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I’d say 99 percent of my interactions with the fan community have been incredibly positive, and if there’s been one percent that thinks I’m a misogynist and a racist for killing off Hettienne Park’s character, that is misdirected and I know that it’s misdirected so I don’t take it personally. I focus on the bundles of joy that every time I go on to Twitter to Tweet something, it’s like walking into a room full of friends who like the same thing. The Twitterverse has made fandom a very small community with direct access to the storytellers, and I love sharing the story so I love seeing what people do with expanding what we’ve done, and I love playing in the same sandbox … I’m a fan who had my dream come true. I was somebody who was a “Star Trek” obsessive, so much so that I wrote “Star Trek” spec scripts and I got invited in to pitch and I sold stories and I sold scripts and then I was on staff, so I’m still connected to that person who first drove through the arches of the Paramount lot and had a dream come true, so I realize everybody is one event away from achieving a dream, and I’m happy to share it.

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Gaumont, NBC Team With Evolution for ‘Hannibal’ Merchandise

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The end of February can’t come fast enough.

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thirteen episodes of psychological torment later

The destruction of Metropolis at the end of Man of Steel can’t hold a candle to the excitement, thrill and power of a slight shift of Hugh Dancy’s eyes and a smirk on the face of Mads Milliken. Bra-fucking-vo.