"Hannibal" fans may be disappointed when they found out that the NBC series has been cancelled but Hugh Dancy hinted that a movie could be in the works. The actor shared that they have prepared a satisfying finale to tie up the entire series, however, the final episode also left a lot of room for possible expansion.
Speaking to TV Line, Dancy shared that "Hannibal" producer Bryan Fuller has explained to the cast what his vision for the series is.
"Bryan has described to me what he had envisioned moving forward into the next season which would be justified by the way we end this year. But it'll be a big splash," he said.
Hugh Dancy, who plays Will Graham, also teased that fans should look forward to seeing the season 3 finale, as they have definitely prepared something special.
"I think that should that be our farewell, it would be a fitting one. But you could've said the same thing about the end of the first season and the end of the second season," he said.
"I think that we got to a kind of justifiable and different form of conclusion between Will and Hannibal, and Dolarhyde as well, that was justified and that will be very satisfying."
Speaking at the Entertainment Weekly Lounge at Comic-Con in San Diego last week, Dancy said that the producers are still tirelessly searching for ways to save the show. Fuller may have confirmed that both Amazon and Netflix have passed on airing "Hannibal" season 4 but he said that they were still "investigating possibilities."
Darcy also talked about the possibility of doing a "Hannibal" movie in the future.
"I think the funnest thing for all of us would be a feature film, and Martha [De Laurentiis, executive producer] has the feature film rights and the feature film experience," he told Entertainment Weekly.