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Desc:For forty minutes.
Category:Religious, Crime
Tags:hideo kojima, Hannibal, Mads Mikkelsen, WILL I CAUGHT THE CHESAPEAKE RIPPER, bring back hannibal
Submitted:Sexy Duck Cop
Date:02/12/17
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Comment count is 7
Xenocide
Why isn't there a Hannibal game. Every NPC can be eaten and each one gives you different stat boosts based on their personality. Also it's a dating sim.
Sexy Duck Cop
Halfway through the interview, Laurence Fishburne tackles Mads Mikkelsen and declares that the Chesapeake Ripper has, all along, been the Danish star of stage and screen. Kojima and Mikkelsen calmly explain the concept of fiction to him--as they have several times before--and Fishburne listens patiently, nodding attentively, before screaming and turning the gun on himself.
BHWW
Woudn't you gloat? I mean, he's so dreamy- wait I meant th
Born in the RSR
I'd like to be Kojima for a day.
cognitivedissonance
His Twitter feed has been nothing but fan art people have made of Hideo and Mads for at least a month now. Their love is real.
chumbucket
I'm still blown away that Mikkelsen was able to pull off a better Hannibal than Hopkins.

Also, are they still considering Death Stranding a game?
Sexy Duck Cop
Seriously. The first season Mikkelsen felt elemental, more like a force of nature than human being. He could generate entire story arcs with his microexpressions alone.

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