Who's ready for liver with a bit of fava beans and a nice chianti? Yesterday, we managed to catch our first look at NBC's upcoming Hannibal Lecter adaptation 'Hannibal,' in the form of a number of photos from Entertainment Weekly. In it, we saw the good doctor himself (Mads Mikkelsen), as well as the likes of Hugh Dancy's Will Graham and a bit of behind-the-scenes work, but what do the latest photos tease about an iconic movie moment?
For as much as we might have liked to see Bryan Fuller's 'Mockingbird Lane' be given a chance at a full series, likely the most intriguing of the director's upcoming efforts is that of 'Hannibal,' a modern prequelized take on the relationship between the iconic Dr. Hannibal Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen), and up and coming FBI agent Will Graham (Hugh Dancy). The first photos of Mikkelsen's Hannibal have been revealed, but how do they taste to fans of the classic films?
In Hollywood there is a disease that's infected many people in the industry. And that disease is called "Scheduling Conflict." In some cases it's real, in others it's a cover story for that person not working out as hoped. Alas, Mads Mikkelsen contracted "Scheduling Conflict" and will not be in 'Thor 2.'
The 2012 Cannes Film Festival has come to an end. One of the world's most famous film fests, it's a natural trendsetter, a place where many of the best films you'll see all year first gain traction. What took home the big awards this year and therefore, should immediately be on your film radar? Read on to find out!
Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleston, Anthony Hopkins, Idris Elba. What do these people have in common? They're playing Nordic gods, but they aren't actually Nordic (three are British, one Australian). So perhaps to get closer to having actual vikings playing vikings, they've talking to Danish actor Mads Mikkelsen for 'Thor 2.'