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There are new updates regarding AMC's "The Walking Dead" 'zombie' spin-off TV pilot:
"...the pilot directed by Adam Davidson reportedly titled "Fear The Walking Dead", is set in Los Angeles, during the time that 'Rick Grimes', star of "The Walking Dead", lies comatose in a hospital before the events of that series...a jump back in time to see how the world handled the 'walker' crisis while Rick was sleeping...Creator Robert Kirkman says the new show, about 'family' will be played by Kim Dickens ('Gone Girl'), Cliff Curtis ('Training Day'), Frank Dillane ('Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince') and Alycia Debnam Carey ('The 100').
"...the pilot will follow a male divorced teacher and a female guidance councillor trying to survive the zombie apocalypse.
"Dillane will play the drug-addled son of the guidance councillor and Debnam Carey will play her 'ambitious' daughter. »
- Michael Stevens
The Making of Harry Potter tour is to feature a host of creatures from the films, including the characters Hedwig and Crookshanks.
The Warner Bros Studio Tour in London is to include the original animals that played Harry's beloved owl and Hermione's cat over February half-term.
Animal trainer Julie Tottman will present over 250 live creatures that featured in the film series to the public between February 13 and February 25.
The snowy owl and Red Persian cat will be joined by Argus Filch's Maine Coone cat Mrs Norris and Neville Longbottom's pet toad Trevor, among other magical and non-magical creatures.
The author recently completed work on the script for Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, and the Harry Potter spinoff will begin shooting later this year.
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