by Rebecca Pahle | 4:00 pm, February 17th, 2014
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by Rebecca Pahle | 4:13 pm, August 13th, 2013
Doug Jones! Jean Loring! Moon colonies! It’s a cast-a-pa-looza!READ MORE
by Rebecca Pahle | 10:58 am, May 31st, 2013
A few weeks back NBC went through the process of renewing, canceling, and picking up shows for their fall schedule, and Hannibal fans were a little worried to find that their show was nowhere to be found.
We can now put our fears to rest (aside from the fears caused by the show itself, that is). Hannibal is getting a second season.READ MORE
Bryan Fuller On a Possible Pushing Daisies Reunion in Hannibal, Doing a Pushing Daisies Zombie Movie
by Rebecca Pahle | 4:00 pm, May 5th, 2013
First things first, to those not watching NBC’s Hannibal: Watch Hannibal. The acting’s great, the characters are wonderful, and it’s insanely fun seeing the writers play with the fact that the audience knows Hannibal Lecter’s a killer cannibal but the characters don’t. (Said at a dinner meeting: “Next time bring your wife. I’d love to have you both for dinner.” Oh-ho-ho!)
Another reason to catch up on Hannibal, at least if you’re a Pushing Daisies fan: Some combination of Lee Pace, Kristin Chenoweth, and Anna Friel might join its cast in season two. If it gets a season two. C’mon, people. Let’s make this the Bryan Fuller show that lasts.READ MORE
by Rebecca Pahle | 11:25 am, April 29th, 2013
“I would love to do something on the Reliant. I want Angela Lansbury … Not Lansbury! I want Angela Bassett to be the captain, that’s who I would love to have, you know Captain Angela Bassett and First Officer Rosario Dawson. I would love to do that version of the show and but that’s in the future to be told.”—Bryan Fuller on whom he and Bryan Singer would cast in a new Star Trek series, if they made one.
Don’t get your hopes up, though. He also said them doing a series is “basically wishful thinking. We both would love to do a Star Trek series, and I think Star Trek is in J.J. Abrams’ purview as it should be, because I loved Star Trek, the movie, and I’m looking forward to the next one. Once again, I would love to revisit that world because I found it so creatively fulfilling but I think that’s under his guard, and if it ever came up I would jump on the opportunity.”
I just wanted to leave you with the mental image of a Star Trek series ruled over by Angela Bassett and Rosario Dawson. (And one starring Angela Lansbury, for that matter.) Can you blame me?
by Susana Polo | 12:26 pm, April 11th, 2013
Come with me, into a world of infinite possibilities. No, not the genre of science fiction. No, not the actual future lineup of the Syfy channel. This is just the projects that Syfy has announced it is putting into development, which means that they’ve got writers and producers and maybe directors and if everything miraculously works out, the channel might some day do something as awesome as Battlestar Galactica ever again.
That’s what I mean by infinite possibilities.READ MORE
by Rebecca Pahle | 12:55 pm, March 17th, 2013
The massive success of the Veronica Mars Kickstarter campaign—it’s raised $3.57 million and counting—has caused the creators of some other dear departed shows to perk up their heads and consider a fan-funded revival. One of those? Bryan Fuller, who’s expressed interest in doing a Pushing Daisies movie.
To quote the great Olive Snook: Jiminy krispies!READ MORE
by Rebecca Pahle | 6:00 pm, February 17th, 2013
Here’s the first teaser for Bryan Fuller‘s Hannibal, starring Mads Mikkelsen as the eponymous serial killer/cannibal. It looks quite a bit different from Fuller’s previous TV shows… not a drop of whimsy to be found. That said, it still looks good. Plus, Mikkelsen is just generally excellent in everything. (No one mention Clash of the Titans or Paul W.S. Anderson‘s steampunk The Three Musketeers. We don’t talk about those.)
- Bryan Fuller’s Hannibal Gets a Premiere Date, Countdown Begins Until NBC Inevitably Cancels It
- Gillian Anderson is Hannibal Lecter’s Therapist
- Gina Torres Joins the Cast of Bryan Fuller’s Hannibal. Heck. Yes.