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Fuller's feature directorial debut will see the creator work with Mikkelsen for the first time since "Hannibal" ended in 2015.
The creator also said a possible "Hannibal" Season 4 could further explore LGBTQ themes: "There's a lot more story to be told."
The Kickstarter campaign for the artwork book met its goal in 15 minutes.
The "Hannibal" team all wanted a gay kiss but knew it was "too obvious" to successfully pull off.
"The greater the breaks between seasons, the more people become followers," the actor says of his cult favorite TV classic.
"Hannibal" deserves another shot, but where it ends up matters.
The network preferred casting John Cusack or Hugh Grant over Mikkelsen.
Bryan Fuller and his cast are ready to make "Hannibal" Season 4. Now they just need a home to do it at.
In a virtual reunion hosted by Nerdist with the cult series' cast and crew, creator Fuller shared his thoughts about where the show could go next.
The series finale of "Hannibal" is approaching its fifth anniversary this summer. Is a Season 4 announcement imminent?
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