NBC's 'Hannibal' presents its first course tonight in series premiere episode "Apéritif," a bold new experiment in television as one of film's most beloved characters makes his small-screen debut in a new series from 'Pushing Daisies' creator Bryan Fuller. We've been salivating over the series for months, and even had a chance to discuss the new series starring Mads Mikkelsen and Hugh Dancy with the star himself, but how does "Apéritif" hold up? Is 'Hannibal' appetizing enough for seconds?
A few weeks ago, we were excited to catch our first look at NBC's forthcoming Bryan Fuller-directed 'Hannibal' pilot, though the trailer didn't offer much in the way of glimpses into its titular character, who said a mere two words in the brief spot. Now, Hannibal has launched a new full-length international trailer that serves up more than a hearty helping of fava beans and chianti with its liver, so get your first look at the real 'Hannibal' inside!
Over the weekend we were finally treated to a sneak peek trailer of NBC's forthcoming Bryan Fuller-helmed 'Hannibal,' even if the preview showed relatively little of the doctor himself. The new series has officially been set for an April 4 premiere, somewhat worryingly occupying the slot left behind by doctor dud 'Do No Harm,' will 'Hannibal' prove a much more palatable meal? Check out the latest creepy one-sheet poster for the new 'Hannibal' Lecter drama inside!
Well, here we are. After months of speculation and rumors, the premiere of NBC's 'Hannibal' is right around the corner and the first trailer has arrived to prove it. Can the iconic character of Hannibal Lecter be brought to the the small screen without (pardon the pun) loosing his teeth? Check out the trailer for yourself below!
There are two problems when it comes to making a movie where the main subject is sex. First of all, how do secure funding for a film that where the intended audience is adults and not teenage boys? Secondly, how do you market that films to an unsuspecting public? 'Hysteria' obviously solved problem number one, but how do they dance around problem number two? Well, check out the trailer yourself.
The moment NBC announced that they were to dip into the famous Thomas Harris canon for an original thriller set in the early days of cannibalistic villain Hannibal Lecter's relationship with Will Graham, fans everywhere couldn't wait to learn who could possibly fill the iconic mask left behind by Sir Anthony Hopkins. Well...