Posted on Tuesday, November 19th, 2013 by Angie Han
Four seasons in, AMC’s The Walking Dead is currently on its third showrunner. But its original showrunner still hasn’t quite forgiven the network for ousting him in the first place.
While doing press rounds for his new TNT series Mob City, Frank Darabont has admitted that he no longer watches the megahit series he helped create, blasting the “sociopaths” who dumped him halfway through production on Season 2. Hit the jump to read his candid comments.
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Posted on Friday, November 15th, 2013 by Angie Han
AMC was pretty light on specifics when they first announced plans for a The Walking Dead spinoff. All they said at the time was that it would hone in on “a new corner of The Walking Dead universe” with “an entirely new story and cast of characters.” And while they have yet to confirm any new details, the unofficial word going around is that the new show could be a prequel. Hit the jump to read about what that might look like.
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Posted on Thursday, November 14th, 2013 by Angie Han
George A. Romero gave birth to the modern zombie with 1968’s Night of the Living Dead, and at present the most popular example of that horror subgenre is The Walking Dead. A Romero-directed episode of the AMC series, then, seems like a natural fit. But sorry, gore junkies, Romero just isn’t interested.
In a recent interview, Romero revealed that he’d actually been approached to work on the horror show, but declined because he didn’t think The Walking Dead focused enough on the zombies. Read his comments after the jump.
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Briefly: Despite the fact that no show seems to garner more “why am I still watching this?” comments every week than The Walking Dead, the fact is people are still watching it. Loads of them. 16.1 million people tuned in to the recent season four premiere, which is a record number for any basic cable show, and the showing in the key 18-49 demographic was particularly good.
And so the thing has been renewed for a fifth season, which was all but inevitable at this point. Read More »
Entering its 23rd year, Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights has a simple directive: to scare you senseless. While the haunted mazes inspired by original and obscure content offer plenty of chills, the main draw is being able to step inside a beloved horror franchise. This year’s incarnation dares fans to confront the demons of Evil Dead, the lickers of Resident Evil, the lycanthropes of An American Werewolf in London, the shuffling walkers of The Walking Dead, and the smorgasbord of baddies beneath The Cabin in the Woods. Universal Studios invited /Film to a V.I.P. – sorry, R.I.P – opening night, beginning with a special walk-through with the creator of a bona fide classic. Read More »
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Low Winter Sun The Walking Dead. The bloody zombie apocalypse drama returns Sunday October 13 for its fourth season and we’ll finally find out what happens when Woodbury and the prison are forced to co-exist, with the Governor somewhere on the outside.
Continuing an ongoing trend, AMC has allowed a small gallery to host an official art exhibit to celebrate the premiere of the latest season. So, on Friday October 11, the Hero Complex Gallery in Los Angeles will host a show full of art based on AMC’s The Walking Dead. We’re proud to exclusively reveal the first wave or art. Pieces below include work by JC Richard, Paul Shipper, Cuyler Smith, JJ Harrison, Evanimal and others. Check it out below. Read More »
Posted on Monday, September 16th, 2013 by Angie Han
Better call… Robert Kirkman? As Breaking Bad fans speculate about the developing spinoff series Better Call Saul, AMC has announced a companion show for another of its biggest hits, The Walking Dead.
The as yet unnamed scripted series will follow the zombie apocalypse from another perspective, following a fresh set of characters in a brand-new plotline. Like the original show, the new drama will be based on Kirkman’s long-running comic series. Hit the jump for more details. Read More »
AMC has been teasing fans on Sunday nights by embedding clips of high interest into their newest show, Low Winter Sun. For the past two weeks, they teased the coming attractions for Breaking Bad. This past Sunday, the network promised a brand new clip from the fourth season of The Walking Dead. However, since not many people are watching Mark Strong’s cop drama, odds are you didn’t see it.
Thanks to the magic of the Internet, that clip is now online. It shows Michonne (Danai Gurira) returning to the prison on horseback only to run into some very bitey trouble. Check it out below. Read More »
One of fundamental rules of The Walking Dead universe is that everyone alive is infected with the zombie virus. The only way it takes hold is if you die.
With that in mind, a deleted scene from the third season of The Walking Dead has come online. Taken from the episode “Home” where Rick (Andrew Lincoln) is losing his mind and seeing visions of his wife Lori (Sarah Wayne Callies), the scene flips what we thought happened on its head in an extremely visceral way. Check it out below. Read More »