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Take a look @ 4 minutes of opening footage, plus more insights from the February 14 Mid-Season Premiere episode of "The Walking Dead", revealed in new variant issues of "Entertainment Weekly" magazine:
"...I felt sick to my stomach when I read the script," said Andrew Lincoln who plays 'Rick Grimes' in the series.
"It was the first day in the whole six years of working on 'The Walking Dead' that I was late for work...
"...because I woke up in the middle of the night and I couldn’t get back to sleep.
"I was so angry and frustrated and I felt sick. And that was just after reading it..."
"...in the new episodes, 'Negan' (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) is the leader of a group of over 50 survivors called the 'Saviors'...
"...who subjugate other communities in the area for resources in return for their protection against zombies.
"After 'Rick Grimes' and his »
- Michael Stevens
[Warning: This story contains spoilers from The Walking Dead comic series on which the AMC drama is based.] AMC's The Walking Dead returns for the second half of its sixth season on Sunday with the show's central group of survivors in an extremely dangerous predicament. Following the massive cliffhanger in November, the midseason return picks up after Deanna's death with Rick (Andrew Lincoln), Carl (Chandler Riggs), Jessie (Alexandra Breckenridge) and her sons, Ron (Austin Abrams) and Sam (Major Dodson), as well as Michonne (Danai Gurira) and Father Gabriel (Seth Gilliam) covered in walker guts trying to make their way
- Lesley Goldberg
“The Walking Dead” star Andrew Lincoln told TheWrap that fans better be ready for some heartache when the AMC series returns this Sunday. “This is a hard season,” Lincoln said. “You’ll see in the back eight, this episode on…it really moves incredibly quickly and intensely to one of the most heartbreaking and extraordinary season finales we’ve ever attempted.” The last time we saw Lincoln’s Rick Grimes, he was trying to lead a group of survivors through the streets of Alexandria after a horde of zombies invaded. It’s not hard to imagine in such a situation »
- Joe Otterson
A little over 12 years after it was released, Love Actually is now firmly regarded as one of the most heartfelt romantic-comedies of recent memory. But there.s just one problem with Richard Curtis. multi-stranded lovey-dovey tale. Andrew Lincoln.s Mark is practically a stalker. And now the actor himself has admitted as much. Over the last few years, more and more Love Actually fans have jumped to the conclusion that there.s something just not right about Andrew Lincoln.s character because of the fact that he is lusting after his best friend Peter.s (Chiwetel Ejiofor)new wife. It doesn.t matter that she.s played by Keira Knightley. It.s just plain wrong. Andrew Lincoln admitted to The Wrap that his Love Actually character is obviously a stalker, and he even approached Curtis while filming to ask if he was crossing the line. He is a stalker. That »
Before he was going around killing zombies and evil humans on AMC's The Walking Dead, Andrew Lincoln played one of the most romantic characters ever. Or...did he? In an interview with TheWrap, posted Wednesday, the actor talks about portraying Mark in the 2003 cult romantic comedy film Love Actually. His character is in love with his friend's wife, played by Keira Knightley. He was the best man at their wedding and had videotaped the event, focusing primarily on...the bride. One day, he shows up at the couple's doorstep on Christmas Eve with a boom box and cue cards, which he uses to confess his love for her. "He is a stalker," »
At the very end of The Walking Dead's fall finale, Start to Finish, fans were introduced to a group known as The Saviors, who inform Daryl (Norman Reedus), Sasha (Sonequa Martin-Green) and Abraham (Michael Cudlitz) that all of their property belongs to the villainous Negan. Just a few weeks prior, we learned that Jeffrey Dean Morgan has been cast as this iconic villain, although he won't actually surface until the Season 6 finale, before becoming a series regular in Season 7. With just a few days remaining until the show returns with the midseason premiere No Way Out, the AMC Twitter feed released a clip with the first four minutes of this first new episode, with the show picking up exactly where it left off.
We still don't know exactly who these Saviors are quite yet, since the leader of this group doesn't identify himself in this four-minute clip. Still, Daryl, »
“Love Actually” has officially become a rom-com for the ages, but some have been forced to take a second look at a now iconic scene involving Andrew Lincoln and Keira Knightley. There has been a recent debate surrounding Lincoln’s character with some claiming that he exhibits stalker tendencies. TheWrap spoke with Lincoln ahead of the midseason premiere of “The Walking Dead” and got his thoughts on the controversy. “He is a stalker,” he said with a laugh. “That was my question to Richard Curtis, ‘Do you not think we’re sort of borderline stalker territory here?’ And he said, »
- Joe Otterson
This weekend, The Walking Dead will return with the midseason premiere No Way Out, airing Sunday, February 14 at 9 Pm Et on AMC. The prologue of the midseason finale teased that the iconic villain Negan is coming, with Jeffrey Dean Morgan cast as this memorable character. It has been confirmed that Negan will first appear during the season finale, before becoming a series regular in Season 7. Earlier today, Entertainment Weekly released six collectible magazine covers featuring the stars of this hit show, while Andrew Lincoln teased that the script for the season finale made him "sick."
"I felt sick to my stomach when I read the script. It was the first day in the whole six years of working on The Walking Dead that I was late for work because I woke up in the middle of the night and I couldn't get back to sleep. I was so angry and frustrated and I felt sick. »
The threat of Negan's arrival on this season of The Walking Dead has been looming over us for a while now, especially since his presence in the comics comes with the very shocking death of fan-favorite character Glenn (Steven Yeun). Although Glenn's brief brush with death earlier this season had fans hoping he'd be alive and well for many episodes to come, a few of the show's cast members may have inadvertently dropped some major spoilers regarding his fate. In a new interview with Entertainment Weekly, the intensity of the sixth season's finale came up, and Andrew Lincoln - who plays Rick Grimes - had quite a few troubling things to say. "I felt sick to my stomach when I read the script. It was the first day in the whole six years of working on The Walking Dead that I was late for work because I woke up in »
- Quinn Keaney
We’re now just four days away from the return of “The Walking Dead,” which kicks off the second half of its sixth season on February 14th. The arrival of Negan is impending, and according to series stars Andrew Lincoln and… Continue Reading →
- John Squires
Before the living dead sink their teeth into the screen this Sunday, Entertainment Weekly unveiled seven new photos from The Walking Dead Season 6's second half.
Featuring the faces of friends and foes, including a walker reaching out for a helping hand to chew on, these new Season 6 photos from Gene Page / AMC were revealed today by EW:
Readers of Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead comic book series know that the second half of Season 6 will lead up to a heart-wrenching encounter with one of the series' most fearsome antagonists: Negan. Speaking with EW's Dalton Ross, Andrew Lincoln talked about his initial reaction to the Season 6 finale's script:
“I felt sick to my stomach when I read the script. It was the first day in the whole six years of working on The Walking Dead that I was late for work because I woke up in the middle of »
- Derek Anderson
This is a spoiler-free review of “The Walking Dead’s” Feb. 14 return.
“The Walking Dead” doesn’t need to redeem itself, exactly, but after its way-too-cute handling of the “Is Glenn dead?” situation, it really should do some penance. Fortunately, the show comes roaring back (on Valentine’s Day, no less) out of its midseason break — operating on multiple fronts with various characters, and a sustained level of tension that has become its hallmark. Throw in a couple of particularly jarring moments, and even for those of us who engaged in a fair amount of grumbling about the sixth season’s opening salvo, that’s a good, adrenaline-filled way to kick off its bifurcated run’s second half.
Those eagerly anticipating Jeffrey Dean Morgan’s arrival during Season 6B as the villain Negan will have to wait a bit longer (reportedly until the finale), though they can always take solace »
- Brian Lowry
Readers of Robert Kirkman's source material will already know what horrific event goes down when the villainous Negan is introduced, and from the sounds of things that'll play out much the same on The Walking Dead TV series during its season 6 finale. “I felt sick to my stomach when I read the script," Andrew Lincoln (Rick) tells EW. "It was the first day in the whole six years of working on The Walking Dead that I was late for work because I woke up in the middle of the night and I couldn’t get back to sleep. I was so angry and frustrated and I felt sick. And that was just after reading it.” This is echoed by Lauren Cohan (Maggie), who says it took the entire cast a long time to get over shooting the scene. Really, the question is not what's going to happen, but who it's going to happen to. »
The Walking Dead knows the quickest way to capture that special someone's heart is by ripping it out of their chest — or, sending them a zombie-themed Valentine's Day card. The hit AMC series has teamed with Hallmark for a set of e-cards that promote undying love, as well as the second half of the show's sixth season, which begins February 14th.
The animated cards feature images of ravenous zombies paired with pristine puns such as, "Love you to pieces," "I could just eat you up" and "I could give you »
The Walking Dead season 6 returns to AMC this Sunday the 14th of February. Here's a spoiler-free look at episode 9, No Way Out...
The problem with what I'm about to say regarding The Walking Dead's season 6 midseason premiere, No Way Out, is that I've said it plenty of times before... only to be proven wrong by the end of each 8-episode run. But here goes nothing: The Walking Dead has spun its best episode in years with No Way Out, which was directed by the very capable Greg Nicotero and written by Seth Hoffman, who also penned the pretty action-packed Jss.
First off, some people find fault with Nicotero's directing. His offerings are usually the trippiest of the bunch and are often experimental. Who can forget last year's surreal What's Happened And What's Going On and this year's First Time Again—the one with the black-and-white flashbacks? »
When viewers last saw AMC's The Walking Dead, the situation was dire and on the verge of violence. In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, Andrew Lincoln discussed the show's upcoming dark turn, Rick's changing leadership style, and more.
"I will say that five of my favorite episodes in a long time — and very different episodes — are in this back eight."
Lincoln also touched on what Episode 609, "No Way Out", has in store for Rick Grimes and company:
"[Showrunner Scott M. Gimple] and the writers have done a very smart thing in that they’ve thrown a lot of propositions and questions and challenges to Rick and the family and the community, and you will quickly realize they are answered in a very shocking, brilliant, terrifying, epic way. All I will say is this is our Magnificent Seven, »
- Derek Anderson
Now that the Super Bowl is behind us, the big TV event everyone is looking forward to will happen in just six days, the return of The Walking Dead. After a two month hiatus, the show will return with the back half of Season 6 on Valentine's Day, Sunday, February 14 at 9 Pm Et on AMC. Earlier today, Spoiler TV uncovered a new piece of international promo art, which teases a huge Spoiler for the episodes ahead. If you want to go into the back half of The Walking Dead Season 6 unspoiled, then read on at your own risk.
The Russian promo art teases a major moment from Robert Kirkman's original comic book, involving Rick Grimes' (Andrew Lincoln) son Carl (Chandler Riggs). Here, we see Chandler Riggs wearing a makeshift eyepatch, resulting from a pivotal scene where Carl is shot in the face, causing him to lose one of his eyes. »
The Walking Dead has been AMC’s biggest hit for the past five years and everyone is awaiting its return. Given the show produces skyrocketing ratings, like the 16.1 million who tuned into last 2014’s fall premiere, it’s no wonder AMC is loving its prized possession. Did you know that particular episode even outperformed The Winter Olympics in the coveted 18-49 Demographic? Not bad. One of the reasons for the show’s success is Andrew Lincoln. Lincoln stars as the anti-hero Rick Grimes on the popular series. Here are a few fun facts you may not know about the talented actor. 1. For
12 Things You Didn’t Know About Andrew Lincoln »
- Tim Gerstenberger
Already this season, the survivors of The Walking Dead have endured a walker-dispersal debacle, a blitzkrieg by the Wolves, the fall of Alexandria, Glenn’s “death,” Deanna’s death and enough teen angst to make them feel like they were enrolled at West Beverly High. (Whew.)
But if you think their theme song for Season 6’s second half is gonna be “Things Can Only Get Better,” you’ve got another thing coming. Here’s why you should dread the series’ return (Feb. 14, 9/8c, AMC) as much as look forward to it…
Oh, and need we really warn you? Spoilers ahead, »
Later this month, The Walker Stalkers will hop the pond and bring The Walking Dead to England for the first ever Walker Stalker Con London, and the event's impressive guest lineup just got a very special addition: Andrew Lincoln.
Our friends at The Walker Stalkers recently announced that Andrew Lincoln, aka Rick Grimes, will be attending Walker Stalker London for one day only on Sunday, February 21st.
Lincoln will take part in a panel with fellow Walking Dead co-star Norman Reedus (Daryl Dixon) and will also do photo-ops. The seats for the panel (which will take place at 12:45pm GMT on February 21st), sold out earlier today, and fans can expect photo-op slots to quickly sell out once they become available to purchase.
This is a rare convention appearance for Lincoln, so fans of the actor and his work who live in Europe will not want to miss this, »
- Derek Anderson
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