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Zombies “See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil” in New Installment of Jeff Fuller’s Living Dead Comic Strip Zomics

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Since the first panels premiered on Daily Dead during Comic-Con, we've been excited to showcase artist Jeff Fuller's living dead comic strip Zomics, which finds the macabre humor in the everyday horrors of a zombie apocalypse. We'll be releasing a new installment of Zomics every Thursday, and today we're excited to share a new panel that offers a special twist on the three wise monkeys!

This week's installment of Zomics is a reminder that in the living dead apocalypse, many body parts decay and fall off, meaning that some zombies can literally "see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil."

In case you missed Fuller's previous Zomics panels, you can check out all of them in the gallery below, and stay tuned to Daily Dead next Thursday for another installment!

Influenced by Dr. Seuss and The Addams Family creator Charles Addams, Fuller has worked as an award-winning art
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Hear No Evil spotlights suspected serial killer Mike DeBardeleben known as the Mall Passer

This week Hear No Evil investigates the very disturbing case of Mike DeBardeleben, the so-called “Mall Passer” or “Mall Killer”. During the early 1980s the Secret Service had been investigating a new counterfeit operation and had began handing out sketches of the suspect to various stores. By chance they had just left one when the clerk recognised a man trying to pass off a fake bill. After a foot chase he was apprehended and a search of his car revealed some items that made them think he was involved in some more serious crimes. In the trunk were thousands in...read more
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Reese Witherspoon Teases Potential ‘Big Little Lies’ Season 2 With Nicole Kidman and Laura Dern: Pic!

Reese Witherspoon Teases Potential ‘Big Little Lies’ Season 2 With Nicole Kidman and Laura Dern: Pic!
Is it too early to squeal for joy? A second season has not been confirmed for the HBO hit mini-series Big Little Lies, but on Sunday, Reese Witherspoon certainly got fans excited.

Related: 'Big Little Lies' Author Confirms She's Brainstorming Season 2 for Reese Witherspoon

“Spending #SundayFunday with these ladies… working on some new lies,” she captioned the photo using the See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil monkey emojis.

In the pic, Witherspoon is posing with her Bll co-stars Laura Dern and Nicole Kidman. Witherspoon, who also served as an executive producer on the widely popular show, has been a big advocate of continuing the main female characters’ stories in a second season.

Book author Liane Moriarty has also admitted she’s considered writing a second season for the show, expanding on the lives of the women in Monterey, California.

"The producers have asked me to see if I can come up with
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Is Pierce Brosnan Really Playing Cable in Deadpool 2?

Is Pierce Brosnan Really Playing Cable in Deadpool 2?
One of the more coveted roles in Hollywood right now is that of time traveling mutant Cable, who will make his big screen debut in Deadpool 2. Plenty of aging action stars, such as Ron Perlman and Stephen Lang, have thrown their hat into the ring, hoping to get the filmmakers' attention. But last month Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman (who's not in the movie as far as anyone knows) teased that Pierce Brosnan had secured the job.

Both actors appeared in a social media blast that featured Reynolds, Jackman and Brosnan sitting on a couch doing the 'Hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil' pose that monkeys sometimes like to do. Now, we have a little more proof to go on. Deadpool 2director David Leitch has been out promoting his new action sequel John Wick 2. And while he wouldn't confirm Pierce Brosnan's participation, he
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Has Deadpool 2 Finally Found Its Cable?! Can it Be?!

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Last night, while we were busy shining a spotlight on some troubling remarks made about Wonder Woman (which you can see by Clicking Here!), someone else was busy planting the seed of another rumor on the net. Ryan Reynolds posted an image on his Instagram account that's got an awful lot of tongues wagging this morning, because everyone's wondering if he just revealed who'll be playing Cable in Deadpool 2.

See, for months, all eyes have been on potential suitors for the role of Cable in Deadpool 2. From actors like Stephen Lang and Ron Perlman throwing their names into the hat, to thespians like Kyle Chandler being mentioned as frontrunners, and fan campaigns for guys like Dolph Lundgren to get the role, it seems everyone's keen to find out who'll eventually land the part.

Now, thanks to this post by Reynolds, a name that was on nobody's radar is
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What Pierce Brosnan Looks Like as Cable in Deadpool 2

What Pierce Brosnan Looks Like as Cable in Deadpool 2
That didn't take long, did it? Shortly after news broke that Pierce Brosnan is probably playing Cable in Deadpool 2, fan art maestro BossLogic showed up with his take on the actor inhabiting the role. We've included the fan art twitter below, which was commissioned by ComicBook.com. We'll let the fans decided how much they like this idea. Says BossLogic about this particular rendering from his own imagination.

"Working with @ComicBook on a @PierceBrosnan cable piece, I never expected this to be a rumor but hey he is a dope actor."

Pierce Brosnan wasn't anyone's first choice to play Cable in terms of fan casting. Heck, he wasn't even on anyone's radar, as fine actors such as Stephen Lang and Ron Perlman publicly begged for the role last year. The X-Force leader is one of the major new characters coming aboard for Deadpool 2, and as you can see,
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Match the Gene Wilder character to the film - quiz

As we bid farewell this week to the mighty Gene Wilder, find out how many of his movie roles you can recognise

Quackser Fortune Has a Cousin in the Bronx

Bonnie and Clyde

The Producers

Young Frankenstein

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex* (*But Were Afraid to Ask)

Rhinoceros

The Woman in Red

Silver Streak

The Frisco Kid

Haunted Honeymoon

Blazing Saddles

Stir Crazy

Blazing Saddles

The Adventure of Sherlock Holmes' Smarter Brother

Start the Revolution Without Me

Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory

Quackser Fortune Has a Cousin in the Bronx

The Woman in Red

The World's Greatest Lover

Silver Streak

Stir Crazy

See No Evil, Hear No Evil

Hanky Panky

Another You

Silver Streak

Sunday Lovers

Bonnie and Clyde

Blazing Saddles

The Little Prince

Young Frankenstein

The Adventure of Sherlock Holmes' Smarter Brother

Rhinoceros

See No Evil, Hear No Evil

The Adventure of Sherlock Holmes' Smarter Brother
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How Gene Wilder Found Love Again After Gilda Radner - and Spent His Final Years with Wife Karen as a Renaissance Man

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How Gene Wilder Found Love Again After Gilda Radner - and Spent His Final Years with Wife Karen as a Renaissance Man
They say you find love when you're least expecting it - and that's exactly what happened when Gene Wilder met his future wife Karen Boyer. The actor had been married to iconic comedian Gilda Radner - a famed romance that ended tragically when Radner died in 1989 of ovarian cancer, more than four years after they had wed. Wilder's nephew, Jordan Walker-Pearlman, tells People the actor "questioned whether he would ever date again." "I think a part of him, after Gilda, wondered, 'Will I ever find someone who excites me again,' " says Walker-Pearlman of the legendary Willy Wonka star, who
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How Gene Wilder Found Love Again After Gilda Radner - and Spent His Final Years with Wife Karen as a Renaissance Man

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How Gene Wilder Found Love Again After Gilda Radner - and Spent His Final Years with Wife Karen as a Renaissance Man
They say you find love when you're least expecting it - and that's exactly what happened when Gene Wilder met his future wife Karen Boyer. The actor had been married to iconic comedian Gilda Radner - a famed romance that ended tragically when Radner died in 1989 of ovarian cancer, more than four years after they had wed. Wilder's nephew, Jordan Walker-Pearlman, tells People the actor "questioned whether he would ever date again." "I think a part of him, after Gilda, wondered, 'Will I ever find someone who excites me again,' " says Walker-Pearlman of the legendary Willy Wonka star, who
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Inside Gene Wilder's Final Days and Private Health Battle

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Inside Gene Wilder's Final Days and Private Health Battle
Gene Wilder's passing at the age of 83 from complications with Alzheimer's disease was a surprise to many - and that's how the iconic actor wanted it. Wilder hid his health struggles from the public and kept a low-key lifestyle in recent years, seldom being seen in public. But before his diagnosis three years ago, Wilder's nephew, Jordan Walker-Pearlman, tells People the actor "was living an idyllic life" in Connecticut and California. He spent his days playing tennis, writing and painting with his wife of almost 25 years Karen Boyer, a speech consultant he met while doing research for the 1989 film See No Evil,
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Inside Gene Wilder's Final Days and Private Health Battle

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Inside Gene Wilder's Final Days and Private Health Battle
Gene Wilder's passing at the age of 83 from complications with Alzheimer's disease was a surprise to many - and that's how the iconic actor wanted it. Wilder hid his health struggles from the public and kept a low-key lifestyle in recent years, seldom being seen in public. But before his diagnosis three years ago, Wilder's nephew, Jordan Walker-Pearlman, tells People the actor "was living an idyllic life" in Connecticut and California. He spent his days playing tennis, writing and painting with his wife of almost 25 years Karen Boyer, a speech consultant he met while doing research for the 1989 film See No Evil,
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Iconic Comic Actor Gene Wilder Dies at Age 83

The sad news for fans of film comedy spread like wildfire earlier this week. Here’s the opening paragraph facts from the New York Times:

Gene Wilder, who established himself as one of America’s foremost comic actors with his delightfully neurotic performances in three films directed by Mel Brooks; his eccentric star turn in the family classic “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory”; and his winning chemistry with Richard Pryor in the box-office smash “Stir Crazy,” died early Monday morning at his home in Stamford, Conn. He was 83.

A nephew, the filmmaker Jordan Walker-Pearlman, confirmed his death in a statement, saying the cause was complications of Alzheimer’s disease.

Mr. Wilder’s rule for comedy was simple: Don’t try to make it funny; try to make it real. “I’m an actor, not a clown,” he said more than once.

And what an actor. That’s from the
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Great Job, Internet!: Watch Gene Wilder and Richard Pryor get serious in 1989

Gene Wilder died yesterday at the age of 83, and as frequently happens following celebrity deaths, random bits from his career have begun to resurface. That includes this lovely interview he and Richard Pryor did with Texas entertainment journalist Bobbie Wygant back in 1989. It’s not a particularly comedic chat (although there are plenty of jokes), but it shows off a more thoughtful side of both performers.

Bobbie Wygant Interviews Richard Pryor and Gene Wilder for See No Evil, Hear No Evil 1989 from Erik Clapp Films on Vimeo.

The duo were promoting their new comedy See No Evil, Hear No Evil, and the conversation first turns to the research they did for their roles (Pryor plays a blind character and Wilder plays a deaf one). Perhaps surprisingly for such a broad film, they seem to have taken their preparation seriously; Pryor spent two weeks working with the Braille ...
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Flashback: Gene Wilder Sings 'Pure Imagination' in 'Willy Wonka'

Flashback: Gene Wilder Sings 'Pure Imagination' in 'Willy Wonka'
Gene Wilder has 37 acting credits to his name, ranging all the way from the 1961 TV series Play of the Week through a guest spot on Will & Grace in 2003. He had lead roles in Blazing Saddles, The Producers and Young Frankenstein, arguably the three greatest Mel Brooks movies. He formed a hilarious comic duo with Richard Pryor in Stir Crazy, See No Evil, Hear No Evil and Silver Streak. But when the stunning news of his death hit yesterday, most outlets paired their obituaries with an image from a single movie:
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Gene Wilder: A Master of Hysteria

Gene Wilder: A Master of Hysteria
Gene Wilder made it impossible not to laugh. Sometimes it's as simple as that — a gift that keeps on giving. So even as we mourn Wilder's death at 83 from complications of Alzheimer's disease, we remember that talent he had for reducing us to helpless giggles.

How did he do it, this bullied Jewish kid, Jerome Silberman, from Milwaukee, the son of a Russian immigrant father and a mother who thought military school was a good idea for her sensitive son? In the army, he served as an aide in a psychiatric unit,
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R.I.P. Gene Wilder 1933-2016

Gene Wilder, star of stage and screen has sadly passed away at the age of 83. Wilder was known for his roles in the likes of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, Blazing Saddles and Young Frankenstein. He also starred as Doctor Ross in Woody Allen’s 1972 film, Everything You Wanted to Know About Sex* But Were Afraid to Ask, and various roles opposite Richard Pryor, including Silver Streak and See No Evil Hear No Evil.

According to the BBC Wilder passed away on Sunday in Stamford, Connecticut, due to complications from Alzheimer’s disease.

“It is almost unbearable for us to contemplate our life without him,” his nephew Jordan Walker-Pearlman said.

He will be missed. Our thought go out to his friends and family at this difficult time.

The post R.I.P. Gene Wilder 1933-2016 appeared first on The Hollywood News.
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Film News: Gene Wilder of ‘Willy Wonka’ Fame Dies at 83

Los Angeles – The genius comedy of Gene Wilder was often in the subtlety. With a slow burn or a raised eyebrow, Wilder was able to draw big laughs. The star of “Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory” and “Young Frankenstein” died in Stamford, Connecticut, according to his nephew in Los Angeles. He was 83.

Wilder was well into his thirties before the first big break came along in 1967, in the classic film “Bonnie and Clyde.” From there he was able to trade in his frizzy-haired persona in his co-starring role in Mel Brook’s “The Producers” (1968). It was his collaboration with Brooks that certified his legacy, with one-two punch of “Blazing Saddles” and “Young Frankenstein” in 1974. He was also held in high regard by a generation of children with his classic turn as the title character in “Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory” (1971).

Pure Imagination: Gene Wilder in ‘Willy Wonka & the Chocolate
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Gene Wilder Remembered as Hollywood Mourns the Comedy Icon

Gene Wilder Remembered as Hollywood Mourns the Comedy Icon
Sad news came today as legendary comedian Gene Wilder passed away at the age of 83. The actor's nephew, Jordan Walker-Pearlman, confirmed that the cause of death was complications from Alzheimer's Disease. As news of this comedy legend's passing continues to spread, we have more details from Jordan Walker-Pearlman about his uncle's final moments, while several members of the Hollywood community have honored Gene Wilder through social media.

Along with several Twitter tributes, Jordan Walker-Pearlman released a full statement about his uncle's passing. It was never made public that the actor was suffering from Alzheimer's Disease, a decision that was made by both the actor and his family. Here's how his nephew, Jordan Walker-Pearlman had to say about why it was never revealed that Gene Wilder suffered from Alzheimer's Disease.

"We understand for all the emotional and physical challenges this situation presented we have been among the lucky ones - this illness-pirate,
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Watch: Remembering Gene Wilder's Most Iconic Roles

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Watch: Remembering Gene Wilder's Most Iconic Roles
On Sunday, Gene Wilder died of complications from Alzheimer's disease at the age of 83. His nephew Jordan Walker-Pearlman confirmed the news in a statement. "He was eighty-three and passed holding our hands with the same tenderness and love he exhibited as long as I can remember. As our hands clutched and he performed one last breath, the music speaker, which was set to random, began to blare out one of his favorites: Ella Fitzgerald. There is a picture of he and Ella meeting at a London Bistro some years ago that are among each of our cherished possessions. She was singing 'Somewhere Over the Rainbow,
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Watch: Remembering Gene Wilder's Most Iconic Roles

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Watch: Remembering Gene Wilder's Most Iconic Roles
On Sunday, Gene Wilder died of complications from Alzheimer's disease at the age of 83. His nephew Jordan Walker-Pearlman confirmed the news in a statement. "He was eighty-three and passed holding our hands with the same tenderness and love he exhibited as long as I can remember. As our hands clutched and he performed one last breath, the music speaker, which was set to random, began to blare out one of his favorites: Ella Fitzgerald. There is a picture of he and Ella meeting at a London Bistro some years ago that are among each of our cherished possessions. She was singing 'Somewhere Over the Rainbow,
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