USA: Join Neil Gaiman In Hollywood For Special Advanced Screening Of Good Omens



Good Omens writer and showrunner Neil Gaiman will be present for a special advanced screening of  the new Amazon Prime celestial comedy later this month. The screening will take place at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery in LA in partnership with Cinespia on Friday 17th May from 6.30pm.

The iconic cemetery will become equal parts Eden and inferno with angelic photo moments and wickedly wonderful surprises around every corner. As an added divine treat, complimentary food will be available while supplies last, from your favourite heavenly goodies to the most delightfully devilish treats, complimentary concessions, and cash beer and wine bars. 

The event is free, but tickets will be required, available in advance here

In Good Omens, the impending apocalypse causes an unlikely partnership between a fussy angel (played by Michael Sheen) and a free-wheeling demon (David Tennant), who after 6,000 years have become fond of earthly delights. The fate of the world rests on the Antichrist, who just happens to be an eleven-year-old boy. Can the forces of heaven and hell come together to change the fate of life and the hereafter? 

The cast also includes Adria Arjona, Miranda Richardson, Jon Hamm, Michael McKean, Jack Whitehall and Anna Maxwell Martin. The six part series is based on the 1990 novel by Neil Gaiman and the late Terry Pratchett and launches on Amazon Prime worldwide on May 31st. 



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