I guess I just can’t get over the fact that...

Bryan and Hugh wrote the lines of the last scene with each other, and then together Mads and Hugh created the whole feel of it, and I think we can all agree that scene is one of all of our favorites. It was just such a beautiful, collaborative effort and a real love letter to us, and the characters, and themselves, and reflects on just how much we all really grew together. The show needed us and we needed the show, and we gave to the show and the show gave to us, and within in the show they all gave to each other creatively. 

BASICALLY, Hannibal is just really like nothing else that exists. When we went to The Path panel at Paley, the showrunner felt so against the notion of this collab thing, and I know that’s how it is in most cases.  Writers don’t want comments from their actors, and then, mostly actors don’t care enough to want to think about it, just want to accept what’s written. And no one really wants to hear it from the fans most of the time.


(Thoughts based off this article: http://www.digitalspy.com/tv/hannibal/news/a816083/bryan-fuller-reflects-on-the-end-of-hannibal-season-4-movie/)

Originally posted by bonearenaofmyskull

me, remembering that hannibal has a chance of coming back:

me, remembering that hannigram is canon:

me, remembering that alana and margot survived instead of being uselessly killed off:

me, remembering that we have a bomb ass director who supports us and genuinely cares about our opinions/thoughts even though he’s super busy and still wants the show back just as much as we do:

I love how we see Will “aching” for Hannibal in 3x09 but Will doesn’t know what the feeling is

and then when Bedelia asks him in 3x12

And the fucking background goes black and it zooms in on his face and he’s got those tears brimming in his eyes with that realization of “Oh…that’s what the feeling is” after like 7 YEARS AND ITS JUST THE MOST DRAMATIC FUCKING THING EVER



Hannibal - Homages / Influences from Kubrick and Bergman

  • 1.01 “Apéritif” - The Shining (1980)
  • 1.07 “Sorbet″ - The Shining (1980)
  • 3.02 “Primavera″ - The Shining (1980)
  • 2.10 “Naka-Choko“ - Persona (1966)
  • 1.12 “Relevés“ - Persona (1960)

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