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Published On: Mon, Mar 30th, 2015

‘Hannibal’ season 3 details emerge, episode titles, Mads Mikkelsen talks

Creator Bryan Fuller knows how to tease the third season of Hannibal by revealing tons of random facts and details about the new season of the Hannibal Lecter drama.

Fuller tweeted details about the series premiere, now set of June 4, 2015.

THE SEASON 3 OPENER TAKES PLACE OVER FOUR DIFFERENT PERIODS OF TIME  — @BryanFuller

The first 3 episode titles were then revealed, and confirmation that Vincenzo Natali (Splice) will be directing these three episodes. The new series starts off with Hannibal (Mads Mikkelsen) and Bedelia (Gillian Anderson) in Italy, the episode names have fittingly taken the form of Italian cuisine:

Mads Mikkelsen Hannibal photo with skull“FIRST 3 EPISODES OF S3 “ANTIPASTO” “PRIMAVERA” “SECONDO” DIRECTED BY VINCENZO NATALI  — @BryanFuller

Neil Marshall (The Descent) will be directing the 8th episode of the season, which is certain to excite fans.

EP 8 “THE GREAT RED DRAGON” DIRECTOR NEIL MARSHALL MADE THE BEST HORROR MOVIE OF THIS CENTURY  — @BryanFuller

Star Mads Mikkelsen told the Huffington Post that playing Hannibal is ‘fun’ and that the show is getting away with things it maybe shouldn’t.

“We’re getting away with stuff on TV now that we never used to, while the film world’s not getting away with half this stuff,” he acknowledges. “This Hannibal needs people, so he has to be friendly, seductive, he’s a lot of fun.”

The added promise of horror the franchise will certainly excite the fans of the show.

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