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AMC on Wednesday released the first four minutes of Sunday’s midseason premiere (9/8c), which finds Daryl, Sasha and Abraham encountering a few of Negan’s cronies at a checkpoint, where they’re not-so-politely asked to hand over their weapons.
“Your property now belongs to Negan,” they’re told. »
Can't wait for the undead to rise again? You're in luck! AMC has released the first 4 minutes of The Walking Dead's highly anticipated season six midseason premiere and things are Tense. In the video below, Daryl (Norman Reedus), Abraham (Michael Cudlitz) and Sasha (Sonequa Martin-Green) come face-to-face with Negan's (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) men. These guys mean business in the worst possible way. "If you can get your hands on a tanker, you're people our person wants to know," Negan's henchman tells the haggard survivors. "If you have to eat s—t, best not to nibble. Bite, chew, swallow, repeat," he tells Abraham while taking all their weapons. "Goes »
The threat of Negan's arrival on this season of The Walking Dead has been looming over us for a while now, especially since his presence in the comics comes with the very shocking death of fan-favorite character Glenn (Steven Yeun). Although Glenn's brief brush with death earlier this season had fans hoping he'd be alive and well for many episodes to come, a few of the show's cast members may have inadvertently dropped some major spoilers regarding his fate. In a new interview with Entertainment Weekly, the intensity of the sixth season's finale came up, and Andrew Lincoln - who plays Rick Grimes - had quite a few troubling things to say. "I felt sick to my stomach when I read the script. It was the first day in the whole six years of working on The Walking Dead that I was late for work because I woke up in »
- Quinn Keaney
AMC released the first four minutes of the midseason premiere of “The Walking Dead” on Wednesday. The clip (below) picks up essentially where the post-credit scene from the midseason finale left off, with Daryl (Norman Reedus), Sasha (Sonequa Martin-Green), and Abraham (Michael Cudlitz) held at gunpoint by a group of bikers on the road who plan to take everything our heroes currently possess. One of the bikers says that they do not own any of their items anymore. “Your property now belongs to Negan,” the lead biker says. He disarms the group and tells them that he expects them to lead him and the other. »
- Joe Otterson
We’re now just four days away from the return of “The Walking Dead,” which kicks off the second half of its sixth season on February 14th. The arrival of Negan is impending, and according to series stars Andrew Lincoln and… Continue Reading →
- John Squires
My bloody Valentine? "The Walking Dead" returns for its midseason premiere this Sunday, and things are not looking good for Daryl (Norman Reedus), Sasha (Sonequa Martin-Green), and Abraham (Michael Cudlitz) in the opening scene.
AMC released the first four minutes of the episode, which picks up right where it left off in November. The three are stopped by a menacing-looking group of bikers, who turn out to work for the upcoming big bad Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan). We don't get to meet Negan yet, but his name is invoked as his henchmen demand Daryl, Sasha, and Abraham hand over their weapons.
"Hand over your weapons." »
- Kelly Woo
Zeb Larson reviews The Walking Dead #151…
Call to Arms.
In contrast to issue #150, a lot is going on this time around. All of it is in a sense organization: Rick is trying to reorient his people to meet this latest threat. There aren’t a lot of twists in this issue, nor is the action particularly heart-pounding. That said, it does a good job in setting the scene for what will come. Furthermore, I like the increasingly political nature of The Walking Dead as people start to form little villages and proto-states. I will be discussing spoilers from here on out.
Rick has started the process of training a zombie-killing army. Fans of World War Z will likely enjoy the pseudo-Napoleonic tactics being employed here: massed formations, aimed shots, disciplined fire control. Though it gets out of hand with the rookies and Rick’s weaknesses as a front-line combatant are revealed, »
- Zeb Larson
Last we left our heroes of Alexandria, things were going to zombie hell. And if the undead weren't the problem, other people were. In the first four minutes of the mid-season premiere of The Walking Dead, we rejoin the field team consisting of Daryl, Sasha, and Abraham as they run into a checkpoint, courtesy of Negan. While we don't get to see the biggest bad of the comic books (and in fact, we won't actually see Jeffrey Dean Morgan get his evil on until the season finale), his name is invoked from the jump. "Who's Negan?" is probably a question Rick Grimes & Co. will be asking for the rest of the season, but it's an answer they probably won't want to know. »
- E. Alex Jung
Before the living dead sink their teeth into the screen this Sunday, Entertainment Weekly unveiled seven new photos from The Walking Dead Season 6's second half.
Featuring the faces of friends and foes, including a walker reaching out for a helping hand to chew on, these new Season 6 photos from Gene Page / AMC were revealed today by EW:
Readers of Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead comic book series know that the second half of Season 6 will lead up to a heart-wrenching encounter with one of the series' most fearsome antagonists: Negan. Speaking with EW's Dalton Ross, Andrew Lincoln talked about his initial reaction to the Season 6 finale's script:
“I felt sick to my stomach when I read the script. It was the first day in the whole six years of working on The Walking Dead that I was late for work because I woke up in the middle of »
- Derek Anderson
Fiercely committed to broadening the international reach of African artists and the African story, “The Walking Dead” actress and “Eclipsed” playwright Danai Gurira pulls no punches when asked about the lack of diversity at the Oscars and throughout Hollywood.
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“My biggest question is: Is this new?” she says. “It’s amazing and unfortunate and frustrating that we’re still having this conversation. Something systemic has not shifted. We’re not retaining the idea that diversity is a strengthening thing, and it’s something that has to happen to enrich this industry. What’s new, I guess, is that (the Academy is) actually going into the structure and looking at what the system is. You have to change a system. Otherwise it’s just talk. The idea that the system is being examined and reformed is very hopeful.
“The thing that shocked »
- Gordon Cox
Danai Gurira doesn’t need a sword to be formidable.
Take away the dreadlocks and the katana of Michonne, the fan-favorite character she plays on “The Walking Dead,” and Gurira proves brainy, articulate, passionate and palpably driven. She’s also living the lives of three different, very successful people at once — actor, playwright and international arts ambassador.
The coming spring is unusually jam-packed, even for her. There’s her major role on one of TV’s most popular series, and a gig playing Tupac Shakur’s mother, Afeni, in the upcoming bio-pic “All Eyez on Me.” She’s also making her Broadway debut as a playwright in March with “Eclipsed,” a drama starring Lupita Nyong’o about the lives of five women during the Liberian civil war. At the same time, her newest play, “Familiar,” is premiering Off Broadway — and it bears some narrative connections to the pilot she’s simultaneously working on for HBO. »
- Gordon Cox
Hahaha! Remember when we were all complaining and/or disappointed by the lack of death in the mid-season finale of The Walking Dead last year? How could that much go wrong so quickly and the only casualty be Deanna? Remember how showrunner Scott Dimple promised the mid-season premiere would be quite deadly? He might have meant for the fans, because the first four minutes of The Walking Dead is online now, and I might have just had a heart attack. In the above video — first released on the AMC app — fans can now watch the first intense moments of the episode premiering on Valentine’s Day. We pick up where we left off. Daryl, Sasha, and Abraham have just run into Negan’s thugs. It doesn’t take long before things go sideways. Everyone might not make it back to Alexandria alive. Talk about intense. The Walking Dead returns to »
- Donna Dickens
Officially revealed during last year's E3, Telltale's mini-The Walking Dead series of episodic games focused on the show's character Michonne now has a release date, and a slew of new images to oogle. Come inside to check it out!
If you've been eager to dive back into the world of Telltale's Walking Dead game series, you'll get your chance on February 23rd, when the first episode of their Michonne mini-series (only being three episodes), lands on consoles and PCs. Better yet, they've released a handful of new images from the game, showing off what's in store for gamers in a couple weeks:
The Walking Dead: Michonne - A Telltale Miniseries will premiere its first of three episodes, 'In Too Deep,' this February 23rd on PC/Mac from the Telltale Online Store, Steam, and other digital distribution services, the PlayStation®Network for PlayStation 4 and »
- email@example.com (Jordan Maison)
Love her as we do, when Liv eats the brains of a caricature, she becomes indistinguishable from one herself...
This review contains spoilers.
2.11 Fifty Shades Of Grey Matter
The zombie conspiracy is getting more treacherous for those involved on iZombie. For the first time in the show's history, Blaine was backed into a corner. Luckily (for him — not so much for the larger Seattle population), he has the not-unformidable assistant district attorney Peyton on his side. Guys, this is why Team Liv needs to have check-ins.
Whenever Team Liv lets someone in on the zombie drama, they should get an introductory packet complete with important information — i.e. a whole bio on Blaine, the dude who has pretty much made Liv's undead life a living hell since Day One.
Since the beginning of narrative, writers have been using miscommunication as a way to complicate plot and create drama. »
After two disappointing The Punisher movies in 2004 and 2008 (one the 1989 Dolph Lundgren version), the property is now firmly in the hands of Marvel Studios and the good news is they’re doing something with it. Kevin Feige and his cohorts have cast The Walking Dead’s John Bernthal as the man himself – the brutal vigilante Frank Castle – for Daredevil season 2 on Netflix.
But here’s the rub: The Punisher’s comic book stories are generally incredibly dark, even when compared to the narratives of Marvel’s previous Netflix output from Daredevil and Jessica Jones. It seems likely them, that the Marvel Cinematic Universe will need to smooth over Frank’s rough edges to make him work within their continuity. And Frank’s got a lot of rough edges.
With that in mind, here are ten Punisher stories that are probably too dark for consideration for The Punisher’s appearances in the McU… »
- Rob Leane
If you think the zombie movie is dead, you’re not alone. Pride and Prejudice and Zombies opened with a thud this past weekend. The shambling undead have become television fixtures thanks to AMC’s The Walking Dead, which has dominated the zombie conversation for so long that the genre has stopped feeling special. Countless new movies […]
The post Alive and Kicking: “Fresh” Zombie Movies That Will Resurrect Your Faith in the Undead appeared first on /Film. »
- Jacob Hall
If you don’t think Atlanta is on par with New York or Los Angeles as a viable film scene, you must not have attended Savannah College of Art and Design’s fourth annual aTVfest. From Feb. 4–7, the college hosted a slew of film and television industry powerhouses from Paramount, Marvel, HBO, Universal, and more. Each night of the festival was topped off with cast-attended gala screenings of new episodes from shows such as Hulu’s “The Mindy Project” and AMC’s Georgia-filmed hit “The Walking Dead.” This year the fest honored Lili Taylor with the Icon Award and the cast of Fox’s hit series “Gotham” with the Spotlight Cast Award. On Saturday, Feb. 6, attendees had the opportunity to get firsthand advice from a special panel of Atlanta-, NYC-, and L.A.- based casting directors. The CDs spoke to the audience about the importance of technology—how it »
★★★☆☆ Leith is a small town in Grant County, North Dakota. Forgotten and dilapidated, it looks like - as one out-of-towner notes - "B-roll to the Walking Dead". There are only 24 residents and one business open; the Mayor Ryan Schock drives the school bus and when a particularly numerous family relocate there, they joke that they increased the town's population by 25% in one go. So when a quiet old man buys a house the residents are pleased to have a new neighbour: one even hopes that he might be a marriage prospect for her widowed mother. Craig Cobb is a bit of a loner, with his Bill Hickok beard and his baseball cap, but then again if it's seclusion you want, then Leith is the perfect town.
- CineVue UK
The Walking Dead is returning to television this weekend, which is a big deal for fans of the series, including myself. However, there’s more to be excited about if you’re an undead-loving gamer, as Telltale Games has officially confirmed that the first episode of its three-part The Walking Dead: Michonne mini-series will also debut near the end of this wintry month.
Those who’ve been chomping at the bit for more zombie-infused Telltale storytelling will want to mark February 23rd on their calendars, as that’s the day on which In Too Deep, the first episode of The Walking Dead Michonne, will go live across multiple platforms.
In fact, it seems as if both the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions will be available on the same day, which hasn’t always been the norm for this publisher. That said, the game will also debut on PC, Mac, »
- Chad Goodmurphy
Readers of Robert Kirkman's living dead comic book series have wondered what exactly happened to Michonne during her absence, but they won't have to wonder much longer, as Telltale has set a February 23rd premiere date for the first of three episodes in The Walking Dead: Michonne video game.
Press Release: The Walking Dead: Michonne - A Telltale Miniseries will premiere its first of three episodes, 'In Too Deep,' this February 23rd on PC/Mac from the Telltale Online Store, Steam, and other digital distribution services, the PlayStation®Network for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3, the Xbox Games Store for Xbox One® and Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, followed by a release on compatible iOS devices via the App Store, and Android-based devices via Google Play and the Amazon App Store starting February 25th. The second episode in the miniseries, 'Give No Shelter,' »
- Derek Anderson
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