I have added another addition to the 2014: 003 album in our photo sessions section of our photo archive. You can go to the album by clicking on the preview below.
I have added a magazine scan of Hugh in the December 1st issue of People Magazine to our photo archive. Thank you to my friend Vicki from andrew-lincoln.com for sending this our way.
I have added scans from Volume 1 of SciFiNow Annual to our photo archive. Thank you to my friend Vicki from daniel-gillies.net for sending these our way!
We live in the age of the Internet, of constant social media connectivity, and a time where every single TV show is recapped, tracked, and dissected within an inch of its life, often to the point of being anticlimactic. But there are a handful of shows that the Internet has embraced in a very special way: An un-spoil-able way. It’s a testament to the vision and creativity of the people making these shows that they can constantly tease — and give explicit details even — and still not ruin the actual viewing experience for fans. These are the four most un-spoil-able shows currently on TV:
1. Hannibal (NBC)
Hannibal boss Bryan Fuller has an insanely big mouth, in the most delightful way, but Fannibals are never shouting “Spoiler alert!” Why? Because he has mastered the art of the big tease. Fuller proved this once again right after that insane Season 2 finale — which he’d already heavily previewed in the season’s in media res opening scene — when he immediately launched into their game-changing plans for Season 3. He has since given away casting, locations, and so much more, and we can still guarantee that we’ll be at the edge of our seats each week when the show returns, screaming “What?!” And considering that the show’s twisty-turny storylines are mostly from the existing Hannibal Lecter books and movie properties, they deserve extra bonus points for keeping us all on our toes. / Source/Read More
“Hannibal” has just started production on Season 3, and like seasons past, it will divide its 13 episodes into two arcs. The first half will deal with Hannibal Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen) and Dr. Bedelia Du Maurier (Gillian Anderson) on the run overseas, and showrunner Bryan Fuller already has a plan for how it will play out visually.
“We’re actually going to be going to Italy for exteriors,” he tells Zap2it. “We’re going to be shooting in December in Florence. It’s funny because we’re turning Toronto into Lithuania, we’re turning Toronto into Paris, we’re turning Toronto into Florence and Palermo. It’s about finding interiors that give us a little bit of history and a little bit of aesthetic that gets us out of the Toronto sphere. … When you see those exteriors intercut with the interiors, the audience’s mind will just make the connection.”
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But Fuller already has some big plans beyond that for Season 3. He confirms to Zap2it that he plans to introduce “a lot of the ‘Red Dragon’ characters in the third season. We’ll be seeing Francis Dolarhyde and Molly [Foster] and Reba [McClane].”
With Fuller’s plan to have Season 4 cover “Red Dragon” territory, it’s a no-brainer that Season 3 would introduce the woman who would later become Will Graham’s wife, Molly Foster. Fuller says no actress has been cast for the role yet, since she’s going to be introduced midway through Season 3.
Source – Click to view Zap2It’s suggestions for who could follow in the footsteps of Kim Greist (“Manhunter”) and Mary-Louise Parker (“Red Dragon”)