The Sandman Has People Immediately ‘Obsessed’ With Tom Sturridge When It Drops On Netflix

The Sandman has just appeared on Netflix, but people are already completely in love with the leading man Tom Sturridge.

It seems that within minutes of the series landing on the streaming platform, people were taking to Twitter to express their newfound obsession with Tom, 36, who plays Dream aka Sandman aka Morpheus. .. and some other names. by.

The 11-part series is based on the Neil Gaiman comics and follows the Lord of Dreams after he escapes imprisonment by a deadly wizard and attempts to retrieve his lost gear.

People on the internet are already so obsessed with the show and its star that it’s tempting to cancel all weekend plans.

The Sandman. (L to R) Tom Sturridge as Dream, Patton Oswalt as Matthew the Raven (voice) in The Sandman episode 103. chrome Liam Daniel/Netflix © 2022

What are people saying about the show?

Tom, who made his acting debut in the 1996 TV miniseries Gulliver’s Travels, has already completely wowed fans of the show.

The actor, who also starred in Irma Vep, Sweetbitter and Journey’s End, has become the subject of many tweets, with people desperate to express their admiration for him.

From gushing about his “deep, soothing voice” to suggesting he’s “perfect” for the role, here’s what the masses are thinking…

Who else is in The Sandman?

The Sandman also stars Doctor Who’s Jenna Coleman as Johanna Constantine, Nip/Tuck’s Joely Richardson as Ethel Cripps, iconic actor and comedian Stephen Fry as Gilbert and Game of Thrones’ Gwendoline Christie as Lucifer.

The casting of Gwendoline caused a lot of discussion, with people wondering why they didn’t bring in Tom Ellis to reprise his role as the devil.

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Writer Neil responded to a fan on Twitter who asked why Tom wasn’t asked to play Lucifer.

He said, “Because his Lucifer, although inspired by Lucifer in Sandman, is so far in terms of continuity from Sandman to the end of LUCIFER, that it’s easier for everyone to go back to the comics version. And so you don’t know what our Lucifer is going to do. Tom’s is lovely.”

Stream The Sandman on Netflix now.

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