FOXWRAPPED

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the-winnowing-wind:

Went up to Bryan Fuller after the panel with my best puppy dog kicked face and asked.

"Bryan, can I just ask, will Hannibal miss Will?"

And he made this oh, honey face, put his hand on my shoulder and said. “Oh, yes. Desperately. Desperately.”

OMG THAT IS ALL I FUCKING NEEDED

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shadowtower:

inktober day#2 SPOOPY JESSE, yo the boy’s got some big plans for halloween gettin high and eating tons of candy 

shadowtower:

inktober day#2 SPOOPY JESSE, yo the boy’s got some big plans for halloween gettin high and eating tons of candy 

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tracylord:

“I blocked it out until the last moment where all of a sudden it hit me, that this person that I was standing in front of as I know him and have known him for such a long time, that this aspect of our relationship was coming to a close. We embraced and I just burst into tears. We held our embrace for a really long time and I think it was just flooding over us, the importance of this agreement that we’ve had to be in each other’s lives in a very powerful way.”

Gillian Anderson

“I think it was written that Scully gives Mulder a kiss on the forehead. Kim Manners was there [directing], and I was so confused at that point that I didn’t trust my feelings about it because I had so many personal feelings. It was eight years of my life. I didn’t know what would be an appropriate ending. I didn’t know. And when Kim and I read it as we were about to shoot it, he said, ‘We’ve done that 100 times, the whole hand holding and the kiss on the forehead. Let’s do a real kiss.’ I was like, ‘Yeah, that feels right.’”

David Duchovny

“The last shot in the picture was Gillian handing David the baby in her bedroom. David leaned over and gave her a kiss, and the camera then pulled back out of the doorway and just kept going down the hall. We got the shot, and we cut it and printed it; the nurse came and took the baby away. And David put his arms around Gillian, and she put her arms around him, and they stood there for about ten minutes, and never said a word to each other. The tears were just rolling down their faces, and the whole crew stood there and watched this in silence. It was truly one of the most emotional experiences I’ve ever witnessed in my life.”

Kim Manners, director

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