“Dinner is served” is always a good thing to hear. Unless Hannibal Lecter is uttering those words while presenting a beautiful dish of questionable meats.
Have no fear, though, when reading Feeding Hannibal: A Connoisseur’s Cookbook, a collection of recipes inspired by the show and created by the show’s food stylist, Janice Poon, who savored the challenge of trying to create new dishes to sate the carnivores shrink.
“You must admit, [Hannibal] is unique,” Poon laughs. “His dietary requirements are unique.”
For a few minutes this morning, I felt such delight from this year’s Emmy nominations that I felt the voters responsible for them had executed their task perfectly. Master of None. The Americans. Mr. Robot. Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. black-ish. Silicon Valley. Game of Thrones.
Obviously, you should be wary of potential spoilers, but one TV fan put together a side-by-side video comparison of the first and last frames from some of the most popular series.
The beautiful unique cannibal snowflake that was NBC’s Hannibal might be gone, but now you can dine on its exquisite corpse. By which I mean: Hannibal’s wild third season hits DVD and Blu-Ray today. (And who knows: Maybe if you buy enough Hannibal DVDs, the show will live to bite again!)
Jonathan Tucker might have a broken neck. He’s not really sure. All he knows is that after spending 12 hours filming a fight scene for Kingdom, DirecTV’s hit show about mixed martial artists, something felt off.
But where did Tucker go when he wrapped? To eat a half-pound turkey burger. And considering Tucker starved himself only months ago in an effort to drop 30 pounds for the same role, the meal is a big deal. A maybe-broken neck is just the latest thing he’s done to his body in the name of his art.
Best of 2015 (Behind the Scenes): Hannibal showrunner and stars dissect the gory, glorious series finale
NBC’s Hannibal concluded this past August with a bang — or, more accurately, a splash: The season 3 (and series) finale ended with Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) and Hannibal Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen) falling off a cliff and presumbly into the sea far, far below after killing Francis Dolarhyde, also known as the Red Dragon.
Hannibal may be finished. But you can still see 30 seconds more — sort of — in this new Hannibal-themed ad for PETA shot by the former NBC series’ showrunner Bryan Fuller. Here, Hannibal costar Gillian Anderson sits at a dinner table and, well … best not to say any more.
At the start of Hannibal’s “Red Dragon” storyline several weeks ago, the show’s titular attraction, a sinister sophisticate with transgressive tastes and an allegedly enlightened mind, was humbled by a newsflash: Hannibal Lecter, cultural icon, was hurting for an audience. According to his crass and unworthy jailer, Dr. Frederick Chilton, the freaky foodie had “lost his novelty” with the public. A new flavor of the month had captured their attention, a monster with more traditional ambitions, more conventional aesthetic, and a terrible name. The Tooth Fairy.
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