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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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First look at Cable in Deadpool 2, Infinity War script, Flashpoint fan art – Daily News Roundup

Grumpy Uncle

After sharing our first look at Zazie Beetz as Domino last week, Ryan Reynolds took to Twitter to reveal the first image of Josh Brolin as Cable in Deadpool 2. Check him out here.

Cancelled Bout

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.

See No Evil, Speak No Evil

Elizabeth Olsen has revealed that every member of the Avengers: Infinity War cast
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Tosha Lampkin’s horrific torched-car murder features on See No Evil

Tonight’s See No Evil recounts how police found out who killed Tosha Lampkin, a woman who was apparently the victim of being in the wrong place at the wrong time. The episode, titled Random Sighting, shows how police detectives in Louisiana relied on closed-circuit television cameras to find clues that ultimately led them to Lampkin’s killers. Lampkin was killed in April 2005 during a late-night trip for food while she was visiting family in Shreveport, Louisiana. Tosha vanished, and her burned rental car was later found with her remains inside. According to authorities, Lampkin’s killers followed and abducted her at gunpoint when she exited her car at...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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Sian O’Callaghan’s disappearance spurs police hunt, on See No Evil

Tonight’s episode of See No Evil traces authorities trying to beat the clock as they hunt for a 22-year-old woman who vanished after a night out in Swindon, United Kingdom, in March 2011. The show’s season finale, titled Watch Me Disappear, revolves around detectives trying to find Sian O’Callaghan after they obtained surveillance footage of her stepping into a taxi. Specifically, the show focuses on their efforts to identify the vehicle and driver of the taxi. O’Callaghan had been last spotted at a nightclub in Swinton early on March 19, 2011. Her body was located four days later close to Uffington...read more
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Lauren Conrad Would Be Thrilled to See This Festival Trend Die

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Lauren Conrad Would Be Thrilled to See This Festival Trend Die
If you were inspired by these creative (albeit sometimes wacky) outfits celebrities wore to Coachella, then we have the perfect shopping destination to fulfill your wildest wardrobe dreams. Lauren Conrad is expanding her chic-meets-boho clothing line at Kohl’s with her very own festival-focused lineup appropriately called, Lc Lauren Conrad Festival Collection. (And trust us, even if you don’t have a music festival on your calendar, you’re going to want to book a ticket to one now!)

Conrad incorporated her own flirty, feminine, boho aesthetic into the new line, which includes everything from maxi dresses, to off-the-shoulder tops and cutoffs,
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Police hunt for killer of father-to-be Nathan Trapuzzano showcased in ID’s See No Evil

This week’s See No Evil tracks police as they hunt for the killer of Nathan Trapuzzano, a 24-year-old father-to-be who was fatally shot while going on a morning walk near his home three years ago. The episode, titled The Long Walk Home, shows how police relied upon security footage to try to find the killer of Trapuzzano, whose wife was pregnant at the time he was killed. In July 2015, Simeon Adams — who was 16 years old at the time of the incident — was charged as an adult and pleaded guilty to the crime as part of a plea deal with prosecutors. They successfully argued that...read more
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Police’s hunt for missing teen Casey Crowder features on See No Evil

Tonight’s See No Evil on Investigation Discovery tracks Arkansas police searching for the whereabouts of teen Casey Crowder, who disappeared early one morning in August 2006 after her car ran out of gas outside the tiny city of Dumas. The episode, titled Breakdown at Daylight, follows investigators — who don’t have any leads or witnesses — scrambling to find closed-circuit cameras that might lead them to the missing 17-year-old. Crowder was a senior at Watson Chapel High School and had been driving from her boyfriend’s place in Pickens to her home in Pine Bluff when her car ran out of gas on the highway....read more
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See No Evil eyes case of Christie Wilson who was murdered by Mario Garcia

Tonight’s episode of See No Evil on Investigation Discovery follows the disappearance of 27-year-old Christie Wilson after she spent a night in October 2005 at a California casino gambling with a mysterious man. The episode, called Eye in the Sky, also follows police as they utilize surveillance cameras to reveal her leaving Thunder Valley Casino, near Sacramento, with the man. CBS News reported in 2007 that Wilson was popular, well-educated and liked cats. But she reportedly had a secret vice — gambling — at which she was very talented. The casino’s videotapes reportedly showed Wilson leaving the blackjack tables around 1 a.m....read more
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Revenge killing of Dr. David Cornbleet, solved with CCTV, on See No Evil

This week’s See No Evil on Investigation Discovery examines the harrowing case of devoted family man Dr. David Cornbleet, who was brutally killed in his dermatology office in Chicago in 2006. The new episode, titled The Doctor Will See You, traces how police used security-camera footage to identify Hans Peterson, an aggrieved patient of Cornbleet, as his killer. The doctor’s daughter discovered her father bound and gagged, stabbed to death and laying in a pool of blood. Police then identified the man with a hidden face on closed-circuit television as Peterson, who had absconded to the island of St. Martin after the incident. Enhanced video of suspect in Cornbleet murder Authorities in the...read more
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See No Evil examines Jose Reyes Mejia-Varela’s murder of Patty Ayala in Burger King

This week See No Evil examines the murder of Patty Ayala, who was killed at her work and left with a strange message next to her body. It was the spring of 2011 in Frederick, Md., when 32-year-old Jacinta “Patty” Ayala was found dead at her workplace of Burger King, she’d been shot in the back of the head. The safe had been emptied and a message has been left nearby saying ‘Blood up, Crip killer.’ At first police thought the crime must be related to some ongoing gang violence in the area but their investigation soon changed direction when...read more
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See No Evil examines the murder of Fargo widower Philip Gattuso

This week on See No Evil, the CCTV true crime show looks at the murder of Philip Gatusso. 49-year-old Gattuso was a periodontist and had been left a widower after his wife died following a botched heart operation. The Fargo resident being left to bring up their 3-year-old daughter and his two older sons, whilst balancing his career and dealing with his wife’s untimely death. However, in November 2009 his dead body was found in his home, where he’d been beaten to death with a hammer and his home burgled. Upon his death the grandparents rushed to comfort their granddaughter but it was not too...read more
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Remake of Cold Prey In Development at WWE Studios

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Before Roar Uthaug (director of the upcoming Tomb Raider reboot) introduced moviegoers to a towering force of nature in The Wave, he took viewers on a deadly snowboarding vacation in the 2006 slasher film Cold Prey (aka Fritt Vilt), and a remake of the Norwegian film is now in development at WWE Studios.

Deadline reports that WWE Studios has picked up rights to remake Cold Prey, with Casey La Scala (The Remaining) penning the screenplay.

No casting details are known at this time, but it wouldn’t be surprising if we saw a wrestler cross over to star in the remake à la Glenn “Kane” Jacobs in WWE’s See No Evil movies.

The original Cold Prey followed a group of snowboarders who sought refuge at an abandoned hotel, and instead found someone sinister waiting for them… The horror film spawned a sequel in 2008 and a prequel in 2010.

We’ll keep
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The Supernatural Winter Premiere Trailer Looks Fantastic

It’s hard to believe that Supernatural is in its 12th season and got renewed for a 13th. When you look at the history of television shows, Supernatural is in very rare company for having lasted as long as it has. And if its any indication, the winter premiere trailer “See No Evil” proves that the show has no signs of slowing down. The CW series’ winter premiere (Thursday, Jan. 26, now at 8/7c) makes a compelling case for why the Winchesters are essential to humanity’s survival. According to TVline As we see foreboding snippets of Dean, Sam and their mom Mary

The Supernatural Winter Premiere Trailer Looks Fantastic
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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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