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'The Walking Dead' shockers: Who died in mid-season finale bloodbath?

30 November 2014 11:10 PM, PST | Gold Derby | See recent Gold Derby news »

Were you one of the Gold Derby readers who accurately predicted this week's shocking "The Walking Dead" results? In the biggest bloodbath since last winter's finale when Hershel (Scott Wilson) and The Governor (David Morrissey) met the grim reaper, this week saw the end of the road for Beth (Emily Kinney), Officer Dawn Lerner (Christine Woods), Sgt. Bob Lamson (Maximiliano Hernandez) and about a dozen walkers. While Carol (Melissa McBride) and Daryl (Norman Reedus) are still drying their tears over Beth's tragic demise in the mid-season finale, titled "Coda," let's examine the results of this week's "Walking Dead" prediction contest. (Below, watch our video with Reedus talking about Daryl's relationships with Carol and Beth.) -Break- Psst: Here's how to predict reality TV shows and win bragging rights And prizes! According to Gold Derby's exclusive racetrack odds, Beth had 9/2 odds of dying next amon »

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'The Walking Dead' Boss Talks 'Unexpected' Mid-Season Finale: You'll Need Tissues!

28 November 2014 1:30 PM, PST | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

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 »

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Walker Stalker Con: San Francisco Guests Include David Morrissey, Andrew J. West & Robert Englund

26 November 2014 12:48 PM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

The first one shot down his own people when they refused his orders, the second one ate unsuspecting survivors, while the third stalked the nightmares of Elm Street teenagers with his custom-made blades. David Morrissey, Andrew J. West, and Robert Englund, a trio of actors who portrayed memorable villains onscreen, will be in attendance at the first San Francisco Walker Stalker Con.

The San Francisco Walker Stalker Con will take place at the Fort Mason Center on January 31st and February 1st, 2015. We have the official press release and updated guest list below:

“San Francisco, CA – Walker Stalker Con, a zombie and horror themed fan-centric convention, will be held at the Fort Mason Center in San Francisco, CA on January 31st & February 1st, 2015. Walker Stalker Con will bring attendees to a state of the art facility with world class amenities and will provide fan access to celebrity guests.

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- Derek Anderson

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Brace Yourselves, 'Walking Dead' Fans: The Midseason Finale Is 'Pretty Deadly'

18 November 2014 5:45 AM, PST | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

The fifth season of "The Walking Dead" has already featured plenty of chaos, what with the destruction of the Terminus settlement in the season premiere, the slaughter of the cannibals, and the kidnapping of Beth and Carol. But according to executive producer Robert Kirkman, there's much more in store for the upcoming midseason finale -- including lots of death.

Kirkman revealed that teaser in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, noting that a showdown between Daryl and Rick's crew and the hospital staff holding Carol and Beth hostage is imminent -- and may not end well for some beloved characters.

"This confrontation is definitely going to be substantially different from the confrontation with The Governor (David Morrissey) or Gareth (Andrew J. West)," Kirkman told THR. "We do continue to evolve these human-to-human conflicts in very interesting ways, and this is no different. There are going to be some pretty unexpected events in our midseason finale, »

- Katie Roberts

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21 Doctor Who stories better than their reputation suggests

18 November 2014 1:45 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

From the Macra to The Mysterious Planet, Andrew finds the gold in oft-unloved Doctor Who episodes from across the decades...

For the show's fiftieth anniversary, Doctor Who Magazine ran a new poll ranking the 241 stories up to and including The Time Of The Doctor. The Twin Dilemma came last again, having done so in 2009 survey, and though it does have many faults, it isn't completely bad. Colin Baker blazes his way haughtily through it, and the story noticeably lacks energy when he's off screen. Perhaps it might have been marginally better just to have had the Sixth Doctor and Peri go to a Little Chef so he could complain about the service.

In the lower half of the poll (compiled by people rating all the stories out of ten) are some pretty good stories, or at least ones that arguably don't deserve to be there. We've therefore compiled a list »

- louisamellor

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Actor Warren Clarke dies, aged 67: Career in pictures

12 November 2014 8:40 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Warren Clarke may have been best known as Detective Superintendent Andy Dalziel in Dalziel and Pascoe, but he also had a wide-ranging TV and movie career beyond that career-defining role.

Starting in Coronation Street in the 1960s, Clarke also worked with the likes of Stanley Kubrick, David Morrissey and Richard E Grant in a career spanning five decades. He is due to star as Charles Poldark in Poldark , a new eight-part adaptation of Winston Graham's novels.

Following the sad news of his death today at the age of 67, Digital Spy rounds up just some of the images from Clarke's diverse TV and film career. »

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David Morrissey leads tributes to Warren Clarke

12 November 2014 8:15 AM, PST | Virgin Media - TV | See recent Virgin Media - TV news »

David Morrissey has led tributes to Warren Clarke. The 50-year-old actor - who starred alongside Clarke in 2009 TV Movie 'Red Riding' - has taken to Twitter to pay tribute to the 'Dalziel and Pascoe' star after it was confirmed he passed away earlier today (12.11.14) following a ''short illness''. David wrote: ''So sad to hear about the death of Warren Clarke. He was a very special man/a great actor. We had wonderful times together on Red Riding. Rip (sic).'' A number of other celebrities have also taken to social media to pay their respects after the actor's agent confirmed he had ''died »

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Paul Akister is rooting for Stereo Kicks

11 November 2014 3:00 AM, PST | Virgin Media - TV | See recent Virgin Media - TV news »

David Morrissey has led tributes to Warren Clarke. The 50-year-old actor - who starred alongside Clarke in 2009 TV Movie 'Red Riding' - has taken to Twitter to pay tribute to the 'Dalziel and Pascoe' star after it was confirmed he passed away earlier today (12.11.14) following a ''short illness''. David wrote: ''So sad to hear about the death of Warren Clarke. He was a very special man/a great actor. We had wonderful times together on Red Riding. Rip (sic).'' A number of other celebrities have also taken to social media to pay their respects after the actor's agent confirmed he had ''died »

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'Walking Dead' actor David Morrissey forms production company

6 November 2014 8:38 AM, PST | EW - Inside TV | See recent EW.com - Inside TV news »

David Morrissey, the British actor known for his role as The Walking Dead's Governor, is taking a turn behind the camera as he and three other filmmakers have formed On the Corner, a film and television production company. Morrissey formed the production firm with director Asif Kapadia and producers James Gay-Rees and Jolyon Symonds. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the company is currently working on a follow-up to Kapadia's BAFTA award-winning Senna, and has already signed on for a two-year first look deal with BBC Worldwide. The company is also currently in production on the tentatively titled film Amy, »

- Teresa Jue

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‘Walking Dead’s’ David Morrissey Sets Up Production Company

6 November 2014 6:06 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

London — “The Walking Dead” star David Morrissey has teamed up with producers Jolyon Symonds and James Gay-Rees, and director Asif Kapadia to launch production company On The Corner.

Gay-Rees was exec producer of the Oscar-nominated Banksy film “Exit Through the Gift Shop” and produced the Kapadia directed double BAFTA-winning film “Senna.” Symonds’ credits include BBC’s “The Driver” and the BAFTA award winning “Complicit” for Channel 4.

The shingle will develop scripted and non-scripted content for both TV and cinema. Kapadia and Gay-Rees will develop the indie’s slate of feature films, while Symonds and Morrissey will drive scripted content for TV. BBC drama exec Mike Ellen has joined the company as head of development.

On The Corner has already inked a two-year first-look deal with distributor BBC Worldwide, as well as development deals on a six-part series with Tim Firth (“Calendar Girls,” “Kinky Boots”) and a one-off drama written by Danny Brocklehurst (“The Driver, »

- Leo Barraclough

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‘Walking Dead’s’ David Morrissey Sets Up Production Company

6 November 2014 6:06 AM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

London — “The Walking Dead” star David Morrissey has teamed up with producers Jolyon Symonds and James Gay-Rees, and director Asif Kapadia to launch production company On The Corner.

Gay-Rees was exec producer of the Oscar-nominated Banksy film “Exit Through the Gift Shop” and produced the Kapadia directed double BAFTA-winning film “Senna.” Symonds’ credits include BBC’s “The Driver” and the BAFTA award winning “Complicit” for Channel 4.

The shingle will develop scripted and non-scripted content for both TV and cinema. Kapadia and Gay-Rees will develop the indie’s slate of feature films, while Symonds and Morrissey will drive scripted content for TV. BBC drama exec Mike Ellen has joined the company as head of development.

On The Corner has already inked a two-year first-look deal with distributor BBC Worldwide, as well as development deals on a six-part series with Tim Firth (“Calendar Girls,” “Kinky Boots”) and a one-off drama written by Danny Brocklehurst (“The Driver, »

- Leo Barraclough

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David Morrissey launches indie

6 November 2014 3:02 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

The Walking Dead star David Morrissey has partnered with a trio of established TV and film producers to launch his own drama and documentary indie.

The actor – who has also starred in British dramas such as State Of Play and The Driver – has set up On The Corner with Complicit producer Jolyon Symonds, Senna director Asif Kapadia and James Gay-Rees, who produced Banksy doc Exit Through The Gift Shop.

The company has been established to produce high-end British drama, comedy, feature docs and factual series. It has also struck a development and distribution deal with BBC Worldwide, which will have first look at the indie’s slate.

Morrissey, who is speaking at Broadcast’s Production & Post Forum, said he wanted to have more creative control over the projects in which he stars. He would also like to develop projects in which he doesn’t appear.

“As an actor, I was frustrated when I came in too late »

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‘Walking Dead’ Actor David Morrissey Launches Production Firm

6 November 2014 2:57 AM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

David Morrisey, the U.K. stage and screen actor who played The Walking Dead's eyepatch-wearing villain The Governor, has joined forces with BAFTA-winning Senna director Asif Kapadia and BAFTA-winning producers James Gay-Rees and Jolyon Symonds to create a new film and TV production house. They announced Thursday that the new indie, dubbed On the Corner, will develop scripted and non-scripted content and has already inked a two-year first-look deal with BBC Worldwide. It also has development deals on a six-part series with Tim Firth (Calendar Girls) and a one-off written by

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- Alex Ritman

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Meet the new 'Walking Dead' cop from hell, who claims she is a 'hero'

2 November 2014 7:01 PM, PST | EW - Inside TV | See recent EW.com - Inside TV news »

[Spoiler Alert: Read on only if you have already watched Sunday’s episode of The Walking Dead.] To protect and to serve. And to bust you in the face whenever she damn well feels like it. Such is the motto of Officer Dawn Lerner, whom we met on Sunday’s episode of The Walking Dead. Dawn runs “the system” at Grady Memorial Hospital, where people like Beth Greene are brought in, given medial treatment and as well as food and board — but for a price. In just one episode, we saw Dawn belittle Beth, strike her multiple times in the mug, and sentence Beth’s new Bff Noah to a beatdown as well. But guess what? The »

- Dalton Ross

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31 scary TV episodes that truly terrified us

30 October 2014 8:23 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

From The Twilight Zone to Penny Dreadful, Doctor Who and more, Den Of Geek’s writers revisit the TV episodes that truly terrify them…

It’s Halloween! Icicles are glistening from window sills. Chestnuts are roasting on open fires. North Pole elves are… hang on, no. None of that nice, fluffy stuff is happening. At Halloween, demonic creatures hunt for flesh, monsters creep out of their graves, and TV does its level best to freak us all the hell out.

In the spirit of all that, we asked our writers to select and share the TV episodes, horror or otherwise, that have made them whimper with fear. Here they all are, 31 of them, because, well, at Halloween, we like things to add up to 31.

Note that this isn’t a Top 10, or a Best Of, nor is it listed in order of scariness. It’s a collection of the particular »

- louisamellor

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New Guests Announced for Walker Stalker Con: New York / New Jersey, Including Norman Reedus, Jon Bernthal & Seth Gilliam

28 October 2014 10:06 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Flesh-eating walkers and the skilled characters who fight them are taking over the New York/New Jersey area this December with the arrival of the Walker Stalker Con. With the event drawing closer, a new slate of guests from AMC’s The Walking Dead have been announced, including Norman Reedus, Jon Bernthal, and the newest addition to The Walking Dead family: Seth Gilliam (Father Gabriel).

The New York/New Jersey Walker Stalker Con will take place in the Meadowlands Exposition Center in Secaucus, NJ, on December 13th and 14th. The full event schedule can be found at:

http://walkerstalkercon.com/newyorknewjersey/

Meadowlands, NJ – In addition to the 32 guests previously announced, Walker Stalker Con has announced that Norman Reedus, Jon Bernthal, Laurie Holden, Manu Bennett, and Seth Gilliam, will be attending the convention, located at the Meadowlands Exposition Center on December 13 & 14, 2014.

Walker Stalker Con, a zombie and horror themed fan-centric convention, »

- Derek Anderson

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Satanic Sunday: Women Vs. the Devil

19 October 2014 12:37 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Most female characters in film succumb to the Devil. They are used as vessels or conduits for the Anti-Christ, lesser demons or the grandiose ideas of an occult. More often than not- they are chased, seduced or beaten into submission by satanic happenings. But some of these women do display degrees of ingenuity, agency and physical prowess in their battle against coercion and the corruption of souls. Ranked from weakest characterization to strongest, the following list discusses the faculties that these women retain in the face of evil. (Minor spoilers ahead).

Mario Bava’s “Lisa and the Devil

Lisa Reiner in Lisa and the Devil (1973)

Lisa (Elke Sommer) is overtaken by the spirit of a long deceased woman named Elena and the Devil all at once. Trapped deep in her mind, we hardly know Lisa outside of her light, carefree existence as an American tourist right before her possession. Purely »

- Lane Scarberry

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'The Walking Dead' - No Sanctuary

18 October 2014 12:39 PM, PDT | AirlockAlpha.com | See recent Airlock Alpha news »

Season 5 of "The Walking Dead" finally washed away the near disaster that was the prison/Governor plotline that took up the better part of two full seasons of the show. It can rightly be said that the Terminus episode represented the final chapter of that long, drawn out plotline. While David Morrissey as the Governor was at times some righteously bad guy fun, the producers slowed the storytelling down to a snail's pace, and worse, by doing so they were forced to pay far too much attention to "meh" characters like Andrea while sacrificing better ones (we will always remember you, T-Dog). The result was episodes so uneven and meandering I wrote that the show was teetering on jumping the shark ... Which of course the producers must have figured out based on the season premiere (no doubt »

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Former Walking Dead Star Laurie Holden Helps Stop Sex Traffickers

17 October 2014 11:37 AM, PDT | ComicBookMovie.com | See recent ComicBookMovie news »

In the season 3 finale of The Walking Dead, The Governor (David Morrissey) stabs Milton (Dallas Roberts) and leaves him to die in the locked torture room with Andrea (Laurie Holden) who has been handcuffed. Andrea was able to free herself but before she can get away Milton, who is now a zombie, bites her neck. When Rick and his group finally get to her, Andrea asks for a gun so that she can extinguish her own life - like a boss. So, what has Laurie Holden been up to since her character's demise? She's apart of a group, led by former CIA agent Tim Ballard, that operate sting operations against sex traffickers. The organization, Operation Underground Railroad, actively rescues underage girls in the underground sex trade market, by posing as tourists looking for a good time. Below, is a video featuring a story on the group that ABC News ran »

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Ian Hart interview: The Driver, British film, Harry Potter

14 October 2014 6:32 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

We chatted to Ian Hart about his on-screen reunion with David Morrissey in The Driver, Us TV, British film, Agents Of Shield and more...

You’ll know Ian Hart’s face, even if you can’t quite place his name. It’s a great face, his, adaptably young and old, as comfortable atop a tracksuit as it is underneath a period trilby. Since his first real role as Scouse tearaway Rabbit in 1983 drama One Summer (alongside childhood friend and The Driver co-star David Morrissey), Hart has avoided type-casting by leaping from role to role and film to film with convincing ease. He’s played scallies, authors, footballers, drug dealers, psychiatrists, CIA agents, physicists and nineteenth century gangsters. He’s played Beethoven, Nobby Stiles, Hitler, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Voldemort (sort of), and John Lennon (thrice). 

Three-part BBC One drama The Driver saw Hart play twins Col and Craig, one an »

- louisamellor

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