The second season of Bryan Fuller's NBC 'Hannibal' ended in such a way as to leave the third season hanging in dire straits, with a difficult guessing game of who survived to hunt the good Dr. Lecter another day. And while Laurence Fishburne's involvement with ABC's 'Black-Ish' made Jack Crawford among the more questionable survivals, Fishburne confirms he will return for 'Hannibal' season 3, albeit in a slightly different role.
Writer-director William Eubank always wanted to make a film that turned audiences on their heads, and he’s done that with ‘The Signal,’ a film which, on the surface, sees a trio of teens chasing down a hacker but are forever changed by what they encounter.
While moviegoers will surely be left with just as many questions leaving the theater as they had coming in, the intricacies of this mind-bender are not something Eubank would like to discuss – at least not yet – as he has plans, however far back in his mind for the moment, of exploring these answers in ‘The Signal 2.’
The 'Hannibal' season 2 finale "Mizumono" got unexpectedly (or expectedly) bloody this past weekend, while series creator Bryan Fuller already assured us of things getting even wilder in season 3 with the good doctor on the run. Rather than chew off our own faces in anticipation, wouldn't you prefer a delectable eight-minute gag reel of season 2 to hold us over?
One might exit the theater after seeing 'The Signal' and feel compelled to run down a list of its seeming influences. 'Chronicle,' 'Dark City,' 'The Island' and John Byrne's acclaimed 'Next Men' comic of the early 1990s all spring to mind, not to mention scores of movies where a bunch of teens foolishly go somewhere dangerous and isolated when logic says they should turn around and run. But in the thick of it, William Eubank's low-budget sci-fi/horror/thriller is so focused on keeping you in the dark (despite its bright white walls) that these influences don't seem so obvious. The simplicity and elliptical nature of the script and the empathy from the actors (namely relative newcomer Brenton Thwaites) sustains this crafty and modestly budgeted film's hook. You kinda sorta know what's going on from the start, but the movie is sharp enough to toy with you, making it a good deal of fun.
While we're more concerned with ABC's renewal of Marvel's 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' and an official series order for 'Agent Carter,' the network had plenty more to offer in advance of its Upfront presentation next week. Not only will such staples as 'Modern Family' and 'Scandal' return, but freshman comedy 'The Goldbergs' has officially earned an additional season, in addition to such pilots as 'Guardians of the Galaxy' star Karen Gillan's 'Selfie.'
If you watch Focus Features' 'The Signal' trailer hoping to find out exactly what the movie is about, you're probably in for a bit of a surprise. Although this is clearly a science-fiction thriller full of all kinds of creepy and gory alien imagery, the trailer puts tone first and foremost. And you know what? We're sold on the tone.
‘Hannibal’ season 2 serves a third course with its latest installment, “Hassun,” as Will Graham (Hugh Dancy)'s trial becomes complicated by an apparent copycat killer, while Jack finds his loyalty called into question by the FBI for his lingering doubt.
Last week’s ‘Hannibal’ episode “Sakizuke” saw Will helping the FBI identify their latest killer from within his cell, while Dr. Bedelia du Maurier (Gillian Anderson) began to shift allegiances against Hannibal Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen) -- so how does the third course of ‘Hannibal’ season 2 taste?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Hannibal’ season 2, episode 3, “Hassun!”
‘Hannibal’ season 2 serves a first course with its premiere episode, “Kaiseki,” as Hannibal Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen) steps into Will Graham (Hugh Dancy)'s shoes as the FBI's new criminal profiler, while Will himself struggles to remember how it is Hannibal landed him behind bars..
Last year’s ‘Hannibal’ finale “Savoureux” saw Will become a suspect in the murder of Abigail Hobbs, while the team searched for exonerating evidence and Will realized that Hannibal may have set him up, so how does the first course of ‘Hannibal’ season 2 taste?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Hannibal’s second season premiere, “Kaiseki!”
A few days ago we caught an early look at the February 27 premiere of 'Hannibal' season 2, but given all the darkly delicious drama, we couldn't help indulging another taste, or four. Check out a hearty helping of new clips from this Friday's 'Hannibal' season 2 premiere "Kaiseki," including one that threatens to turn the entire series on its head!
At long last, we're just over a week away from the season 2 premiere of NBC's darkly delicious prequel drama 'Hannibal,' But the Bryan Fuller-crafted series has never been one to lack in appetizers. Get your first taste of the February 27 premiere "Kaiseki" with the first clip of the new season between Hannibal (Mads Mikkelsen) and Jack (Laurence Fishburne), ominously referring to Will in the past tense!