More casting news has come in for the NBC series based upon the exploits of the infamous character created by Thomas Harris, "Hannibal." Camelot actress Lara Jean Chorostecki has joined the cast of the series to play Freddie Lounds, the sleazy tabloid reporter.
Some quick casting news is coming in for the NBC series based upon the exploits of the infamous character created by Thomas Harris, "Hannibal", and we've got the word on just what female will be taking the lead on the show. Dig it!
More possible casting news has come in for the NBC series based upon the exploits of the infamous character created by Thomas Harris, "Hannibal", and we've got all the latest for you right here with some fava beans and a fine chianti!
To say that we're excited to see Neil Marshall's take on the Dracula tale The Last Voyage of the Demeter is a bit of an understatement. The man knows how to do period pieces like no other, and he's not shy about the red stuff either.
The search is over for NBC with regard to finding the right actor to portray the nefarious Hannibal the Cannibal in the network's upcoming series "Hannibal." Read on for all the latest details on the man who will be served up some fava beans with a fine chianti.
Good news for everyone looking to enjoy some quality TV time with a much beloved cannibal: NBC and Sony are set to bring their show "Hannibal" to everyone, just about everywhere, in every language. Read on for the details.
It's been over a year since last there was anything to report on the Dracula tale The Last Voyage of the Demeter, but holy cow, has some really cool news sailed on in. News that has us grinning from ear-to-ear!
Director David Slade has given us a lot of good cinema thus far. He's brought us the riveting revenge flick Hard Candy as well as 30 Days of Night and even managed to make the most watchable flick in the Twilight Saga. That couldn't have been an easy task. So, what's next?
It's going to be very interesting to see just how Bryan Fuller and company intend to bring the nefarious Hannibal the Cannibal to the small screen. Recently Fuller shed some light on the transition.
And the good news keeps rolling in for NBC and its 13-episode order for "Hannibal" from Gaumont International Television, written and executive produced by Bryan Fuller and executive produced by Martha DeLaurentiis. A director with some real chops will be at the helm of the show's pilot!
Director Xavier Gens took a moment to share with fans a bit of concept art from his flick Cold Skin that features the flick's monster. David Slade was once attached to direct this adaptation of the Albert Sánchez Piñol novel before Gens took the reigns.
A quick update coming in for the long talked about feature Cold Skin. Director David Slade is no longer attached to the flick, and filling his spot will be Frontier(s) director Xavier Gens.
Now that The Twilight Saga is well behind him and he's looking ahead to the future, we thought for sure that director David Slade's next project would be the much talked about The Last Voyage of the Demeter. But then that blind pest Daredevil came into the picture, and we've all been left wondering: Will the Dracula tale ever set sail?
There was a point in time a few years ago in which Jude Law was showing up just about everywhere in movies. It was driving us absolutely batty. Even movies he wasn't advertised in, the dude would end up showing up!
Man, how things change over time. When we first covered The Last Voyage of the Demeter, Marcus Nispel was set to direct. Thankfully we dodged that bullet because everything would have been orange and riddled with lens flares. Now there's talk of some new and very competent blood to take the helm.