Following the recent series finale of NBC’s cannibal-themed show Hannibal, creator Bryan Fuller and star Gillian Anderson teamed up with PETA to leave fans with a provocative postscript, just in time for... The post Gillian Anderson’s Gruesome ‘Hannibal’ Spot Gives Meat-Eaters Food for Thought This Holiday Season appeared first on PETA.
Hannibal mastermind and pescatarian Bryan Fuller—a guy who knows a thing or two about the visceral thrills and disgusts offered by the wonderful world of meat—has contributed his talents to a new campaign supporting People For The Ethical Treatment Of Animals. Show More Summary
In an interview earlier this year, Bryan Fuller told EW that making Hannibal made him "realize that human beings and other animals have more similarities than differences." It had a direct impact on how I view meat and what...
Though NBC woefully canceled Hannibal for not being The Blacklist enough, Bryan Fuller has a treat for fans missing his macabre sense of humor and Gillian Anderson's Dr. Bedelia Du Maurier. Fuller directed a PETA ad starring Anderson, inspired by his recent transition to being a pescatarian. Fuller told EW that writing... More »
The CW has planted a Seed (app) in Roku from which a Lily (and Vivian) has sprung—Variety reports that the network has teamed up with Roku to resurrect the composted-too-soon Pushing Daisies. All 22 episodes of Bryan Fuller’s delightful...Show More Summary
In an interview earlier this week with Crave, American Gods producer Bryan Fuller explained that the highly-anticipated Starz series will aim for the kind of intricacy seen within the MCU.
The Starz adaptation of Neil Gaiman's fantasy novel aims to be "as detailed and integrated as the Marvel Universe is," teases co-showrunner Bryan Fuller.
New details are emerging about the upcoming Starz adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s “American Gods,” as Bryan Fuller spoke recently about what fans can expect from the series. In an interview with Crave, Fuller spoke a little about the overarching direction of the series, saying: “Potentially what we’re...
The creator of "Dead Like Me" and "Pushing Daisies" chats with SPINOFF about teaming with Steven Spielberg, and his hopes for "Hannibal."
Yesterday, word broke that Bryan Fuller was bringing the sci-fi anthology show Amazing Stories back to life. Now, you can watch the entire first season of the original 80s series over on NBC. Read more...
At a time when anthology television series such as American Horror Story, True Detective and Fargo are such hits, it’s surprising that shows like The Twilight Zone and The Outer Limits aren’t getting the remake treatment. However, that...Show More Summary
'Hannibal' showrunner Bryan Fuller and the producers of 'Grey's Anatomy' are bringing Steven Spielberg's 'Amazing Stories' back to TV.
The '80s anthology series that featured the work of famous directors will be brought back by the "Hannibal" producer and Amblin TV.
Fuller's next and latest project is revamping the 80s anthology series Amazing Stories for NBC. The original series, which was created by Steven Spielberg, ran for two seasons, and told a collection of wild fantasy and sci-fi tales that ranged from suspenseful to amusing.
While fans continue to mourn the loss of NBC's brilliant Hannibal, Bryan Fuller has moved on to other projects. Not only is he at work on adapting Neil Gaiman's bestselling American Gods, but, as Deadline reports, Fuller is now returning to NBC to revive a short-lived anthology show from the... More »
Bryan Fuller is developing a reboot of Amazing Stories for NBC, Entertainment Weekly reports. The Hannibal showrunner will executive-produce and write the pilot of the anthology series, which recounts a different supernatural, fantastical, horrific or bizarre story each episode a la The Twilight Zone... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Bryan Fuller Amazing Stories
Deadline reports that Universal TV is remaking Steven Spielberg’s 1985 horror/sci-fi/fantasy anthology series Amazing Stories for NBC — and Hannibal’s Bryan Fuller is returning to the …Read More
HANNIBAL Mastermind Bryan Fuller Developing AMAZING STORIES Remake!! Read the full article on AICN I am – Hercules!! The amazing part may be that Steven Spielberg apparently has no involvement. Spielberg’s “Twilight Zone” movie came out in 1983. Show More Summary
Hannibal creator Bryan Fuller is returning to NBC, a move that suggests that all his claims about bearing the network no ill-will for canceling his cult-favorite series were actually true—or at least that Stockholm syndrome might have set in. Show More Summary
It’s been 30 years since NBC debuted the Steven Spielberg-produced anthology series Amazing Stories. Like nearly every other ’80s film and TV series, it seems, now it’s coming back. Hannibal creator Bryan Fuller is set to write and executive...Show More Summary