Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Stardust Pushed Back

Neil Gaiman has revealed in his latest blog entry that Stardust, the movie adaptation of his wonderful (often illustrated) novel, has been pushed back from March until July. Paramount made the decision upon seeing a rough cut of the film, deciding it was tentpole material.

And I don't mean wood.

If the film turns out to be a rather large hit - and I actually expect it will - and then Paramount come looking for a sequel, will they build it on Gaiman's proposed but barely-started follow-up book, Wall?

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