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Fans have been weighing in with their thoughts about the new Walking Dead season 5 trailer that debuted at Comic-Con in San Diego, but what about the cast and producers themselves? What do they have to say about it? After the awesome experience of watching them watch it on a monitor while backstage at their panel, I asked Team Walking Dead their thoughts later when they stopped by the Entertainment Weekly Radio (SiriusXM, channel 105) studio at the convention, and now you can hear the entire conversation by clicking on the audio player icon below.
Joining us were none other than cast members Norman Reedus, »
- Dalton Ross
Cast and crew of "The Walking Dead" have been dropping hints for months now about what viewers can expect from the upcoming fifth season of the show. They were at it again this weekend, as the group that sat for a panel discussion at San Diego Comic-Con also chatted with Entertainment Weekly's SiriusXM station about the spoiler-ific season ahead.
Actors Norman Reedus (Daryl), Steven Yeun (Glenn), Lauren Cohan (Maggie), Danai Gurira (Michonne), and Michael Cudlitz (Abraham) and executive producer Scott M. Gimple and co-executive producer Denise Huth spoke with EW's Dalton Ross about what lies ahead for the series, and just where the group might end up. Cudlitz hinted that "it certainly looks like we're heading to DC" to find a cure for the zombie outbreak, a quest that his character started at the end of season four.
But that's not all that's in store for fans of the hit AMC drama. »
- Katie Roberts
It's easy for those of us who attend Sdcc for work to forget what a cool experience it can be for fans... and the celebrities who are the recipients of said fans' attentions. Go behind the scenes - and to the panel - with the cast & crew of "The Walking Dead."
We have six fun videos to share, which were released by AMC as a follow-up to the show's Sro panel in Hall H:
- Fans Meet the Cast at the Comic-Con BBQ
- Backstage with the Cast
- Panel Highlights:
**Cast on Their Characters' Evolutions
**Norman Reedus on How He Is Similar to Daryl
**A Walker Fan with a Question
**Robert Kirkman on His Dark Side
As part of our coverage of "The Walking Dead" at Comic-Con, we learned Season 5 will contain more action, bigger setpieces, and a new state of decay in the walkers. It kicks off Sunday, »
- Debi Moore
(Cbr) At Comic-Con International, Skybound Entertainment premiered the teaser trailer for the Robert Kirkman-produced sci-fi thriller Air. Directed by Christian Cantamessa from a script he wrote with Chris Pasetto, the film is set in an underground facility that houses cryogenically frozen people who are intended to re-establish society after nuclear fallout renders Earth’s atmosphere unbreathable. Norman Reedus (The Walking Dead) and Djimon Hounsou (Guardians of the Galaxy) star as custodial workers who struggle to hold on to their sanity — and their lives — as they maintain the last livable place on the planet. “The film is full of hope,” Cantamessa said during Skybound’s Comic-Con panel. “It’s just my way to kind of give hope that there is a future, and the best way to experience it is maybe seeing the other side first, and then you can appreciate what you’ve got,” the director said. “I think »
- Kevin Melrose, Comic Book Resources
Earlier this year, a Vancouver location was turned into a top secret set. Security was so tight that at any given time there were a handful of personnel guarding the stars and producers. You'd think Tom Cruise was on set but instead, it was Norman Reedus and Djimon Hounsou. The movie they were shooting? Air.
Though it sounds like a bunch of other movies we've seen before, much of the recent buzz around Air comes from the fact that the movie is being produced by "The Walking Dead" creator Robert Kirkman. Big name alert...I guess.
The teaser isn't exactly earth shattering but it sets up an interesting premise: Reedus and Hounsou are custodial workers whose job is to maintain the equipment that keeps the underground bunker that houses the remnants of humanity.
Air [Continued ...] »
Djimon Hounson co-stars with Norman Reedus ("The Walking Dead") in a new sci-fi thriller titled "Air," which is produced by Reedus' "Walking Dead" creator, Robert Kirkman. The "low-budget pic" is co-written by video game veteran Christian Cantamessa and Chris Pasetto, and directed by Pasetto (his feature film debut). The plot follows 2 custodial workers - Hounsou and Reedus - as they struggle to maintain their sanity in a cryogenic facility, whose residents are meant to restore society, following a nuclear war. Sony is in negotiations for distribution rights to the film, which Reedus is also executive producing, along with »
- Tambay A. Obenson
Fans of "The Walking Dead" no doubt sensed a bit of sexual tension mounting between Daryl and Beth in the latter half of the show's fourth season, where the pair were stranded alone together, and began to to form an intense bond. But is there really a chance for romance for the pair?
Norman Reedus, who plays Daryl, shared his thoughts with Cinema Blend during an appearance at Comic-Con this weekend, noting that Beth offered Daryl, who had already suffered plenty throughout the series's run, a bit of hope.
"Beth was kind of like this long dark tunnel. She was kind of like this little flame at the end of it," Reedus told the site. "[Daryl] got closer and closer to that flame and thought maybe he could see something and maybe there would be light and it's getting warmer and warmer... and then someone blew it out."
That latter statement »
- Katie Roberts
Today we have the first trailer for the upcoming sci-fi movie "Air," which stars Norman Reedus ("The Walking Dead") and Djimon Hounsou, and is from Robert Kirkman, the creator of "The Walking Dead." Check it out below. Plot: When Earth's atmosphere is all but destroyed, humanity's last hope is the personnel cryogenically frozen in an underground bunker. Reedus and Hounsou play the caretakers of the facility whose sanity is tested as they struggle to survive in the last bit of habitable space on Earth. The new movie is directed by Christian Cantamessa, who's making his helming debut. Trailer: »
It’s not easy being the last two men on Earth. Or taking care of the last people on Earth. Well, something like that, I guess. Check out the first teaser trailer for Christian Cantamessa’s “Air,” which boasts the executive producing prowess (whatever that means) of “The Walking Dead’s” Robert Kirkman. Ol Kirk brought along his “Walking Dead” star Norman Reedus to play one of the film’s two leads. The teaser is very mysterious, and I’m already trying to guess its plot twist. Oh come on, you know there’s a plot twist. I think I have it figured out going by what little evidence is presented, but I won’t say just in case I’m right. Air is about two custodians who struggle to hold onto their sanity living in an underground bunker with cryogenically frozen people meant to re-populate society. Starring Norman Reedus, »
The Walking Dead hit Comic-Con with a fury earlier in the week, debuting the The Walking Dead Season 5 trailer. They also held a provocative Q&A panel in San Diego that brought out fans in droves. We have video from their presentation, which includes most of the main cast, with Andrew Lincoln, Steven Yeun, Chandler Riggs, Norman Reedus, Melissa Suzanne McBride, Lauren Cohan, Emily Kinney, Danai Gurira and more offering insight into future episodes. Check it out, and then check out the first trailer for The Walking Dead Season 5 if you missed it earlier in the week.
AMC announced from Comic Con International in San Diego, CA the premiere of The Walking Dead Season 5 on Sunday, October 12 at 9pm Et/Pt. As in previous seasons, the series' fifth season of 16 episodes will air in two-parts with the first eight hours kicking off October 12 and the final eight episodes returning February »
As you can probably guess, The Walking Dead is most likely not getting a laugh track anytime soon, but the cast was happy to elaborate on some rumors that the show would become more light-hearted when they stopped by the EW Hideout. Lauren Cohan, Norman Reedus, Michael Cudlitz, Steven Yeun, and Gurira also joked about potential Comic-Con disguises and more unlikely Walking Dead scenarios—like picnics. »
- Ariana Bacle
With practically no dialogue, the teaser trailer for Skybound Entertainment's Air debuted at Sdcc this weekend, and we have it for you right here along with a few highlights from the panel.
Director Christian Cantamessa described the film to the crowd assembled for Skybound's presentation, "[It] is full of hope. It's just my way to kind of give hope that there is a future, and the best way to experience it is maybe seeing the other side first, and then you can appreciate what you've got."
He added, "I think the best science-fiction is talking about our society and our world."
Kirkman explained the setup, "Norman and Djimon are playing maintenance workers in a makeshift cryogenic facility in a missile silo that was put together in a hurry »
- Debi Moore
Yesterday San Diego Comic-Con played host to the ‘Robert Kirkman presents Skybound Entertainment Featuring Norman Reedus’ panel, which offered the opportunity for The Walking Dead creator and his producing partner David Alpert’s company Skybound to showcase its first feature film Air.
Directed by Christian Cantamessa, the film stars Norman Reedus (The Walking Dead) and Djimon Hounsou (Guardians of the Galaxy) as two men charged with maintaining an underground bunker full of cryogenically frozen people following a nuclear disaster. Take a look at the poster, followed by the teaser trailer below…
Air is set to arrive next year.
- Gary Collinson
Imagine being a custodial worker in a bunker that’s the last livable place on Earth. The air outside is unbreathable, and a select group of humans are in cryogenic slumber around you. This is life for workers Bauer and Cartwright, but great responsibility and a dark secret could threaten to destroy their sanity and the human race. Produced by Robert Kirkman and starring Norman Reedus, Air is hitting theaters next spring and a teaser trailer was released yesterday during Comic-Con.
Set to come out in the spring of 2015, Air is the first feature film from Skybound Entertainment. Joining Reedus in the movie is Djimon Hounsou (Gladiator, Blood Diamond, Fast & Furious 7), who plays Cartwright opposite Reedus’ Bauer. Christian Cantamessa (co-writer of the video game, Red Dead Redemption) makes his directing debut with Air, based off a script by himself and Chris Pasetto. Robert Kirkman is producing the project, along with David Alpert, »
- Derek Anderson
The first trailer for Air has debuted at Comic-Con 2014. This thriller comes from comics publishing imprint Skybound Entertainment, founded by The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman. The Walking Dead star Norman Reedus is joined by Djimon Hounsou as two caretakers struggling to survive in an underground cryogenic facility which houses the frozen personnel who will re-establish society. Watch the first footage from this edge-of-your-seat ride and check out the first poster.
Air is set in an underground cryogenic facility after a nuclear fallout renders the atmosphere unbreathable. Air centers on its two custodial workers, who take care of the cryogenically sleeping personnel that are to re-establish society, but they struggle to preserve their own sanity and lives while maintaining the extremely fragile environment of the last livable place on earth.
The first trailer and poster for Air were revealed at the Skybound Entertainment panel at Comic-Con Saturday afternoon. Air reunites The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman (who was on hand to host) with one of that show’s stars, Norman Reedus, who stars alongside Djimon Hounsou (Guardians of the Galaxy) as two custodial workers who tend to a cryogenics facility containing the last of humankind in suspended animation.
The trailer opens with Michael Hogan (Col. Tigh from Battlestar Galatica) giving a very presidential speech about protecting our way of life from global tyranny. And then nuclear war apparently wipes out life on the planet and renders the surface and the atmosphere unlivable. It’s okay, though, because a small piece of humanity has been cryogenically frozen, tasked with repopulating the planet once things are viable again.
Click to continue reading ‘Air’ Trailer: Robert Kirkman Takes on a New Kind of »
- B.C. Edwards
From the looks of this 3-minute long Comic Con trailer for “The Walking Dead” Season 5, it appears as if Rick and company’s ordeal at the hands of those nutcases at Terminus don’t actually last that long. Those guys are what, cannibals, right? Pretty soon everyone’s out and about with guns and whatnot. And did they team up with those weirdos? I’m so confused. Anyways, check out the Comic Con trailer below. The final shot of Rick with an assault rifle is just pure awesome sauce. No more planting crops for this ex-Sheriff’s Deputy! Andrew Lincoln returns to lead the cast, including Norman Reedus, Steven Yeun, Lauren Cohan, Chandler Riggs, Scott Wilson, Melissa McBride, David Morrissey, Emily Kinney, Danai Gurira, Chad Coleman and Sonequa Martin-Green. Season 5 premieres this October 12th. »
Amongst the various panels at Comic-Con yesterday were two of the hottest shows on television in HBO’s epic fantasy Game of Thrones and AMC’s zombie drama The Walking Dead, and we just so happen to have both of them for you right here in full; meanwhile, you can also check out the new cast additions for season four of Game of Thrones here, as well as the first trailer for season five of The Walking Dead here…
Featuring showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, creator George R.R. Martin and cast members Pedro Pascal, Maisie Williams, Rory McCann, Natalie Dormer, Sophie Turner, Kit Harrington, Rose Leslie and John Bradley.
Featuring showrunner Scott Gimple, executive producers Gale Anne Hurd, Greg Nicotero and David Alpert and stars Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Steven Yeun, Lauren Cohan, Danai Gurira, Norman Reedus,, Melissa McBride, Chad Coleman and Michael Cudlitz.
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- Gary Collinson
Even the presence of a fan in full 'walker' costume was not enough to faze the show's stars at a Q&A session
You may know them as a group of ragtag humans fighting for survival in a zombie-infested world, but the cast of AMC's The Walking Dead were able to turn down the grit and host a surprisingly funny presentation at Comic-Con on Friday.
The event, which offered fans a first glimpse at the new season to premiere in October, was one of the most highly anticipated of the convention. The panel, moderated by Chris Hardwick and made up of stars Andrew Lincoln (Rick Grimes), Chad Coleman (Dennis Wise), Norman Reedus (Daryl Dixon), Steven Yeun (Glenn Ree), Lauren Cohan (Maggie Green), Danai Gurira (Michonne), Melissa McBride (Carol Peletier), Chandler Riggs (Carl Grimes) and Michael Cudlitz (Abraham Ford), with comic book writer Robert Kirkman and executive producers Scott Gimple, Gale Anne Hurd, »
- Emma-Lee Moss in San Diego
A full trailer for Seas. 5 of "The Walking Dead" has been released. This clip was first shown at the San Diego Comic Con and the reel shows snippets from the entire season. Several characters will be returning, including: Rick (Andrew Lincoln), Beth (Emily Kinney), Daryl (Norman Reedus) and Bob (Lawrence Gilliard Jr.). A few other characters are shown less prominently. The zombie slashing madness begins again this October 12th, 2014. Story details are limited for the upcoming season. However, astute television fans can see elements of cannibalism. One man is prone on a slab as another hacks him to pieces. This short scene is shown through a foggy lens. As well, Rick and his crew are gassed, earlier in the trailer. Men with gas masks and guns assault the car, in which Rick and the other survivors are held prisoner. The clip also shows an explosive finale. Zombies are set alight »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael Allen)
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