The entertainment industry is entranced by sequels, reboots and remakes, so it makes sense it would throw its arms around prequels. The last few years have seen the early days of Michael Meyers, Hannibal Lecter Norman Bates, and even the Wicked Witch of the West on the big screen, television and the stage, respectively. Show More Summary
In this week's episode of FX's The Bridge, viewers finally learn what happened to Sonya's (Diane Kruger) sister years ago, and about the "mistake" related to the case that brought Sonya and Hank (Ted Levine) together. "It's an interesting past, these two, in the way that they met, and it is a lot to be revealed," Levine tells TVGuide.com. Show More Summary
Today is an extraordinary day: Adriano and Ronaldo are off the hook as South American footballers with an for a bit of ill-advised nibble, and post-retirement Ronaldinho is probably safe too. Luis Suarez? Jury’s out. (Is that literal? Does he have an open court case right now? I don’t know.) Meet Edwin Hurtado, an Ecuadorian [...]
There’s a new fad in the horror genre: The “Novel Turned Film Turned TV Show”. First Robert Bloch’s novel Psycho became Alfred Hitchcock’s classic film Psycho, and is now A&E’s series Bates Motel. Then Thomas Harris’ Hannibal Lecter books were made into a vaguely connected series of films–about half of which were quite good. The [...]
Sture Bergwall was freed after 20 years. The man referred to as Sweden’s Hannibal Lecter admitted that he falsely confessed to killing at least eight people. Bergwall, also known as Thomas Quick, confessed in such detail that he was convicted of eight murders. Show More Summary
Photo by Juan Carlos Rodriguez Diego Enrique Osorno is a prominent Mexican author and poet. He has written six books, primarily focusing on the country's drug cartels, and he has an encyclopedic knowledge of Monterrey, the capital of...Show More Summary
Despite decades of fan mail from charming cannibals and Anthony Heald lovers alike, Red Dragon author Thomas Harris has never revealed who inspired his most famous creation, Hannibal Lecter. Until now lighting cracks, thunder booms In...Show More Summary
Lobster cannibalism is on the rise as climate change continues to alter the environment in which lobsters live. Marine biology graduate student Noah Oppenheim was conducting tests for the University of Maine when he discovered the cannibalism. Show More Summary
Few who follow TV had much hope at all for NBC’s Hannibal, an international co-production that aimed to take a seemingly played-out Hannibal Lecter character and build a crime procedural around him. Instead, the resulting series wasShow More Summary
When you hear the words human hair orchestra, don't you just imagine Hannibal Lecter conducting? Not so for this Unilever-sponsored stunt in the Philippines from JWT Singapore and JWT Manila. To show the strengthening effect of its Cream...Show More Summary
Experience the origin of evil in a prequel to RED DRAGON and THE SILENCE OF THE LAMBS entitled HANNIBAL RISING! Young Hannibal Lecter seeks revenge against the men that slaughtered his family during the Second World War, where he received his first taste of death and destruction. Show More Summary
Surprisingly, a lot of Hannibal Lecter fandom seems to think he's... well, not such a bad guy.
Creator Bryan Fuller has offered musician and actor David Bowie the role of Hannibal Lecter's uncle in 'Hannibal' season 2.
Hannibal ended with Will realizing the truth about Dr. Lecter, but that wasn't enough to protect him from the law. Hannibal set Will up and that left the former FBI investigator behind bars. Check out the creepiest moments from the Hannibal season 1 finale.
Submitted by F.F. Wiley via Cyniconomics blog, Paul Krugman meets Hannibal Lecter, Barack Obama stymies E.T., Ben Bernanke advises H.I. McDunnough, and more... The Silence of the Lambs Dr. Hannibal Lecter (Anthony Hopkins): A census taker once tried to test me. Show More Summary
[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from the season finale of NBC's Hannibal. Read at your own risk.] "Hello, Dr. Lecter." Those words, so familiar to fans of Thomas Harris' novels and the films they've inspired, closed the...Show More Summary
The "Hannibal" Season 1 finale made one thing clear: Dr. Lecter wins this round. But we're still betting on Will Graham.
5 things to expect from Will Graham and Hannibal Lecter in the Season 1 finale of NBC's "Hannibal."
Hannibal Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen) is a good and loyal patient in more ways than one.
The warped "friendship" between FBI profiler Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) and the secretly murderous Dr. Hannibal Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen) takes more twisted turns this week. Watch an exclusive clip from tonight's "Hannibal."