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A Magical Fairy Tale Hits the Big Screen

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A Magical Fairy Tale Hits the Big Screen

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Author Neil Gaiman talks about his fairy-tale novel, Stardust, and his role in adapting the book into a star-studded motion picture. Gaiman came to attention with the celebrated Sandman comic books and has since written several books for both adults and children.

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