Some quick casting news is coming in for NBC's "Hannibal." TVLine is reporting that Ellen Muth (the soul escort, George, on "Dead Like Me,") will guest star in an episode of the forthcoming show, playing a character named Georgia. Nifty!
Good news for fans of Lance Henriksen as TVLine is reporting that he has been tapped to guest star in an episode of NBC’s Bryan Fuller-produced drama "Hannibal" in a "top secret role" which may or may not have him on the menu!
Have you ever wanted to step into the shoes of one of your favorite scream queens? Then by all means keep reading because we have the lowdown on the "Kick Up Your Heels" auction supporting the Lancaster Opera House Theatre program for arts for children and teens.
On tap for you fans of everything that goes well with fava beans and a fine Chianti is a new promotional image from Bryan Fuller’s NBC serial killer thriller “Hannibal." The table is set! Sit down and dig in!
More casting news for "Hannibal" has come in as EW is reporting that sci-fi fan favorite Gillian Anderson of “X-Files” fame is set to join Bryan Fuller’s NBC serial killer thriller “Hannibal." Read on to find out just what she'll be doing.
It was just a little while ago when David Duchovny talked about a new X-Files movie, and now his partner in supernatural crime, Gillian Anderson, is doing some talking of her own. Read on for the latest.
When it comes to television, "The X-Files" was an amazing show. When it comes to the big screen, the movies based on that show fall flatter than a flaccid ninety-year-old with an empty bottle of Viagra. Especially the last one. Could another right those wrongs?
Yep, it's that time again, kids. Time to talk about the possibility of a new The X-Files film! Today it's star Gillian Anderson who is stoking the flames of the left for dead franchise.
Know what we'd like to believe in? A movie based on "The X-Files" that's actually good. Apparently we're not the only ones either. The first chatter about a possible third film in the franchise has begun, and we can only hope that if it happens they finally get it right.
**UPDATE: Frank Spotnitz has "debunked" this rumor already in his official blog. All well and fine; just keep in mind these haven't been the most revealing of creative teams in the history of entertainment...**
Reviewed by Andrew Kasch Starring David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson, Amanda Peet, Billy Connolly, Xzibit Directed by Chris Carter
Who would have thought after the series ended in 2002 that a second film would arrive in theatres? The return of Mulder and Scully is certainly welcome, but how will it all turn out? We're hoping these two round table interviews with (1) David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson and (2) p