Yeah. Also... it just seemed to me that it just wasn't done well.
Not as good as the one in my head, at any rate.
EDIT: they do plan to release it as a movie soon, but it's owned by Jim Henson or something, along with parts of it being owned by someone else, and it's very complex. However, I have mysteriously heard that progress is being made.
Also, Gaiman's Death: the High Cost of Living in which the spirited Death spends a day in New York, is also coming out in movie form. Neil can't give any specifics, all he can do is say "Things are happening, and they're good," and that's what he's done.
I can't wait.
[ April 21, 2004, 11:22 AM: Message edited by: Book ]
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