August212014

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August112014

IM GOING TO HELL

oh shit son

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June252014

cleolinda:

vaeltaa:

clearly they were destined to be together even back in 467 A.D

Well, that’s just magical.

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June192014
heyerchick:

cartoonjunkie:

Can we please talk about how Hannibals fingers clench the back of Wills head with such a force that not only shows the deep emotional bond that Hannibal thought they had, but proves the love and passion Hannibal had for this man and who clearly meant the world to him, but Will was obviouly too frightened to return the same feelings and in the end got stabbed as a brutal reminder to never toy with Hannibals emotions.

A deep emotional bond, love and passion, yes. But it also shows Hannibal’s limitations, not Will’s.
Will is, ultimately, a good man. He’s done some awful things, he’s broken, but he’s an inherently good man. Hannibal did everything (in)humanly possible to remake Will in his own image, to nurture within Will a radiant killer. His equal. Hannibal took everything he could from Will in order to foster Will’s reliance on him and him alone. He wanted Will’s love and passion on very specific terms.
Will, though, transcended that. This good man loved Hannibal regardless. Hannibal murdered Abigail. Hannibal engineered the death of Will’s unborn child. Framed Will and, worse, made him doubt both his own innocence and his own sanity. Yet Will not only couldn’t kill Hannibal, when it came to it, he warned Hannibal so he could get away.
And…With Alana laying dying in the rain. With Jack laying dying in the pantry. With Hannibal’s knife in his gut, Will loved him still. He never lifted a finger to defend himself and he never broke eye contact.
Will didn’t fail Hannibal.
Everything Hannibal wanted was there for the taking, if only Hannibal had had the comprehension of love that would have enabled him to see it. Will didn’t have to be like him in order to love him. Will loved him anyway.
Sooner or later, Hannibal is going to realise that he could have had it all, that everything Will did came from a place of love. And that he, literally, cut Will free of him in that kitchen. Hannibal wasn’t able to transcend his own nature, wasn’t capable of loving Will as Will loved him. I hope regret and remorse gut Hannibal Lecter in his turn.

heyerchick:

cartoonjunkie:

Can we please talk about how Hannibals fingers clench the back of Wills head with such a force that not only shows the deep emotional bond that Hannibal thought they had, but proves the love and passion Hannibal had for this man and who clearly meant the world to him, but Will was obviouly too frightened to return the same feelings and in the end got stabbed as a brutal reminder to never toy with Hannibals emotions.

A deep emotional bond, love and passion, yes. But it also shows Hannibal’s limitations, not Will’s.

Will is, ultimately, a good man. He’s done some awful things, he’s broken, but he’s an inherently good man. Hannibal did everything (in)humanly possible to remake Will in his own image, to nurture within Will a radiant killer. His equal. Hannibal took everything he could from Will in order to foster Will’s reliance on him and him alone. He wanted Will’s love and passion on very specific terms.

Will, though, transcended that. This good man loved Hannibal regardless. Hannibal murdered Abigail. Hannibal engineered the death of Will’s unborn child. Framed Will and, worse, made him doubt both his own innocence and his own sanity. Yet Will not only couldn’t kill Hannibal, when it came to it, he warned Hannibal so he could get away.

And…With Alana laying dying in the rain. With Jack laying dying in the pantry. With Hannibal’s knife in his gut, Will loved him still. He never lifted a finger to defend himself and he never broke eye contact.

Will didn’t fail Hannibal.

Everything Hannibal wanted was there for the taking, if only Hannibal had had the comprehension of love that would have enabled him to see it. Will didn’t have to be like him in order to love him. Will loved him anyway.

Sooner or later, Hannibal is going to realise that he could have had it all, that everything Will did came from a place of love. And that he, literally, cut Will free of him in that kitchen. Hannibal wasn’t able to transcend his own nature, wasn’t capable of loving Will as Will loved him. I hope regret and remorse gut Hannibal Lecter in his turn.

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June122014

ixilecter:

All gifs from the interview are here.

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June112014

With Hannibal Lecter on the run, at least for a little while, do you know if Season 3 will be about Will Graham tracking him down?

DANCY: To be honest, I think that’s still up in the air. I’ve had one or two really interesting conversations with Bryan about it. It would be odd, at this point in the show, having built up the rich stew that we have, to suddenly no longer have Hannibal and Will together, at all. I’m interested to see Hannibal gallivanting around the world, wherever he is, and I’m interested to see Will gallivanting around the world. But, there’s gotta be some form of communication. There’s the idea that Hannibal, in whatever terrible things he’s doing in his travels, is deliberately leaving a trail and even somehow communicating with Will, and maybe Will is responding. Who knows?

Hugh X

MY HERO. *SOBBING*

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June102014
omg this is so beautifullll

omg this is so beautifullll

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June92014
planetariiums:

*marries this picture*

planetariiums:

*marries this picture*

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May222014

Q: Hannibal is set in Minnesota, but your character, Will, doesn’t have a Minnesotan accent ?

Dancy: ” Will is itinerant for a lot of his youth. Not unlike me actually. It’s my understanding and maybe we’ve extrapolated it, but he was definitely on the move with his father … Long story short, that gives me carte blanche to sound however the fuck I want. “

Q: Most disgusting thing on the show so far in your opinion?

Dancy: “Easily the most disgusting thing is the opening of episode two of the second season. When the character, who has been sewn into the human mural, rips himself free. There are a lot of moments when I can’t believe what they’re going to show. I wasn’t involved in the filming of that, so I only saw it in the final version and I was doing the classic hands-on-the-face, scream-laughing in disbelief. It was really disgusting!”

Check out this whole interview here - he’s so fucking funny & feisty!! :)  

http://www.standardculture.com/posts/8706-Hello-Mr-Dancy-

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9PM

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