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The Sandman: First Look At Gwendoline Christie's Lucifer

Netflix has unveiled a new Sandman footage that reveals more of Tom Sturridge's signature character and Gwendoline Christie's first look at Lucifer.

The Sandman: First Look At Gwendoline Christie's Lucifer

The Game of Thrones alum became the third actor to portray the Ruler of Hell created by Neil Gaiman, Sam Keith, and Mike Dringenberg for DC Comics after Peter Stormare played the character in the 2005 film Constantine and Tom Ellis starred in the Fox/Netflix Series. Ellis will also continue as Lucifer in the Arrowverse interruption crisis on Infinite Earths, which takes place five years before the start of his series, which recently finished running on Netflix.

An adaptation of Gaiman's The Sandman, whose version of Lucifer was born, has been poorly developed for 30 years, with various attempts to bring it to the big screen, including a film starring and directed by Joseph Gordon-Levitt, which all fell apart. . Gaiman and Warner Bros. Television and Producer David S. With production running from October 2020 to August 2021, The Sandman's arrival is just around the corner, and audiences are finally getting a better glimpse of what's to come from the series.

Which Lucifer Are You

With summer fast approaching, Netflix announced the return of Geeked Week with a trailer packed with footage from its vast library. One of the titles included is The Sandman, with plenty of shots that tease the long-awaited adaptation and reveal the first look at Gwendoline Christie's Lucifer. Check out the exciting promo below:

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Sandman's new footage comes nearly a year after Netflix released the first proper footage of the series during its TUDUM event in September, which showed a look at Tom Sturridge's Dream as he was captured in a mysterious ritual. The new video should create more anticipation for the series, thanks to the brilliant visuals that capture the fantasy comic book world born from the mind of Gaiman and the hands of artists Kieth Dringenberg, and many others. With a recent report stating that The Sandman is budgeted at $15 million per episode, it appears the new picks for the series are taking full advantage of this massive financial backing.

Sure enough, the biggest takeaway from Sandman's new shots is that of Gwendoline Christie's Lucifer, which Gaiman and his colleagues did. He sought to portray in a caricatured way more faithfully than in previous adaptations of the character. Although some have expressed disappointment that Ellis won't be returning for the Netflix series, fans of the comics are sure to find the first look at Christie's Lucifer to be an eye-catching attraction given the similarity in hairstyles between the two, as well as her fluffy look. Threatened behavior and wings. With more Sandman footage due to come during Geeked Week next month, one can also hope that the release date announcement will be included in the June event.

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