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Neil Marshall and Vincenzo Natali: horror hounds know the former for his directing of The Descent, Dog Soldiers, Doomsday, and more, while the latter brought Splice, Haunter, Cube, and the "U is for Utopia" segment of ABCs of Death 2 to life on the big screen. These two creative horror genre minds bring their skills to the always dangerous dinner table of NBC's Hannibal, as showrunner Bryan Fuller has revealed Marshall and Natali directed select episodes of the third season. Also unveiled are the titles of four season three episodes, one of which should sound very familiar to fans of Thomas Harris' 1981 novel and the 2002 (second) film adaptation of the same name.
On his Twitter page, Fuller announced that Vincenzo Natali directed the first three episodes of Hannibal Season 3, respectively titled "Antipasto", "Primavera", and "Secondo." Fuller then revealed that Neil Marshall helmed "The Great Red Dragon", the eighth episode of season three. »
- Derek Anderson
Director: Alexandre Aja
Running Time: 120 minutes
Horns is an interestingly bonkers adaptation of Joe Hill’s novel of the same name and director Alexandre Aja has created something refreshing original that may not blow the bridges in terms of narrative, it certainly plays with many genres and becomes a ‘tragic comedy horror’ which has a very quirky, entertaining edge alongside a deep truth of love and commitment underneath.
When Iggy (Daniel Radcliffe) is accused of killing his one true love Merrin (Juno Temple), he heads out on a drinking spree as he’s realized no one believes him when he says he’s innocent. Basically, even his families aren’t very convincing in helping him on his quest to clear his name. »
- Dan Bullock
The 14th edition of the Tribeca Film Festival taking place from April 15 to April 26 in New York City has announced the films selected for screening in the Spotlight screening section.
Co-sponsored by Brookfield Place and The Lincoln Motor Company, Spotlight is destination for today’s most talked about themes and filmmakers and will feature 40 films: 23 narratives and 17 documentaries with 24 of those films being world premieres. Debuting new work from master directors such as the Taviani Brothers (Caesar Must Die), Michael Winterbottom (The Trip To Italy), and Neil Labute (Death At A Funeral), audiences will also be introduced to new voices like first time director Henry Hobson’s Maggie and Pray The Devil Back To Hell producer Abigail Disney’s directorial debut The Armour Of Light.
- Sacha Hall
Based on the bestselling novel by Joe Hill (that’s horror maestro Stephen King’s son), Horns is a spellbinding gothic fairy tale that tackles lost love and the pits of human nature to deliver one of the most enjoyable horror flicks in some time.
Ig Perrish (Daniel Radcliffe) wakes up one day to find he has grown a set of horns that grant him strange abilities. Haunted by the brutal murder of his girlfriend (Juno Temple) and hounded by the people of his town who blame him, he decides to use those abilities to help exact his brtal revenge on the true killer. As Ig quickly unravels the conspiracy, people can’t help confiding in him- and more often than not acting out- their most primal desires. »
- Phil Wheat
After pushing the third season back to this summer, NBC has now announced that Hannibal will return to the network for its latest run of episodes on Thursday, June 4th…
Hannibal season three features Mads Mikkelsen (Hannibal Lecter), Laurence Fishburne (Jack Crawford), Hugh Dancy (Will Graham), Caroline Dhavernas (Alana Bloom), Gillian Anderson (Bedelia Du Maurier), Raul Esparza (Frederick Chilton), Joe Anderson (Mason Verger), Richard Armitage (Francis Dolarhyde), Tao Okamoto (Chiyoh), Nina Arianda (Molly Graham), Rutina Wesley (Reba McClane) and Glenn Flesher (Cordell), while Zachary Quinto has recently been announced for a guest role.
- Gary Collinson
NBC has announced a June 4th return date for Hannibal, releasing two new posters. The first shows Dr. Maurier (Gillian Anderson) taking in the sights during her European "vacation" with Dr. Lecter. The second poster shows Hannibal (Mads Mikkelsen) himself suited up on a new ride. Together, these images tease what could be the best run of episodes yet.
As Hannibal moves into Season 3, it's clear that the original Thomas Harris novels Hannibal and Hannibal Rising will continue to be used in furthering the overarching narrative. This time out, Dr. Lecter and his partner Dr. Bedelia Du Maurier will find themselves chased throughout Europe by Will Graham (Hugh Dancy). The story picks up nearly a year after the violent events witnessed in the Hannibal Season 2 finale.
Mark your calendars, make your dinner party arrangements, and sharpen your carving knives: NBC's Hannibal Season 3 will premiere on Thursday, June 4th, at 10:00pm Est.
The announcement was made via the show's Facebook page, on which a photo of the cycle-riding, on-the-run (presumably in Florence, Italy) Dr. Hannibal Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen) was posted (image shown below).
It was recently revealed that Zachary Quinto will star in a minimum of one episode in the upcoming third season of Hannibal. Quinto (NBC's The Slap, Spock in Star Trek: Into Darkness, American Horror Story: Asylum, Heroes) will play a "patient of Bedelia’s (Gillian Anderson)."
In other, previously announced Hannibal Season 3 casting news, it was revealed in late January that Glenn Fleshler (True Detective) will play Cordell Doemling, a familiar name to fans of Thomas Harris' books and the Hannibal Lecter movies. For those unfamiliar, Cordell Doemling is the verbally »
- Derek Anderson
The "Star Trek" and "Heroes" actor will play a patient of Dr. Bedelia Du Maurier (Gillian Anderson) in at least one episode of the new season. Quinto previously worked with show runner Bryan Fuller on "Heroes" and is currently in NBC's event series "The Slap".
The third season of the show will incorporate a number of characters from Thomas Harris' "Red Dragon" and "Hannibal" novels including Rutina Wesley as Reba McClane, Joe Anderson as Mason Verger, Richard Armitage as Francis Dolarhyde and Nina Arianda as Molly Graham. »
- Garth Franklin
Star Trek's Zachary Quinto will join Hannibal in season 3 for at least one episode. Quinto, from The Slap and American Horror Story will guest star on the NBC cut-em-up prequel series to The Silence Of The Lambs.
The actor will play a patient of Dr Bedelia Du Maurier, played by Gillian Anderson. Anderson’s role on The X-Files was loosely based on Jodie Foster’s FBI agent in the serial killer classic film. There is some speculation that Quinto may be part of a flashback to when Du Maurier killed a patient while under the influence of the good doctor with the taste for fava beans.
Nina Arianda, »
Quinto will play a patient of Dr. Bedelia Du Maurier (Gillian Anderson) in at least one episode of the upcoming season, according to EW.
Season three of “Hannibal” will feature a number of characters from Thomas Harris’ “Red Dragon” novel, including Rutina Wesley as Reba McClane; Richard Armitage as Francis Dolarhyde; and Nina Arianda as Molly Graham. The role of Mason Verger has been recast and will be played by Joe Anderson after Michael Pitt chose to exit the series.
“Hannibal” will return to NBC this summer.
- Variety Staff
Welcome to another horror round-up! Hannibal fans have a big guest star to look forward to seeing in season three, the legendary Famous Monsters magazine is expanding with a comic book division, American Gothic Press, and Cinedigm and Wizard World have cult shows, beloved classics, and plenty of new content for viewers to enjoy with their just-launched CONtv digital network.
Hannibal Season 3: Entertainment Weekly reports that Zachary Quinto will star in a minimum of one episode in the upcoming third season of NBC's Hannibal. Quinto (NBC's The Slap, Spock in Star Trek: Into Darkness, American Horror Story: Asylum, Heroes) will play a "patient of Bedelia’s (Gillian Anderson)."
In other, previously announced Hannibal Season 3 casting news, it was revealed in late January that Glenn Fleshler (True Detective) will play Cordell Doemling, a familiar name to fans of Thomas Harris' books and the Hannibal Lecter movies. For those unfamiliar, »
- Derek Anderson
Zachary Quinto has joined the cast of Hannibal, with Entertainment Weekly revealing that the Star Trek star will appear in at least one episode of the third season as a patient of Dr. Bedelia Du Maurier (Gillian Anderson).
The third season has also seen Richard Armitage joining the cast as Francis Dolarhyde, a.k.a.The Tooth Fairy from Red Dragon, while Michael Pitt’s Mason Verger has been recast, with Joe Anderson now set to play the character.
Season three of Hannibal is set to get underway in the summer.
- Thomas Roach
It places the Quinto in the thriller — it does this whenever it’s told.
The actor will play a patient of Gillian Anderson’s Dr. Bedelia Du Maurier for at least one episode — which has us wondering if the show might flash back to that time the enigmatic therapist took a life while under the influence of our titular sociopath.
Catching up on Hannibal news from last month: season three won't arrive on NBC until this summer...
Whether it's technically a delay or just how things are unrolling for Hannibal season three, the show's Television Critics' Association panel held last month confirmed that Lecter and pals won't be back on NBC until the summer. This might be old news to many, but we missed it the first time around so reporting it now in the spirit of better late than never.
Seasons one and two of Bryan Fuller's superlative psychological horror show made their debuts in April and February, leading creatures of habit to expect season three to premiere around the same time in the calendar. Not so. They're taking a little extra time with Hannibal's third run, and summer is its pencilled-in Eta.
Bryan Fuller said last year to think of the third season opener essentially as »
Title: Supremacy Director: Deon Taylor Starring: Joe Anderson, Dawn Olivieri, Lela Rochon, Robin Bobeau, Danny Glover and Evan Ross Resolutely defending your beliefs and taking firm action to uphold those views, no matter how drastic they may be, can often lead to harrowing conflicts with those determined enough to righteously defend their contradictory principles. Director Deon Taylor’s new drama, ‘Supremacy,’ which is now playing in select theaters nationwide, fearlessly chronicles the brazen and unwavering antics of supremacists who firmly set out to spread their ideas to their community, without any regard to how demeaning their principles are to many of their neighbors. It isn’t until the film’s ruthless antagonists begin [ Read More ]
The post Supremacy Movie Review appeared first on Shockya.com. »
- Karen Benardello
Wgn America has announced an April 5th premiere date for the second season of Wgn America's "Salem".
The second season will open at the dawn of the witch war as Mary Sibley (Janet Montgomery) faces off against adversaries vying for her throne. Lucy Lawless and Stuart Townsend join the cast this season. [Source: EW]
According to TV Line, the character is "quiet, very intelligent and definitely creepy...attentive and gentle with Mason. He's a professional who cares about his work, but we get a sense he might be as sadistic as his boss — and a perfect fit to become his potential henchman."
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- Garth Franklin
Fleshler recently portrayed the murderous and also-creepy Errol Childress, dubbed “The Spaghetti Monster” for his facial disfigurement, on Season 1 of HBO’s popular mystery anthology.
Here’s how the network describes Cordell:
The personal doctor to a disfigured Mason Verger, quiet, »
- Alicia Banks
Deon Taylor's racially-charged psychological thriller "Supremacy," which made its world premiere at the Los Angeles Film Festival, last year, to critical acclaim, opens theatrically, this Friday, January 30, 2015, via distributor Well Go USA Entertainment. Director Deon Taylor’s dramatic thriller "Supremacy," centers on any black family’s worst nightmare: being held hostage by an Aryan Brotherhood member just released from a 14-year prison stint. Based on a true story, the film follows Tully (Joe Anderson), as he is just released from prison, and is picked up by an Aryan Brotherhood groupie, Doreen (Dawn »
- Nijla Mumin
Multiple generations of an African American family slowly mollify the gun-crazed neo-Nazi (Joe Anderson) holding them hostage in the dour, dreary drama Supremacy. Tully (Anderson) is escorted from jail by Doreen (Dawn Olivieri), a jittery, drug-abusing Aryan groupie, to a meeting with his associates. But after Tully fatally shoots a cop, they hide out in a backwoods house, where they terrorize the elderly Mr. Walker (Danny Glover) and his close-knit brood. For the next 90 or so minutes, Glover — playing yet another gentle, whispery sage — and the various relatives preach platitudes about love and tolerance to their captor, who tells them to "shut the fuck up" or taunts them with racial slurs. Very little else happens. Director Deon Taylor punctuates »
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