Neil Gaiman Says Live-Action ‘Coraline’ Remake Is ‘Nonsense,’ So Don’t Believe the Rumors

Neil Gaiman Says Live-Action ‘Coraline’ Remake Is ‘Nonsense,’ So Don’t Believe the Rumors
Neil Gaiman has taken to social media to shut down rumors that a live-action remake of “Coraline” is in development. Reports of a “Coraline” film started circulating on social media among fans, leading Gaiman to question what the source was for the story. Many “Coraline” fans reacted with outrage to the idea of a live-action update of Gaiman’s award-winning 2002 novella, which director Henry Selick and Laika Animation Studios turned into a beloved 2009 stop-motion movie.

“If anyone has any idea where this ‘live action Coraline’ nonsense started can you send me a link?” Gaiman asked his Twitter followers. “All I can see is thousands of upset people who have apparently all heard it from each other.”

While most fans reacted with disdain to the idea of a live-action “Coraline” remake, others began offering up casting ideas for the potential film. One popular casting idea was for “Stranger Things” actress Natalia Dyer
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