The Walking Dead (2010– )
It’s a film that more than lives up its lofty reputation, combining social commentary that (sadly) remains bold to this day and some genuinely terrifying zombie thrills. One of the reasons it’s so scary is that it’s shot in black and white. This was chosen primarily for budgetary reasons (the film was shot for a mere $114,000), yet it gives it an indelibly timeless, stark and brutal quality.
So, it’s fascinating to see these color behind the scenes photos from the set, which give us an idea of what things might have looked like had it not been in black and white.
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Well, maybe not. ComicBook.com is speculating that the actor might be looking for the exit door, as recent comments of his make it sound like he’s not as enthusiastic about the show’s future as he once was. Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter in a recent interview, Lincoln said:
“I’ve said to you before and I really feel that the fans — and also for my own satisfaction — that there deserves to be an end point. There needs to be an end game and that
More than a year has passed since Rick Famuyiwa parted ways with Warner Bros. – the Dope filmmaker dropped out due to creative differences all the way back in 2016 – and now, the studio has tapped Spider-Man: Homecoming scribes John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein to helm Barry Allen’s long-anticipated solo movie.
Had things panned out differently, though, Variety’s scoop would have signaled the announcement of Ben Affleck as director, not Daley and Goldstein. According to today’s findings, The Batman (?) and Justice League actor was initially courted for Flashpoint, but ultimately refused. Whether that’s further proof that Affleck is beginning to distance himself from the DC Extended Universe is something we’ll leave to you, but it does present some food for thought.
Because let’s face it, the writer-director has been casting doubt over his Dceu future
There had been chatter about Chandler Riggs leaving the show for awhile, but this season’s midseason finale finally turned rumor into reality. Back in December, it was revealed that Carl had been bitten by a walker, and given the location of the bite, there doesn’t seem to be any alternative to the inevitable. When the show returns in February we will see the resolution of this reveal, but what’s the point of continuing without Carl as part of the show?
Press Release: Santa Monica, CA (January 16, 2018) – Deception can be your deadliest enemy when Season 3 of “Fearthe Walking Dead” – the companion series to the #1-rated cable series “The Walking Dead” – arrives on Blu-ray (plus Digital HD) and DVD March 13 from Lionsgate. As society collapses around them, the families must come together to survive the apocalypse and combat the deadly threats on all sides. Hailed as “the best full season so far” (Forbes), “Fear the Walking Dead” Season 3 stars Kim Dickens (Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, Gone Girl), Cliff Curtis (Risen, The Dark Horse), Frank Dillane (“Sense8,” Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
At least, that’s according to The Walking Dead mainstay Andrew Lincoln, who previewed season 8’s back-end in a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly. Pegged for a mid-season premiere on February 25th, AMC’s gripping zombie drama has dialed the tension up to 11 in the wake of Carl’s impending death – Chandler Riggs’ character, one of the show’s longest servants, suffered a fatal walker bite just prior to the winter hiatus – and Lincoln believes it’s high time for The Walking Dead to start taking risks.
I think, well, why not? We’re eight years, into a big story and I think if there is a future game — which I know that there is — they’re going to have to take some big swings and change things up. Loosening and untethering us from a lot of the story in the
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In season four of Fear the Walking Dead, we will see the world of Madison Clark (Kim Dickens) and her family through new eyes – the eyes of Morgan Jones (Lennie James), joining the story from the The Walking Dead. The characters’ immediate past mixes with an uncertain present of struggle and discovery as they meet new friends, foes and threats. They fight for each other, against each other and against a legion of the dead to somehow build an existence against the crushing pressure of lives coming apart. There will be darkness and light; terror and grace; the heroic, mercenary, and craven, all crashing together towards a new reality.
The new season of Fear the Walking Dead will consist of 16 episodes with the final half
Well, we’ve heard numerous times now that those involved in The Walking Dead hope to do at least 10 seasons, if not more, and at this point it looks likely that they’ll get their wish, but you’ve gotta imagine that the end is in sight. I mean, the cast aren’t getting any younger and with ratings starting to slip, it might be best to go out while the show is still mostly on top. That doesn’t mean that the brand as a whole has to vanish, though. Far from it,
Just before Christmas, The Walking Dead mainstay, one who has been a cornerstone of AMC’s zombie drama from the very beginning, suffered a fatal walker bite, indicating that his days are very much numbered.
Shell-shocked, Rick Grimes struggled to process what is undoubtedly the show’s biggest death – so far, at least – and that’s something that can be said about The Walking Dead‘s impassioned community, too, who will be forced to say goodbye to the young, and often times fearless Carl Grimes on February 25th.
That’s the weekend in which season 8 is set to return, and to give viewers an idea of what’s to come, Chandler Riggs previewed Carl’s “emotional” final moments in a candid chat with Entertainment Weekly:
It is gonna be some of Carl’s final moments in the next episode. And though
According to multiple sources, including EW and ComicBook.com, Fear the Walking Dead Season 4 will premiere on Sunday, April 15th at 10:00pm Est, directly after The Walking Dead Season 8 finale. New episodes will then continue at 9:00pm Est beginning the following Sunday.
EW recently unveiled a new batch of photos featuring new Fear The Walking Dead characters Althea (Maggie Grace), John (Garret Dillahunt), and Naomi (Jenna Elfman).
One of the new faces on Fear The Walking Dead is Lennie James, who will cross over from The Walking Dead to play Morgan, who was also showcased in two new images from the fourth season.
With Dave Erickson now working on another project for AMC, Ian
‘Walking Dead’ Renewed For Season 9 With New Showrunner
The series is being renewed for a ninth season, to premiere in late 2018. Current showrunner Scott M. Gimple is being elevated to Chief Content Officer, overseeing the entire "Dead" television universe, including "The Walking Dead", "Fear the Walking Dead", and potential brand extensions on a variety of platforms. Angela Kang, who has been a writer on the show since 2011 and co-executive producer since 2013, is being promoted by Gimple to executive producer and showrunner of "The Walking Dead", starting with season nine.
"This is an enormously important day for the entire 'The Walking Dead' television universe", said Charlie Collier, president of AMC, SundanceTV and AMC Studios. "We are proud to acknowledge Angela's significant contribution to the series and to
“I am beyond thrilled to be stepping into this new role with ‘The Walking Dead.’ Working on this series and having the opportunity to adapt Robert Kirkman’s amazing comic has been a fangirl dream come true for me. I’m excited to continue working with Scott and the wonderfully supportive folks at AMC,
In season four of Fear the Walking Dead, we will see the world of Madison Clark (Kim Dickens) and her family through new eyes – the eyes of Morgan Jones (Lennie James), joining the story from the world of The Walking Dead.
The characters’ immediate past mixes with an uncertain present of struggle and discovery as they meet new friends, foes and threats. They fight for each other, against each other and against a legion of the dead to somehow build an existence against the crushing pressure of lives coming apart. There will be darkness and light; terror and grace; the heroic, mercenary, and craven, all crashing together towards a new reality for Fear the Walking Dead.
The events that occurred before Rick wakes up from his coma in the first issue of Image Comics’ The Walking Dead have been explored rather sparsely considering the massive cast of characters who populate the world of the series. One such exploration came in the form of a 2016 digital one-shot from writer Brian K. Vaughan (Saga, Paper Girls) and artist Marcos Martin (The Private Eye, Barrier), titled The Walking Dead: The Alien.
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