Gwendoline Christie is no stranger to iconic book franchises and their TV adaptations, so it's no surprise that she's taking the pressure of starring in the long-awaited adaptation of Neil Gaiman's beloved comic series with ease. «I think it's always interesting when you're dealing with material that people really love and they have an invested relationship, but that's also what makes it enticing,» Christie told ET when asked about joining another beloved series with a large fandom. «There's already an audience there that really wants to see that story brought to life.
But I find that I have to go back to the character. It isn't helpful for me to think about that, otherwise, I wouldn't be able to do it.
But it's heartwarming to know that there's already a whole world of people that have a meaningful relationship with the material.»The and alum stars in Netflix's new series as Lucifer Morningstar, the cunning ruler of Hell and one of the universe’s most powerful angels.Tom Sturridge, Kirby Howell-Baptise, Vivienne Acheampong, Stephen Fry, Boyd Holbrook, Charles Dance, Asim Chaudhry, Jenna Coleman, David Thewlis, Joely Richardson and Mason Alexander Park also star in the series, with voice work from Patton Oswalt and Mark Hamill.
Fans met a different version of 's Lucifer before — Tom Ellis famously portrayed the devious fallen angel on the 2016 television series, which made its way to Netflix as a revival after initially being canceled.Read more on etonline.com