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To coincide with its release on the home formats next week, we have an exclusive, never before seen deleted scene from Outcast: Season one.
The series is available on Blu-ray and DVD on 12th December, from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.
Outcast is based on the Skybound / Image comic title by creator Robert Kirkman and artist Paul Azaceta, follows Kyle Barnes (Patrick Fugit), a young man who has been plagued by demonic possession all his life. Now, with the help of Reverend Anderson (Philip Glenister), a country preacher with personal demons of his own, Kyle embarks on a journey to find answers to obtain a normal life he has never known. But what Kyle discovers could change his fate — and the fate of the world — forever.
- Paul Heath
Welcome back for Day 11 of Daily Dead’s fourth annual Holiday Gift Guide, readers! Once again, our goal is to help you navigate through the horrors of the 2016 shopping season with our tips on unique gift ideas, and we’ll hopefully help you save a few bucks over the next few weeks, too. For our second-to-last day of this year’s Gift Guide, we’re going to be featuring several great cult films that arrived on Blu-ray in 2016, as well as Star Wars books, a ton of horror-themed enamel pins, the amazing artwork of Hero Complex Gallery, FiverFingerTees, and much more!
This year’s Holiday Gift Guide is sponsored by several amazing companies, including Mondo, Anchor Bay Entertainment, DC Entertainment, and Magnolia Home Entertainment, who have all donated an assortment of goodies to help get you into the spirit of the season. Daily Dead also recently teamed up with »
- Heather Wixson
It’s been a bit of a bumpy road for The Walking Dead this season. Though AMC’s hit series started off on an electrifying note, what with the shocking deaths of both Abraham and Glenn, since then, the show has struggled to find a satisfying pace. While there have been some exciting moments here and there, a lot of what we’ve seen so far this year has felt more like filler than anything else, with entire episodes coming off as nothing but a bore (and its ratings have reflected that).
Thankfully, last week’s “Sing Me a Song” picked things up a bit and as we head into the midseason finale this Sunday, it looks like The Walking Dead is going to go out with a bang, leaving us with a lot to chew on as we wait for it to return again in February. At least, we hope that’s the case. »
- Mark Cassidy
Now on in the middle its seventh season, The Walking Dead is no longer about zombies; it's about human dynamics and how far the living will go to survive. The most poignant deaths are those that come at the hand of another live person, whether it be Carol or Negan delivering the final blow. Sill, it's shocking how little time the characters spend talking about how or why the world is now a vast wasteland of walkers. The only times the origin of the virus or the possibility of stopping it have come up was in the first season, when the group makes it to the Cdc (fruitless), and when Eugene asserts that if he makes it to Washington DC, he can stop the spread. As we know now, Eugene is full of sh*t, so who knows whether the virus can be stopped. For now, let's review what we Do know about it. »
- Maggie Pehanick
We're nearing the halfway point of season seven on The Walking Dead, which means it's more or less time to take stock. With the prolific and long-running comic-book series serving as the source material for the TV show, it's been harder and harder not to succumb to temptation and look ahead at what's to come. How long will we get to spend with the extravagant King Ezekiel? What's in store for Jesus, the rebel with a heart of gold? Even worse, what will happen to Carl now that Negan has taken him under his wing? With many more comic issues to burn through yet, it's hard not to wonder how much more of the show is left for us to see. If that question's been on your mind, we've uncovered a pretty interesting answer. Related:3 Vital Things We Know About the Virus on The Walking Dead22 Killer Gifts For The Walking Dead »
- Ryan Roschke
“Strike Back” is coming back to TV.
Cinemax has ordered a reboot of the military action series with an entirely new cast and characters, Variety has confirmed.
“Strike Back’s” last season concluded in July 2015 on Cinemax, after the network announced that the season would be the show’s final. Before the four original seasons aired on Cinemax, the first season of the franchise, “Strike Back: Origins,” aired on the U.K.’s Sky1.
The new, revitalized version on Cinemax will star Alin Sumarwata, Daniel MacPherson, Roxanne McKee and Warren Brown. Andy Harries, an alum of the “Strike Back” franchise, brought back the series, which hails from his Left Bank Pictures. Jack Lothian is the writer and showrunner.
The first season of the British “Strike Back” starred “The Walking Dead’s” Andrew Lincoln and Richard Armitage, and also aired on Cinemax in 2013. The remaining four seasons on Cinemax were toplined by Sullivan Stapleton and Philip Winchester. (Stapleton »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Kirk Acevedo has found himself a new Kingdom.
The Fringe alum and 12 Monkeys star will recur during Season 3 of the At&T Audience Network drama as a former fighter and new coach at the Navy St. Mma gym.
Kingdom returns in spring 2017.
Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets? Well…
* Hulu has obtained the exclusive U.S. rights to Season 4 of the Australian comedy Please Like Me, which previously aired on Pivot.
Sneak Peek more new footage, images and synopsis from "The Walking Dead" episode "Hearts Still Beating", airing December 11, 2016 on AMC:
"...a war may be about to begin in 'The Walking Dead' Mid Season Finale episode 'Hearts Still Beating' as tensions rise and 'Negan' makes his presence felt in 'Alexandria'.
"Negan's unwelcome visit to Alexandria continues as other members scavenge for supplies, as things quickly spin out of control..."
Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "The Walking Dead: Hearts Still Beating"...
- Michael Stevens
Oh, you were a cruel mistress, 2016. Over the past year, TV fans were dealt blow after blow as some of the small screen’s most beloved characters were — and often abruptly — killed off. (May Sweeps alone claimed 54 lives!)
Photos2016 in Review: The 10 Worst Shows
The 25 included in this year-end round-up were particularly difficult losses that shook us to the core. (We’ll be sending you our therapy bills, The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones and Arrow, to call out but a few.) Others weren’t huge, game-changing casualties like most of our Top 10 picks, but we’re still mourning all »
It's been six long weeks since The Walking Dead checked in on Carol and Morgan and their new lives at King Ezekiel's Kingdom, but that's all about to change. In this sneak peek of the AMC hit's midseason finale, exclusive to E! News, we get our first glimpse at the pair of begrudging buddies in some time and, we've got to say, life under Ezekiel's rule looks pretty peaceful. There are books to be read, fireplaces to enjoy, and more fresh produce than Carol (Melissa McBride) knows what to do with. "Apparently, some people are having a hard time believing me when I say I just want to be left alone," she tells Morgan (Lennie James) after he drops by with a sack of goodies from »
Steven Yeun had a sweet run-in with a young fan when he stopped by The Grove in La on Wednesday. Dressed casual in a blue jacket, jeans, and glasses, the Walking Dead actor flashed his new wedding band while taking a few photos with a Time kid reporter. Steven has certainly had a busy few weeks. In addition to tying the knot with his longtime girlfriend, Joana Pak, news recently broke that they are expecting their first child together. Based on his latest outing, it looks like he's already working on his dad skills. Related:It's Official: Steven Yeun Is the Sexiest Man WalkingThe Walking Dead's Steven Yeun Has an La Lunch Date With His Pregnant Wife »
- Kelsie Gibson
The trip is not the first O'Brien has made in recent years. The comedian has done specials in South Korea with The Walking Dead's Steven Yeun earlier this year, as well as remotes in Armenia and Cuba in 2015.
While in the city, he visited the remains of the Berlin Wall, picked up some shades and underwear at the Mauerpark Flea Market, and grabbed lunch with Borg at a German beer hall. There, O'Brien and Borg shared »
- Patrick Shanley
One of the biggest mysteries on The Walking Dead also happens to be one of the most prevalent pieces to the zombie apocalypse puzzle: the virus. Throughout the run of the show, we've learned plenty about it through observation, character explanations, and more. We've even learned about why none of the characters say "zombie" while referring to the infected. There's one thing, though, that isn't quite as explicitly addressed in the series: can animals get it too? It's true, the show has never truly answered the question in scenes, but that doesn't mean an answer isn't out there. In fact, creator Robert Kirkman directly addressed the issue during a very early episode of Talking Dead, the postmortem show that immediately unpacks each episode after it airs. "Animals can't become walkers/zombies," Kirkman revealed. "Only humans." You know what this means, right? One day, when every human is turned to a »
- Ryan Roschke
The Walking Dead does a great job at keeping fans guessing, but one of the biggest questions of the series - aside from the virus's origin - is finally answered this season: Who is Judith's father? In the first season, Rick's wife, Lori, has an affair with his best friend, Shane, while Rick is presumed to be dead following the zombie outbreak. After Rick reunites with his family, Lori discovers she is pregnant and is unsure who the dad is. Keep reading to see our previous theories, then how Rick's confession goes. Why Rick Could Have Been Judith's Biological Father One half-convincing argument that Rick could have possibly been Judith's father goes back to season one, episode three, when we see Lori and Rick rekindling their relationship in their tent when he returns. Shortly after, Lori learns she is pregnant. While technically Lori could have gotten pregnant during their rendezvous, »
- Terry Carter
Welcome back for Day 10 of Daily Dead’s fourth annual Holiday Gift Guide, readers! Once again, our goal is to help you navigate through the horrors of the 2016 shopping season with our tips on unique gift ideas, and we’ll hopefully help you save a few bucks over the next few weeks, too. For our tenth Gift Guide of the year, we’ll be showing off some spectacular artwork from Quiltface Studios, Shout Select’s recent Bill & Ted box set, horror apparel for the kids, zombie plants, Star Trek on vinyl, and a whole lot more!
This year’s Holiday Gift Guide is sponsored by several amazing companies, including Mondo, Anchor Bay Entertainment, DC Entertainment, and Magnolia Home Entertainment, who have all donated an assortment of goodies to help get you into the spirit of the season. Daily Dead also recently teamed up with Texas-based artist Dustin Pace of Duddy »
- Heather Wixson
Maybe it's his caring nature, or maybe it's just his lustrous hair, but we've grown to love Jesus. The Walking Dead hasn't showcased him as much as we'd like in season seven, but whenever he pops up, he's a delight. You may be wondering what's in store for the long-locked survivor, and though we can't tell where the TV writers will take him, we do know what happens to him in Robert Kirkman's comic book series. In the books, Jesus, whose real name is Paul Monroe, is the one who takes Rick to meet Ezekiel, creating one of the most important alliances of the series. It's at this meeting that they agree to join forces with Dwight, who has secretly turned on Negan and the Saviors. He acts as a messenger of peace between the colonies, going from Hilltop to Alexandria to the Kingdom, rounding up troops and making »
- Maggie Pehanick
The Walking Dead has been terrorizing us by moving the story along at a snail's pace in season seven. Our gang has been separated, and since each episode only showcases one person's story, it's taking a hell of a long time to get where we need to go. "But just where is that?" you may be wondering. We know what happens to characters like Negan and King Ezekiel in Robert Kirkman's comic books, but there's no telling what the show's writers will choose to include. After all, there are significant differences between the TV series and the book series. There's still one more episode left before the Winter hiatus, but here's what we do know about the second half of season seven. We will meet new characters. While we've met a handful of new people, TVLine reported back in June that season seven would introduce Naomi and Jennie. Neither is present in the comics, »
- Maggie Pehanick
Ready to take a trip down "Easy Street"? Halfway into the season of The Walking Dead, and we're not sure how we feel. What we do know is this episode three is a standout for several reasons, one of which is the music. It features three memorable tunes, opening with "Town Called Malice" by The Jam and employing "Crying" by Roy Orbison for a particularly emotional scene, but the one you likely will never, ever be able to get out of your head is "Easy Street" by The Collapsable Hearts Club feat. Jim Bianco & Petra Haden. Dwight uses it to torture Daryl into submission, but Daryl is a lot stronger than Negan gives him credit for. Despite its retro feel, the song was released just this year and is on Spotify. Take a listen: Jim Bianco spoke with The Independent after the episode aired, and it turns out that he »
- Maggie Pehanick
A survivor has to choose between someone she knows above ground and her new friend below ground in the tense eighth installment of the Fear The Walking Dead web series Passage.
Below, you can watch Part 8 of Fear The Walking Dead: Passage, as well as all eight parts put together. Stay tuned to Daily Dead for the ninth installment of the web series when The Walking Dead Mid-Season 7 premiere airs in early 2017.
"A fearsome survivor agrees to help an injured woman in exchange for an apocalyptic sanctuary. A new installment of the 16-part series is available every week on amc.com, the AMC mobile apps, and on-air during premiere episodes of The Walking Dead."
Videos from AMC via Entertainment TV-one:
The post Watch Part 8 of Fear The Walking Dead Web Series Passage appeared first on Daily Dead. »
- Derek Anderson
The 2016 Critics' Choice Awards is right around the corner, and in preparation for the big day, the Broadcast Film Critics Association and the Broadcast Television Journalists Association have just announced the long list of celebrities slated to take the stage as presenters. This year's group includes Justin Timberlake, Amy Adams, Jeremy Renner, Nicole Kidman, Lily Collins, Ty Burrell, Anthony Anderson, Constance Wu, Kevin Hart, Leslie Mann and James Marsden. Also taking the stage will be This Is Us co-stars Sterling K. Brown and Milo Ventimiglia, Big Bang Theory co-stars Jim Parsons and Kaley Cuoco, UnReal co-stars Shiri Appleby and Constance Zimmer, The Walking Dead co-stars Norman »
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