Bryan Fuller: “We still hope that something can be worked out where we continue telling Hannibal Lecter stories and see The Silence of the Lambs in a way that the book hasn’t been represented. I think the film adaptation is a perfect film, but there’s a lot of interesting nooks and crannies in […]
“Right now there’s radio silence, right now he’s doing Star Trek and we need him,” he told Digital Spy. Mads added: “Would I be game [for more Hannibal]? I love him, I think he’s a genius. I would definitely find time in the calendar for Hannibal.” Source and more: Digital Spy
Bryan Fuller: “Two years after the last airing of the show, we can investigate our options […] August 2017 is when we can actually start talking about it. That’s when we would have to see what the rights are for the character and for the story, and see who’s interested […]
“It all depends on Bryan. He is the key, the base, the heart,” Mikkelsen said. “We will wait and see what happens next in his career. But we all know that we can easily pick this up in two or three years, there are breaks in the stories. We could […]
With as much as everyone involved loved being a part of Hannibal, if it was something you could find a way to revisit, at some point, would you? DANCY: Oh, totally. Bryan [Fuller] has got plenty on his plate and everybody is busy, which is fantastic, but I think we’re […]
Writing in The Hill, Hannibal exec producer Martha De Laurentiis blames pirates for killing the show: I have experienced this firsthand. When NBC decided not to renew “Hannibal” for a fourth season — a show on which I served as executive producer — it wasn’t much of a leap to connect its fate with […]
Bryan Fuller has offered an update on the status of Hannibal’s search for a new home following last night’s rather conclusive (yet slightly open-ended) series finale.
Hugh Dancy has landed a starring role on Hulu’s upcoming drama The Way, leaving Hannibal’s slim revival hopes in tatters.