[Writer / executive producer Steve Lightfoot] pitched Hannibal setting up Chilton, and he’s like ‘we gotta kill Chilton,’ and I was like ‘okay, but I don’t want to kill Chilton.’ I didn’t have a problem breaking the canon of the book so much as breaking my own heart. I love the character, and I love Raul [Esparza]. [The process then] was like ‘well, he could get shot and survive,’ and then it’s like ‘okay, Chilton is going to be our Kenny. We’re going to kill him off every single season, and it’s insurmountable that he will survive, and yet he will.’

“Even in the books, it’s not clear that Chilton dies … I think that Chilton’s in it for the long haul, and I love what Anthony Heald did in the films, and I feel like Raul is bringing a different sensibility that is respecting what Anthony has done while also making the character his own in a great way. He’s too mischievous and bratty and fun. I gotta figure out how we’re going to hurt him in season 4.

NBC’s ‘Hannibal’ season 3 interview: Bryan Fuller on Chilton, more at Comic-Con

THEY’RE DOING THE KENNY THING. HE EVEN CALLED IT THAT. ALL MY DREAMS HAVE COME TRUE.

"I gotta figure out how we’re going to hurt him in Season 4."

THIS MEANS THEY’VE ALREADY GOT PLANNED HOW THEY’RE GOING TO KILL HIM IN S3.

*dies*

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MY GIF IS COMING TRUE

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creaturexlll:

Teen Wolf post apocalyptic AU :}

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OK but have you ever seen Galaxy Quest?

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georgialeflayart:

"Well, he seems….. nice."

I don’t know. Original idea credit to http://criz-zone.tumblr.com/.

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wildletter:

Wandering Beasts by John Kenn

Kenn writes and directs television shows for children and when he’s not taking care of his own children, he draws monsters on post-it notes. His own “little window into a different work, made on office supplies.” 

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fcebk:

therandomcub:

When digital tv info glitches are more accurate than the actual show info

IM CHOKING ON TERIYAKI CHICKEN IN PUBLIC JESUS CHRIST

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misspryss:

Stargate: Atlantis

The story of a guy so messed up he had to travel into outer space so an  alien could teach him how to relate to other human beings.

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thegoldencarpediem said: What do you think about Constantine not smoking in the series and his bisexuality not being considered important enough to depict on the show?

elucipher:

[thoughts on constantine not smoking are at the bottom of this post. to their credit, the showrunners want to include it but are confined by NBC.]

pissed off. unsurprised. it’s typical of the erasure rampant in contemporary fiction, particularly tv.

i’ll admit, john’s bisexuality isn’t a major aspect of the comics, except for ashes & dust: in the city of angels, where it’s made explicit. but it’s broadly accepted by the fanbase; most people know it’s canon. 

if you’re adapting a work of literature for another medium and the source material strongly suggests that the protagonist is queer—why wouldn’t you take that opportunity? why wouldn’t you choose to represent a minority that’s otherwise rendered invisible? 

the first reference to john’s bisexuality is in #51: girlfriends, the odd boyfriend… they all have a nasty habit of walking out on me. in the comics, that’s spring ‘91. the storyline being [loosely] adapted by the tv show, the devil you know, takes place around 1980. which means that by the time the show begins, john’s already had relationships with men.

the argument the showrunner gives, that it’s “only a couple of issues where he’s seen getting out of bed with a man”, some time far off in the future, is ridiculous, inaccurate, and suggests that bisexuality is a “phase”. it’s not.

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