Since I did one for the places in the Boss series, I’ll do one for the characters. These people are the physical inspirations for the Boss series characters. And this is going to be a really tall post, but I don’t want to hear it because do you know how many times I’ve had that color-of-the-sky post show up on my dash? Exactly.

Sophie Scaife (Naya Rivera) When I started writing the series, I imagined Sophie as looking like Amber Heard, but a couple of people said they imagined Naya Rivera, so… Now I’m really depressed that I described Sophie as being a white woman. But when I write, i just ignore my past stupidity and picture Naya.

Neil Elwood (Anthony Head) Let’s be real, who else was he going to be?

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anonymous asked:

Forever bitter that Anthony Dimmond was killed - especially after only an episode - cause come on, they could have had at least banged lmao. ALSO, I can't stop imagining Hannibal introducing Anthony to Will in S4 and Anthony being like: "Humm... nice you sure have good taste" and Will being like "Wtf dude stay away from my husband"

The resolution of the image was high quality, Will could see every single strand of hair on Anthony Dimmond’s well manufactured head and his smile wasn’t nearly as sleazy or as boring as Will had hoped. Clicking the mouse for more information on the deceased poet’s life, Will tapped at the trackpad of his computer a little harder than he’d prefer.

The similarities were there at first glance. The messy brown hair. The same scruffy beard Will had maintained for most of the time since knowing Hannibal. The warm clothes meant to bundle up. But where Will’s had been baggy and often hanging from his frame from unintentional weight loss and the stubborn refusal to give in and buy anything smaller, Dimmond’s were tight and form fitting.

With every new picture Will looked at he saw how well those clothes accentuated his form. He had a nice form. Better than the carved up one Will had.

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i know sebastian said that thing about hearing anthony’s voice in his head at night as a joke but honestly the way he was giggling while describing how much he loves working with anthony mackie… i gotta bring this picture back, i’m sorry

they are so necessary

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