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Both the Hannibal movies as well as the NBC television show have given fans insight into this cruel, intelligent serial killer and his iconic quotes.
It's always heart-breaking when our favorite TV shows are cancelled. Even more so when a show was great and had some major talent behind it.
The series has a ravenous fanbase but will Hannibal season 4 ever happen? Rumors suggest a fourth season could adapt The Silence Of The Lambs.
Cannibal comparison! Is Silence of the Lambs' Anthony Hopkins, or NBC's Mads Mikkelson the better on-screen Hannibal?
There's more to this Danish actor than just his portrayal of Hannibal.
Mads Mikkelsen reveals that producer Bryan Fuller is still looking for a new home for Hannibal, despite the TV series being canceled by NBC in 2015.
Former Doctor Who star David Tennant nearly took on the role of a very different sort of doctor for Bryan Fuller's NBC adaptation of Hannibal.
A teasing tweet from creator Bryan Fuller and producer Martha De Laurentiis suggests that Hannibal season 4 may be closer than previously thought.
Bryan Fuller has revealed that discussions have begun to revive the Hannibal TV series, starring Mads Mikkelsen and Hugh Dancy.
Though Hannibal has been off the air for awhile, series creator Bryan Fuller shares a story idea he has for a potential season 4.
Hannibal star Hugh Dancy says that the series might return to adapt The Silence of the Lambs, but not for 'four or five years.'
Hannibal showrunner Bryan Fuller says that he would want the series to come back not as a film, but as an occasional miniseries event.
Mads Mikkelsen gives hope to Hannibal fans everywhere, saying whenever Bryan Fuller has the time, the cast will likely return.
Hannibal producer Martha De Laurentiis, says the cancellation of Hannibal was at least partially due to online piracy.
In a recent interview, Hannibal's Hugh Dancy said that season 4 of the show would not have followed the plot of Silence of the Lambs.
From ridiculous to poignant, here are just a few movie endings that would've left us with some very different opinions...
TV drama that explores the early relationship between renowned psychiatrist Dr. Hannibal Lecter (Mikkelsen) and his patient, gifted FBI criminal profiler Will Graham (Darcy), who is haunted by his ability to sympathize with serial killers.