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"The Walking Dead" can cross one zombie off its future casting list -- because a brave, disabled high school kid is going all out to prove he's the right man for the part.Here come some big screams ... and laughs too. Read more »
- TMZ Staff
Telltale’s eagerly-awaited The Walking Dead: Season Two is finally starting today and to celebrate, we have a special promotion for you which will end with one lucky participant receiving a Season Pass for the entire game as it releases on Steam. You read that right; if you win, you’ll get to experience Clementine’s latest turmoils for free.
To enter our contest for a chance to win, simply Like us on Facebook and then Re-Tweet our contest message. A winner will be chosen on December 22nd.
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- John Fleury
Take another look @ new footage and comic book spoilers from AMC's ultra-violent 'zombie' TV series "The Walking Dead" returning February 9, 2014, with an episode written by series creator Robert Kirkman and directed by series Special Makeup Effects Artist Greg Nicotero:
Other new episodes, directed by Tricia Brock, Julius Ramsay, Seith Mann, Ernest Dickerson, Michael Satrazemis, David S. Goyer and Michelle MacLaren are "...the boldest, bravest and most exciting this show has ever attempted," said series star Andrew Lincoln who plays character 'Rick Grimes'.
"Not only have these people lost 'Hershel', they lost the prison, but they also lost each other," confirmed creator Kirkman.
"They’re out on their own, they’re in different groups.
"There’s going to be a lot going on with these different people as they try to survive in the next half of the season..."
Take another look @ McFarlane Toys limited edition, "The Walking Dead: Season 4" collectible action figures, »
- Michael Stevens
After being pushed out of his role as showrunner of The Walking Dead during the show’s season 2 run, Frank Darabont is now taking legal action against AMC, claiming he was denied “tens of millions of dollars of profits” from the successful zombie series.
Earlier today, Darabont filed a lawsuit claiming that AMC is guilty of a breach of contract and that therefore the company owes him money. The lawsuit states, “The within action arises out of the unabated effort of a television conglomerate (AMC) to deprive Frank Darabont — the artist who created, wrote, directed, and produced the television series »
- Samantha Highfill
Nine out of the Top 10 most-watched TV broadcasts in 2013 were football games – the lone non-football program on Nielsen's year-end report was the Oscars. The statistics company explained in its overview that football's ubiquity has become de rigueur for their annual list, which this year measured viewership between December 31st, 2012 and December 8th, 2013.
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Unsurprisingly, the most-watched program overall was Super Bowl Xlvii, which attracted over 108 million viewers, and nearly twice that if you combine its viewership with the over 106 million people who tuned in for the delayed broadcast, »
Maybe I’ve just been doing this for too long and I’ve become jaded by certain aspects of the television industry, but when I hear that NBC is having troubles with a series that has not even aired yet I roll my eyes. Believe comes from Gravity director Alfonso Cuaron and J.J. Abrams and has had a bit of a rocky history ahead of its midseason premiere. It hasn’t been anything too newsworthy, until now. We’ve gotten to the point that I’m likely just going to pass on Believe when it eventually premieres simply because the shenanigans going on behind the scenes don’t bode well for the series’ longevity.
Some shows have trouble holding on to showrunners, the leads writers who guide the direction the show will take. The Walking Dead is on its third showrunner, but that series was an early hit and has »
- Brody Gibson
After a long week of near-silence on exactly when PS3 owners would be able to play The Walking Dead: Season Two, Telltale Games has finally confirmed that the premiere episode, All That Remains, will be available for purchase when the Ps Store updates today. Unfortunately, the game’s Season Pass option has been held up for unannounced reasons and will not be available in time for the launch.
Telltale revealed the good/bad news on the PlayStation Blog, stating that they are “working with PlayStation to get the Season Pass option up as soon as possible,” and that fans should “stay tuned” for additional information.
For PlayStation 3 owners who want their decisions from the first season to carry over into The Walking Dead: Season Two, the lack of a Season Pass is a bit of a problem. They can either wait for the Season Pass to show up before playing All That Remains, »
- Justin Alderman
“The Walking Dead” might have parted ways with former showrunner Frank Darabont, but, like one of the zombies that populates the AMC series, Darabont has risen again … to sue the network. Darabont, who exited the series in 2011, has filed a lawsuit against AMC, claiming that he was wrongfully fired from the series, and that he is entitled to proceeds from the show. Also read: ‘Walking Dead’ Is in ‘Lost’ Mode In the complaint, filed in New York on Tuesday, Darabont and Creative Artists Agency — which represents Darabont — claim that they haven’t received any money from a profit participation »
- Tim Kenneally
Frank Darabont, the ousted creator of the TV adaptation of The Walking Dead, is suing the hit show's network AMC. He claims the channel breached his contract and owes him tens of millions of dollars in profits.
At the heart of Darabont's suit is a cushy licensing set-up known as "self-dealing" that AMC struck with itself, essentially, according to the Hollywood Reporter. Typically, TV shows are produced by one company and distributed by another. AMC was planning to do just that with Walking Dead, offering Darabont 12.5 percent of the profits »
The creator of "The Walking Dead" -- one of the most popular shows on TV -- wants his pound of flesh from AMC -- to the tune of Tens Of Millions Of Dollars.Frank Darabont was the mastermind who adapted the popular comic book into a series back in 2009. He claims in his suit he would get 12.5% of the profits, but he claims AMC unceremoniously fired him in 2011 and he hasn't received a penny.Here's »
- TMZ Staff
After the massive success of "The Bible," the History channel miniseries produced by Mark Burnett and Roma Downey, NBC has decided to get in on the action and officially ordered "A.D.," a sequel of sorts to the self-explanatory first chapter, to premiere on the network in 2015.
"Last year when Mark Burnett was launching 'The Bible' on cable, I told him, without hesitation, that if he wanted to tell more of the story, we'd love to do it at NBC," NBC Entertainment chairman Robert Greenblatt says in a press release. "We are firmly in the 'event' business and nothing has more event potential than 'A.D.' as it continues immediately after the 'The Bible' ended. The heft of a broadcast network, combined with the promotional arms of NBCUniversal and Comcast, will push this miniseries to a mass audience. We value our relationship with Mark and Roma and »
After announcing the project more than five months ago, NBC has officially greenlit the 12-episode miniseries A.D., which will pick up where History’s well-watched The Bible left off.
“You might think the story is over at the Crucifixion, but as most of the world knows, that was only the beginning,” NBC Entertainment chief Jennifer Salke said in a statement. “Everyone’s lives were completely altered in an instant and the immediate aftermath of Christ’s »
- Matt Webb Mitovich
The bad blood continues to boil between Frank Darabont and AMC over "The Walking Dead." After being pushed out of the show in July 2011, the "Mob City" showrunner claims in a new lawsuit that he was entitled to profits that he never received.
Darabont and his agency CAA filed a lawsuit against AMC with the New York Supreme Court. It can be read here courtesy of Deadline. If AMC doesn't respond to the 73-page complaint by mid-January, the network risks default judgment.
According to the document, Darabont says that AMC used underhanded tactics to create an unreasonably high deficit on "The Walking Dead" that deprives him of the profits he is entitled to receive, even though he no longer is a part of the show. He and CAA are asking for a better net profit definition to help remedy this problem.
Darabont also brings up what he alleges is his wrongful termination from AMC. »
So you’re watching The Walking Dead, just loving the season. You’re new to the show, and you know you are only about 8 or so episodes into the season, so you are still very excited about all the show left. Suddenly, the episode ends, and they tell you that was their mid-season finale. Wait, mid-seasonal [&hellip
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- Remy Carreiro
The New Jersey high school kid who turned his disability into a hilarious "Zombie Prank" Vine account says he's one giant step closer to his dream -- starring on "The Walking Dead" -- but he's waiting on one important phone call.17-year-old Nick Santonastasso -- who was born with only one arm and no legs -- Skyped in to "TMZ Live," telling us there's a petition gaining a Lot of momentum online, begging "Walking Dead »
- TMZ Staff
AMC‘s The Walking Dead is the biggest show on television but its developer Frank Darabont has yet to receive any money as a profit participant. Today, Darabont and his agency CAA filed a lawsuit (read it here) against AMC, accusing the network in “self dealing” by setting an unrealistically low license fee for the series it also produces and employing questionable accounting practices thus depriving profit participants of compensation. The complaint also alleges Darabont was wrongfully terminated from the show, that he should continue to receive an executive producer credit and is entitled to proceeds from The Walking Dead offshoots Talking Dead and the upcoming spinoff from Robert Kirkman, on whose graphic novel The Walking Dead was based. Darabont and CAA are asking for unspecified “monetary damages” to be determined by a jury trial. The 73-page complaint was accompanied by a summons from the plaintiffs for AMC to reply »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
“I’ve watched Gh for 35 years,” Wilson tells our very good friends at Soaps In Depth, which broke the news. “I grew up with it. It holds such a place in my heart.”
Appearing in the Jan. 28 episode, Wilson’s Gh character is described as being Bailey-like, and is a patient of Kevin’s.
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- Matt Webb Mitovich
Telltale Games promised that the first episode of The Walking Dead video game Season 2 would be released this month and it has been announced that you’ll be able to start playing this week.
Today, the game will be available on Steam worldwide and the PlayStation 3 in North America. Xbox 360 gamers around the world will be able to check out the game tomorrow, and the iOS version is expected later this week. There is no word on the worldwide PlayStation 3 release or availability on next gen consoles, but we’ll let readers know as soon as more information becomes available.
“The Walking Dead: Season Two continues the story of Clementine, a young girl orphaned by the undead apocalypse. Left to fend for herself, she has been forced to learn how to survive in a world gone mad.
Many months have passed since the events seen in Season One of The Walking Dead, »
- Jonathan James
What a year for horror comics! There's been so much to read. We've seen Hellboy wander around hell (after killing the devil). We've seen Rick Grimes and company struggle along against a demented foe in The Walking Dead. Hell, we've even seen Kiss fight off the martians from Mars Attacks (though we really wish we didn't). Now let's take a moment and look back on our favorite "single issues" from the past year. We don't mean a comic series as a whole - just the single comic book issue in and of itself. From one-shots to standout issues… it's time to hone in on our fanaticism!
Mystery Society Special 2013
Now don't tell me you forgot about this little gem just because it came out in the beginning of the year. Mystery Society is the awesome, wild, inspiring comic by Steve Niles. It was also, unfortunately, all we got from the »
- Giaco Furino
Hyundai likes to back the zombies from AMC’s “The Walking Dead,” while Ford has displayed a yen for the fashionable bloodsuckers of the CW’s “Vampire Diaries.” Now General Motors will sponsor the vampires of the Robert Rodriguez cult favorite “From Dusk Till Dawn” along with several other shows on the filmmaker’s infant El Rey cable network.
The large automaker – one of the biggest-spending advertisers in the United States – will have Chevrolets and Cadillacs woven into the new cable network’s “Dawn” along with othersprograms in 2014, said Michael Finn, El Rey’s senior veep of sales and marketing, part of a deal that makes Gm the only automaker that will enjoy that privilege in the network’s first year on air. Gm cars will also be featured in other series El Rey has in development, Finn said, including one from the team working on Fox’s “Sleepy Hollow, »
- Brian Steinberg
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