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Published On: Thu, Apr 3rd, 2014

‘Hannibal’ season 2 Jack/Hannibal fight scene confirmed for finale

Fans were engaged in the season opener of Hannibal for the second season, centering on the intense fight scene between Jack (Laurence Fishburne) and the titular character playbed by Mads MIkkelsen.

Hannibal season 2 Mads Mikkelsen battling Laurence FishburneMichael Ausiello of TV Line confirmed in an April 2 article that the fans will have to wait a bit.

Per exec producer Bryan Fuller, “The badass fight is actually in the [May 23] season finale, but there will be plenty of naked wrestling amongst other characters to hold you over until then.”

Fuller has stated how the famous serial killer is “learning” during season 2.

“It’s an education on how not to get caught…so Hannibal is consulting on these cases with an eye for learning how the FBI does this, what are the things they track and trace, and how he can navigate around them to continue to be a free man.”

Fuller confessed his desire to get the rights to Lambs and make the circle complete.

“I would love for it to be, because I think it would be great if this show became canonical. I would love it for that reason, and we would absolutely go back to MGM and try to figure that out. But I think in order to get there, Gaumont, the studio that owns Hannibal, would have to come to some agreement with MGM that was mutually beneficial for both studios in order for us to have that happen. I’m going to keep trying.”

Hannibal airs Fridays at 10pm EST on NBC

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