Coming off a first season that was incredibly well received by both fans and critics alike, it seemed a foregone conclusion that Starz‘s American Gods would be able to clear the “sophomore slump” hurdle with room to spare. When the shocking news broke this week that showrunners Bryan Fuller and Michael Green would be departing […]
If you came out of 2011’s Green Lantern thinking that it was “all CGI, no substance” then you’re not alone: the Ryan Reynolds-starring film would prove both a critical and commercial failure for Warner Bros. For screenwriters Gregg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim and Michael Green, the film’s lackluster performance curtailed their plans on where to take […]
For American Gods fans, it’s still a very “plus/minus” time that’s tough to reconcile. On the plus side, they feel great knowing that Starz renewed the series for a second season that’s expected to begin filming January 2018. On the minus side, they find themselves stuck knee-deep in the long haul that is…The Wait Between […]
With the Blu-ray and DVD release of American Gods‘ first season happening this week and production on the Starz fantasy-drama series’ Season 2 expected to get underway in January, executive producers Bryan Fuller and Michael Green made the interview rounds to offer some insight into what fans can expect when the series returns next year. […]
So welcome back to another edition of Before They Were ‘Gods’, where we pull back the curtain on some of the past projects of the cast and crew connected with American Gods and give them their proper due. Since we’re still a little while off from any major Season 2 news, it’s a little something […]
STARZ‘s adaptation of Neil Gaiman‘s American Gods proved to be one of the biggest and most unexpected success stories of the 2017 television season. Originally published in 2001, the Hugo Award-winning novel’s adaptation was spearheaded under the guidance of executive producer Gaiman and showrunners/executive producers Bryan Fuller (Hannibal) and Michael Green (Heroes). With solid ratings […]
So Mr. Wednesday (Ian McShane) and Shadow Moon (Ricky Whittle) are having to speed-up their road trip a little bit…but then again, you’d think that killing a god who betrayed you with the very sword he made you as new gods are breathing down your neck would necessitate a change-in-plans. Meanwhile…back at the taxi…Mad Sweeney […]
We’ve got three clips from tonight’s American Gods on STARZ. They delve a little deeper into the relationship between Shadow (Ricky Whittle) and Larua (Emily Browning), material that is hinted at in the novel but not fully laid out. The television series is exploring areas of the story that the book didn’t cover.
Here there be Spoiler! . . . . By Ale Bodden Brian Fuller, Michael Green, and Neil Gaiman have, without a doubt, managed to bring to television a perfectly rendered, edgier shape-shifting world of AMERICAN GODS to life in a mix of beauty, gore, and raw humanity. The imagery and symbolism within every scene is […]
Review of STARZ "American Gods" season 1 episode 1 "The Bone Orchard"