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"It's all been a real privilege and a pleasure for me," said Morrissey about The Governor.
"I’d like to think of myself as some sort of heroic person, but I wouldn't rely on me."
"He’s really just kind of a mess, and he’s kind of a loose cannon," said "Walking Dead" creator Robert Kirkman about the character.
Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "The Walking Dead: The Governor"...
- Michael Stevens
The Walking Dead, the most watched drama in basic cable history, returns for another terrifying and exhilarating season on Sun., Oct. 13 at 9/8c. A 16-episode season of the series which the The New York Post gave 4 stars will air in two-parts with the first eight hours kicking off Oct. 13. The second eight episodes will return Feb. 2014. In this highly anticipated new season, we see Rick and the group of survivors fostering a thriving community in the safe haven of the prison. Sadly, in this brutal world, happiness is short-lived and walkers and outside threats are no match for danger brewing inside the fences. The group;s home and new way of life will be thoroughly tested, and their struggle to survive has never been so perilous. Season 4 also introduces several new characters including Bob Stookey (Lawrence Gilliard Jr., The Wire). Based on the comic book series written by Robert »
AMC released a new video today that features David Morrissey, Scott M. Gimple, Gale Anne Hurd, and Robert Kirkman looking back at The Governor’s impact on the series and his presence in the first half of Season 4. *Spoiler Warning: Don’t watch this if you haven’t watched the first eight episodes of Season 4.
AMC recently announced that the second half of The Walking Dead Season 4 will start on February 9th in the Us. Our UK readers will be happy to learn that Season 4 will resume for them on Monday, February 10th. If you’re looking for more information on what to expect, check out our casting announcement article link below to find out which major characters from the comic book series will be showing up. Special features we have in the works include a number of exclusive interviews with the cast & crew, along with a massive gallery of »
- Jonathan James
As 2013 comes to a close, it's impossible to look back on the year and not see wonderful TV left and right. In fact, the networks and cable aren't the only place to find the best programming anymore, with the advent of shows being released exclusively online.
With the year winding down, Zap2it continues to run through each staff member's favorite episodes of 2013. Here are the ones I think make the cut.
'Doctor Who' - 'The Day of the Doctor'
It's entirely possible this is the biggest event in the history of "Doctor Who," as two fan-favorite Doctors (Matt Smith and David Tennant) joined forces with a new entry into the universe (John Hurt) to go on an adventure through space and time. The 50th anniversary episode was filled with special nods to various points throughout the show's history and finally explained the end of the Time War, »
Not too long ago the closest thing we had to a "horror board game" was the Ouija Board, but times have changed. The board game industry is alive and kicking, and as a result all good genres get proper representation. It seems horror resonates the most with board game companies, because we saw a slew of awesome new games come across our play table. Some of these games are twisted, some are spooky, some (okay, let's be honest, most) have something to do with H.P. Lovecraft. But these five games rose above the rest to deliver fright-filled competitive and cooperative play! Game on, horror fans, and check out these 2013 releases.
Have you ever wanted to play a game where you felt like the world was crumbling all around you? In 'Eldritch Horror'… you can! Inspired by the stories and themes of H.P. Lovecraft and his Cthulhu Mythos, players »
- Giaco Furino
He may be gone, but he's certainly not forgotten, as evidenced by this new "The Walking Dead" tribute video AMC has released in honor of the Governor. See David Morrissey and the cast and crew look back on the rise and fall of one of the show's greatest villains.
"The Walking Dead" returns to AMC on February 9, 2014.
Based on the comic book series written by Robert Kirkman and published by Image Comics, "The Walking Dead" stars Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Steven Yeun, Lauren Cohan, Chandler Riggs, Emily Kinney, Danai Gurira, Chad Coleman, and Sonequa Martin-Green. The series is executive produced by Scott M. Gimple, Robert Kirkman, Gale Anne Hurd, David Alpert, Tom Luse, and Greg Nicotero.
To stay up-to-the-minute on all things walker related, follow @WalkingDead_AMC on Twitter and visit "The Walking Dead" on Facebook. For more be sure to hit up the official "The Walking Dead" page on AMC. »
- Debi Moore
[This is a review for Mob City season 1, episodes 5 & 6. There will be Spoilers.]
At this point, one of the primary questions Frank Darabont’s Mob City faces is how it will be remembered. The six-episode season 1 was always going to be viewed as the director-writer’s rebound from his turbulent time spent with The Walking Dead, and considering he chose to make that rebound within the same medium (and with many of the same actors) it stands to reason that perhaps there was something for Darabont to prove. When the show wound up in the inhospitable surroundings of the pre-holiday television schedule, though, it began to look increasingly unlikely that ...
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- Kevin Yeoman
With the Governor dead, "The Walking Dead" is ready for a new villain. Many fans of the comic book have looked to Negan as the next Big Bad on the show, with some speculating he could be introduced in the second half of Season 4.
First, some context for the uninitiated: Negan is the primary antagonist in "The Walking Dead" comics after the death of the Governor. He is the leader of a ruthless group called The Saviors whose base is an area known as The Sanctuary. Those of you paying attention to the radio signal coming through when Daryl, Michonne, Tyreese and Bob Stookey were driving in episode 3 might remember that it was calling people to join The Sanctuary.
Known for his love of his baseball bat wrapped in barbed wire -- which he calls Lucille -- and his love of expletives, Negan is introduced in the comics more than »
Parting is such sweet sorrow. This year, as in all years, we had to say good-bye to some of television's most (and least) beloved characters and shows. Some will live forever in our hearts (30 Rock, The Office); some, not so much (we had already forgotten We Are Men was a thing that existed). But no matter what, attention must be paid. We put together this moving, slo-mo tribute to TV's dearly departed. As the saying goes: 'Tis better to have watched and lost than never to have watched at all (though in some cases, never having been watched at all was the cause of death). Warning: As this features many character deaths, there are obviously spoilers galore. Be warned if you are still catching up on Boardwalk Empire, The Walking Dead, Sons of Anarchy, Orange Is the New Black, True Blood, Grey's Anatomy, Justified, The Killing, Downton Abbey, Breaking »
- Abraham Riesman
After the success of Walker Stalker Con Atlanta last month, they’re putting on two shows in 2014. The first will take place in Chicago and we have news on the first guest announcements, including Day of the Dead‘s Howard Sherman and The Walking Dead‘s Lauren Cohan. Walker Stalker Con Chicago will take place from March 14-16 at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, Illinois.
Guests are still being announced, but the current list includes: Howard Sherman, Eulyn Womble, Jay Bonansinga, Lew Temple, Lauren Cohan, Lawrence Gillard Jr., Sonequa Martin-Green, Madison Lintz, Addy Miller, IronE Singleton, and Scott Wilson.
Like Walker Stalker Con Atlanta, we’ll cover the Chicago event live, so check back soon for more information on our plans. To learn more about Walker Stalker Con, visit:
The post Walker Stalker Con Chicago Adds Howard Sherman appeared first on Daily Dead. »
- Jonathan James
Is it safe to say at this point that no one could have predicted just how good Telltale’s episodic adventure game based on the mega-popular The Walking Dead franchise ended up being? I enjoyed plenty of the company’s previous titles, but I didn’t go into the game expecting that by the end, I’d walk away with it being my favorite title of 2012. The story of Lee Everett and Clementine was brutal, unflinching, and compelling, and naturally, we were left wanting more.
Enter The Walking Dead: Season Two and its first episode, All That Remains. A direct continuation of the first game’s story, this sequel aims to recapture the tension and trademark tough decision-making that have become franchise traditions, while putting a bit of a new spin on things with its choice of playable protagonist. And despite some initial skepticism I had with that choice, »
- John Fleury
The Walking Dead has permanently cemented itself into our pop culture no doubt about that. It is really nice to see a show like that step up and reach so many people. It would seem that by doing so, previous non Horror fans could easily be turned on to the genre which is wonderful. For many fans of The Walking Dead, February cannot get here fast enough. The latest mid-season finale was highly electric and was filled with so many surprises. It op… »
If you've been paying even a little bit of attention to TV ratings in 2013, you know the year's biggest trends: Cable continues to steal audience share from broadcast with megahits such as The Walking Dead and Duck Dynasty; DVRs are more important than ever; and America loves it some CBS. Dive deeper into the 2013 Nielsen ratings, however, and interesting things are revealed: Cable is starting to cannibalize itself; niche hits are multiplying; and the difference between what young and old viewers watch is astounding. Vulture gathered up reams of ratings data and started digging in. Read on to see the 25 things we discovered about What We Watched in 2013.Some housekeeping notes: This story is based on Nielsen data supplied to Vulture by multiple broadcast and cable networks. Except where otherwise noted, figures cited or referenced include both live viewing and viewing that takes place within seven days »
- Josef Adalian
Earlier this week Google released its annual Zeitgeist List, which is basically the top ten Google searches for the entire year. Unsurprisingly, it was mostly the names of dead people. We here at TheBacklot are a little more discerning about our fads and faves, so we’ve carefully cobbled together this list of the biggest trends of the year. We liked some more than others, but each played a big hand in the year in pop culture – so let’s take a moment to remember them all, shall we?
Thanks to Netflix‘s revolutionary decision to release all episodes of its original series on the same date, a new circle of Couch Potato Hell was born. Sure, many of us have secretly been doing this for years thanks to box sets and Instant Queue, but this year the bingewatch came out of the closet – making it one of the »
- Brian Juergens
Warning: Super spoilers for "The Walking Dead" mid-season finale. The most recent episode of "The Walking Dead" saw The Governor lead an attack on the prison, and it also saw him finally meet his end in the attack. In remembrance of the show's most memorable non-zombie villain, AMC has released a tribute to the character featuring interviews with the cast, crew and David Morrisey, who brought the character to life. Check it out below! "The Walking Dead" Season 4 will return to AMC on February 9, 2014. »
Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, Robert Kirkman spoke about the chances of Negan appearing on AMC's The Walking Dead. "Well, there was a lot of breathing room in the comics between them,” says Kirkman on that very subject. He continued, "Whether or not we have the same amount of breathing room, or if we do cut that down a little bit and bring him into the show a little early remains to be seen. But I definitely do think there needs to be some kind of space from a Governor into a Negan. You have to have something of a break in there. So I wouldn’t expect him to be showing up — definitely not in season 4. I don’t know. I wouldn’t expect it too soon. But we are all very excited about the prospect of bringing that guy into the show. The plan is that we will »
Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars
Platforms Currently Available On: PS3 (Reviewed), 360, PC, Vita, Ouya, Ios
After waiting one long year, Telltale is back with a second season of their emotionally charged rendition of the popular Walking Dead franchise. And let me tell you upfront, it might be a good idea to have a tissue box prepared from the get-go. No time at all is wasted as you’re immediately thrust into one horrific situation after another.
Playing as young and innocent Clementine is no less dangerous than playing as Lee – in fact, it’s probably more dangerous. The theme of Episode 1 seems to be utter hopelessness, as even when something positive happens that sends an impression of slightly less perilous times ahead. It’s a recurring theme in Episode 1 to dangle false hope in front of you only to swipe it away, usually in a surprisingly unpredictable manners. Shock »
- Robert Kojder
Ten years ago it would have seemed preposterous to claim that a series based on a zombie-orientated graphic novel would be the most popular show on television. Now in 2013 The Walking Dead is a ratings juggernaut that is frequently breaking records with its extremely high viewing figures. However one of the most influential people responsible for bringing the phenomenal series to our television screens is undoubtedly Frank Darabont, the acclaimed academy award nominated director of The Shawshank Redemption and The Green Mile.
Darabont directed the feature length pilot of the series and served as producer until mid-way through season 2 of The Walking Dead when he was mysteriously axed from the show. Now it seems that Darabont has filed a lawsuit against AMC for his unfair dismissal stating that the network has breached a number of contractual obligations to the director. The lawsuit claims that AMC fired Darabont before the end »
- Ben Read
Robert Kirkman, "The Walking Dead" comic book creator and executive producer of the AMC 'zombie' TV series, recently revealed that a prominent villain from the comic books will be joining the cast of the series:
Kirkman confirmed that the vile, baseball bat swinging comic book character 'Negan', who leads a group called the 'Saviors', will appear on the show, eventually killing one of the main characters.
"The plan is that we will see him eventually," said Kirkman.
"But I definitely do think there needs to be some kind of space from a 'Governor' into a 'Negan'. You have to have something of a break in there...But we are all very excited about the prospect of bringing that guy into the show."
"The Walking Dead" returns to AMC for the Mid-Season Premiere, February 9, 2014.
Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "The Walking Dead: Season 4"...
- Michael Stevens
"I feel like I finally made it," he tells Zap2it. "It's was nice to have two suit-and-tie roles."
In the feature film "Grace of Monaco," set in the early 1960s (and set for release on March 14), Nicole Kidman plays actress Grace Kelly, who became Princess Grace after marrying Prince Ranier III of Monaco. Ventimiglia plays her press agent, Rupert Allan.
"So," Ventimiglia says, "the '60s, then you jump back into the '40s for 'Mob City.' It's hard to beat that."
In the six-episode "Mob City," from creator Frank Darabont ("The Walking Dead"), which concludes tonight on TNT, Ventimiglia plays lawyer Ned Stax, an outwardly respectable lawyer who works as a fixer »
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