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American Gods to be released on DVD/Blu-ray on July 31st.

Over 2 hours of Bonus Features: 

  • San Diego Comic-Con Panel Footage - Showrunners Bryan Fuller and Michael Greene are joined by Bruce Langley, Yetide Badaki, Pablo Schreiber, Ricky Whittle, Ian McShane and Neil Gaiman at a San Diego Comic-Con panel to celebrate the series
  • Ian McShane Interview - The legendary Ian McShane talks candidly about American Gods, Mr Wednesday and the freedoms a show like American Gods gains by not being on network television
  • Ricky Whittle & Emily Browning Interview - Your new favourite dysfunctional married couple, Shadow and Laura Moon, discuss their unique dynamic and what it means to them to be part of American Gods
  • American Gods Origins with Neil Gaiman - Neil Gaiman returns to Reykjavik to reminisce about how the city fuelled his fascination for Norse folklore, which in turn led to the creation of American Gods.
  • Bruce Langley Interview - Technical Boy Bruce Langley talks about the most unpredictable of the New Gods
  • Ian McShane and Ricky Whittle Interview - Having been thrust straight into the pantheon of great double acts, the men behind Shadow Moon and Mr Wednesday discuss bringing the characters to life
  • Book Vs Show - The defining question when it comes to adaptations, this featurette examines what fans of the book will get from the series and vice versa
  • New Gods - A look at the New Gods of American Gods, including Media (Gillian Anderson), Mr World (Crispin Glover) and Technical Boy (Bruce Langley).
  • Old Gods - Learn about the cultural roots of the Old Gods seen in the series, from fertility god Bilquis through to the deathly horror of Czernobog and, of course, the enigmatic Wednesday
  • What is American Gods? - Exclusive insight into the most exciting television event of the year from the cast and crew behind
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Emily Browning by Rebekah Campbell for The Last Magazine, May 2017

We’ve been having this discussion about strong, female characters and I think that a lot of people misinterpret that to mean girls who kick ass and independent women who don’t need a man, but really the strength is about characters being written in a complex and interesting way. That’s what I mean when I say I want to play strong characters, I mean characters that are written well and fleshed out well. I want to play horrible people and lovely people and weak people and stupid people. I think that’s what it’s about—we just want as much range available to us as men have had forever.