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Seeing as there’s still stuff to explore with the character, then, could Negan potentially get his own spinoff series at some point? If it was up to Morgan, it’d certainly happen, as while talking to Fandom, the actor – who’s been a part of the zombie drama since season 6 – revealed that he’d like a prequel series for his character. Among other things, it could explore his life before the apocalypse, revealing how he became the sadistic tyrant that made the Alexandrians’ lives a living hell.
Viewers likely will enjoy discovering what the new normal is for the series’ survivors now that the Ahk alliance’s war with the Saviors has ended. “The conclusion of that conflict in some ways was the conclusion
Scott Adkins is an English actor and stuntman that has been working in the film and television industry since the mid-90s. He is best known for his roles in various action-adventure and martial arts films like the Undisputed series, The Expendables II, and Ninja. His latest films include Triple Threat, The Debt Collector, Incoming, Abduction, and Accident Man.
Flickering Myth had the privilege to speak with him, and I in turn had the honor to conduct it. I began by asking Mr. Adkins about his thoughts on the current state of the stunt industry. In the last few years, we have lost a couple of brave individuals who did irreplaceable work, including John Bernecker on The Walking Dead and Sj Harris on Deadpool 2, and I was wondering what he believed were some initiatives that could be taken to prevent any future tragedies from occurring.
If you recall, a repentant Dwight left his life in Daryl’s hands. Despite their antagonistic history, Daryl let his old enemy live and encouraged him to find his wife, Sherry. The last time we saw him, Dwight had discovered a note from her at their house, suggesting that he was going to reunite with her eventually.
So, is this the conclusion of Dwight’s story in The Walking Dead? It was pretty open-ended, after all. TV Line
The six-episode series tells the story of Eli Cohen (Baron Cohen), a spy for Israel in Syria in the early 1960s. Cohen managed to embed himself into Syrian high society and rise through the ranks of their politics. His actions, connections, ultimately his death have had lasting consequences, shaping the Middle East as it is today.
Emmerich will play Dan Peleg, described as a charming, rumpled and brilliant Mossad trainer. He is wise, wary and stubborn, and has a tendency to blur the boundaries between the personal and professional.
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The Walking Dead season 8 finale recently concluded the All Out War story arc on that series, while Fear The Walking Dead just debuted to record ratings. Even though the flagship series has seen ratings decline in recent years, there still seems to be a lot of gas left in the tank and AMC wants to milk it for all it's worth. In a recent interview following the season 8 finale, Scott M.
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Press Release: The series premiere of “AMC Visionaries: James Cameron’s Story of Science Fiction,” debuts on Monday, April 30th at 10:00 p.m. Et/Pt. On the premiere episode, “Alien Life,” Science fiction is filled with explorations of alien life. What can aliens teach us about what it means to be human? This episode highlights cinematic works and franchises such as Alien,
Scoring a 3.4 rating in the key 18-49 demo, and 7.9 million viewers overall, the season 8 finale scored the lowest numbers since the show’s first season back in 2011. Here’s how the various season finales stack up:
Season 5 (2015)–8.2 rating, 15.8 million Season 4 (2014)–8.0 rating, 15.7 million Season 6 (2016)–6.9 rating, 14.2 million Season 3 (2013)–6.4 rating, 12.4 million viewers Season 7 (2017)–5.4 rating, 11.3 million Season 2 (2012)–4.7 rating, 9 million viewers Season 8 (2018)–3.4 rating, 7.9 million Season 1 (2011)–3.0 rating, 6 million viewers
Overall, the eighth season averaged a 3.4 rating, and 7.8 million viewers. Given the decline since the heights of the fifth season, AMC will surely be hoping that the introduction of new showrunner Angela Kang helps to put some life back into the series when it returns for
Forget teen-friendly jump scares and Ouija board pranks – this the real deal, that goes deep into the dark heart of the occult. From the producer of cult hits The Void and The Witch, Pyewacket can take its place alongside those other-wordly modern horror classics.
Adam MacDonald, who directed the impressive killer bear thriller Backcountry, has crafted a deliciously taut slow burner, with outstanding central performances from Nicole Munoz as witchcraft-obsessed teenager Leah, and The Walking Dead’s Laurie Holden as her mother. As surprising as it is inventive, the film plants a seed of dread from the moment teenager Leah performs an occult ritual in the woods, building to an excruciating climax that will do for
“Cargo,” Netflix’s latest horror offering, manages to elevate itself above “The Walking Dead” ennui by taking a page from 2016’s highly successful “Train to Busan,” with a similarly complex father-daughter relationship at its core. Co-written and co-directed by Yolanda Ramke and Ben Howling, “Cargo” was expanded from a short film
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Titled "Another Day in the Diamond", the next episode of Fear The Walking Dead premieres on Sunday, April 22nd at 9:00pm Et on AMC.
Keep an eye out for more updates on Fear The Walking Dead, watch the new behind-the-scenes video below (spoiler warning if you haven't watched the season 4 premiere episode), and check here for our previous coverage of the fourth season:
"In Season 4, we will see the world of Madison Clark (Kim Dickens) and her family through new eyes — the eyes of
Question: I was pissed that Walking Dead teased us with the helicopter all season and then didn’t tell us whose it was. Do you know? —Luke
Ausiello: No — but I do know that you’ll eventually find out whose it is. Going into Season 9, “there is absolutely a story there,” showrunner Scott Gimple tells TVLine. “We have plans for that. But there was other business to take care of [in ‘Wrath’]. What was happening between Rick and Negan was
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