‘Sandman’: Neil Gaiman comments on the arrival of Delirium in the 2nd season of the series



After Netflix renewed “Sandman” for a second season, some fans are already asking Neil Gaiman for details on what some of the characters in the show will look like. The author, via Tumblr, commented on the character Delirium’s introduction to the series.

While the search for the new year’s cast is yet to be officially set, Gaiman talked about Mason Alexander Park’s desire to be Desire via social media, and the guy who gets the lineup.

“And as a reminder to anyone who wants to act, ‘I look a lot like Delirium in real life’ isn’t the good argument a lot of you seem to be thinking. To be in Sandman, you have to be an actor, you have to have credits,” Gaiman said.

He ended by saying, “We need to know not only that you’re brilliant, but also that you’re reliable and know how to act on TV – you can do the same scene two dozen times and still say the lines every times as if it were the same scene.” the first time you said them? Can you be funny and break people’s hearts at the same time?

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“Sandman” is Neil Gaiman’s most popular creation and focuses on the mythical being Dream, a member of a group known as The Perpetuals or The Endless. As the name suggests, the comic book protagonist rules the dream world. The plot begins when he escapes his captivity, which lasted 70 years, and finds his kingdom dilapidated in the present day.

The cast also includes Vivienne Acheapong (Lucienne), Boyd Holbrook (Corinthian), Charles Dance (Roderick Burgess), Asim Chaudhry (Abel), Sanjeev Bhaskar (Cain), Kirby Howell-Baptiste (Death), Mason Alexander Park (Desire), Donna Preston (Despair), Jenna Coleman (Johanna Constantine), Niamh Walsh (Ethel Cripps) and Joely Richardson (Ethel).

Allan Heinberg (“Wonder Woman”) serves as the series’ showrunner.

DC’s Vertigo comics imprint originally published the series between 1989 and 1996, with several additional series arriving in 2009 and between 2013 and 2015.

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