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On AMC's hit zombie drama The Walking Dead, Steven Yeun had displayed his share of badass survival skills, which may come in handy as he stars in an upcoming indie action flick.
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is only two months away, but the movie isnít quite done with casting announcements, as it was just been revealed The Walking Deadís Lauren Cohan will play an important role.
The upcoming Tupac Shakur biopic All Eyez on Me has already raided the cast of The Walking Dead once, but now they've borrowed another badass cast member to help tell the iconic rapper's story.
We're nearing the holidays, which means a ton of big box sets have been appearing at various retailers over the last several weeks. It's a trend that will continue in December, as The Walking Dead fans and more will see a few really cool sets hit shelves.
Odds are, many of you were already planning to watch The Walking Dead, but just in case you weren't, War For the Planet of the Apes has a big reveal planned for this Sunday.
Just before Fall TV premieres, we often get a bunch of DVD and Blu-ray releases for TV dramas and comedies. As such, itís not surprising that there are a ton of TV releases coming out this month.
As filming continues on Captain America: Civil War, Iím guessing weíll learn the identity of the actor hired to play Spider-Man before this month is out. Itís too big of a secret to keep under wraps, so stay tuned.
The Walking Dead is certainly one of the more popular shows currently showing on cable, having built a huge fanbase since its debut on AMC back in 2010. But could that success be transferred to the big screen? If it were up to series star Andrew Lincoln, he would jump at the opportunity in a heartbeat.
While Warner Bros. has next yearís Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice on tap for a March release, rival Marvel already is in its second Phase, and has laid out massive plans for a third Phase of movies. So when DC did the same, a few of us shook our headsÖ and one powerful Hollywood creator recently spoke out to voice when several had been feeling in private.
Itís kind of weird that there havenít been an assembly line of Walking Dead spoofs out there, but this trailer for The Walking Deceased makes me so grateful that there arenít.†Still, it made me laugh.
Ghostbusters is a horror-comedy franchise that is certainly better known for its comedy than its horror - but there has been a good amount of suggestion hinting that the scales may tip a bit in the opposite direction with the upcoming reboot.
It looks like Lauren Cohan could be taking a much-needed respite from the world of shamblings, sickness and psychopaths on The Walking Dead to tangle with creepy demonic dolls. The actress has recently signed on to star in an upcoming horror thriller film called The Boy.
Many TV watchers claimed the last decade plus of television was a golden age of programming, but it may have been a golden age of characters and their must-watch transformative arcs. Actors like Cranston, or the late†James Gandolfini, never became transcendent out of their signature roles.
Creator of the often stellar comic that inspired AMCís The Walking Dead, Robert Kirkman extends his creative reach into cinema, as heíll produce the upcoming thriller Air for Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions.
Baz Luhrmannís The Great Gatsby doesnít pop onscreen, it roars to life in an explosion of color, sound, and lively dialogue. In the latest, he was helped by F. Scott Fitzgerald, who wrote the beloved novel the movie is based on. The rest is all characteristically Luhrmann: loud, vibrant, and opulent.
The commercial sets up the basic plot. Mia (Jane Levy) is brought to a remote cabin in the woods to detox from her drug addictions. When one of her friends opens up a harmful book of the dead, the campers take turns being possessed by an evil spirit who likes to shed gallons and gallons of blood in various, vicious scenes.
AMC"s The Walking Dead remains one of the most popular geek-friendly properties out there, whether on TV or at the movies-- just witness the massive lines for the show's yearly Comic Con panels for proof. So with the show going strong on the small screen, and a huge comic book background to draw on
For people that haven't been to Comic Con but know it's the place where movie and TV news breaks, the Con probably feels like a hotel full of ballrooms with a bunch of sweaty nerds and journalists, fresh off a 5 hour line. And that Con certainly exists. BUT - Comic Con is primarily a place where products like films, television shows and comic books can directly interact with their audience...
Sarah Wayne Callies has plenty of experience playing characters in life-or-death situations. Not only is she currently playing the role of Lori in AMC's zombie-themed horror/drama The Walking Dead, but she played the female lead in Fox's action/drama Prison Break. Her experience in both shows may serve her well in the feature role she's been cast.
It's hard to know how serious Romero is about the adaptation-- most of the interview is spent talking about where zombie movies stand today, what a "roomer zombie" mens and how excited he is about video games. It's clear that he's not itching to go into production on Zombie Autopsies soon