Bryan Fuller’s brilliant “Hannibal” TV series might come to an end but it is possible that the fans of this thrilling show might get another chance to relive those moments. There are talks for making a full-length feature film on “Hannibal.” Read more for the entire scoop:
According to Cinema Blend, at this year’s San Diego’s Comic-Con, there were speculations that the story of “Hannibal” will turn into feature film, and now it looks like that producers are already out mulling over the possibility of the film.
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, the showrunner Bryan Fuller revealed that there is a possible feature follow-up after the three seasons of the series. According to Fuller, Martha De Laurenthiis, the executive producer, is apparently looking into financing for the project. Without going into much detail, the 46-years-old American screenwriter said that he has a specific idea ready for the “Hannibal” movie.
Fuller also gave a little insight about the novel which he believes will be of real help in turning the TV series into a feature length film. He expressed his desires to explore the life and prospects of Hannibal Lectar. Fuller said that he hopes that he could continue to get to tell that story in a year or two from now.
Making a feature film on “Hannibal” is a one thing, but to maintain the continuity is a very different thing. At this stage, Bryan Fuller has no actual experience for a feature film but according to him, Mads Mikkelsen and Hugh Dancy will be great to play the major roles.
In an interview with Variety, Bryan also revealed the fact that many a times it happens that a cancelled show starts to air again if it gets proper financing. So, at this point no can say anything about the film and the renewal of “Hannibal,” but whatever the scenario is, fans would love to see it on the screen, whether it’s on small screen or on big screen.
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