Bryan Fuller’s Hannibal is coming. Here is the newest trailer for the upcoming new series. It has been confirmed for a full season run of 13 episodes. Take a lok into the minds of those quite different then ourselves.
Here is a full trailer for the upcoming new series Hannibal which will debut on April 4th on NBC. I am really looking forward to this. I am not a big fan of the books or films but I am of Bryan Fuller. Fuller created Wonderfalls and Pushing Daisies and is behind this reimagination of Hannibal Lecter in the television realm. Every show he makes has a distinct look that matches up with the vibe of the show perfectly. I like how this is looking. It feels big budget and I am very intrigued at how this 13 episode season will play out and where they will go after if it proves popular and continues on. Mads Mikkelsen is going to be scary good in this.
Here is the first trailer for Bryan Fuller’s Hannibal that will be coming to NBC shortly. A 13 episode run has been confirmed. It’s the world’s most famous serial killing cannibal doctor before he got all caught and masked and Anthony Hopkinsish. Fuller knows how to make a stylish show. This looks to be more of the welcomed same.
Don’t forget to catch the Munsters remake Mockingbird Lane tonight on NBC at 8PM. This show created by Bryan Fuller was to be a series but only the pilot was made. It is being shown as a Halloween special tonight. If it does wellmaybe maybe maybe we will get to see more. Who knows. At least you can enjoy this treat from Fuller and friends.
Bryan Fuller has brought us Pushing Daisies and Wonderfalls. He was going to bring us The Munsters remake, Mockingbird Lane as well but it was not picked up by NBC. It does have a special airing tomorrow so maybe there is still possibility there. He is going to bring us Hannibal as it has already been picked up by NBC for 13 episodes. This show stars Mads Mikkelsen as Hannibal Lecter and Hugh Dancy as Will Graham.
NBC has released this promo for Mockingbird Lane. It definitely looks like a Bryan Fuller show. It was not picked up as a series but the hour long pilot will be shown on October 26th. If it does well ratings wise it could potentially go into full production. Spread the word and tune in yourself. This Munster’s remake needs all the help it can get to rise from the grave.
It was announced last week that NBC would not be picking up Mockingbird Lane as a series even though a pilot was made and not aired. Minds have changed over at that studio as it will get a showing under the guise of a Halloween Special. Depending how it does ratings wise it could possibly still make it as a series. This show is the brainchild of Bryan Fuller (Pushing Daisies, Wonderfalls) and is looosely based on The Munsters. While the cast retain the character names their monstrous nature is more tucked away in this modern take on the occult family that lives amongst the humans. You can check out a number of stills below that show the bright yet dynamic high quality visuals Fuller is know for in his programs.
Ellen Greene who played Vivian Charles, one half of the Darling Mermaid Darlings on Bryan Fuller’s Pushing Daisies was recently interviewed by MTV Geek for her performanc ein an Off-Broadway version of Little Shop of Horrors. During the interview she was asked about the potential of Pushing Daisies returning in some way, shape or form. She had this to say:
“Actually, there’s been talk of a version of it,” said Greene, before pausing. “I’m not supposed to say anything! A possibility… A possibility of stage. I would love for Vivian to exist again. And I’m about to go participate in Bryan Fuller’s Hannibal! I forgot about that.”
(credit to MTV Geek)
Remakes are the in thing now and have been for awhile. The Munsters is being remade as Mockinbird Lane by former Pushing Daisies creator Bryan Fuller. Fuller is also doing a TV show based on Hannibal Lecter from Silence of the Lambs. Psycho too is being developed as a TV series called Bates Motel along with an Eddie Murphy starring Beverly Hills Cop episodic series. So it’s not too much of a surprise to hear that the 2001 Heath Ledger starring, A Knight’s Tale is being prepped as a potential new TV show. Brian Helgeland who wrote and directed the movie is teaming up with former Carnivale and Battlestar Galactica producer, Ronald D. Moore to bring this idea to life. A Knight’s Tale did a lot for Heath Ledger and may be the jumping off point for another young actor. No further news is available but as more is made known we will pass it along to you.
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