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    carrot931:

    Seven week old puppies playing with mommy.

    This is just in front #Will Graham’s house right? He finally found the solution for his supply doggie needs  #Winston is the mommy

    (Source: imbourbon, via everythingispeople)

    — 1 month ago with 231487 notes
    #will graham and his puppies 

    whatkindofcrazy:

    You know what i want to see? Mads winning the french Oscar (César) so that he can kiss his award.

    Cause my OTP is Mads and His Awardsimage

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    — 1 month ago with 66 notes
    #otp mads and his awards 
    wangyoo:

Music of Hannibal masterpost
A compilation of all the pieces used in NBC's Hannibal.Pieces as they appear in chronological order in the show.Updated weekly after the episode airs.
♕ listen on 8tracks ♕ download / alternate ♕

feel free to delete the following if you want, but leave a link to the complete tracklisting
Episode 1
Goldberg Variations, BWV 988 “Aria” - J. S. Bach
Episode 2
Harpsichord Concerto in F major, BWV 1057 - J. S. Bach
Episode 3
None
Episode 4
The Rite of Spring, “Introduction” - Igor Stravinsky
Nocturne Op. 32 No. 1 - Frédéric Chopin
Nocturne Op. 9 No. 2 - Frédéric Chopin
Episode 5
Clarinet Concerto in A major, K 622 “Adagio” - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Episode 6
Ballade No. 1 in G minor, Op. 23 - Frédéric Chopin
Episode 7
Piangero la sorte mia (Giulio Cesare in Egitto) - G. F. Handel
Prelude Op. 28, No 13 - Frédéric Chopin
Le Veau d’Or (Faust) - Charles Gounod
Lacrimosa (Requiem March in D minor) - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Patria oppressa (Macbeth) - Gisueppe Verdi
Largo (“Winter” - Four Seasons) - Antonio Vivaldi
Episode 8
Minuet in G major, BWV 114 - J. S. Bach, later attributed to Christian Petzold
Intermezzo (A Midsummer Night’s Dream) - Felix Mendelssohn
Goldberg Variations, BWV 988 “Aria” - J. S. Bach
Episode 9
O Euchari - Hildegard von Bingen
Sonata for Piano in C minor Op. 13 No. 8 “Pathétique” Adagio cantabile - Ludwig van Beethoven 
Episode 10
Prelude No 1 in C Major, BWV 846 - J. S. Bach
Episode 11
Prelude No 4, “Les sons et les parfums tournent dans l’air du soir” - Claude Debussy
Episode 12
Piano Trio in D major, Op. 70, No. 1, “Ghost Trio” II. Largo assai ed espressivo - Ludwig van Beethoven
Episode 13
Vide Cor Meum - Patrick Cassidy

    wangyoo:

    Music of Hannibal masterpost

    A compilation of all the pieces used in NBC's Hannibal.
    Pieces as they appear in chronological order in the show.
    Updated weekly after the episode airs.

    ♕ listen on 8tracks ♕ download / alternate ♕

    feel free to delete the following if you want, but leave a link to the complete tracklisting

    Episode 1

    Episode 2

    Episode 3

    • None

    Episode 4

    Episode 5

    Episode 6

    Episode 7

    Episode 8

    Episode 9

    Episode 10

    Episode 11

    Episode 12

    Episode 13

    (Source: graylees, via hannibalcannibaldancy)

    — 1 month ago with 8733 notes
    #musics 

    cleolinda:

    I’m sure I’ll add things I forgot because I always do, but I think it’s done enough: a roundup of the 13 Hour Devour Hannibal marathon, or at least as much of it as was within my mortal grasp. The Hugh Dancy Q&A is in the first post; various cast and crew wandered in and out as the day went on, and there were a number of behind-the-scenes pictures posted. Also, I am no longer the least bit afraid of wrangling Oscar tweets next weekend, I tell you what.

    So… everything okay over here? Seriously, I slaved over ~a hot Storify~ all day, I have no idea what’s going on anywhere else.

    (via suits-and-madness)

    — 1 month ago with 232 notes
    #THE FANNIBAL ANTHEM KILLED ME 
    platoapproved:

So I had a thought about Will’s sleeping attire, in Coquilles and in general.  Those infamous blue underwear are IMPORTANT, okay, and not just in a fanservice way. (Though I am ALL FOR THAT.  Give the ladies what they like, Fuller, let’s female gaze all up in this show).
It’s perfect that in these moments of intense vulnerability (when Will’s brain first starts betraying him and he begins sleep-walking) that this is his outfit.  Specifically, that he’s shown as having a shirt, but no pants.  It conveys his vulnerability effectively and viscerally.
Imagine for a minute how different it would have been if he had no shirt but longer pants (pajama or otherwise).  Even if it were technically showing more skin, I don’t think that would have conveyed vulnerability in the same way.  It’s acceptable for men to wear no shirt in public.  It’s not illegal, or even frowned on in plenty of contexts.  It’s something that men can do that women cannot (don’t get me started that’s a whole other rant).  It’s for hot days and games of pickup basketball, shirts vs skins.
But for men to wear very short shorts / only boxers in public is seen as unacceptable or funny.  For corroboration of this, I mean, look at all the various names for this garment I’ve come across in fandom: itty bitty blue shorts, booty shorts, fanservice shorts, tiny man shorts etc.  These names get across the idea that having boxers that short is feminizing, and thus funny (because they’re on a man!) but also vulnerablizing (it’s a word now shut up).  They leave him exposed in a way that him having his shirt off would not do.
(And it’s not like any of this is merely because Hugh Dancy didn’t feel comfortable acting with his shirt off for some reason: Will has shirtless scenes, in a different context.  Those contexts ALSO cleverly manage to emphasize Will’s vulnerability, since it’s less about being where people can see him and more about pulling off a too-sweaty shirt in disgust because he is subject to these horrific nightmares that he cannot control).
So let’s hear it for the directors, and the costume department, and whoever else was involved in this costuming decision: not only because it lets us see those premium gams, but because it directly contributes to making Will the kind of captivating, unconventional (because allowed so much vulnerability) hero that he is.

    platoapproved:

    So I had a thought about Will’s sleeping attire, in Coquilles and in general.  Those infamous blue underwear are IMPORTANT, okay, and not just in a fanservice way. (Though I am ALL FOR THAT.  Give the ladies what they like, Fuller, let’s female gaze all up in this show).

    It’s perfect that in these moments of intense vulnerability (when Will’s brain first starts betraying him and he begins sleep-walking) that this is his outfit.  Specifically, that he’s shown as having a shirt, but no pants.  It conveys his vulnerability effectively and viscerally.

    Imagine for a minute how different it would have been if he had no shirt but longer pants (pajama or otherwise).  Even if it were technically showing more skin, I don’t think that would have conveyed vulnerability in the same way.  It’s acceptable for men to wear no shirt in public.  It’s not illegal, or even frowned on in plenty of contexts.  It’s something that men can do that women cannot (don’t get me started that’s a whole other rant).  It’s for hot days and games of pickup basketball, shirts vs skins.

    But for men to wear very short shorts / only boxers in public is seen as unacceptable or funny.  For corroboration of this, I mean, look at all the various names for this garment I’ve come across in fandom: itty bitty blue shorts, booty shorts, fanservice shorts, tiny man shorts etc.  These names get across the idea that having boxers that short is feminizing, and thus funny (because they’re on a man!) but also vulnerablizing (it’s a word now shut up).  They leave him exposed in a way that him having his shirt off would not do.

    (And it’s not like any of this is merely because Hugh Dancy didn’t feel comfortable acting with his shirt off for some reason: Will has shirtless scenes, in a different context.  Those contexts ALSO cleverly manage to emphasize Will’s vulnerability, since it’s less about being where people can see him and more about pulling off a too-sweaty shirt in disgust because he is subject to these horrific nightmares that he cannot control).

    So let’s hear it for the directors, and the costume department, and whoever else was involved in this costuming decision: not only because it lets us see those premium gams, but because it directly contributes to making Will the kind of captivating, unconventional (because allowed so much vulnerability) hero that he is.

    (via mikkelbabe)

    — 1 month ago with 744 notes
    #Will Graham  #and his boxers 

    blinkingkills:

    on a scale of 1 to Bryan Fuller joined the hannibal livestream to watch crack vids and chat with us, how involved with the fans are your show creators?

    (via plaid-suits-and-paisley-ties)

    — 1 month ago with 1514 notes
    #I love this fandom 

    punkrockluna:

    youdontevenkili:

    Sometimes I wonder about what kind of problems would come up if Ned the pie maker came over for dinner at Hannibal’s

    WHAT THE FUCK

    (Source: owcharliebitme, via colurz-changed-ulrs-again)

    — 2 months ago with 37210 notes
    #fic please 

    coolbreeze35:

    Hannibal Cast & When They Were Young

    (via bonearenaofmyskull)

    — 2 months ago with 93 notes
    #hello cuties 
    "COMING FRIDAY COMING FRIDAY COMING FRIDAY COMING FRIDAY. *HEAVY BREATHING*"
    All Fannibals now (via belltierchen)
    — 2 months ago with 199 notes
    #it's the truth