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I’ve just managed to polish off the latest episode of the bloody fantastic AMC series The Walking Dead, and am currently sat typing this in anticipation as to what 2015 will bring for the Andrew Lincoln led zombie drama. Well, we know that it’ll have it’s remaining eight episodes of season five air in the first part of 2015 (starting February), and it will get a spin-off sometime in the future too. We’re hearing this evening that the spin-off, which doesn’t currently have a title, will start shooting in early 2015, and will be set… in California.
There’s a ton of interest in other locations of the ‘Walking Dead’ universe that may exist, and it looks like AMC are directing their attention to the vast Metropolis of Los Angeles for their spin-off, which is rumoured to be a prequel set during the early days of the zombie-outbreak. »
- Paul Heath
With production set to begin early next year on The Walking Dead's highly-anticipated companion series entitled Cobalt, TV Line has learned that the spin-off will be set in Los Angeles. It isn't known at this time if the series will actually shoot in Los Angeles, or if another city such as Vancouver will double for the City of Angels at this time. AMC has not confirmed anything regarding the series except that the pilot episode has been ordered.
Cobalt will be set during The Walking Dead's zombie apocalypse, but it will take place clear across the country in L.A., thousands of miles from Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and his crew of survivors in Atlanta. It has been rumored that the spinoff will be a prequel series of sorts, chronicling the early days of the zombie virus that spreads throughout the nation. But those details have yet to be confirmed. »
Is Rick Grimes, The Walking Dead's beleaguered former sheriff, too far gone? In season five's midseason finale, Rick (Andrew Lincoln) brutally hit Sgt. Bob Lamson (Maximiliano Hernandez) with a car after the cop attempted to run and warn Dawn (Christine Woods) of the rescue mission. And the brutality doesn't end there: Rick then winds up shooting and killing Lamson, muttering the same words to him that cannibal king Gareth (Andrew J. West) told Lawrence Gilliard Jr.'s Bob Stookey at Terminus: "You can't go back, Bob." See more 'The Walking Dead's' Most Shocking Deaths "That is from the comic book.
- Lesley Goldberg
“We used to move in a direction based on fear. Now we’re running towards things and we’re hitting things head-on.” After the gut-wrenching mid-season finale of AMC’s The Walking Dead, fans are eager to see what direction Rick and company will take, and though we’ll have to wait until February to see the next episode, AMC has released a new video in which the cast and crew tease what’s ahead for the reassembled survivors.
“Season Four of “The Walking Dead” ended with Rick and the group outgunned, outnumbered, and trapped in a train car awaiting a grim fate.
Season Five picks up shortly thereafter. What follows is a story that weaves the true motives of the people of Terminus with the hopeful prospect of a cure in Washington, D.C., the fate of the group’s lost comrades, as well as new locales, new conflicts, »
- Derek Anderson
Spoilers will follow….
AMC’s The Walking Dead came to its annual mid-season hiatus last week. The conclusion of the first-half finale, “Coda,” has already sparked a ton of online petitions rallying against Beth’s tragic death – but who are they kidding, right? This is a show that makes no bones about its central conceit. It’s in the title, folks. With the prospect of having to wait to see how Rick and co. are surviving practically unbearable, thankfully the network has dropped a season 5 featurette online to fill us in.
In this behind-the-scenes preview chat with the cast and crew, many of the stars expand on the inner states of their characters. Actress Lauren Cohen talks of the emotional consequences of Beth’s loss unsurprisingly hitting her sister Maggie the hardest, which sends the poor lass into a world of darkness. Meanwhile, Michael Cudlitz (Abraham), Andrew Lincoln (Rick) and »
- Gem Seddon
With the explosive midseason finale of The Walking Dead in the books, fans are undoubtedly wondering what they can expect when their favorite series returns on Sunday, February 8. AMC has released a new featurette, where The Walking Dead's cast and producers discuss what lies ahead for the survivors. There will be Spoilers if you aren't caught up with the series thus far, so read on at your own risk. Check out the video now to hear from stars Andrew Lincoln (Rick), Andrew Lincoln (Daryl), Lauren Cohan (Maggie) and the rest of the cast, as well as showrunner Scott M. Gimple, who teases "a huge change for the situation" of Rick's group in the back half of Season 5.
Another year, another bout of righteous fury.
Nominations for the 72nd Golden Globes were revealed today - with the ceremony itself set for January 11, 2015 - and, as is tradition, telly addicts were thrown into disarray as many of their favourite shows and stars were seemingly snubbed.
Here are a few omissions that Digital Spy has deemed particularly galling - from Globe winners of the past to the perpetually ignored.
Last year, not only was Fox's cop sitcom nominated for two Globes, but it went on to win both. This year, Brooklyn Nine-Nine - one of the few comedies on Us television guaranteed to have you laughing out loud each and every week - was entirely absent from the 'Comedy or Musical Series' shortlist.
Back in 2011, the first season of HBO's fantasy epic earned a Globe nomination, while Peter Dinklage walked away with the award for »
The mid-season finale of The Walking Dead was brutally sad. I won’t say anything that happened in case you haven’t watched it yet, but it was insanely heart-breaking. Beth and Daryl came to have an interesting bond in the series. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Andrew Lincoln reveals that he pitched an idea that would have involved Beth having a crush on Rick, which would have made for a weird yet interesting dynamic.
“I actually pitched an idea, I think in season 3. I said, 'I think Beth should have a crush on Rick. And Rick doesn’t have a clue how to deal with it. And also, Carl is really upset about it. And then Hershel gets involved as well.' And everybody ignored me as usual. But I thought it was quite a good pitch.”
The Beth and Daryl angle was fine, but it would have »
- Joey Paur
From zombies to a radio legend, the best streams and downloads to catch up on this week
Few shows benefit more from a mid-season break than The Walking Dead, with its annual hiatus allowing twice as many whizz-popping finales and premieres. It also gives the audience a welcome festive respite from the unremitting grimness of the whole enterprise. The first half of this season hasn’t seen Andrew Lincoln and co’s lot improve a great deal but it remains compelling, compulsive stuff, even if there’s a growing realisation that, if the show is to go on, it could do with a stronger through-narrative than “they go somewhere and meet some more bad people”. Catch season five part A over on Sky Go.
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- Phil Harrison, Luke Holland, Gwilym Mumford & Louis Pattison
Recently, the Daily Beast got to chat up the adorable, Walking Dead, Beth Greene actress, Emily Kenny (left), who was sadly killed off the show this past Sunday night in the Winter finale episode 8 of season 5. She revealed when she first found out that she would be out of a job, her reactions, what she'll be doing in the future, and more. The session, kicked off with her revealing when she found out that she was biting the dust, stating: "I found out during Season 5, Episode 7, the day the script came out. I mean, I found out a few hours before the script went to everyone." Then she described her last filming day, saying: "We actually filmed some of the death stuff earlier than some of the episodes with Dawn or at the elevator shaft, so my last couple of days of that particular episode were actually fairly quiet. We »
While everyone associates Love Actually with Hugh Grant, Emma Thompson, and Colin Firth, the holiday favorite also boasts some present-day stars who had cameos or storylines that weren't quite as major or memorable. For the upcoming holiday season, we're looking back at the actors whose careers were launched by Love Actually or had blink-and-you'll-miss-it moments. Keep reading to see who was in the project and don't forget to relive your love for the flick by checking out the best Love Actually GIFs. January Jones and Elisha Cuthbert Before she found success on TV as Mad Men's Betty Draper, an unknown January Jones shared a scene with then-24 star Elisha Cuthbert as one of the too-good-to-be-true American girls whom geeky Colin (played by Kris Marshall) encounters at a bar in Minnesota. Martin Freeman It's easy to forget that The Hobbit and Sherlock star Martin Freeman is featured in one of the storylines in Love Actually. »
Before Season 5 of The Walking Dead debuted last month, rumors started to surface in September that the popular character Daryl Dixon, played by Norman Reedus, is gay. Daryl's sexual orientation was never confirmed nor denied throughout the first half of Season 5, which wrapped up last night with "Coda", but during last night's episode of the after-show Talking Dead, comic book creator and executive producer Robert Kirkman confirmed once and for all that Daryl Dixon is straight. Take a look at his statement from Talking Dead last night.
"In the letter column of the comic book that I do, I mentioned that there was a possibility early on about making Daryl Dixon's character gay. I just wanted to clarify that the possibility is there and that I would have been fine with it, the network would have been fine with it - but we ultimately didn't do that. I can make »
[Spoiler Alert: Read on only if you have already watched Sunday's midseason finale of The Walking Dead.] We got answers in The Walking Dead’s midseason finale last night. But we also have new questions! Like when was it decided to kill off Beth? How will Maggie recover to the latest in a long line of Greene family deaths? Is Rick becoming Gareth? How close is Morgan to the group? And what can we expect when the show returns in 2015? Like I said, we have questions! So we asked them to the main man in charge, showrunner Scott M. Gimple. And here’s what he told us. (Also make sure to check out our deep dive with Andrew Lincoln, »
- Dalton Ross
Gotham: Channel 5, 9pm
Last week's episode of the Batman prequel was a bit of a game-changer - now Gordon (Ben McKenzie) must deal with the consequences.
Dragged into an underground fight club, Jim has to go it alone, while Bruce (David Mazouz) finds himself targeted by a bully when he returns to school.
Made in Chelsea: E4, 9pm
The Walking Dead: Fox, 9pm
It's the final episode of The Walking Dead for 2014 - and 'Coda' looks set to be a gut-wrenching midseason finale.
Rick (Andrew Lincoln) is working to reach a peaceful resolution with the hospital survivors, »
Cast: Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Steven Yeun, Lauren Cohan, Chandler Riggs, Danai Gurira and Melissa McBride. The term coda is a synonym for conclusion. And, "The Walking Dead's" Seas. 5 mid-season conclusion brought one laughable surprise to the screen. The character Beth (Emily Kinney) is no more. The producers of the show needed something to shock viewers, so Beth was sacrificed. Meanwhile, Father Gabriel (Seth Gilliam) is doing his one man Laurel and Hardy routine, which brings a whole town of zombies to the church; the other survivors can barely cope. And, the break leaves a few questions. Where will Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and the other survivors end up? In this episode, Rick continues to show his cold-bloodedness. Officer Lampson makes good his escape. Instead of using sidestreets, Lampson runs right down the middle of the road, which provides Rick with plenty of opportunities to run him down. Lampson dies by Rick's hand and revolver. »
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[Warning: The following story contains spoilers from Sunday's midseason finale of The Walking Dead. Read at your own risk.]
On last week's episode of The Walking Dead, Rick Grimes was convinced by his fellow survivors to not breach Grady Memorial Hospital with a sneak attack that could put more lives in danger. But as viewers learned on Sunday's midseason finale, the more peaceful approach didn't exactly work out much better.
Why the Walking Dead midseason finale made Norman Reedus cry for an hour
The episode opened with Rick (Andrew Lincoln) chasing down...
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- Adam Bryant
“Hiya kids. Here is an important message from your Uncle Bill. Don’t buy drugs. Become a pop star, and they give you them for free!”
The next big Tenacious Eats ‘Movie for Foodies’ is Friday, December 5th and the chefs at Tenacious Eats will be screening Love Actually while you eat!
Movies for Foodies, a regular film series put on by Chef Liz Schuster, Chef Steve Schmidt, and the other talented chefs at Tenacious Eats, is back in a brand new location! It’s The Ozark Theater at 103 E Lockwood Ave. in downtown Webster Groves. I’m super-excited to be going back to the old Ozark, which when I was a kid was known as the Webster Groves Cinema. It’s been closed now for decades but movies I saw there in the ‘70s include: Taxi Driver, Shampoo, Land That Time Forgot, Carrie, Demon Seed, Terror In The Wax Museum, »
- Tom Stockman
As the midseason finale of "The Walking Dead"'s fifth season approaches, fans are left wondering just how things will shake out for our band of survivors. Last week's penultimate episode before the hiatus left the gang splintered into several different groups, all in various states of disarray.
The death toll so far this season among major characters has been small, with only Bob (Lawrence Gilliard Jr.) biting the big one (after getting bitten by both zombies and cannibals). As longtime fans of "The Walking Dead" know, a lack of loss is never a good sign, since lives are fairly expendable on this show; the longer someone sticks around just seems to prolong the inevitable.
With that grim thought in mind, here's a breakdown of where each character stands heading into the last episode of 2014. Who's safe, who's on the bubble, and who's definitely going to die? Read on for our predictions. »
- Katie Roberts
Is someone going to die in the mid-season finale of The Walking Dead? Again?!
That's the question on everyone's minds as we prepare to tune into the final new zombie-filled episode of 2014. The AMC thriller has truly raised the post-apocalyptic stakes in season five, and now all we can do is wait with bated breath to see if all our favorite characters will survive the hour.
ETonline had an exclusive chat with The Walking Dead's executive producer Gale Anne Hurd to get the inside scoop on what fans should expect from Sunday's "completely unexpected" mid-season finale, Rick's (Andrew Lincoln) emotionally digressive journey and more.
Watch: 'Walking Dead's Norman Reedus Talks 'Emotional' Season 5
Although Sunday's mid-way wrap-up will feature all of the concurrent storylines of the season, Hurd revealed that the writers have thoroughly enjoyed being able to explore the stories of certain characters through their isolated episodes.
"That was something that we had hoped to do this »
Love Actually, Richard Curtis. ode to Christmas, love and just being nice to people, has been ripped apart by Honest Trailers for doing all of the above. And we wouldn.t want it any other way. You can check out the delightful critique below. Despite the fact that it possesses solid laughs, a heart so large that it should probably seek medical attention, and a bare-faced Andrew Lincoln before he went metal and started killing zombies, there is one pretty big reason that we should all really hate Love Actually: all of the bloody rip-offs that it inspired. As Honest Trailers explains, without Love Actually we wouldn.t have been inundated with the likes of New Year.s Eve and Valentine.s Day - both of which basically revolve around a dozen famous people falling in love on a holiday, but without the whimsical charm of Richard Curtis. original. »
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