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Comic-Con 2017 Interview: Meat Loaf and Vincent D’Onofrio on Joining the Cast of Ghost Wars

Set to premiere this fall is Syfy’s new paranormal-themed series, Ghost Wars, which boasts an incredible ensemble that includes Vincent D’Onofrio, Kim Coates, Meat Loaf, Avan Jogia, and Kandyse McClure. While in San Diego last weekend at Comic-Con, Daily Dead spoke briefly with two of Ghost Wars’ co-stars, and veteran actors, Vincent D’Onofrio and Meat Loaf. The duo discussed the big appeal of joining the cast of Ghost Wars, and Meat Loaf also reminisced about his time collaborating with Dario Argento for his episode of Masters of Horror, entitled "Pelts."

So, coming into the show, what was the biggest appeal for you guys? Was it the different genre elements, the characters, or the fact that it was something different?

Meat Loaf: The reason that I came into the show is because when I got sent the script, the writing of Simon Barry, who I was a huge fan of already,
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Did 'Walking Dead' Season 6 Cast This 'Deadwood' Star as Negan?

Did 'Walking Dead' Season 6 Cast This 'Deadwood' Star as Negan?
Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead comics have provided fans with a slew of memorable heroes and villains over the years, many of which have been brought to life on the massively-popular AMC TV series. There is one character, however, that fans have been clamoring for more than anyone else, the brutal villain Negan. Showrunner Scott M. Gimple has always played coy about whether or not Negan will surface at some point this season, and a casting call from September seemingly teased that the producers were searching for the right actor to play him, even though this particular character was named Rich. Today we add another mysterious piece to the Negan puzzle, which comes from actor Garret Dillahunt, who tweeted a photo of his "reading material," The Walking Dead Compenium #3, the same volume where Negan first appears.

Naturally, a photo of a comic book is far from any sort of casting confirmation.
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Tom Holland to Unleash His New Brand of Twisted Tales

Director Tom Holland has been on the front lines of the horror genre his whole career and turned in many a modern classic as a result. Now he's venturing out into a whole new world of terror with some of the genre's heavyweights, and he's taking us all along for the ride!

From the Press Release

"Master of Horror Tom Holland, the man behind such legendary genre favorites including Fright Night, Child’s Play, Psycho II, and the adaptations of Stephen King’s Thinne and The Langoliers, has returned to scare a new generation of horror fans with his groundbreaking new series of “Twisted Tales.”

Written and directed by Holland, “Twisted Tales” is a brand new series of short films created in the great tradition of anthology shows like “The Twilight Zone,” “Outer Limits,” and “Amazing Stories.” Holland is no stranger to the world of horror anthologies as he wrote
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