walking dead season 9 trailer

The Walking Dead, AMC Network’s current pride and joy, continues to shamble forward like the rotting corpse of an undead walker. A new The Walking Dead season 9 trailer just debuted at San Diego Comic-Con International, and you can watch it below right now. Read More »

andrew lincoln leaving the walking dead

UPDATE #2, 7/19/2018: The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman has commented about Lincoln’s departure. Read his comments below.

UPDATE: We’ve got new details on how The Walking Dead will continue without Andrew Lincoln. Our original story from May 29 with updated information follows below.

All long-running television shows eventually start shedding their leading characters…and AMC’s The Walking Dead has never been shy about shedding them directly into a meat grinder. The ever-popular zombie series has killed plenty of folks over the years, but Andrew Lincoln‘s Rick Grimes has always seemed untouchable, the one person on the buffet who would avoid becoming zombie chow.

But it seems that Lincoln is looking to exit the series after season 9, which means his license to survive is about to expire.

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Comic-Con 2018 schedule friday

The San Diego Comic-Con schedule continues to take shape. Yesterday, the schedule for July 19 arrived. Now, the schedule for Friday, July 20 is here, and there is plenty to get excited about. You can officially expect panels for Halloween, Glass, Bumblebee, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-VerseThe Walking Dead, Castle Rock, and more. See highlights from the Friday line-up below.

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fear the walking dead lawsuit

AMC has been hit with yet another lawsuit over its massively popular The Walking Dead franchise. But this time, it’s the spin-off Fear the Walking Dead engaging in the legal battle.

Dead Ahead author Mel Smith has accused Fear the Walking Dead of copyright infringement after its season 2 arc tread too closely to his book’s premise of a zombie apocalypse at sea.

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Jon Bernthal Waking Dead season 9

Jon Bernthal‘s career has really taken off since his Walking Dead days, but the actor isn’t against staying true to his roots. Bernthal will return for The Walking Dead season 9, just as his former co-star Andrew Lincoln exits the show.

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Chirs Hardwick Allegations

Update: The Wrap reports that Chris Hardwick will not moderate the Warner Bros. panel at Comic-Con this year. He previously moderated the studio’s Hall H presentation in 2017 and 2014.

Just before the weekend, comedian and television personality Chris Hardwick had some serious allegations tossed his way when ex-girlfriend Chloe Dykstra penned a detailed and disturbing essay laying out his pattern of emotional and sexual abuse throughout their three-year relationship. For his part, Chris Hardwick denied these allegations in an official statement, but that hasn’t stopped AMC from taking action while they “assess the situation.”

AMC has pulled the second season of Talking with Chris Hardwick, which is hosted and produced by the comedian, from their schedule. Furthermore, the network says the comedian and host is stepping down from moderating panels for both AMC and BBC America at San Diego Comic-Con next month. Read More »

deadpool 2 tv spots

Deadpool and The Walking Dead crossover would do amazing numbers, but it looks like the closest thing we’ll get to that are a few Deadpool 2 TV spots that aired after the season premiere of Fear the Walking Dead.

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Watercolor horror movie posters

While studio-released movie posters tend to disappoint these days, we can always count on intrepid artists to create something special on their own. Artist Christopher Shy has created a slew of new watercolor horror movie posters, and they’re stunning. Feast your eyes on these beauties below.

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(This post contains immediate and major spoilers for The Walking Dead.)

Carl Grimes is dead. In all the seasons of The Walking Dead so far, I don’t think anyone would have guessed that one of the zombie apocalypse’s casualties would be Carl, one of the show’s original and longest-running characters. For many fans, a show without Carl is like a show without his dad,  Rick – it just wouldn’t be The Walking Dead. It would be a completely different show that didn’t sign up for.

You would think the creative team behind The Walking Dead would respect that. But instead, they have thrown caution to the wind and committed one of the most asinine decisions in the show’s history. They killed Carl. What’s even worse, they killed him without any ascertainable reason.

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The Walking Dead season finale

The Walking Dead, the show that refuses to die, and its spin-off series Fear the Walking Dead, are coming to the big screen for one night only. The Walking Dead season finale and the Fear the Walking Dead season premiere will play a double-feature in U.S. theaters on April 15, 2018.

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