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It’s no secret that the seventh season of The Walking Dead was the most divisive run of AMC’s zombie drama yet. In an attempt to bring the characters down to their lowest ebb, as Jeffrey Dean Morgan’s Negan lorded it over Rick Grimes and the others, the season ended up being a grim, aimless watch.
One person who was hit paticularly hard by the seventh run was Daryl, as Norman Reedus’ fan favourite didn’t get much to do other than be Negan’s disheveled prisoner. It’s not surprising, then, that the actor has now admitted that he didn’t have a great time filming the last season. However, Reedus did promise that season 8 is a massive improvement, as it’s returned to what he loves about the show.
“It feels like our original show again. I didn’t love last season, shooting it. I didn’t see anyone. »
- Christian Bone
The Walking Dead has always been different from other zombie movies and TV shows because it’s fueled first and foremost by its characters and their own stories, relationships and rivalries.
Usually the human cast in something like this are just there to be picked off one by one by the flesh-eating monsters. Thanks to the stellar work from the writers and the actors on Twd, though, we’ve grown to care deeply for these people over the years – which makes it all the more emotional and shocking when they meet a grisly fate.
In this new clip that’s surfaced today, seen above, the writers and producers of the hit AMC show talk about what makes our favorite characters so special and why they’re a joy to write for.
“There’s something about The Walking Dead that makes it, I think, very different from certainly any of show I’ve worked on, »
- Christian Bone
With The Walking Dead season 7 set to arrive on DVD and Blu-ray next week, Entertainment Weekly has revealed an extended dream sequence from the series tragic premiere episode which sees a happier future for the Alexandrians including Glenn and Abraham; take a look below…
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The Walking Dead season 8 is set to premiere on October 22nd and stars returning cast members Andrew Lincoln (Rick Grimes), Chandler Riggs (Carl Grimes), Norman Reedus (Daryl Dixon), Melissa McBride (Carol Peletier), Lauren Cohan (Maggie Greene), Lennie James (Morgan Jones), Danai Gurira (Michonne), Alanna Masterson (Tara Chambler), Josh McDermitt (Eugene Porter), Christian Serratos (Rosita Espinosa), Seth Gilliam (Gabriel Stokes), Ross Marquand (Aaron), Katelyn Nacon (Enid), Austin Amelio (Dwight), Tom Payne (Paul ‘Jesus’ Rovia), Xander Berkeley (Gregory), Jeffrey Dean Morgan (Negan), Khary Payton »
- Amie Cranswick
As President Donald Trump doubled down today on his initial ill-chosen remarks of Saturday that "many sides" were to blame for the death and violence in Charlottesville, The Walking Dead actor who plays one of the vilest characters on television took the ex-Celebrity Apprentice host to task – in the bluntest language possible. While many in Hollywood and elsewhere expressed outrage at Trump's words on Tuesday, Jeffrey Dean Morgan was much more blunt in calling out the… »
First spotted by Screen Rant, Moore shared the blood-drenched sketch via Instagram late last week before attending Boston’s annual Comic-Con, and even if you only have a passing knowledge of Robert Kirkman’s source material, you’ll be able to recognize the carefully drawn design in an instant. That’s because Tony Moore has been contributing to The Walking Dead since it first hit store shelves back in 2003, when Kirkman’s vision of a perpetually bleak zombie apocalypse was still in its infancy. It wasn’t until 2010 that AMC tapped his magnum opus for the small screen, and the rest is history.
Now on the brink of its eighth season and 100th episode, The Walking Dead is a cornerstone of mainstream television, »
- Michael Briers
What a great time to be an actor. If you’re a big Hollywood actor these days, there’s a good chance you might find yourself moseying on into one of the many different shared universes that are popping up in the industry. Of course, there’s the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but one can’t forget the burgeoning DC Extended Universe, which finally hit some critical acclaim earlier this year with Wonder Woman. And if you’re especially lucky, you may even find yourself in a position to exist in both universes.
This sounds exactly like what Karen Gillan wants. The actress, who plays Nebula in the Guardians of the Galaxy films (which are a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe), recently spoke up while at Florida Supercon when asked what she’d want to play outside of the McU.
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- Joseph Medina
Jeffrey Dean Morgan’s Negan is a force to be reckoned with.
He’s a sadist, an unhinged psychopath, and a calculating leader; but he’s also one of the more compelling villains that The Walking Dead has seen in years. First introduced at the tail-end of season 6, Negan arguably hit his stride during the somewhat contentious “The Day Will Come When You Won’t Be,” when he lined up Rick and his ragtag crew before brutally executing Glenn and Abraham.
But for all of the malice on display, AMC’s adaptation is yet to really explore Negan’s murky past in full, and how Jeffrey Dean Morgan’s crazed survivor came to be. According to series showrunner Scott M. Gimple, though, The Walking Dead may still make room for Negan’s origin story, and even revealed to Yahoo! that there’s currently a “loose plan” in place to incorporate »
- Michael Briers
Karen Gillan appeared at the Florida SuperCon over the weekend, where she said she wants to play The Joker in a future Dceu movie if given the chance. The actress, best known for her role as Nebula in Guardians of the Galaxy, also revealed some information about the upcoming Avengers: Infinity War and Nebula's role. It turns out that we are going to see a darker backstory for the character and that she will confront her adopted father Thanos in "an emotional explosion."
During a Q&A sessions at SuperCon over the weekend, Cbr reports that Gillan was asked if there were any roles outside of the Marvel Cinematic Universe that she would like to play. Much to the surprise of the audience, she chose Batman's archenemy, the Joker. Gillan had this to say.
"Oh, can I say something DC? Ok, I'm going to say something DC, and I'm going to play the Joker. »
During Warner Bros.’ DC panel at the San Diego Comic-Con last month, it was announced that The Flash solo movie is being retooled as Flashpoint, and it turns out the announcement was almost as much of a surprise to its cast than it was to fans.
“Don’t ask me any questions, I don’t know what’s happening, alright,” said actress Kiersey Clemons (Iris West) in an interview with Collider, before revealing that she only heard the news just before the DC Films panel got underway. “Yeah, well, I kind of like, right before [the Sdcc panel] I knew and then it happened, but yeah, Flashpoint! Which means our script is probably done. That’s thrilling.”
If rumours are to be believed, Warner Bros. is looking at a 2020 release date for Flashpoint, so it would seem highly likely that any script is still very much subject to change, especially as the studio »
- Gary Collinson
As Jeffrey Dean Morgan (Negan) recalled on the show’s recent Blu-ray release (via ComicBook.com), filming scenes that involved the deaths of big-name characters – namely Glenn and Abraham, in this instance – “sucked,” and though his on-screen maniac relished the experience of lining up Rick and his ragtag group of survivors, Morgan admitted, “I hated doing that.”
He wasn’t the only one, either. Speaking as part of Twd‘s poignant In Memoriam featurette, Andrew Lincoln went on to remember “two dear, dear friends” and essentially bid farewell to Steven Yeun and Michael Cudlitz’s respective characters.
To lose those two soldiers and dear, dear friends… I sort of was in denial about the whole thing. It’s essential. What you’re »
- Michael Briers
There’s a tremendous amount of deliberation and reflection going on in The Walking Dead community as AMC’s zombie flagship nears its historic 100th episode.
Just yesterday, for instance, the network released a heartfelt, emotional highlight reel designed to pick the very best moments from the past 99 episodes. As a retrospective, it proved to be a timely reminder of just how far Rick and the gang have come, not to mention the horrors they’ve faced along the way. Fighting off the dead is one thing, but ever since The Walking Dead first premiered seven whole years ago, AMC’s series has developed a knack for scenery-chewing human villains, each more psychotic than the last.
- Michael Briers
To celebrate the long-awaited return and upcoming eighth season of The Walking Dead this October, AMC has put together a tightly edited 3 1/2 minute video that efficiently recaps all first 99 episodes. Naturally, that also acts as a celebration of the 100 episodes milestone. Check it out here…
Let us know below in the comments what you thought of the trip down memory lane and where you hope the group of survivors end up next. Presumably, one would want their favorite character as far away from Negan as possible.
The Walking Dead season 8 is set to premiere on October 22nd and stars returning cast members Andrew Lincoln (Rick Grimes), Chandler Riggs (Carl Grimes), Norman Reedus (Daryl Dixon), Melissa McBride (Carol Peletier), Lauren Cohan (Maggie Greene), Lennie James (Morgan Jones), Danai Gurira (Michonne), Alanna Masterson (Tara Chambler), Josh McDermitt (Eugene Porter »
- Robert Kojder
Although it drew the biggest box office for both characters, many fans felt let down by 2003’s Freddy vs. Jason directed by Ronnie Yu. There’s been a lot said about the long and troubled production history of the movie – spanning nearly two decades – but yesterday saw a fantastic treasure unearthed: A teaser trailer made for the 1998 version of the movie, which was set to be directed by Rob Bottin. Check out the trailer here, which uses footage from all Nightmare on Elm Street movies and Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday.
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- Luke Owen
On the heels of perhaps the year's hottest movie, Wonder Woman, the Dceu keeps speeding along. With Aquaman, Suicide Squad 2, Wonder Woman 2, and The Batman, there is certainly no shortage of upcoming films for fans of DC's superheroes. Now rumors are swirling that the Flash's solo movie, in "development hell" for at least the last year, may finally have a direction and be arriving in 2020. Titled Flashpoint, the movie may just be the Dceu's version of Captain America: Civil War -- a crossover movie with a central character (obviously the Flash here) and tons of cameos of our favorite characters battling it out throughout. Don't know what Flashpoint is? Keep reading for what we might be seeing in a few years!
First off, in the comics, Flashpoint was a Huge comic event, spanning more than 60 individual issues. It even resulted in the much-maligned New 52 reboot of »
- Brian Jasper
Following the recent announcement at Comic-Con that DC’s solo Flash movie would be an adaptation of the Flashpoint comic book storyline, some fan art has arrived online from George Evangelista depicting what a Thomas Wayne Batman would look like as played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan. He is drawn prepped for battle alongside Ezra Miller’s Flash. Check it out here…
Jeffrey Dean Morgan has also previously shared some fan artwork that also gave us a look at what Lauren Cohan could look like as The Joker alongside his Batman. Needless to say, everyone is having fun with what could be a very fun superhero movie.
Let us know below in the comments if you are excited for Flashpoint… »
- Robert Kojder
Will Jeffrey Dean Morgan's Thomas Wayne don the cape and cowl as the Flashpoint-Batman in the Dceu's standalone Flash movie? This epic fan art imagines what Morgan's Batman might look like. »
With The Walking Dead set to hit its 100th episode with its season 8 premiere, a featurette has arrived online which sees members of the cast discuss being part of AMC’s hit zombie drama series; take a look here…
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Meanwhile, speaking to Entertainment Weekly, The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman has discussed the final shot of the Comic-Con trailer where we saw an older Rick in bed, revealing that we’ll get an explanation in the season eight premiere:
“Was it the time jump?” teases Kirkman. “I don’t know, maybe it was Rick waking up from his coma. Wouldn’t that be weird? That is an intriguing tidbit that we did throw out there on purpose, and we’re hoping that people continue to question how it is that fits into the story line and what it is. Comic »
- Amie Cranswick
Rick Grimes and his hardened band of survivors face their greatest challenge yet in Negan, the volatile leader of an opposing group. “The Walking Dead” The Complete Seventh Season stars Andrew Lincoln (Love Actually), Norman Reedus (Boondock Saints franchise), Lauren Cohan (The Boy), Danai Gurira (All Eyez On Me), and Jeffrey Dean Morgan (TV’s “Magic City”).
Picking up immediately after the thrilling cliff-hanger, Negan forces Rick and the group to fall under his will, brutally convincing them to live by his rules. To prevent further bloodshed, Rick genuinely believes they can make life under Negan, however terrible, »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Victor Medina)
Santa Monica, CA (July 28, 2017) – The dead aren’t the only things to fear when The Walking Dead” The Complete Seventh Season arrives on Blu-ray (plus Digital HD) and DVD August 22 from Lionsgate and Anchor Bay Entertainment. Rick Grimes and his hardened band of survivors face their greatest challenge yet in Negan, the volatile leader of an opposing group. The Walking Dead” The Complete Seventh Season stars Andrew Lincoln (Love Actually), Norman Reedus (Boondock Saints franchise), Lauren Cohan (The Boy), Danai Gurira (All Eyez On Me), and Jeffrey Dean Morgan (Magic City).
Picking up immediately after the thrilling cliff-hanger, Negan forces Rick and the group to fall under his will, brutally convincing them to live by his rules. To prevent further bloodshed, Rick genuinely believes they can make life under Negan, however terrible, work. But he soon learns that Negan can’t be reasoned with, and they must prepare to go to war now. »
- ComicMix Staff
For the past two years, The Walking Dead has managed to keep its impassioned viewers on tenterhooks by fanning the flames of a war between Negan, his Saviors and our ragtag survivors.
Having brought together the communities of Hilltop and the Kingdom, Rick Grimes and the gang are ready to mount a full-frontal assault against Jeffrey Dean Morgan’s bat-wielding maniac, who has arguably become one of the show’s more memorable villains ever since his introduction in the season 6 finale, “Last Day On Earth.”
Much has changed since that fateful encounter, but at least according to PollyAnna McIntosh (Jadis), The Walking Dead‘s eighth season will bring a sense of closure to that long-brewing conflict. While discussing her upcoming role in Middle-earth: Shadow of War to ComicBook.com – for the record, she’ll play the mystical Shelob in Monolith’s video game sequel – McIntosh hinted at all of the »
- Michael Briers
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