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Bryan Fuller Talks American Dogs—Er, Gods; Wants to “Get Back in Bed” With the Hannibal Cast


Can't say I blame him.

During an interview with Uproxx, Hannibal showrunner Bryan Fuller talked about saying goodbye to the series after its untimely cancellation earlier this year:

There are still tales to be told with Hannibal Lecter and Will Graham. It feels like a novel has closed, but that’s not to say another one won’t be written. In my mind I see the next step so clearly, and if we’re able to relaunch in couple of years and do Silence of the Lambs with Mads Mikkelsen, I would be all over it […] I would cherish working with Mads Mikkelsen and Hugh Dancy in these roles again. The rest of the cast is amazing, and I would love to get back in bed with all of them.

He also talked about what pre-production has been like so far on Starz’s American Gods:

We’ve got a wonderful room on American Gods. It’s so fascinating for all of us who are curious about religion and mythology. To be able to weave those two and take an interesting look at religion from the perspective of the gods themselves. Maintaining the personality of those gods as we know them. Learning a thing or two about what they actually stand for.

For more insight into what American Gods has in store, head over to Uproxx. For cute pictures of the American Gods creative team and their American Dogs, check out Twitter.

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