Three words from Neil Gaiman’s Doctor Who episode and Duncan Jones talks the “sequel” to Moon in this week’s tweets
Neil Gaiman is Twitter royalty, which made his brief reappearance last week from a Journey-To-The-West -induced social network blackout of particular note. What made it a cause for mass wooping and vworp vworps was that Gaiman was in the UK to talk Who . In particular episode four from the imminent sixth series which Gaiman wrote.
Gaiman is refreshingly frank when it comes to adaptations of his work, so his own seal of approval should be taken as more than mere marketing guff. Head writer Steven Moffat gave it the thumbs up too, but it’s the cryptic final words in this tweet that have had us speculating in the office:
The pair of teases. Gaiman even took the time for a quick question and answer session during the first leg of his journey home before falling off the radar again to write the $300 million Monkey Journey To The West movie trilogy. It’s going to be a significantly less fantastical year on Twitter.
The SFX Twitter Stream
@ GhostPanther In a hundred years will they remake The Skeleton Key as The Skeleton Plastic Pass Card? .
@ CLCarpenter1970 Sad because SECRET CIRCLE pilot I was hoping to test for was a role offered to someone else. I really was hoping to be a part of that show
@ Mark_Sheppard If SPN gets a seventh, I would like to think that Crowley would return... x
@ OldRoberts953 Shada will be out March 2012. Just got to write it first. Adapting an absolute genius and personal hero - no pressure then.
@ DamonLindelof If I busted windows and tore off my shirt every time someone brought up "past shit" (coughFINALEcough) I would have no windows nor shirts.
@ ManMadeMoon Seriously thinking that if there was ever to be a direct Moon sequel, it may work best as a point and click adventure.