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Hannibal: Gillian Anderson si aggiunge al cast della serie tv NBC

Gillian Anderson si aggiunge al cast della nuova serie tv NBC Hannibal, sul celebre serial killer portato al cinema da ‘Il silenzio degli innocenti’. L’attrice americana comparirà in diversi episodi e avrà un ruolo a dir poco intrigante: interpreterà infatti la psicanalista di Hannibal Lecter.

La serie tv Hannibal, prodotta da Bryan Fuller, è senz’altro uno dei prodotti più attesi della prossima stagione televisiva. Basata sui romanzi di Thomas Harris, narrerà del complesso rapporto tra l’agente dell’FBI Will Graham, interpretato da Hugh Dancy, e lo psichiatra forense Hannibal Lecter, che avrà il volto di Mads Mikkelsen.La prima stagione del telefilm, che si comporrà di 13 episodi, prende infatti spunto dalla trama di ‘Red Dragon’, su cui già è stato fatto un film con protagonisti Anthony Hopkins ed Edwar ... [Continua a leggere]

Gillian Anderson, on life after the X-Files

Gillian Anderson: happier with short-term projects.

GILLIAN Anderson found fame as a sceptical alien hunter on the X-Files but her discovery of period drama, and small indie film roles have brought her real contentment. When Gillian Anderson arrives for our interview she has to take a moment before we begin. She’s moving house tomorrow and looks distinctly discombobulated. “I just need to put my mind in the zone,” she says with a polite smile. “Too many things going on.” She rests her face in her hands for a few seconds while she composes herself, takes a breath and switches on. Moving house is a stressful busines ... [Continua a leggere]

Switching off the spotlight

Having tea with Gillian Anderson is a thoroughly pleasant business — a splash of muted glamour in a fairly drab London autumn. I thoroughly recommend it, as a more engaging companion it would be a challenge to find. We meet in the studiously bijou surroundings of the Zetter Townhouse in St John’s Square, chosen, I suspect, because no one there has the slightest clue who she is. She is wearing the no-make-up disguise, and glides serenely under London’s radar, something she clearly enjoys. She is a tad jetlagged, she says, having just arrived home from a three-week s ... [Continua a leggere]

From the X-Files to X-rated

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Fame came early to Gillian Anderson, but this Hollywood émigrée is happier as a Victorian madam than she was as a sci-fi pin-up

It’s a cold, wet, early morning on “Blue Monday", supposedly the most depressing day of the year, at a photographic studio in a cul de sac next to a decrepit garage in Dalston, east London, and I'm awaiting the arrival of a 5ft 3in, twice married mother of three, a once world-famous television star whose conversation has been likened to “wrestling with a crocodile". Oh dear. She’s also posed in knickers for a lads’ mag, been voted the world’s sexiest woman, won an Olivier nomination for her performance as Nora in Ibsen’s The Doll's House, and a Bafta n ... [Continua a leggere]



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