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It’s that time again! AMC and Anchor Bay Entertainment are releasing another season of “The Walking Dead” on DVD and Blu-ray! “The Walking Dead: The Complete Fifth Season” will be released on Blu-ray plus Digital HD and DVD Aug. 25. The five-disc set will feature all 16 episodes of the past season as well as tons of special features and bonus footage. For real, there’s a huge amount of features on this release. Special features include audio commentaries from showrunner/executive producer/writer Scott M. Gimple, executive producer Gale Anne Hurd, executive producer Tom Luse, executive producer/special effects make-up supervisor/director GregNicotero, director Julius Ramsay and actors Chad L. Coleman, Lauren Cohan, Danai [ Read More ]
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For five years, AMC and The Walking Dead have grabbed cable by the neck and demanded viewers’ attention, with their ongoing story of a world, post-zombie apocalypse. Show-runners have come and gone, characters have arrived and died, turned into walkers, and hell, what Hasn’T happened in those five years?!
Now Anchor Bay is getting ready to unleash the Robert Kirkman comic-based TV show’s fifth season, in all of its Rick Grimes, Daryl Dixon and now Father Stoked & The Hunters-filled glory on August 25th. Coming out in both a Blu-ray™ + Digital HD and DVD editions, The Walking Dead: The Complete Fifth Season, like the previous Anchor Bay Walking Dead releases, is jam packed with enough special features to fill your quota of zombie mayhem and keep your zombie-lovin busy until the series returns with its sixth season this October.
The Walking Dead: The Complete Fifth Season
- Jerry Smith
Five years ago, a man awoke from a coma in a hospital. For sheriff's deputy Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln), what should have been a cause of celebration became the flash point for five years of unceasing horror, unrelenting personal sacrifice...and one of the most popular TV shows ever broadcast. On August 25th, Anchor Bay Entertainment gives home entertainment fans their annual Walker fix with The Walking Dead: The Complete Fifth Season Blu-ray + Digital HD and DVD releases. Each 5-disc set presents all sixteen gripping episodes from the series that has single-handedly redefined the zombie genre. True to the tradition of the previously released seasons, The Walking Dead: The Complete Fifth Season arrives jam-packed with three hours of insightful and provocative bonus features that give viewers yet another inside glimpse into creating the fallen world of the Walkers and the souls brave - and crazy - enough to attempt survival. »
We've known that The Walking Dead Season 5 was headed to Blu-ray and DVD on August 25th and we now have new details from Anchor Bay Entertainment, including the list of bonus features that will be included in the 5-disc set:
"Beverly Hills, CA – Five years ago, a man awoke from a coma in a hospital. For sheriff’s deputy Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln), what should have been a cause of celebration became the flash point for five years of unceasing horror, unrelenting personal sacrifice...and one of the most popular TV shows ever broadcast. On August 25th, Anchor Bay Entertainment gives home entertainment fans their annual Walker fix with The Walking Dead: The Complete Fifth Season Blu-ray™ + Digital HD and DVD releases. Each 5-disc set presents all sixteen gripping episodes from the series that has single-handedly redefined the zombie genre. True to the tradition of the previously released seasons, »
- Jonathan James
The Walker Stalkers are teaming up with Sixthman to bring the world of The Walking Dead to the Bahamas with their newly announced Walker Stalker Cruise. Taking place January 15th–18th, The Walker Stalker Cruise will include an impressive lineup of special guests, including Norman Reedus and Chandler Riggs.
The Walker Stalker Cruise will set sail from Miami to Nassau, Bahamas beginning January 15th.
So far, The Walker Stalker Cruise will feature the following special guests: Norman Reedus, Chandler Riggs, Emily Kinney, Sonequa Martin-Green, Chad L. Coleman, Christian Serratos, Lawrence Gilliard, Jr., and Ross Marquand.
Tickets are now available, and the first 1,000 registered attendees will receive a Norman Reedus-signed limited edition lithograph. These initial details are thanks to our friends at TheWalkingDead.com. To learn more about purchasing tickets, visit:
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- Derek Anderson
Well, we lost a number of brothas last season, much to the chagrin of black people everywhere: Spoilers (although, at this point, you really should already know, even if you weren't keeping up with the series, thanks to social media and the press) - Lawrence Gilliard, Jr. as Bob Stookey (Tyreese stabbed him in the head after he was bitten, to prevent his zombification); Tyreese (played by Chad L. Coleman) lost a lot of blood after two walker bites and died; and Noah (Tyler James Williams) was killed after Nicholas couldn’t stick to Glenn’s plan. But we still watched, right? In protest, but we continued to watch. All (somewhat) kidding aside... Corey Hawkins (who plays Dr Dre in the upcoming "Straight Outta Compton" N.W.A. biopic) has just been announced as a new "Walking Dead" cast member. Hawkins will bring the character known as Heath to life, when new »
- Tambay A. Obenson
Well, we lost a number of brothas last season, much to the chagrin of black people everywhere: Spoilers (although, at this point, you really should already know, even if you weren't keeping up with the series, thanks to social media and the press) - Lawrence Gilliard, Jr. as Bob Stookey (Tyreese stabbed him in the head after he was bitten, to prevent his zombification); Tyreese (played by Chad L. Coleman) lost a lot of blood after two walker bites and died; and Noah (Tyler James Williams) was killed after Nicholas couldn’t stick to Glenn’s plan. But we still watched, right? In protest, but we continued to watch. All (somewhat) kidding aside... Corey Hawkins (who plays Dr »
- Tambay A. Obenson
*Updated 5/12 with new events and guests* There are dozens of horror and comic events every year, and that gives fans plenty of opportunities to meet Robert Kirkman or one of the many cast members from The Walking Dead. Although it's a bit early for some of the bigger conventions to announce their full guest lists, we put together an initial list of stops so you can start making your travel plans.
New to the The Walking Dead convention circuit in 2015 are Tyler James Williams, Alexandra Breckenridge, and Seth Gilliam, along with some of the other new cast members we've seen in Season 5. If you're looking to catch most of The Walking Dead cast together at once, your best chance will be at the San Diego Comic-Con in July and the New York Comic Con in October. Those looking to meet Norman Reedus will have plenty of opportunities, as he is »
- Jonathan James
It's been a tough week for "The Walking Dead" stars Chad L. Coleman and Seth Gilliam ... but show producer Scott M. Gimple still has their backs, and says society can learn a lesson ... from one of them. Gimple was at Lax when he told our photog that Chad -- whose character Tyreese has already been eaten by zombies -- made a good point when he questioned humanity. Granted, he could've done it without screaming on a packed subway train. »
- TMZ Staff
Gilliam was pulled over for driving 107 mph in a 55-mph zone, according to police. He was arrested after police discovered a marijuana cigarette in his car. At Fayette County Jail, Gilliam was charged with DUI, drug possession and speeding.
Peachtree City is about 30 miles southwest of downtown Atlanta. Filming for season six of “The Walking Dead” was under way in nearby Senoia, Georgia.
Gilliam’s trouble with the law might not be too shocking. According to Brett Martin’s book “Difficult Men: Behind the Scenes of a Creative Revolution: From The Sopranos to Mad Men to Breaking Bad,” Gilliam has generated a reputation for this sort of behavior. During his time on “The Wire,” Gilliam was reportedly part of a “core group »
- Marianne Zumberge
Seth Gilliam plays a priest on "The Walking Dead," but got busted for blazing like a bat out of hell down a highway, possession of marijuana, and DUI. Let us pray. Police in Peachtree City, Ga arrested Gilliam -- who also played a cop on "The Wire" -- early Sunday morning after officers say they clocked him at 107 mph. Once he was pulled over ... cops smelled booze, and asked Gilliam if he'd been drinking. They »
- TMZ Staff
Chad L. Coleman regrets going off the rails — figuratively speaking — on a New York City subway last week. As seen in a now-viral video posted by TMZ, the Walking Dead actor went ballistic and caused a scene on a Brooklyn-bound 4 train last Friday, May 1, screaming at passengers as he paced up and down the car. "I want to know where my humanitarians are!" he yelled repeatedly. "Yes, I'm Chad L. Coleman! I'm on The Wire, The Walking Dead! If you care, f---ing care! [...] »
Actor Chad L. Coleman, best known for parts on The Wire and The Walking Dead, went on a loud and lengthy rant on a New York City subway train that was caught on camera. Chad L. Coleman Rant Pacing up and down the occupied train car, Coleman is heard shouting in the video, “Yes, I’m […]
- Chelsea Regan
The rant was recorded by a passenger and obtained by TMZ in a nearly four-minute video. In it, Coleman can be seen walking up and down the aisle, yelling at passengers in the profanity-filled monolog.
He also encouraged those on the train to record it: “If you need to write about, if you need to record it, get your phone out. And when you record what I said, tell me what the f— you exposed: nothing but the truth.”
“Where is my humanitarian?” he shouted at one person. “If you care, »
- Variety Staff
A video has surfaced of a man resembling and identifying himself as Chad L. Coleman, known for roles on The Wire and The Walking Dead, screaming and unleashing an expletive-filled rant at fellow passengers on a Brooklyn-bound New York City subway train. The clip, which a person seems to have recorded on a cell phone, was posted on TMZ on Friday. The outlet reported that the incident took place that day. A rep for Coleman, who played fan favorite Tyreese on the AMC series and also portrayed Cutty on The Wire, had no immediate comment. TMZ on Saturday quoted the actor as saying he wanted to apologize to his family and The Walking Dead cast members and that he was not drunk during his »
“Walking Dead” alum Chad L. Coleman was caught on video screaming on a New York City subway car Friday. The actor can be heard yelling “I wanna know where my humanitarians are! Yes, I am Chad L. Coleman! I’m on ‘The Wire,’ ‘The Walking Dead.’ I’m not trying to f—ing play no games with you!” Coleman even screamed at one point, “Yes, I’m an actor! You want me on TMZ? Record it!” TMZ did in fact release the video, along with a brief interview with Coleman explaining his actions. See Photos: Party Report in Pictures: ' »
- Joe Otterson
Chad Coleman, known for his roles in The Wire and, more recently, The Walking Dead, lost his shit on a New York City subway this week, and the whole thing was captured on video. (It happens to the best of us, Chad.) TMZ spoke with Coleman, who clarified that a man and woman on the train were trying to ascertain whether they knew Coleman, and the man said something along the lines of, "No, we don’t know that n*****." Coleman was upset. He explained that his subsequent shouting about "humanitarians" and "the fucking truth" stemmed from the problems in Baltimore. It's not clear if it would have been more effective of him to just go along with the rest of his Wire co-stars and post about it on social media. »
- Greg Cwik
Actor Chad L. Coleman was the fan favorite Tyreese in “Walking Dead” and also cast in HBO’s “The Wire.”Someone allegedly provoked him with words on a subway train and the rest is TMZ video history. Coleman snapped and used the confined space exhibiting an irate behavior as passengers recoiled. Coleman has since calmed down and issued an apology via TMZ.The events in Baltimore were the reason Coleman gave TMZ, and that the actions of the six officers, three of the African American, in the suspect death of Freddie Gray had “built up frustration” and that he “just lost it” when someone allegedly […] »
- April Neale
"Walking Dead" star Chad L. Coleman regrets causing a scene on a NYC subway Friday, but stands by his message. Coleman tells us, he had a lot of "built up frustration" because of the Baltimore situation and just lost it when someone on the train used the "n" word in referring to him. The guy's friend said she recognized Coleman, and he responded by saying, "No, we don't know that n*****." Coleman insists he was not drunk during the rant, »
- TMZ Staff
Chad L. Coleman -- an actor who famously played Tyreese on "The Walking Dead" and Cutty on "The Wire" had a complete meltdown Friday on a New York City subway train. Coleman is screaming, making sure everyone knows he's Chad L. Coleman from "The Walking Dead" and "The Wire." His rant is nonsensical and ear-shattering loud. You see passengers recoil and eventually the seats around him are empty. We spoke with Coleman, who told us »
- TMZ Staff
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