'Hannibal' Almost Cast David Tennant Over Mads Mikkelsen
David Tennant broke bad with Marvel’s Jessica Jones, but the former Doctor Who star nearly played an even more delicious villain. According to Tennant, he and Bryan Fuller discussed the titular role of Hannibal before Mads Mikkelsen signed on.
Watch an Actual Surgeon Break Down Film and TV Surgery Scenes
“Something tells me that these guys are not real doctors.”
Jodie Foster Returns to 'Silence of the Lambs' for Colbert Sketch
We’re out here waiting for new Hannibal, and Stephen Colbert brings back the OG Silence of the Lambs. Watch Jodie Foster return to her most iconic role, as a new Late Show sketch sees Clarice Starling confront a familiar face regarding the Trump/Russia investigation.
'Hannibal' Producer Confirms Revival Talks With Bryan Fuller
A good meal comes together at its own pace, but it really might be time to pick up ingredients for Hannibal’s return. Executive producers now confirm showrunner Bryan Fuller’s recent update on revival talks, as well that Silence of the Lambs might be in the mix.
'Hannibal' Revival in 'Conversations,' Bryan Fuller Confirms
Both American Gods and the general ubiquity of Mads Mikkelsen have satiated our Hannibal hunger over the last year, but is a revival any closer? Maybe so, as creator Bryan Fuller reveals some very early “conversations” have begun, even if they don’t lead anywhere just yet.
'Hannibal' Season 4 Would Have Had Meaty Margot Verger Plot
We’re deep enough in the woods of Bryan Fuller’s American Gods that Hannibal feels almost like a dream. Fuller isn’t giving up hope on a fourth season, however, teasing that one major storyline would have been all about “Margot Verger taking down the meat industry as a hot, powerful lesbian.”
These ‘Silence of the Lambs’ Secrets Go Great With Fava Beans
Everyone remembers Anthony Hopkins’ famous line as Hannibal Lecter in The Silence of the Lambs: “A census taker once tried to test me. I ate his liver with some fava beans and a nice Chianti.” But did you know all three of those foods he mentions contain tyramine, a substance that can be deadly when taken with MAO inhibitors, the exact kind of drugs a mentally ill man like Lecter would likely have been prescribed. That’s just one of the delicious facts featured in the latest episode of You Think You Know Movies!
'Hannibal' Star Hugh Dancy Says Revival Might Take 4-5 Years
It became quickly apparent in the week s and months after Hannibal’s NBC demise that its top-tier talent wouldn’t stay unemployed for long, potentially threatening a revival. Creator Bryan Fuller is game for a miniseries when Silence of the Lambs rights revert this year, though star Hugh Dancy thinks it’d take significantly longer to see Hannibal again.