Netflix continues its development in the adaptation of the Neil Gaiman comic series Sandman, and as the first parts of the casting details are revealed, we are getting closer to making it a reality. It is not clear who the roles will be targeted, but the first information about who the characters and cast of the series will be. Scooper Daniel Orpike has revealed the first of two-character breakdowns for Sandman, including the name Morpheus and one of the villains of the show, which you can read below.
The first breakup is for Sandman, who named Morpheus “the dream.” Netflix is reportedly looking for a 25- to a 34-year-old man and is open to all races. Morpheus’ full breakdown reads as follows: “His bone-white skin, black hair, and eyes instead of two stars with a tall and melody. His duties focused on the search for the perfect, but the joke to understand the plant, often unconscious and can be. He is mostly self-manic and a little bit sorry, Etu. “That sounds about right!
Next up is a breakdown of the villain “The Corinthian”, which breakdown is called “a sexy villain”, which comic readers may be scratching their heads. In the pages of Gaiman’s story, the Corinthian is a dream created by a dream that turned into a serial killer, with small rows of teeth instead of the hidden eyes behind the sunglasses. The cast breakdown reveals that the streamer is looking for a white cast of 30 to 35. Fans of the series will remember that Corinthian first appeared in Sandman
Writers David S. Gaiman will be joining the series with Gore and Alan Heinberg. The creator of the comics, Gaiman previously confirmed that the first season of the series will be a total of eleven episodes, and will include “prequels and nightmares” episodes and “a little more” of the comics. The second season of the show is already in development, as well as before the titular character is cast.
Sandman has a long way to go, both on the big and small screen, with various filmmakers and writers including Pulp Fiction’s Roger Avery, Eric Heiser in attendance and Joseph Gordon-Levitt.