The first day of Netflix ‘Geeked Week’ event (June 6) brought some awaited news related to The Sandman! The first season of the show based on Neil Gaiman’s comic books is set to premiere on August 5. In addition, we got a first look at Boyd Holbrook as The Corinthian in a promotional still and posters, which are on our photo gallery:(more…)
Watch now a first look trailer for The Sandman, released today during Netflix’s global fan event TUDUM. Boyd Holbrook, who plays The Corinthian, does not appear in it, but you can hear him saying “Death has family. Desire, Destiny, Despair” at the mark of 34 seconds.
In an interview to Collider, Boyd Holbrook discussed working with B.J. Novak and Jon Bernthal, gun culture and gave a bit of information about The Sandman. Don’t read it if you don’t wish to get spoilers from episode “Moment of Silence,” streaming now on FX on Hulu:(more…)
On the day after he was announced as a member of The Sandman cast, Boyd Holbrook was interviwed by Collider’s Steven Weintraub, where he talked about not only that, but doing Eight for Silver and past works like Narcos, Logan e Gone Girl.
Watch the full interview below:
Read below the full interview Boyd gave to Screen Rant about his new horror flick Eight for Silver, which premiered at Sundance Film Festival. He also revelead he’s excited to play The Corinthian in The Sandman:
Eight For Silver, the philosophical take on the werewolf mythos by acclaimed auteur Sean Ellis, had its world premiere at Sundance this weekend. The arthouse horror film stars Boyd Holbrook (Quibi’s The Fugitive) as John McBride, a hunter who is roped into the troubles of the Laurent family when he tries to discover what happened to their young son.
His mission becomes intertwined with a secret the family patriarch, Seamus (Alastair Pierce of Rogue One), is fighting to keep. As John uncovers more of the human horrors that preceded the superhuman ones, neither he nor the family he’s protecting will ever be the same.
Holbrook spoke to Screen Rant about the research he did to understand his character, the joy he felt at working with a director like Ellis, and how his own directing experience informed his performance.
He also talked about doing indie movies and his casting as The Corinthian in The Sandman. More below:
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 29 (UPI) — Boyd Holbrook has been in big Hollywood movies like Gone Girl, Logan and The Predator. However, Holbrook said his new film that premieres at the Sundance Film Festival, Eight for Silver, is the kind of independent movie he loves to make.
“It was just a more intimate experience that I do have to say I’m a sucker for,” Holbrook told UPI in a phone interview.
Eight for Silver is a monster movie set in the 1800s. Holbrook plays John McBride, a pathologist who visits a British village and agrees to help the Laurent family find a missing child. What the Laurents assume was a wolf attack, McBride knows actually was the manifestation of a gypsy curse.
Holbrook said he was impressed that Sean Ellis wrote, directed and produced the film. The cast and crew — including Alistair Petrie and Kelly Reilly as Seamus and Isabelle Laurent — lived close together for seven weeks at the film’s central France location.
Neil Gaiman’s DC comic book series is finally getting an adaptation, and Boyd will play “an escaped nightmare who wishes to taste all that the world has in store.” More below:
It seems like forever, but the wait is about to an end. The anticipated Netflix adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s popular comic book series The Sandman is coming together. Tom Sturridge, Gwendoline Christie, Vivienne Acheampong, Boyd Holbrook, Charles Dance, Asim Chaudhry and Sanjeev Bhaskar have been set to star in the dark fantasy series based on the DC comics.
The cast also features Eastenders alum and recent Order of the British Empire recipient Nina Wadia as The Mother, one of the three Fates in the comics who are beyond the control of the title character AKA the Dream King.
The series is described as a rich blend of modern myth and dark fantasy in which contemporary fiction, historical drama and legend are seamlessly interwoven”. The Sandman follows the people and places affected by Morpheus, the Dream King, as he tries to fix all the cosmic and human mistakes he’s made during his vast existence.