Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Neil Gaiman's The Graveyard Book Is Comming To The Big Screen

Neil Gaiman has sold the rights to produce a film based on his latest novel, The Graveyard Book. Speaking with MTV, he revealed that Britain’s special effects company Framestore who recently done cgi work in The Dark Knight will be the behind bringing the book to screen.
“They read it, they loved it”

“They want to start making films, and start producing their own films,” Gaiman told MTV. “And they read it, and they loved it, and I spoke to them, and they said all the right things, and they seem to listen.

“So I don’t think it’s going to be transported to a graveyard in Los Angeles where they’ve been burying bathing beauties or anything. I think we’re actual going to stick with where the book is written and film that.”
To check out The Graveyard Book for yourself go to here, to watch Neil Gaiman read The Graveyard Book chapter by chapter.