In an interview with MTV, Neil Gaiman revealed that director David Slade will direct the big screen adaptation of his "Neverwhere" book (which itself was adapted from the BBC miniseries:
So Neil's getting a do-over, because he got a call from Lisa Henson (who helped make MirrorMask) letting him know that Harvey Weinstein was interested. "They're using my script from 2000, and they want me to polish it up a bit," Neil told me. David Slade, who directed Hard Candy and 30 Days of Night, is aboard to helm it as well.
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