And lo, Hannibal has come to a very permanent-seeming end, closing out Season 3 with a redux of the Red Dragon arc that saw its two leads on a very literal cliffhanger, and another character losing quite a bit of limb. Continually optimistic about a movie wrap-up, creator Bryan Fuller talks his idea for Season 4 and the inevitable Silence of the Lambs treatment, which may or may not involve Ellen Page and David Bowie.
Hannibal may yet enjoy his last meal later on tonight with the airing of Season 3 finale “The Wrath of the Lamb” (or on Saturday for American viewers), and we may have a taste of the fourth season. Our beloved cannibal appears to be on the lam (heh) once more in a new trailer for the Season 3 finale.
The recent casting of Hannibal star Hugh Dancy in a new Hulu drama put yet another nail in the coffin of Bryan Fuller’s magnum opus, though we still have at least two more installments before the Red Dragon arc comes to an end. See for yourself, as Dr. Lecter finally get his iconic mask in the first photos of August 22 (series?) finale “The Wrath of the Lamb!”
NBC may have dumped the remainder of Hannibal Season 3 on Saturdays, but Dr. Lecter and co. will not go quietly, moving into full Red Dragon territory for the final six episodes of the season. Our first spoilery photos have arrived, as Hannibal finally faces life behind glass, while Francis Dolarhyde begins his reign of Tooth Fairy terror.
Following the revealing (really, really revealing for some) panel at Comic-Con, NBC has released that new trailer for Season 3 of Hannibal, giving us a long, suitably creepy look ahead at the remaining episodes and teasing the highly-anticipated Red Dragon arc. But the Red Dragon isn’t the only surprise the new trailer offers: we’re also jumping ahead three years in time.
The future of NBC's Hannibal has been cloudy of late, but its clear presence at Comic-Con 2015 should send a message on the show's The future of NBC’s Hannibal has been cloudy of late, but its clear presence at Comic-Con 2015 should send a message on the show’s enduring fandom. Bryan Fuller and co. took the stage to preview Hannibal’s delectable future, including its Season 4 fate and the upcoming Red Dragon saga, and we have your full report. enduring fandom. Bryan Fuller and co. took the stage to preview Hannibal's delectable future, including its Season 4 fate and the upcoming Red Dragon saga, and we have your full report.
Hannibal buzz has spelled plenty of doom and gloom in recent weeks, with Season 4 seeming less and less likely, though we at least have nine incredible hours to go in Season 3. And who better to testify to that, than “The Great Red Dragon“ himself? A new synopsis previews Hannibal’s adaptation of the classic Thomas Harris novel, but be warned of spoiling future episodes!
NBC’s Hannibal will return for a third course as soon as June 4, but the lion’s share of promos have focus on the dark doctor’s new life abroad. Now, the newest look at Bryan Fuller’s third season introduces The Hobbit star Richard Armitage as the famed Red Dragon, simultaneously spoiling a few more outcomes from the Season 2 finale bloodbath.
Just yesterday ‘Hannibal’ season 3 served up a hearty appetizer in the form of its first trailer, but it seems Bryan Fuller’s dark and dreamy drama has yet another bloody morsel to offer. ‘True Blood’ star Rutina Wesley will de-fang for an arc as another major ‘Red Dragon’ character, but what’s her connection to ‘The Hobbit’ star Richard Armitage’s Francis Dolarhyde?
NBC’s darkly delicious ‘Hannibal’ lost one of its more headline-grabbing stars for season 3 when Joe Anderson replaced ‘Boardwalk Empire’’s Michael Pitt as literary villain Mason Verger, but Bryan Fuller’s “remix” series has added another dish in his wake. Fresh off ‘The Battle of the Five Armies,’ ‘The Hobbit’ star Richard Armitage will play ‘Hannibal’'s incarnation of ‘Red Dragon’ villain Francis Dolarhyde.