Morpheus is the personification of Dreams in a family known as The Endless, whose members represent other aspects of life such as Death, Delirium, Desire, Destruction, Despair and Destiny. The story follows Morpheus, who escapes after being held captive by a wizard for the past 70 years. He goes on a journey to get revenge for his imprisonment, while trying to rebuild his empire and adapt to the current society.
Sandman co-creator Neil Gaiman speaks out about Joseph Gordon-Levitt leaving the movie adaptation, revealing he still respects the actor.
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Joseph Gordon-Levitt is producing and possibly directing this adaptation of Neil Gaiman's classic graphic novel.
The actor/producer doesn't confirm if he will star in or direct the adaptation. Plus, he talks about what drew him to this adaptation of Neil Gaiman's graphic novel.
Warner Bros. is seeking a writer to adapt Neil Gaiman's comic book series. The actor will play Morpheus, the personification of dreams.