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Netflix Just Dropped The First Trailer For “The Sandman,” And Here’s Everything You Need To Know



The Sandman trailer played at Comic-Con, and I will be talking about Gwendoline Christie as Lucifer for days.

Hi, yes, hello! At San Diego Comic-Con 2022 this weekend, the upcoming cast of The Sandman took over the iconic Hall H, and it was epic. The panel showcased a first look at the series, which included an amazing first trailer.

Tom Sturridge, Gwendoline Christie, Boyd Holbrook, Kirby Howell-Baptiste, Vivienne Acheampong, Jenna Coleman, Vanesu Samunyai, Mason Alexander Park, and Patton Oswalt hit the stage alongside author Neil Gaiman and showrunner Allan Heinberg to share more on the upcoming adaptation alongside the highly-anticipated trailer.

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Based on Gaiman’s comic book series of the same name, The Sandman follows Morpheus (Tom Sturridge), aka Dream, who gives shape to all of our deepest fears and fantasies. However, when Dream is suddenly captured and held prisoner for a century, his absence sets off a series of events that change both the dream and waking worlds.

To restore order after his absence, Dream sets out on a journey across various worlds and timelines to fix his mistakes. What ensues is a great adventure where Dream visits old friends and foes and meets new entities, both cosmic and human.

Speaking at Comic-Con, Neil Gaiman revealed that Tom Sturridge was one of the first people they saw for Dream and was an early favorite. In fact, casting director Lucinda Syson for The Sandman also worked with Neil on Stardust in 2007.

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“[Lucinda] sent us four audition tapes, and Tom’s was obviously the best,” Neil began. “I figured that soon we’d have a dozen like him. And, you know, he was there, and then we saw another 50 or 60 people; it was still just Tom, and then we saw several 100 more people, and it was still just Tom. And by the end of the process, I think we’d seen about 1,000 auditions, and it was still Tom.”

Alongside Dream, we also meet so many great characters from The Sandman by Neil Gaiman, like Gwendoline Christie as Lucifer Morningstar. Like, look how perfect she looks.

At Comic-Con, Gwendoline talked about preparing to play Lucifer, saying, “I just went back to the comics. I know that everybody was so devoted to making those comics come alive. Also, when you’re aware that there’s a huge fanbase that initially felt underground, very special, not so many people knew about it, and then the love for it has really grown. There’s a kind of responsibility that I feel goes with that.”

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“Also with the kind of landscape of our lives at the moment, I think we’ve all started to realize that a lack of empathy is evil. Disconnection is evil. So I felt very, very honored to be able to bring my own thoughts to it. And also to embody this incredible character that these amazing people have helped bring to life.”

Mason Alexander Park as the gorgeous and flawless Desire and Kirby Howell-Baptiste as Death. The duo, alongside Dream, make up The Endless siblings alongside Despair (Donna Preston). Mason teased the relationship between Death and Desire, saying that they are the “ultimate sibling rivalry.”

We also see Jenna Coleman as Johanna Constantine, and fans in Hall H were even treated to an extended first look at Johanna in action as she performs an exorcism in a church.

And finally in the trailer, we catch glimpses of the iconic Rose Walker, who is brought to life by Vanesu Samunyai. Vanesu explained Rose’s storyline in Season 1 saying that she’s in search of her brother, and “Morpheus is there to help her.”

The first season of The Sandman will consist of 10 episodes, with each episode really being its own story, and Morpheus connects them all. Honestly, with every episode, it feels like you’re reading an issue of Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman comics.


People Revealed Relationship Red Flags Vs. Green Flags, And Boy Do They Have Some Strong Opinions




RELATIONSHIP RED FLAG: “Embarrassing me in public by trying to argue in an obnoxious way.”


“I met an older married couple like this today. At first, I thought she was the toxic one and he was the pushover, but nope. They were BOTH toxic!

They clearly hated each other with commitment and passion. I just took a step back, put my game face on, and let these two absolute gunslingers go at each others throats in public.”


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Parents Who Had Kids Later In Life Reveal The Joys And Challenges Of Raising Them At An “Older” Age




“I had my first baby at 33 through IVF, and my husband was 41. This was after five years of trying on our own. Then we unexpectedly got pregnant on our own two more times, and I had babies at ages 35 and 37. We never intended to have a baby at ages 37 and 45, but here we are, and we couldn’t imagine our lives without her. But I think the mix of three pregnancies in four years and my age destroyed my SI joint and hips. I think if I were younger, it wouldn’t have been so bad.”

“With baby number three, I was in so much pain that I seriously wasn’t sure if I could make it. I felt like my legs were going to give out on me because of the pain and weakness brought on by SI joint dysfunction and SPD. I am better now, but still not at 100% two years postpartum. Also, man, we are tired. Looking back to all those late nights partying in my early 20s and getting up and going to work the next day like it was no big deal makes me realize how much of an advantage it is to have kids young. But we are more established in our careers, more mature, and have different priorities now. In a lot of ways, it makes it easier to have kids older. I’ve heard people talk about not wanting to have kids at an older age because they won’t be around as long, but my dad was 34 when I was born and died at age 46 from pancreatic cancer when I was only 12 years old, and my sister was 6, so who knows? Age isn’t everything. It’s about finding the right time for you. If I had gotten pregnant when we first started trying, I would have had a baby at 27, but I am glad it worked out the way it did.”


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31 Then Vs. Now Photos Of Celebrities In 2003, 2013, And 2023



Celeb Then And Now Photos In 2003, 2013, And 2023

And here’s Reese now in 2023:

And here’s Emma now in 2023:

And here’s Jennifer now in 2023:


This is Beyoncé in 2003:

And here’s Beyoncé now in 2023:

And here’s Paul now in 2023:

Here’s Gabrielle in 2013:

And here’s Gabrielle now in 2023:


This is Michelle Yeoh in 2003:

And here’s Michelle now in 2023:


This is Lindsay Lohan in 2003:

And here’s Lindsay now in 2023:


This is Pete Wentz in 2003:

And here’s Pete now in 2023:


This is Justin Timberlake in 2003:

And here’s Justin now in 2023:


This is Tia and Tamera Mowry in 2003:

Here’s Tia and Tamera in 2013:

And here’s Tia and Tamera now in 2023:


This is Dakota Fanning in 2003:

And here’s Dakota now in 2023:


This is Kirsten Dunst in 2003:

And here’s Kirsten now in 2023:


This is Christina Ricci in 2003:

Here’s Christina in 2013:

And here’s Christina now in 2023:


This is Usher in 2003:

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This is Jennifer Aniston in 2003:

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This is Jennifer Garner in 2003:

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This is Kate Hudson in 2003:

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This is Chad Michael Murray in 2003:

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This is Matthew McConaughey in 2003:

And here’s Matthew now in 2023:


This is Kristen Bell in 2003:

And here’s Kristen now in 2023:


This is Anne Hathaway in 2003:

And here’s Anne now in 2023:


This is Ryan Reynolds in 2003:

And here’s Ryan now in 2023:


This is Queen Latifah in 2003:

And here’s Queen now in 2023:


This is Prince Harry in 2003:

Here’s Prince Harry in 2013:

And here’s Prince Harry now in 2023:


This is Halle Berry in 2003:

And here’s Halle now in 2023:


This is Jessica Alba in 2003:

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This is Avril Lavigne in 2003:

And here’s Avril now in 2023:


This is Danny DeVito in 2003:

And here’s Danny now in 2023:


This is Victoria Beckham in 2003:

And here’s Victoria now in 2023:


Finally, this is Keanu Reeves in 2003:

And here’s Keanu now in 2023:

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