Gaiman On Fincher’s Black Hole

Neil Gaiman confirms that once David Fincher replaced Alexandre Aja on the film adaptation of Charles Burns’ acclaimed graphic novel “Black Hole”, he and fellow “Beowulf” scribe Roger Avary stepped away from the project.

“David explained his process consisted of having over ten drafts, done over and over, and Roger and I were sort of asked if we wanted to, if we were interested in doing that. And we definitely weren’t” Gaiman says in an interview with MTV News.

Fincher still has their last draft of the script but Gaiman admits he doesn’t know the status of the project any further than that.