Hannibal Episode 107 “Fromage” Written By: Jennifer Schuur & Bryan Fuller Directed By: Tim Hunter Original Airdate: 16 May 2013 In This Episode... This week’s victim is Douglas Wilson, a trombone player with the Baltimore Orchestra. He is found with his neck broken, dangling almost behind him, a cello neck shoved down his mouth, throat cut open. Show More Summary
Hannibal Episode 106 “Sorbet” Written By: Jesse Alexander and Bryan Fuller Directed By: James Foley Original Airdate: 9 May 2013 In This Episode... The FBI is called in on a case that could be another Chesapeake Ripper victim. If itShow More Summary
Hannibal is without a doubt the most appetizing scripted show on television, all thanks to creator Bryan Fuller and culinary consultant Chef Jose Andres. The showrunner and chef spoke to TVGuide.com about how they make human meat look so tasty and what sets Dr. Show More Summary
Dear Mr. Fuller, First, I must thank you for enhancing our Thursday evening menu with the sumptuous feast that is "Hannibal. In one fell swoop, both palate and pallette have been expanded, and no words can properly express audience appreciation...
After five episodes of NBC’s Hannibal, it’s already fair to say creator Bryan Fuller‘s horror drama is one of the most atmospheric series on television. From the mood to the show’s bold textures, each episode leaves a cinematic impression — an impact director David Slade (Hard Candy) had a hand in sculpting. Show More Summary
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"If we were able to pull off the Kickstarter, there's a very fun zombie film that starts with a flash-flood in a cemetery," Bryan Fuller says of his plan for a "Pushing Daisies" movie.
Beaks here... For some reason, Robert Downey Jr. is hot to make a PINOCCHIO movie. He actually pitched the idea to Warner Bros a while back, and got Tim Burton attached to direct. The screenplay, originally written by Bryan Fuller and...Show More Summary
Hannibal Episode 105 “Entree” Story By: Kai Yu Wu & Bryan Fuller Teleplay By: Kai Yu Wu Directed By: Michael Rymer Original Airdate: 2 May 2013 In This Episode... In the Baltimore Institute for the Criminally Insane, inmate Dr. Gideon...Show More Summary
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Coming off Bryan Fuller’s failed “Munsters” reboot, “Mockingbird Lane,” Eddie Izzard reunites with Fuller for tonights episode of NBC’s “Hannibal.” In episode 1.06 “Entree,” Psychopath Dr. Gideon (guest star Eddie Izzard) has Will and Alana guessing. Show More Summary
The awesome producer Bryan Fuller wants to makes an awesome new Star Trek TV series. Paramount won't let him, because they're busy letting J.J. Abrams make his Trek movies. But that doesn't mean Fuller doesn't have a captain in mind should he ever get the green light: Angela Bassett. Read more...
One NBC affiliate isn't into "Hannibal." On Monday, KSL TV in Utah announced via Facebook that it was pulling the Bryan Fuller series from its...
Hm, ALF’s an alien. Is it ALF, Bryan Fuller? Please let it be ALF, Bryan Fuller. Bryan Fuller is looking for a pretty big name to join Hannibal in Season 2. Zap2it can reveal that the Hannibal showrunner plans to reach out to David Bowie for a major role if NBC gives a second season the green light. Show More Summary
Can you picture David Bowie playing the blood relative of a brilliant forensic psychiatrist and cannibalistic serial killer on… Read More
David Bowie could join Hannibal if the show is picked up for a second season and creator and executive producer Bryan Fuller can get ol’ Ziggy Stardust to agree to it. Fuller mentioned Bowie in a recent interview with Getty Images Entertainment, reported by IGN on Friday, noting that the singer would be a bit [...]Show More Summary
Although NBC has yet to give "Hannibal" Season 2 the official green light, that's not stopping writer and executive producer Bryan Fuller from thinking about who he'd like to reach out to casting-wise. "I guess my dream casting for the show would be to cast David Bowie as Hannibal Lecter?s uncle," he told Getty Images Entertainment. Show More Summary
Hannibal Episode 104 “Coquilles” Teleplay By: Scott Nimfero & Bryan Fuller Story By: Scott Nimfero Directed By: Guillermo Navarro Original Airdate: 25 April 2013 In This Episode... The local cops practically have to beg the FBI to take this case over: husband and wife are found in their motel room, dead. Show More Summary
"I guess my dream casting for the show would be to cast David Bowie as Hannibal Lecter's uncle," Bryan Fuller says. "If we get a second season I will reach out and see if there is any interest."
In the wake of last week’s tragedy in Boston, Hannibal creator Bryan Fuller called NBC and suggested the network pull the fourth episode of Hannibal from its lineup. The episode featured Molly Shannon as a villain who brainwashes children to kill other children. Show More Summary