Neil Gaiman will be writing the script for an English-language film adaptation of Journey to the West. This sounds like it should be very fun, indeed. There might also be some Guillermo del Toro in the mix, hurrah.
At first when I read the news I also thought that this might be the project that Gaiman’s been alluding to during his extended travels in China these past couple years, but I suspect that there’s still something else (or maybe several somethings else) to come out of that.
The Gneil has also revealed that a film adaptation of American Gods is underway, helmed by a director with “many, many Oscars.” I must admit that the idea of an American Gods movie seems to me only slightly less disastrous than a Sandman movie, but I’ll keep mum till more details are out.
The winner of the 2010 Tiptree Award, for sff that explores and challenges ideas of gender, has been announced! I also recognize lots of titles on the short- and longlists as books that I Really Should Be Reading…
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American Gods movie: Do Not Want. Unless, bizarrely, they cast Vin Diesel as Shadow. I could totally see that.
The Tiptree winner looks awesome. Another book to add to my wishlist…
Vin Diesel as Shadow
Andy, WAT. This is horrifying, partly because I can also kind of see it working.
LOL! It is kind of horrifyingly cool, isn’t it? He would look the part perfectly. Unfortunately he can’t act.