Here is the TV Series Hannibal Lector

Started by emazers, June 05, 2012, 03:14:01 AM

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Count_Zirock

Really? Random actor #35782? Good luck with that, gang!
"That's either a very ugly woman or a very pretty monster." - Lou Costello

Sean

Quote from: Count_Zirock on June 05, 2012, 04:22:49 AM
Really? Random actor #35782? Good luck with that, gang!

Should have gone with John Stamos... ::)

aura of foreboding

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I can kind of see this working.  I will be interested in seeing how this turns out. 

zombiehorror

They got me with Gillian!!

"Gillian Anderson, whose "X-Files" doctor character spent lots of time hanging around with FBI agents, will play Hannibal Lecter's psychoanalyst in NBC's Hannibal, according to Entertainment Weekly."



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mjaycox

Quote from: Count_Zirock on June 05, 2012, 04:22:49 AM
Really? Random actor #35782? Good luck with that, gang!

Mads Mikkelsen is not a random actor. He was the superb villian of "Casino Royale." His star has been slowly rising over the last few years. The wife and I saw him in a move earlier this year called "The Hunt" in which he plays a schoolteacher wrongly accused of molestation. I also thought he was very good as Rochefort in the very mediocre version of "Three Musketeers."

I think he is a very good choice. My own pick would have been for Andrew Scott, who played Moriarty on the BBC's Sherlock.

The long and the short of it however is that this is an entirely unneccessary series. Is there a more over-exposed villian in all of film than Hannibal Lector? He has lost all interest for me. Maybe this series will change my mind, but I doubt it.

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Count_Zirock

She must be the worst psychoanalyst on planet Earth if she can't figure out Lector's a murdering cannibal!
This sounds as bad as that proposed "Dr. Phibes" TV series where they wanted to turn him into a superhero.
"That's either a very ugly woman or a very pretty monster." - Lou Costello