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Steven Yeun is currently everyone's favorite TV boyfriend. Over the last six years, fans of The Walking Dead have fallen in love with his portrayal of Glenn, the unlikely hero who stands up for what he believes in, all while protecting those he cares for. His onscreen romance with costar Lauren Cohan is enough to make anyone blush. Watching Glenn's admiration for Maggie is something we all hope for - just without the zombie apocolypse. To put it simply, we can't get enough of Steven Yeun, as evident when we all lost our sh*t when we thought he was killed off the show. Need more proof to understand why he's everyone's obession? Keep reading for 20 times Steven was the sexiest man alive - then be sure to check out the one Walking Dead character everyone should stop hating. »
- Terry Carter
Yesterday, Entertainment Weekly revealed six collectible covers for this week's print issue featuring some of your favorite characters from AMC's hit series The Walking Dead. With the show returning to kick off the back half of Season 6 on Sunday, Entertainment Weekly also brought back 11 characters who were killed off throughout the show's six-season run, who all reunited for one epic, yet creepy, photo. If that wasn't enough, the publication also spoke to Steven Yeun regarding the controversy surrounding his character Glenn.
First off, this new photo features Madison Lintz (Sophia), Kyla Kenedy (Mika), Jeryl Prescott (Jacqui), Brighton Sharbino (Lizzie), Chad Coleman (Tyreese), Tyler James Williams (Noah), David Morrissey (The Governor), Emily Kinney (Beth), IronE Singleton (T-Dog), Larry Gilliard Jr. (Bob) and Robin Lord Taylor (Sam). These actors came together back in June, when they all appeared at the Walker Stalker Convention in Orlando, with the photo featuring all of them wearing black, »
Hey Walking Dead fans, remember the seemingly endless weeks this fall you spent agonizing over whether or not Glenn had actually died on the ground next to that dumpster? The radio silence on his condition, the absence of his story on the show—and who can forget how the producers went so far as to remove Steven Yeun's name from the opening credits? It was torture. Honest-to-goodness storytelling torture. One person who doesn't really feel all that bad for the agony? Yeun himself. In a new interview, the star of the hit AMC series has finally opened up about the choices made in the first half of season six. "I was all gung-ho and in for it, and whatever anybody wants to say about the »
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, »
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
The first half of The Walking Dead's sixth season was particularly hard for fans of Steven Yeun's Glenn Rhee, who was thought to be killed off in the third episode, Thank You. We saw Nicholas (Michael Traynor) kill himself as both he and Glenn fell into a herd of walkers. But we found out just a few episodes later that Glenn did in fact make it out alive. In the fall finale, we saw Glenn and Enid (Katelyn Nacon) make it back to Alexandria, just as the "walkers" started infiltrating the compound. Entertainment Weekly recently spoke with Lauren Cohan, who teased that Maggie's reunion with Glenn may not be as heartwarming as one would expect.
"The reunion is going to be somewhat overshadowed by a lot of other darkness. I think I can say that much. Because they have found each other and just in time to sort »
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
This Sunday, the small screen will be dominated by the Super Bowl, but next weekend, the undead will take over when The Walking Dead returns with the back half of Season 6. To get fans ready for the midseason premiere, AMC has released a new preview, where several cast and crew members tease what's next for Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and the rest of his survivors in Alexandria. What's most intriguing is Norman Reedus (Daryl Dixon) reveals that there will be another major death before Season 6 comes to a close.
This falls in line with an interview Norman Reedus gave last month, where he hinted at a "big fight." We also hear from Glenn (Steven Yeun), who almost died in the first half of the season, along with Melissa Suzanne McBride (Carol), Ross Marquand (Aaron), Sonequa Martin-Green (Sasha), Christian Serratos (Rosita), Danai Gurira and Andrew Lincoln, who teases that the show is »
The Walking Dead without Maggie Greene? There was a moment when Lauren Cohan almost called it quits, the actress revealed. While sitting down with James Lipton and other cast members on Bravo's Inside the Actors Studio, Cohan said the season three scene where she had to perform a c-section on Lori (Sarah Wayne Callies) almost sent her packing. After reading the script, she said she consulted her on-screen husband Steven Yeun. "I knock on Steven's door and I said I have to leave the show, I don't think I can do it," she admitted. "It affects you so deeply to the core to touch on—to dive into so much of this material and then I realized that's why I have to do it because the outcome of »
You have to be a hardy soul to film a show like The Walking Dead, full of constant death and destruction. Lauren Cohan, who plays Maggie with steadiness and warmth, almost reached her breaking point during the third season, when her character had to perform an emergency C-section. When she read the script, she sought her onscreen husband, Steven Yeun (Glenn!), to talk it over. "I knock on Steven’s door, and I said, 'I have to leave the show. I don’t think I can do it,'" Cohan said on Inside the Actor's Studio. "It affects you so deeply to the core to dive into so much of this material." The most important part of this anecdote, though, is that the actors all live next to each other in an "incestuous" situation. Please, go on. »
- E. Alex Jung
We’re all about to learn what Norman Reedus’ favorite swear word is.
RelatedFear the Walking Dead Season 2 Premiere Date Announced
Ahead of Twd‘s Feb. 14 return, James Lipton will interview stars Reedus, Lauren Cohan, Danai Gurira, Steven Yeun and executive producers Robert Kirkman and Scott M. Gimple about the history of the series.
Inside the Actors Studio will air Thursday, Feb. 11, at 8/7c on Bravo.
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Mere days before “The Walking Dead” returns to further traumatize fans with its midseason premiere, the cast wil sit down with James Lipton on Bravo’s “Inside the Actors Studio,” airing Thursday, Feb. 11 at 8 p.m.
“Twd” stars Norman Reedus, Danai Gurira, Steven Yeun and Lauren Cohan will join executive producers Robert Kirkman and Scott Gimple to discuss the ratings juggernaut with Lipton, in an interview that was filmed on the “Walking Dead” set at Raleigh Studios in Georgia.
“We took ‘Inside the Actors Studio’ right onto the set of The Walking Dead to find out what the terror, thrills, courage and compassion we see on the screen are like, up close and very personal,” said Lipton in a statement. “Join us – if you dare!”
Among the revelations fans can expect to discover during the episode: The cast members reveal how they landed their roles and share their most memorable »
- Laura Prudom
In just a few short weeks, The Walking Dead will return to kick off the back half of Season 6 on Sunday, February 14 at 9 Pm Et. Of course, this date is Valentine's Day, but any fan of the show knows that it's not necessarily romantic, although the relationship between Glenn (Lauren Cohan) and Maggie (Lauren Cohan) has become part of the show's foundation. Still, don't expect to see any burgeoning romances when the show returns. In fact, series star Norman Reedus, who plays fan favorite Daryl Dixon, teased in an interview with Empire that a huge fight will unfold when the show returns.
"There's going to be a fight. I won't tell you who, when and where, but I can promise you a fight. All of us are about to clash with that motherf---er. There's a lot of turmoil in the second half of Season 6."
While we don't know for certain, »
Waiting for The Walking Dead to return is just as arduous as running from a pack of zombies, trust us, we know, but there's a tasty morsel coming your way when the cast hits Bravo's Inside the Actors Studio. E! News has exclusively learned cast members Lauren Cohan, Danai Gurira, Norman Reedus and Steven Yeun, along with executive producers Robert Kirkman and Scott M. Gimple, sat down with host James Lipton on set of the AMC series and the episode will air on Thursday, Feb. 11 at 8 p.m. on Bravo. "We took Inside the Actors Studio right onto the set of The Walking Dead to find out what the terror, thrills, courage and compassion we see on the screen are like, up close and very personal," Lipton, who recently »
It's just a couple of weeks before The Walking Dead returns from its mid-season hiatus to rip out your hearts! TV Insider has a long piece teasing the show's return with showrunner Scott Gimple, Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Steven Yeun, and Melissa McBride, who promise that The Walking Dead's second half will be extra bloody. And yes, as we all know, the biggest bad of them all, Negan — played by the deliciously hirsute Jeffrey Dean Morgan — will arrive this season with his barbed baseball bat, Lucille, in hand. But here's the catch: You won't actually get to see him until the season finale. “His name has been invoked and his group is certainly of growing importance, but it’s not like we are going to see him starring in an episode right off the bat,” Gimple said [editor's note: Lol]. In fact, TV Insider reports that you won't actually get »
- E. Alex Jung
Welcome to today's edition of Nerd Alert, where we have all the quirky, nerdy news that you crave in one convenient spot. What do we have in store for you on this fantastic Friday? A number of today's stars reenact scenes from the 1995 classic Clueless, Jimmy Kimmel blames Matt Damon for Oscar diversity controversy and The Walking Dead mocks Glenn's controversial story line. But wait, there's more! Fifty Shades of Grey star Dakota Johnson "breaks up" with Star Wars villain Darth Vader and a cat that bears a striking resemblance to Kylo Ren goes viral. Sit back, relax and check out all that today's Nerd Alert has to offer.
Dakota Johnson's "Break Up" Call With Darth Vader
At least we can laugh about it ... for now. "The Walking Dead" fans are waiting for Season 6 to return and probably torture Glenn Rhee (Steven Yeun) in strange new ways. (Keep a Dumpster handy, just in case.) The AMC show is based on Robert Kirkman's comic books, and the official "Walking Dead" account from Skybound Entertainment, @TheWalkingDead, had some fun at the TV show's expense with this mashup of Netflix's "Making a Murderer" and Glenn's fake-out death in the first half of Twd's 16-episode season.
If Season 6 of #TheWalkingDead were on @netflix... pic.twitter.com/CaJ2Tg7Z8O
— The Walking Dead (@TheWalkingDead) January 20, 2016
Verdict: Showrunner Scott M. Gimple, we find you guilty of trolling fans.
Glenn was let off the hook in the first half of the season, but what fresh hell is to come for the father-to-be and his friends? "The Walking Dead" Season 6 returns on Valentine's Day, »
- Gina Carbone
Two of pop culture's hotly debated happenings just collided all thanks to The Walking Dead's Twitter. You may recall how obsessed with whether or not Glenn (Steven Yeun) died during this season of The Walking Dead you became. You may also recall how obsessed with the Teresa Halbach murder case and Steven Avery's trial you also became. Thanks to The Walking Dead Twitter account—that's the official comic book account, not the AMC series—you now have this glorious image of Steven Yeun's Glenn done like Netflix's Making a Murderer key art of Steven Avery. Now, they are one with this sick burn: "If season six of The Walking Dead were on Netflix…" Worlds collided all in the »
The Walking Dead knows it put you through the ringer last year with the supposed death of Steven Yeun's Glenn, teasing viewers for weeks with an is-he-or-isn't-he-a-zombie game. It was perhaps reminiscent of the shady strategies employed by Wisconsin prosecutors in making Steven Avery appear guilty in Netflix's Making a Murderer. So some genius over at the Twitter account @TheWalkingDead (that's the cheekier comics handle, not the show's) poked a little fun at the show for its emotionally manipulative tactics. We're so glad we can all laugh about it now. »
- E. Alex Jung
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