"I'm delighted to be working with David and Michael again and, of course, with Steve -- bringing a little film noir menace to such an exciting project. Being bad never felt so good!" Gatiss said in a statement.
"To be asked to fly to Cape Town with Mark and meet up with old friends David and Michael working on a script from the genius mind of Neil Gaiman...? Well, you had me at Cape Town. Glozier and Harmony are a small piece of the jigsaw, but, hopefully, one which will fit nicely into place," Pemberton added.
"Part of the joy of Good Omens is getting to see what our angel and demon have been doing during human history. And part of the joy as a writer is writing parts with specific actors in mind. Steve Pemberton was my only choice for Glozier and Harmony has to be Mark Gatiss, in a film noir interlude set in 1941," Gaiman remarked.
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