Neeson's certainly up for it. Could a fourth Blade movie really happen? Jesse Eisenberg explains how his Lex Luthor is more modern than previous takes. Bryan Fuller talks expanding American Gods for television. Plus major casting news for Arrow, Agent Carter, and Escape from New York. Spoilers now! Read more...
'American Gods' co-showrunner Bryan Fuller discusses the series' production timeline and Neil Gaiman's involvement, among other topics.
It just keeps getting better: For Gods fans who might have been worried that the spirit and enormous scope of the novel would be lost in its transition to the small screen, Fuller made some statements today that should reassure even the most intense of Gaiman purists.
We learned in early July that Bryan Fuller, Michael Green and Neil Gaiman are set to executive produce a small screen adaptation of Gaiman's 2001 bestseller "American Gods". Today, CraveOnline caught up with Fuller and learned a few intriguing details about his plans for the series, which he says will likely shoot in 2015 and air in 2016.
It was a decisive win for NBC’s Hannibal, earning the title of Best Drama Series in the 2014 EWwys—EW.com’s 7th
Stop messing with our feels, Bryan Fuller. Either you're bringing back everyone's favorite pie-maker or you're not. Stop toying with our pie-motions.
"Hannibal" show creator Bryan Fuller revealed a lot more than expected for the show's upcoming season at the recent Comic-Con in San Diego. He hinted that past characters who died, or survived, will be returning, and he also revealed what will be the entire focus of season three.
Bryan Fuller gives us the scoop on the "Bound" inspired storyline for Season 3. The post Margot will get a love interest and more intel from Season 3 “Hannibal” appeared first on AfterEllen.com.
Back in May, Hannibal creator Bryan Fuller spilled some beans about the show’s upcoming third season, revealing that Will Graham is very much still alive, and teasing that the season will be far different from the previous two. Be sure...Show More Summary
At Comic-Con, Bryan Fuller spoke about what to expect in season three of the horrifyingly good drama Hannibal. But he also lightened the mood with a season two “gag” reel—a word that could mean many things when talking about Hannibal—in...Show More Summary
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As creator Bryan Fuller puts it, the last season of Hannibal “ended with everybody bleeding, and Hannibal dropping the mic and walking
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Hannibal stars Caroline Dhavernas, Scott Thompson, Aaron Abrams joined producers Bryan Fuller, Steven Lightfoot, David Slade,Martha DeLaurentiis at Comic-Con on Thursday to discuss thathorrifying cliff-hanger ending to Season 2 and tease...Show More Summary
Before we get into what Hannibal showrunner Bryan Fuller said about the show’s upcoming third season at Comic-Con, we should explicitly point out that he reveals some SPOILERS about it. We won’t make a vague reference to what he spoils,...Show More Summary
"Hannibal"is bringing many new faces to Season 3, according to showrunner Bryan Fuller. During the show's 2014 San Diego Comic-Con panel, Fuller promised that fan-favorite book characters including Lady Murasaki (who has not been cast)...Show More Summary
This evening the Fannibals take over Ballroom 20! Beginning soon is a panel for NBC’s Hannibal that will be moderated by Jonathan Ross. Expected on the panel are executive producer/creator Bryan Fuller, executive producer/writer Steven...Show More Summary
Bryan Fuller doesn’t spare Hannibal viewers the raw deal on the show and he has no intention of doing otherwise today at Comic-Con. “We’re pretty generous with the spoilers,” the showrunner refreshingly told me just before this afternoon’s panel. Show More Summary
Bryan Fuller, Michael Green will helm series based on Neil Gaiman's novel read more
Predictably, nerds went bonkers over the news that Starz is developing a TV adaptation of Neil Gaiman's best-selling prose novel, American Gods, to be helmed by Hannibal creator Bryan Fuller and Heroes scribe Michael Green. "Holy hell," io9.com declared. "We are freaking out." "Everything is good and right with the world... More »