The Silence of the Lambs will have a serial sequel to FBI agent Clarice Starling
Almost 30 years after the release of Silence of the Lambs, a series centered on the character of Clarice Starling, played by Jodie Foster at the time, is in preparation for CBS.
According to Variety, a serial sequel to the Silence of the Lambs is in preparation for the CBS channel.A pilot has already been commissioned for this future show called Clarice, which will take place in 1993, a year after the events of the Silence of the Lambs.With Alex Kurtzman (Alias, Star Trek) and Jenny Lumet (Star Trek: Discovery) at the helm, this series should explore the life and past of FBI agent Clarice Starling as she returns to the field to pursue murderers and sexual predators.His investigations will also lead him to investigate the political plots which are brewing in Washington.
For Alex Kurtzman and Jenny Lumet, the story of Clarice Starling is interesting to explore today: "After more than 20 years of silence, we have the privilege of giving the floor to one of the most hardened heroines in the United States.United: Clarice Starling.Clarice's bravery and complexity have always been enlightening, even if her personal story has remained in the shadows.But we need to tell it today through her struggle, her resilience, her victory.Her story is timeless."In The Silence of the Lambs, Clarice Starling is a young FBI recruit who wants to prove herself.She must interview the famous Hannibal Lecter (Anthony Hopkins), a cannibal psychiatrist who has been locked up for years, in order to be able to apprehend Buffalo Bill, an enigmatic serial killer.
The character Clarice Starling, from the novel by Thomas Harris, was played by Jodie Foster in The Silence of the Lambs.The actress was awarded the Oscar for best actress for her interpretation.The character was then taken up by Julianne More in the 2001 film Hannibal.We don't yet know who could embody this cult role and if the series will get a full season.As a reminder, a similar project was announced by Lifetime and MGM in 2012 and he has never seen The character of Clarice Starling could also have appeared in Bryan Fuller's Hannibal series if she had been renewed.
Posted Date: 2020-06-28