This from today's i newspaper about his view on his role of playing Gabriel in GoodOmens, good article.
This is now a GoodOmens Con taking place in Buckinghamshire, October Friday 18th to Sunday 20th. It's a bit pricy at £275 room and meals included, more details from the website. https://theineffablecon.org.uk
More details: https://theineffablecon.org.uk/news.php
For those lucky people who've seen it :)
I'm only one episode in, due to being on holiday & Sticky Midget 2 being unable to sleep two nights since we got back.
Anyway, please don't carry on reading if you don't to see any spoilers.
The promotion for the miniseries of GoodOmens is becoming overwhelming.
There is to be a two-days-only (June 1 and 2) copy of Aziraphale's bookshop several storeys high, full of thousands of real books,
and interiors from the show have been recreated, and photos posted online. I like the...
...The Edinburgh International Film Festival have today announced that they will present an exclusive opportunity to see GoodOmens, a stunning new adaptation of the bestselling fantasy novel by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman, directed by Scotland’s very own Douglas Mackinnon.
I'm just listening to GoodOmens unexpurgated edition read by Stephen Briggs, considering on getting the new audiobook read by Martin Jarvis as there was some changes made by Neil in the newest books, some errors he wanted to correct but would not say what they were.
If you're here because you're looking for information about Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett's "GoodOmens" then you're in the right place.
Here is a quick link to all of the threads that relate to GoodOmens:
=1&o=date']All GoodOmens threads on these forums
Be aware that some of the threads...
...the Dunmanifestin editions come in deluxe boxes.
- The Ineffable and Celestial editions from Dunmanifestin come with a separate folio of GoodOmens ephemera which is not available elsewhere.
- The Ineffable and Celestial editions from Dunmanifestin are signed by Paul Kidby AND Neil Gaiman...
I'm quite excited to see the date has been revealed as May 31st on Amazon Prime, I may have to take a month's subscription to watch it rather that wait for latter part of the year for the BBC to show it.:love:
GoodOmens, the tv-movie, has progressed to the point that a trailer has been posted! Gaiman referred to "Easter Eggs" being in it, but most of the rapid clips are of moments from the story, not the homages to Sir pTerry like the hat in the bookshop. I admit I hadn't expected Crowley to be quite...
Neil Gaiman @neilhimself 15h15 hours ago
I just sent off the sixth and final GoodOmens TV script to my producer & agents. Now, I suspect, the real cutting and shaping work starts. :mrgreen: