Neil Gaiman’s “Neverwhere” originally started life as a BBC mini-series, but as production got underway he adapted his own work into a more elaborate and detailed story.
Now it seems, talk has begun of him giving it another go – this time as a major feature film. In fact, MTV News reports that David Slade (“Hard Candy,” “30 Days of Night”) is aboard to direct already.
Gaiman himself says producer Lisa Henson got in contact with him about the possibility and that Harvey Weinstein was interested. Gaiman says “They’re using my script from 2000, and they want me to polish it up a bit.”