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Bryan Fuller Talks Bringing Hannibal to NBC

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.

David Slade Directing Hannibal Pilot

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!

First Hannibal Casting News Arrives

Weeks ago we told you that NBC had given a 13-episode order for "Hannibal" from Gaumont International Television, written and executive produced by Bryan Fuller and executive produced by Martha DeLaurentiis, and now finally the first lead has been announced.

Hannibal Given a 13-Episode Order from NBC

Now this is interesting. Without any word of casting, which you'd think would be pretty critical for a series like this, NBC has given a 13-episode order to "Hannibal" from Gaumont International Television, written and executive produced by Bryan Fuller and executive produced by Martha DeLaurentiis.

Hannibal Lecter Coming Home Via NBC

Man, television has been kicking ass lately in terms of genre fare. Hell, some TV shows are now darker and more violent than most R-rated movies, further proving that the MPAA really isn't needed. The next villain to grace the small screen will be none other than Hannibal the Cannibal himself! Pour yourself a fine Chianti and read on!

Hannibal Bringing His Evil to the Small Screen

Yes, Hannibal Rising was a true flaw in the film franchise that goes great with a fine Chianti and fava beans. It really couldn't get much worse. Or could it? We'll find out soon enough as everyone's favorite cannibal could very well be on his way to a small screen near you!

High Lane Coming to Blu-ray in June

French distributors Gaumont have announced that on June 1 they will release on Blu-ray Abel Ferry's Vertige (aka High Lane), starring Fanny Valette, Johan Libéreau, Raphaël Lenglet, and Nicolas Giraud.

Paramount and MySpace Prep Section 8

We all love social networking. Facebook, MySpace, and Twitter have had major impact on our lives. Now, courtesy of Paramount, Gaumont, and MySpace, it will also have an impact of some deaths.