SturridgeAnd the Gwendolyn ChristieAnd the Vivian AchimbongAnd the Boyd HolbrookAnd the Charles DanceAnd the Asim ChoudaryAnd the Sanjeev BhaskarAnd the Kirby Howell Baptist, Mason Alexander Park, Donna Preston, Jenna Coleman, Niamh Walsh, Julie Richardson, David Thewlis, Kyo Ra, Stephen Fry, Razan Jamal, Sandra James YoungAnd the Patton OswaltAnd the Mark Hamill.

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