haanigram:

omg mads

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"God he’s terrifying. I want to sit on his face."

—my roommate on Hannibal, from 'more adventures of my roommate watches Hannibal for the first time' (via sartorialcannibal)
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Certain personality types prefer to interact with the world differently than others.
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notjustfuneralreasons:

Those are just words coming out of your mouth. No weight to them. No consideration they may be true. - They’re not true.

"Alana has always stood by Hannibal - there was never a doubt in her mind in series 1 and even as she wanted to believe the best of Will in series 2, she still denied the possibility that Hannibal could have had anything to do with what happened to him… she has been absolutely consistent in her opinions on him.”

"The person who was accusing Hannibal tried to have him killed, proving to be not who she thought he was. Jack’s growing distrust of Hannibal has led him nowhere. She was even at Hannibal’s house the night the Chesapeake Ripper committed a murder. Miriam Lass exonerated Hannibal when he was under suspicion again. She has known Hannibal for much, much longer than anybody else - they have a long-standing mutual admiration and friendship which precedes all of this mess.”

These are her facts. It is absolutely reasonable for her to assume that Hannibal is innocent.” [x]

im-your-favorite-actor-and-i:

proud-member-of-hermits-united:

danstiel:

englishyoutubersfeels:

vickymaree:

sit-down-john:

the only thing worse than your otp dying

is half of your otp dying

Okay Satan time to turn off the computer.

you know whats even worse? one of the half’s watching the other half dying.

I THINK THAT’S ENOUGH NOW THANK YOU VERY MUCH

what if one half is forced to kill the other

DONT EVEN GO THERE

I love her more than sharks love blood.

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mytvhannibal:

Hannibal even gets some female companionship this season – did having a relationship change anything inside Hannibal?

MM: Nope.  I don’t think so.  He’s done that before.  We haven’t seen it and we don’t want to see too much of it (laughs), but to humanize Hannibal has always been interesting.  It’s not weird and kinky love; it’s not crazy things he’s doing.  He’s a passionate and empathetic man and that is even scarier for us to watch.  When we’re looking at him and saying he’s actually a really nice man – but is he now?  So to show that human face of Hannibal has always been the scary part of him.  In terms of exchanging - I don’t think so.  He enjoys being with Alana and he likes her a lot, but it’s also something that he has to leave.  He can leave it a fast as snapping your fingers. 

~s~

elenamorelli:

{ night and day }

Q Scores taken of the most popular actors on Network television

Mads Mikkelsen ranked 3rd
Laurence Fishburne ranked 25th
Hugh Dancy ranked 47th

Here’s how the Q Scores marketing company arrives at its results for its clients, which include television networks, among others: President Henry Schafer and his team provide a celebrity’s name and a brief description to study participants. The viewers are asked if they recognize the person and how they feel about him or her.

The outcome of that study is a Recognition score, a Positive Q Score — meaning the individual in question is the respondent’s favorites — and a Negative Q Score, which is the exact opposite of what one hopes to be associated with.

“For returning shows, personality-driven appeal is extremely important for determining how strong or polarizing the cast is for maintaining viewer commitment,” Schafer added. “For new shows, the strength of the personality driven-factor is very important for enticing viewer sampling prior to exposure to the quality of the storylines.”

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