Netflix's new series, "Stardust," is a show about a young man who returns to his small town in Texas after being gone for ten years. He discovers that his childhood home is now abandoned, and the only people left in town are those who are too old or too damaged to leave. The show is an exploration of what it means to come home and find that everything has changed. It is also a story about family, friendship, and second chances.

Did you know that "Stardust" was actually based on a novel by Neil Gaiman? It's true! If you're a fan of the movie or of Gaiman's work in general, then you'll definitely want to check out this list of behind-the-scenes facts about the making of "Stardust." From casting decisions to set design, these fun facts will give you a unique look at one of your favorite movies. So, if you're ready to take a trip down memory lane, read on!

BEHIND-THE-SCENES FACTS All the princes' clothing has their Roman numeral as a pattern The Princes of Stormhold each wear their birth order number on their clothing. Septimus' vest even has the number seven on his buttons.

BEHIND-THE-SCENESFACTS Captain Shakespeare's flying ship is named Caspartine It was named after the director Matthew Vaughn's children, Clementine and Caspar.

BEHIND-THE-SCENES FACTS Septimus travels in a group of seven True to his name, Septimus has a party of seven. Compare this to his brother, Primus, who travels alone.

BEHIND-THE-SCENES FACTS The director was sick of children's movies Director Matthew Vaughn told Char- lie Cox that after watching enough movies with his children, I want to make a kids' film for adults  an adult film for kids.

Source: Vanity Fair

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