By Matt O'Bryant
It was just late yesterday afternoon that The Hollywood Reporter revealed that a new writer had come on to help move the project along. Apparently that wasn't the only thing changing on the project. Less than 24 hours later, it has now been revealed that New Line's adaptation of Neil Gaiman's graphic novel Sandman is now without a star and director.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt revealed the news earlier today on his personal Facebook account, explaining the reason. Check it out below:
With Gordon-Levitt, now officially leaving the project, expect this film to most likely disappear off the radar for awhile. With Levitt being one of the only reasons for the project to get as far along in development as it has. We will keep you updated as more details emerge about this breaking story.
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SOURCE: Joseph Gordon-Levitt Facebook