Ben Kingsley is cast in the violent cases of Neil Gaiman and Dave McCain

This year saw the highly anticipated debut of Neil Gaiman hypnoticbut the author has more modifications on the way, with diverse Confirming that Ben Kingsley has joined the feature film based on Gaiman and Dave McCain’s graphic novel violent situations. The adaptation will be written by Mike Carey and directed by Colm McCarthy, with Carrey being no stranger to Gayman’s worlds, having previously worked on her. The devil. With how early in the development process violent situations Ho, it is currently unknown if the movie will target a theatrical release or if it could end up in the streaming service.

The director describes the story, “violent situations It is a journey into the mind of Neil Gaiman, as a acclaimed author recounts fragmented childhood memories and visits to an orthopedic doctor who once worked for Al Capone, weaving a dark, sinuous tale of stories, our memories, violence, and the ways we can ‘run away from our past’. Kingsley was tapped to play The role of an orthopedic doctor.

“I am happy to work with such a wonderful team violent situationswhich relates to me about the power and importance of storytelling, how we negotiate the shadows a father casts in our lives and above all about our inner child’s right to be heard,” Kingsley participated in the project.

McCarthy added, “violent situations It is a wild and hallucinatory comedian, but it is thought provoking and emotional. It’s so exciting to make a movie out of this amazing genre-defining work.”

Carrey continued, “As an aspiring writer in the late ’80s violent situations It was a revelation and a joy for me. Its darkness and horror defined a new approach to storytelling. Thirty-five years later, this is still so unique, and bringing it to a new medium seems to be discovering it all over again for the first time. Neil Gaiman redefines serial comics using hypnoticbut violent situations It was a first masterpiece for him and Dave McCain. It’s fun to introduce her to a new audience, and to take her visual lyricism into a new medium.”

Stay tuned for details about violent situations. While the second season of Netflix’s hypnotic Not yet ordered, both Gaiman and fans are hoping her sophomore outing will move forward sooner rather than later.

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