articles by Rahul Gupta

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Dirk Maggs on bringing Neil Gaiman's Sandman to Audible, an audio adaptation 30 years in the making

Dirk Maggs has adapted and directed Neil Gaiman's seminal The Sandman comics into an audio drama for Audible. The 10-hour adaptation has been an idea at least three decades in the making.

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In conversation with Fauda director Rotem Shamir: 'The show portrays the circle of violence that doesn't end'

With a successful third season of Fauda behind him, director Rotem Shamir speaks about his experiences helming “the Narcos of the Middle East” and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, which serves as the setting for the series.

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Pennyworth puts spotlight on Batman confidante Alfred, but Bruce Wayne's butler was always star in his own right

When Epix TV launched Pennyworth — a series dedicated to Bruce Wayne’s longtime confidante — it put the spotlight on a character who’s had an indelible influence on the Batman’s journey. But to fans, Wayne Manor’s butler has long been a star in his own right.

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Batman producer Michael Uslan on impact of Dark Knight trilogy, and why directors — not actors — define the films

Michael Uslan, who was instrumental in taking Batman from comic books to the big screen, talks about why Robert Pattinson could faithfully portray the Caped Crusader, and why Christopher Nolan's Dark Night trilogy is a cultural phenomenon

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Batman producer Michael Uslan on bringing caped crusader to the big screen, and franchise's iconic cast

Michael Uslan and his partner, the late Benjamin Melniker, convinced Hollywood studios to make a 'serious' Batman film at a time when comic books were considered children's entertainment. In this conversation, Uslan speaks about the source material for the 1989 Batman film and Tim Burton's vision