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Is there any chance you’ll be exploring romantic relationships with Dr. Lecter?
FULLER: Oh, yeah, we absolutely are going to go there.
There are two distinct flirtations that we’re playing with, and the intention is absolutely to go there with his character.
I imagine he would be a fantastic lover.
Mads and I have talked quite a bit about how Hannibal loves beautiful things, so he would love women and he would love a woman’s spirit. Unless she’s an asshole, she’s not in danger. So, that is absolutely going to be in the cards.
I’m excited for those stories and the opportunity to see that other side of the character.
We will see him in romantic situation,
not necessarily in the first season,
but the players are all set up in the first season.
I love this Insomnia interview with Christopher Nolan & Al Pacino. (Part 2)
Louis C.K., stand-up comic, writer, director, and actor, is interviewed by James Poniewozik, journalist and television critic best known for his Time Magazine Tuned In column and blog with the same name. Poniewozik asks the iconic comedian about his work on the hit show Louie. Recorded at The Paley Center for Media in New York City on November 3, 2010 with an introduction by David Bushman, television curator at The Paley Center for Media.
“Extra’s” Terri Seymour caught up with actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt to talk about his upcoming film “Lincoln,” his website hitRECord, and the freakiest thing he’s ever done.
“In less than a decade, writer/director Christopher Nolan has crafted a superhero trilogy that will leave an indelible mark on generations to come. With his signature film noir style, he has infused every frame of, , and with emotion, texture, and depth that is atypical of a studio action film, but all the more powerful for it. In this interview, Nolan touches on a myriad of elements that were essential to the completion of The Dark Knight Rises, from its influences to its production design to the costumes. Recorded a few weeks before the tragic theater shooting in Aurora, Colorado, the interview reveals Nolan’s love of his craft, and his wish to offer audiences a meaningful experience. Nolan has been a guest on The Treatment for every one of his films since in 1999, and we are thrilled he was able to join Elvis for what may be their best conversation yet.”
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Adding that Chris always does this show for all of his films. You can listen to them all here.
“I was intimidated at first because of my own personal insecurity. You have this girl who doesn’t necessarily look like other girls who are in sexualized roles. She has incredible confidence and control over her own sexuality. This character is not someone we’ve seen too frequently.”
20 DAYS UNTIL THE DARK KNIGHT RISES
A look back at EMPIRE’s BATMAN BEGINS set visit from 2005:
“I wasn’t interested in the character at all, “ Bale says. “I had seen the TV show and hadn’t really liked it, but it was four or five years ago when I was working with a director who was really into graphic novels. He gave me Batman: Year One.
What I suddenly saw was that there was this character here that I never knew from the movies and TV series. He wasn’t just a bland superhero who does nothing but jump around. The most attractive thing about him, as opposed to Spider-Man and Superman, is the conflict.”
Bale pauses, considering a way of expressing the fundamental differences. “Look, put it like this. If all the other superheroes were sitting together here in this room, they’d all be getting along fine with each other, but they’d be thinking,‘What’s wrong with that dude sitting over there?’”