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Comic-Con 2013: ‘Hannibal’ Panel Set For Thursday, July 18th

HannibalTry as I might, I just never got around to watching the NBC series Hannibal as of yet.  I attempted the first episode when it originally aired, but low and behold the Sandman got the best of me that ill fated night.  However, I have heard grand things about the series!  And it’s even been picked up for a second season.  So you know things must be going good for it!  So I’m pleased to present you with our first Comic-Con 2013 post of the year as Gaumont International Television has announced their attendance at this year’s spectacular with a panel entitled “Hannibal: Feed Your Fear,” which will feature Bryan Fuller, David Slade, Martha De Laurtentiis and Hugh Dancy.  The panel is set for July 18th at 6:45pm – 7:45pm.  Check out the full press release below for more information!

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LOS ANGELES, CA – June 25, 2013 –  With the 2nd season of Hannibal having just been picked-up by NBC, Katie O’Connell, CEO of Gaumont International Television, announced today that the company will be attending the upcoming Comic Con Convention in San Diego, CA and will be hosting a Hannibal-themed panel on Thursday, July 18th from 6:45pm – 7:45pm in Room 6A.

 

The panel, entitled Hannibal: Feed Your Fear, will feature Emmy-Award-winning executive producer Bryan Fuller (Pushing Daisies), director David Slade (The Twilight Saga: Eclipse), Martha De Laurentiis (Red Dragon), and star Hugh Dancy (playing Agent Will Graham) as they discuss key behind the scenes moments from the first season of the ground-breaking NBC drama. The panel will also discuss the future for Hannibal and reveal a few Season Two elements.

  

“The core audience of HANNIBAL, some of whom call themselves FANNIBALS, have been incredibly passionate and enthusiastic about the show and we are honored to join those FANNIBALS attending San Diego Comic Con, where passion and enthusiasm are always on the menu,” commented Fuller.

 

“We are thrilled to be attending Comic Con and supporting our amazing who have been so loyal every step of the way,” commented O’Connell. “Hannibal’s’ success is definitely due to the dedicated supporters we have around the world and we can’t wait to participate Comic Con – the best event for fans everywhere.”

 

Hannibal is a one-hour drama series for NBC exploring the unique and riveting early relationship of Thomas Harris’s classic character renowned psychiatrist Dr. Hannibal Lecter and his patient, a young FBI criminal profiler named Will Graham who is haunted by his ability to empathize with serial killers. Well-known showrunner Bryan Fuller is executive producing.

 

Additionally, Hannibal, which is from Gaumont International Television in association with Sony Pictures Television Networks, has also performed strongly internationally and will return for a second season to Sony Pictures Television’s AXN channels.

 

About Gaumont International Television

Gaumont International Television is the newly launched production and distribution studio based in Los Angeles and part of Gaumont, the legendary European-based motion picture studio. Gaumont, formed in 1895, is one of the main European production companies with a film library holding over 900 titles. As an independent studio, Gaumont International Television is producing high-quality drama and comedy television programming for the U.S. and international markets with a number of projects currently in the works, including “Hannibal” for NBC,  “Hemlock Grove” for Netflix and “Barbarella” for Canal Plus.

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