Let’s talk Hannibal and feminism for a second.
Specifically, let’s talk about what makes Lecter’s character so appealing to a female audience and why that makes so many people uncomfortable.
(Takes the book & movie canons into account. TW for discussion of murder, cannibalism and violence as well as mentions of sexual violence.)
Benedict Cumberbatch, behind the scenes of STID // x
Is it bizarre that his fucking posture is turning me on?
I need this on my screen at all times so I can remember to SIT UP STRAIGHT GODDAMNIT
its something he does all the time XD
Misha Collins: I think he would have the whole tramp stamp thing going on. Start wearing his trousers a little lower so you could see his G string.
This needed to be done.
NBC!Hannibal + Food
Is it wrong that whenever I see the food, I think “omg that looks delicious.” O_O
That’s actually something I really love about the show: all the lingering tight shots on the dishes, each immaculately styled and presented with obvious love for the food. Near erotic sensuality, really, which is no accident. The emphasis on presentation is important, because as the best chefs will tell you, you eat with your eyes first; and this makes the audience a complicit and willing participant in the feast, even though we know what’s being served. Yes, it’s terrible. Yes, it’s an atrocity. Yes, I want seconds what the hell kind of question is that this is fucking delicious.
Welp, gonna have to watch this now.
A well deserved break for the Sherlock cast and crew [x]
The Bench scene
credit if using!
can i be part of the hannibal fandom without watching the show? or is that not allowed?
I hate people who say
“Aw come on, cut it out, can’t we all be friends?”
when there is a heated and serious discussion going on about something that needs to be addressed.
DUCK UPDATE: IT HAS IMPRINTED AND THINKS THIS BOY IS IT’S MOMMY. OMG
It’s got so big since the last pictures! aww :’)
I love this duck