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Dining With The Hannibals In New Hannibal Season 3 Video

Posted on: May 6th, 2015

How would you feel if you were invited to have dinner with Dr. Hannibal Lecter? Yes, we wouldn’t feel too comfortable about that either, but it’s clear he’s strangely attractive and alluring to some in the new promo for Hannibal season three.

The clip teases us with the unique and disturbing relationship between Hannibal and Dr. Bedelia Du Maurier, played by The X-Files star Jillian Anderson. We see that Maurier understands how dangerous it is to date Hannibal, with the possibly of him cooking her for dinner, rather than cooking dinner for her, but it seems that makes the seduction even sweeter.

The cast for the third season includes Hugh Dancy as Will Graham, Glenn Fleshler as Cordell Doemling, Joe Anderson as Mason Verger, Tara Thornton as Reba McClane, Richard Armitage as Francis Dolarhyde, Nina Arianda as Mary Graham and Zachary Quinto guest starring as one of Dr. Maurier’s patients.

Vincenzo Natali, who directed season two episodes Naka-Choko and Su-zakana, has directed the first three episodes of the new season. This season of the flesh feasting show will take place over four different periods, hence why there has been a time jump between seasons.

The first episode, Antipasto will premiere June 4th 2015.

Words: Zoe Rose Smith (@ZoeRoseSmitz)

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