Will Graham hunts down Hannibal Lecter in new trailer for ‘Hannibal’

23 Jan 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

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While the third season of cult thriller Hannibal doesn’t appear on our screens until the summer, fans will be pleased to hear that NBC has released a tasty teaser trailer to tide us over until the dapper doctor returns. The clip shows Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) alive and well having survived Hannibal Lecter’s (Mads Mikkelsen) bloodbath at the end of season two, Variety reports. As well as revisiting a number of characters, expect season three to bring you a slew of fresh faces, including several from Thomas Harris’ novel Red Dragon. According to showrunner Bryan Fuller, the series will mash up elements from the books in a unique way—including revealing a very different origin story for the good doctor.

Also, we get two glimpses of Gillian Anderson as the perfectly-coifed Bedelia du Maurier, who was last seen sitting next to Doctor Lecter on a first-class flight to who-knows where, and who apparently survived the trip without becoming her companion’s in-flight meal. Molly knows all that has gone before and doesn’t care.” “She understand Will is a good man and her love has allowed him to rebuild himself, but when Will is asked to return to the FBI she also urges him to try and save lives, knowing what risks this entails,” NBC said. Hannibal himself is looking longer-haired and scruffier than he was in the last season — he’s even wearing a leather jacket, in contrast to his usual tailored suits — but there’s also a shot of the doctor mingling in polite society and sitting pretty in some kind of grand new office space, so we’re guessing it won’t be long before he dusts off his recipe box, sharpens his knives, and starts having some good friends for dinner again.

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