Plenty of actors who are typically associated with movies have flocked to TV of late, and Gone Girl actor Patrick Fugit is apparently no exception. The man has signed on with Cinemax to star in a pilot for the subscription cable channel that is based on a comic written by The Walking Dead’s Robert Kirkman.
Arguably the biggest question going into Season 5 of AMC's The Walking Dead is, “What’s the story with these Terminus people?” While popular guesswork identifies them as a group of blood-thirsty cannibals, Gimple still isn’t wholly giving into that notion. Is he playing coy, or have all the fans been duped here?
Now that AMC has moved The Walking Dead spinoff project to pilot, more information about the potential series has emerged, and that comes in the form of a list of principal characters and some descriptions, which fill in some of the sizable blanks about this project. There are five characters listed, but it's definitely worth noting that there are only three different last names among them.
Is it possible that The Walking Dead's Daryl Dixon might be gay? From what TWD comic-creator Robert Kirkman says on the matter, "It's been discussed." And it sounds like this is a topic that may be addressed in the show at some point.
Image Comics only released the first issue of Outcast a month ago today, but Cinemax first got involved back in November of last year, when they acquired the spec script. It’s Kirkman’s first pilot, and he’s the perfect person for the job.
What's ahead for The Walking Dead? Comic writer and series executive producer Robert Kirkman offered up some vague updates on the anticipated fifth season of the AMC zombie drama, including what we should expect from the Season premiere. Assuming you're caught up on Season 4, vague spoilers (nothing major) ahead! If you're not caught up on Season 4, prepare to be spoiled.
Based on the long-winded (but still immensely enjoyable) comic series from executive producer Robert Kirkman, The Walking Dead has a lot to work with as far as source material goes, and its producers and writers have long-term goals for where the TV series will take viewers. How long-term? Oh, at least 12 seasons is all.
Unlike with past seasons of The Walking Dead, which left off with much of its major conflict either resolved or shelved for the time being, Season 4 left off with a pretty major cliffhanger. One that left the fate of pretty much all of the characters hanging in the balance. (Season 4 spoilers ahead)!
Even though mum was most definitely the word when talking with the cast and producers of AMC’s The Walking Dead, a few details about the fourth season did make their way out during the Comic-Con interviews. Here’s what stars Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Steven Yeun, Lauren Cohan, David Morrissey, Chad Coleman and Scott Wilson (as well as creator Robert Kirkman and other executive producers) had to say about the new season.
Walking Dead executive producer Robert Kirkman is having a really busy season. In addition to his Walking Dead duties, he also has an AMC pilot in development called Thick as Thieves. Now, he’s signed on with Fox International Channels, Skybound, and Circle of Confusion for a show based on an exorcism.
Kirkman’s newest comic series Thief of Thieves was published on February 8 of this year and subsequently sold out. Because of this, AMC seems to have extreme confidence in the possibility of a thief-based series that will follow a fellow named Conrad Paulson, a former thief who decides he wants to live “straight and narrow” for the sake of his family.
Welcome back to another exciting episode of Wheel of Litigation! It simply wouldn't be Hollywood if somebody wasn't suing somebody else on a weekly basis. This week the contestants are Robert Kirkman -- creator of the apocalyptic zombie comic series The Walking Dead, and the AMC series based on it -- and his former partner, Michael Anthony Moore.
And now from the "Most Likely to Piss Off Loyal Fans" department: today Anchor Bay Entertainment has announced a new special edition of The Walking Dead: Season 1, which will include tons of new bonus features, including audio commentaries on all six episodes. Sounds great, right? Well, not if you're one of the folks (hi!) who already paid to buy the season one set last March, which includes a fraction of these features.
Everyone is pretty excited for the return of AMC's The Walking Dead. It's one of the few new series last season that really captured audiences and instantly converted them into mindless, uh, zombies, obediently tuning in each week to see what blood, guts, and gore-thirsty creatures Sheriff Rick Grimes and the rest of the survivors had to deal with, or decapitate and disembowel, this time.
There are some who would see a behind-the-scenes video as spoiling the magic of the show, shattering the illusion that the program works so hard to create. But me? I think the real magic is watching how they create that illusion, especially in a series like The Walking Dead where there is so much work going on to make us believe that this zombie apocalypse is really taking place.