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The Walking Dead Co-Creator Frank Darabont's AMC Lawsuit Has Been Settled, And It's One Hell Of A Payday

Frank Darabont is getting quite a payday in the aftermath of his Walking Dead lawsuit against AMC!

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The Walking Dead Star Who Actually Requested To Be Killed Off

Actors are dying to get roles in The Walking Dead, but one original cast member actually asked to be killed off.

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Frank Darabont Is Going After AMC With Another Giant Walking Dead Lawsuit

The legal drama thickens between Frank Darabont and AMC.

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The Mist Ending: What Happened, And How It Differs From The Book

It's been a little over 10 years since The Mist dropped that huge ending on us, and now it's time to unpack it all once again. Read on to see our dissection of what happened and why, as well as how the book said things happened.

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How One Walking Dead Director Feels About Getting Slammed In Frank Darabont's NSFW Email Rants

Frank Darabont's inflammatory Walking Dead emails were recently released, and one episode director has spoken up about being personally called out.

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Read The NSFW Emails The Walking Dead Creator Sent Right Before He Was Fired

Some NSFW e-mails that Frank Darabont sent to Walking Dead producers Gale Ann Hurd and others have become public. And they're seriously savage.

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The Big Change AMC Is Making Because Of Frank Darabont's Walking Dead Lawsuit

The lawsuit between Frank Darabont and AMC over The Walking Dead got a little more serious today.

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How Much Money Frank Darabont Thinks He's Owed For The Walking Dead

The Walking Dead has been a huge hit for AMC, but original showrunner Frank Darabont hasn't reaped any of the financial benefits of the show's success. Now, his lawsuit against the network has revealed just how much he thinks he's owed.

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Why The Shawshank Redemption Failed At The Box Office, According To Frank Darabont

Filmmaker Frank Darabont recently opened up regarding why he thinks The Shawshank Redemption's financial performance doesn't even come close to matching its legacy. Get the details.

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How Andrew Lincoln Feels About Frank Darabont Getting Fired From The Walking Dead

Frank Darabont's departure sparked a major change for the tone and direction of The Walking Dead, and left a lasting impact on the members of the cast.

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Why Frank Darabont Was Actually Fired From The Walking Dead

One of the biggest TV battles in recent years took place between Frank Darabont and AMC over the filmmaker’s short tenure as showrunner on The Walking Dead, and unsealed court papers reveal the reason why he was terminated.

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Stephen King's It Would Be Saved By These 5 Directors

While losing a prime director in Cary Fukunaga, the big screen adaptation of It has gained a great opportunity to scoop up a new helmer. Read on to see who's made our It list, and why they fit the bill.

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10 A-List Directors And The Projects They Never Got Funding For

Filmmakers nowadays are finding that it’s pretty hard to get their dream-films off the ground. But it’s always been this way for directors. Even some of the greatest men to ever set foot behind the camera have struggled to find funding for their passion movies, and this includes the likes of Alfred Hitchcock, Stanley Kubrick, Charlie Chaplin, both of whom wanted to make biopics on Napoleon Bonaparte, Orson Welles, and, ahem, Mel Gibson.

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 The Reason We'll Probably Never Hear The Walking Dead's Daryl Dixon Say He's Gay

When a TV show is filled with as much surprising death and mayhem as AMC’s The Walking Dead, you'd think the conversational spotlight would remain focused on its main characters' survival, not necessarily who they’re attracted to. Yet when it comes to Norman Reedus’ Daryl Dixon, cable’s most crossbow-ready warrior, a growing section of the series’ audience are curious about whether or not he’s gay.

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10 Perfect Moments From The Shawshank Redemption

The Shawshank Redemption was a dud upon its theatrical release in 1994, yet somehow it made a lasting impression and became the classic that it is today. In its honor, here's ten of the most perfect moments that make up this most perfect movie.

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Snow White And The Huntsman 2 Looking To Cut Out Kristen Stewart, Frank Darabont May Direct

Back in 2012, the fairy tale epic Snow White and the Huntsman turned out to be a pretty mixed bag. Made for a high $170 million, the film was able to make nearly $400 million at the global box office, but it also suffered the wrath of many critics and had to deal with a behind the scenes controversy regarding star Kristen Stewart having an affair with director Rupert Sanders.

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Chris Hemsworth Shooting Snow White And The Huntsman 2 After Avengers: Age Of Ultron

Chris Hemsworth, you sexy beast you. With Chris Evans thinking retirement, Mark Ruffalo and Jeremy Renner working in indies and Scarlett Johansson taking on several supporting roles, Hemsworth is the only Avenger actively trying to reach the level of Iron Man A-Lister Robert Downey Jr. The question is, are franchise commitments going to help or hurt Chris Hemsworth?

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Mob City Will Not Return To TNT For A Second Season

Looks like this gangster is going to swim with the fishes. After running for three weeks, Frank Darabont’s mid-season series turned limited event series Mob City has not gotten the green light for a second season. TNT cancelled the 1940s gangster drama from the former The Walking Dead showrunner on Monday. This is the third consecutive drama series that the network has cancelled after a single season.

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The Walking Dead Creator Frank Darabont Sues AMC Over Profits

Zombies might not use money, but they sure make a lot of profits — which is probably why AMC is getting sued. The Walking Dead series creator and former executive producer Frank Darabont and his agency CAA have picked a fight with the network, alleging they’re owed quite a few pennies. And not just for wrongful termination (although the suit has that going on, as well), but also for what Darabont and the CAA believe are shady, self-dealing license fees in order to shirk payment to its profit participants.

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Frank Darabont's Mob City Showcases Sex And Violence In New Posters

Since his departure from The Walking Dead, fans of Frank Darabont have been waiting for his next project. For a while, we've known that project would be Mob City -- formerly known as L.A. Noir -- a drama he's been developing for TNT. While we still have months to go before the series debuts, we're starting to see some finished promotional material for the drama. That includes two dark and glamorous new posters that seem to go out of their way to sell sex and violence individually.

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