“Honestly, there should be a museum for the two of you. It’ll be called the Schmoopie Center for Cuteness and I will be the curator, and people will line up for blocks just to delight in your deliciousness.” ~ Beverly Goldberg, ABC’s The Goldbergs
“Oh look at you no fucking way you are hilarious oh shit oh shit oh fucking….? Wait wait That is hilaaaaaarious! Ma’am in the orange, can you just ask her to step back. (Trying to take pic) All the way over there. You are fabulous! No way! That is awesome. Ohhh aww. This is amazing! (Hand her blanche diagram) Aw that’s ama.. I oh”
Gillian works closely with @childreachinternational, especially their “Taught Not Trafficked” campaign. Aiming to educate the public on sex trafficking and slavery, Childreach International hopes that, with the help and donations from individuals across the world, they can stop the awful practice of sex trafficking and slavery by promoting education in at-risk communities where children are more likely to be trafficked. With education, the doors of opportunity open for many young girls, changing future generations for the better.
Earlier this year, Gillian spoke with the United Nations on the subject of human trafficking during the release of her film “Sold,” which tells the story of a young girl sold into sexual slavery.
(After the convention, many people asked about the creation of this shirt, and whether or not I would be open to making more and selling them. I am.)
A bunch of people have asked about my feeling on the panel
and so here they are. I think the thing overall I found most interesting is how
very different it was being in the room for the first time as opposed to
watching online. I was lucky enough to be sitting with @spiritofx who was on a
platinum pass so we were up pretty close and personal, about three rows back and slightly to the right. We had a good view and so I watched the people mostly
instead of the screen which means some of the smaller things/moments I missed.
It was a very strange, surreal and honestly, at times uncomfortable way to spend 45 minutes, from the
moment DD strolled out in his white, loungewear tuxedo to Gillian’s shirt
auction and David chewing on her clothing.
I came out with very mixed emotions, the panel was what I was most excited for in the weekend and I was honestly pretty disappointed. Fortunately other things turned out to be 100x better than I had anticipated but it was very bizarre to log onto tumblr and see people who had seen the livestream yelling Gillovny confirmed/such fun etc when I was feeling so strange about the whole thing.
Having seen the gifs etc. I get why they were yelling that, there were some super cute moments and retrospectively it was an interesting experience, but it wasn’t what expected at all and here is why…
Hannibal: The Complete Series will be released on Blu-ray and DVD
on October 11 via Lionsgate. The collection compiles all three seasons of NBC’s criminally underrated show, along with the extras previously
available in the individual releases.
The series is created
by Bryan Fuller (Pushing Daisies, American Gods) and based on Thomas
Harris’ Hannibal Lecter novels. Hugh Dancy, Mads Mikkelsen, Caroline
Dhavernas, Hettienne Park, Laurence Fishburne, Scott Thompson, Aaron
Abrams, and Gillian Anderson star.
FBI Agent Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) hunts the most notorious serial killers. Graham is both gifted and cursed with an extraordinary ability: he can think like his prey, seeing what they see and feeling what they feel. While pursuing an especially troubling, cannibalistic murderer, Special Agent Jack Crawford (Laurence Fishburne) teams Graham with a highly respected psychiatrist - a man with a taste for the criminally minded: Dr. Hannibal Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen). Savor every last moment of Bryan Fuller’s beautifully acclaimed thriller with seasons one through three in Hannibal: The Complete Series.
Too many horror fans slept on this must-see series when it was on the air, so this is your chance to make up for it. Fuller and company continue to keep hope alive that we haven’t seen the last of Hannibal.