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Submitted by Gekko 672d ago | news

Vin Diesel Says A Studio Is Interested In Making His Hannibal Trilogy

Tambay A. Obenson:

It was in the spring, earlier this year, when Vin Diesel posted the above image on his Facebook fan page, with no accompanying words. At the time, we weren't sure if it really meant anything, other than to point out the fact that it's his "Dream" project, as the image suggests.

Or was he dropping a hint, teasing us with what might be some movement on the project finally, after about a decade or so since it was first announced.

It looks like it was the latter, as, over the weekend, Diesel posted the following message on his Facebook fan page:

"When a dream is born in your childhood... When you spend a decade daring to pursue it... The day, a head of a studio says, 'I want to make all three films of your Hannibal trilogy!' It takes a minute to sink in. Shhh... It's still sinking in."

That suggests that he's found a studio that's interested in the project, right? At least, that's my take on it. (Cinema, Hannibal, Vin Diesel)

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