Neil Gaiman’s ‘Sandman’ to be read by James McAvoy, Taron Egerton, Andy Serkis, more

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Neil Gaiman’s ‘Sandman’ to be read by James McAvoy, and others

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Fans of Neil Gaiman’s works are going to have something to look forward to.

An all-star cast will be lending their voices to Audible's adaptation of the DC comic "The Sandman."

James McAvoy, who is known for his role as the younger Professor Xavier in the “X-Men” franchise, will give his voice to Morpheus.

He will be joined by Taron Egerton, Andy Serkis, Michael Sheen and Bebe Neuwirth, among others, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The first installment, which will encompass the first three volumes of the graphic novel series, “Prelude & Nocturnes,” “The Doll’s House” and “Dream Country” will be available July 15.

Gaiman is not being left out. The writer will be the story's narrator, DC Comics announced.

The story will have an original score penned by composer James Hannigan who contributed to the "Harry Potter" scores.

Netflix had planned an adaptation of the books, Entertainment Weekly reported.