Ever since NBC announced that it was moving forward on a Bryan Fuller-helmed, Bryan Singer-directed reboot of the classic 'Munsters' family titled 'Mockingbird Lane,' people have been curious what kind of format it might take. Lighthearted comedy? Visually distinct drama? Those on hand at Comic-Con 2012 were treated to a special preview of the series, but now a few details of the upcoming series have shed light on what viewers should expect.
It's hard to think that an entire generation of young folk are more intimately familiar with the 'Star Trek' of J.J. Abrams' reboot franchise, given the decades worth of 5+ TV series, and 10 resulting films, but the idea of bring 'Star Trek' back to TV is hardly a new one. So what are the odds of seeing that materialize in the near future?
Even though Jonathan Demme's infamous 'Silence of the Lambs' adaptation came out all the way back in 1991, most anyone today with the slightest pop culture recognition could pick out Anthony Hopkins' iconic interpretation of the dastardly Dr. Hannibal Lecter. So if NBC's upcoming 'Hannibal' reboot explores the character's earlier years opposite Will Graham, could Lecter's villainous ways really stay secret for long?