Subscribe To Topics You're Interested In
I've already subscribed
Walking Dead actress Lauren Cohan seems to have conquered fear in the fictional spheres of showbiz. As she learned on a recent trip to The Ellen DeGeneres Show, however, sheís not quite so fearless when it comes to real life.
One aspect of The Walking Dead that has been quite literally building up for some of the characters since their very first appearances is the filth and grime in which they are covered. Actress Lauren Cohan has some surprising thoughts on the grossness.
One beacon of hope on The Walking Dead has been baby Judith, and the first half of Season 6 revealed that Judith may not be the only baby for much longer due to Maggieís pregnancy. There are an awful lot of ways that The Walking Dead could play the pregnancy, and actress Lauren Cohan has some ideas of how she'd like it to go.
Robert Kirkman has been rather chatty lately regarding the second half of Season 6. While fans have been waiting on bated breath for Negan to make his first appearance, Kirkman recently opened up about another badass comic character who is joining the fold: Jesus.
Netflix is a Marvel adaptation machine. After the wild success of Daredevil, Netflix revealed their intention to produce four separate shows set in the MCU, before forming The Defenders. Well, it turns out that Netflix is adding a fifth series to the Marvel lineup, and it seems pretty epic.
While youíre waiting on Season 6 to kick back into gear, youíre probably thinking about how your closet is severely lacking an armful of Walking Dead T-shirts. Itís something that a lot of the population suffers from, so donít worry that itís a problem you canít talk about publicly.
The midseason break for The Walking Dead is crawling by like a walker with no legs. The arrival of Negan has made the anticipated debut of one of the comicís biggest villains almost painful. Robert Kirkman recently opened up about how Negan will affect the world of TWD.
Fans were both super excited and super pissed when The Walking Dead ended its Season 6 midseason finale just as the intensity was hitting a fever pitch. So what's going to happen when the premiere kicks off next month?
When The Walking Dead returns next month, itís going to get a whole lot worse for Rick & Co. before it ever gets better. And it looks like part of that misery will include one Deanna Morgan, last seen getting swarmed by zombies in the midseason finale.
Rick & Co. were introduced to Alexandria for a small dose of pre-apocalypse living, but things are about to go very wrong there, and it looks like a new location is coming soon.
The Walking Dead is clearly AMCís biggest property and in its sixth season, the show is currently still going strong. In fact, the cabler even launched a spinoff to its hit series Fear The Walking Dead, which has also done pretty good ratings for the network, especially compared to its other fodder.
One of the biggest TV battles in recent years took place between Frank Darabont and AMC over the filmmakerís short tenure as showrunner on The Walking Dead, and unsealed court papers reveal the reason why he was terminated.
Fans of The Walking Dead have already been waiting months for the highly anticipated arrival of comic book villain Negan. However, Walking Dead showrunner Scott Gimple has recently opened about the true danger in the show moving forward.
When The Walking Dead returns to AMC for the second half of Season 6, several new characters will be joining the post-apocalyptic drama. And now we know who one of those characters will be, and who will be playing him.
Hot damn! Itís been just over a month since we bid a fond and gut-coated farewell to the survivors of The Walking Dead, and AMC is already allowing us to briefly welcome them back with this midseason premiere trailer.