The Walking Dead Spin-Off Trailer

This past week, we got our first look at the second series to spin-off from AMC’s zombie drama The Walking Dead. The new series still doesn’t have a title, but the first trailer has been dubbed the next installment of The Walking Dead Universe, and for the first time ever, it focuses on two young female protagonists as part of the first generation to come-of-age in the wake of the zombie apocalypse. Though society seems to have gotten a little more “normal,” there’s still plenty danger lurking out in the world as a group of teens ventures out into it for themselves. But there may also be hope for a brighter future for these kids out there.  Watch The Walking Dead spin-off trailer below. Read More »

new walking dead spin-off images

AMC will never let The Walking Dead die. Even as ratings (and quality) decline, it’s still the biggest hit they have. In addition to the still-going main TV series they also have the spin-off Fear the Walking Dead. And then there’s a Walking Dead movie with Andrew Lincoln heading to theaters. You’d think that might be enough, but no: there’s another spin-off coming as well. This still-untitled show follows young protagonists who are the first to come of age in a post-zombie world. The first official new Walking Dead spin-off images have been released, and you can see them below.

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Avengers Endgame Hulk clip

This weekend, the 45th Saturn Awards honored the best in fantasy, sci-fi, and horror motion pictures, television shows and more. Held at the historic Avalon Theater in Hollywood and streamed online on eight different platforms, the awards show was hosted by Aisha Tyler and featured appearances by some of Hollywood’s biggest stars. But no one had a bigger presence than Avengers: Endgame, which walked away with six total awards, including Best Comic-to-Motion Picture Release and Best Actor in a Film for Robert Downey Jr. Otherwise, the awards were spread out pretty evenly throughout the evening.

Get the full list of 2019 Saturn Award winners below. Read More »

third Walking Dead show

Jordan Vogt-Roberts, the director of 2017’s Kong: Skull Island, is stepping into another existing universe. He’ll direct AMC’s third Walking Dead series, the untitled spin-off which will follow members of a separate civilization which survived the zombie apocalypse – specifically, a group of young people who grew up in the relative safety of a walled community. Read on for more information about the upcoming spin-off, including its newly-announced star. Read More »

the walking dead spin-off trailer

The Walking Dead universe continues to expand — kind of like an undead plague slowly taking over the Earth. But The Walking Dead‘s expansion is a little more innocuous: It comes in the form of a new series: the third The Walking Dead series following the original and Fear the Walking Dead. It won’t be the last either, as AMC plans to keep developing new shows set in this zombie-filled universe.

The third The Walking Dead series was teased at Fear the Walking Dead‘s San Diego Comic-Con panel, but now we get a glimpse of its cast and concept art in a new The Walking Dead spin-off trailer.

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The Walking Dead movie trailer

We knew there was a Walking Dead movie on the way – three of them, in fact – but until today, we were all under the impression that those films were supposed to be made-for-TV movies which would debut on AMC, the same network home of the zombie series.

But today at The Walking Dead Comic-Con panel, we got a game-changing update: The Walking Dead movie is actually coming exclusively to theaters, courtesy of Universal Pictures. Check out the first trailer for the film below.
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The latest Comic-Con panel for AMC’s The Walking Dead arrives at a pivotal time for the series. Original star Andrew Lincoln has left the show and Danai Gurira will bow out after this season. The Image comic book, which has long been the chief inspiration for the show and its storylines, has come to an end. This is also the show’s tenth season, a milestone that few television shows have reached.

And yet, The Walking Dead continues to be a major draw for the crowds at Hall H, even as the series attempts to redefine itself a decade into its run. Here’s what we learned from this year’s panel.

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Fear the Walking Dead Comic-Con Panel

Fear the Walking Dead has never achieved the popularity of its sister show, but it remains a key piece of one of the biggest franchises on television…and a constant presence in Hall H at Comic-Con. AMC brought the series back to the world’s largest pop culture convention in the middle of the series’ fifth season, which continued the show’s attempt to soft-reboot itself with new cast members and a new direction.

Here’s what we learned from the panel.

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2019 Saturn Awards Nominations

The 45th Saturn Awards nominations have been announced. Normally the Saturn Awards winners are held in June, but this year, the genre-loving awards have been revamped thanks to shifting the presentation of the awards themselves to September. As part of this revitalization, the awards will also be partnering with a streaming site in order to get more exposure, and an announcement will be coming soon with information about where fans can watch the broadcast.

In order to accommodate this major change, the eligibility window for this year’s nominations stretches all the way back to March 1, 2018 and runs through July 7, 2019. That means you’ll see nominees ranging from Steven Spielberg’s Ready Player One last year to this year’s third season of Stranger Things. That’s quite a huge window, and there are plenty to get through, so let’s check out the full list of 2019 Saturn Awards nominations below. Read More »

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Walking Dead comic ending

The Walking Dead will live on in the form of TV shows, spin-offs, and movies for a while yet, but Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard‘s comic book that started it all has come to a dramatic surprise end. The ongoing series, which had been published regularly since 2003, ends tomorrow with issue #193, a lengthy wrap-up in the wake of a jaw-dropping development in the story. Read Kirkman’s explanation for why he decided to end the comic, but beware: there are spoilers ahead. Read More »