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23rd
2017

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February
29th
2016

I have added HD screencaps from episode 11. behind the scenes images and stills from episodes 11 and 12.


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February
22nd
2016

I have added some new stills from episodes 10 and 11.

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February
22nd
2016

I have added HD screencaps from episode 10.

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February
15th
2016

I have added 2 new shoots and stills from episodes 9 and 10 of The Walking Dead to the gallery.

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February
15th
2016

I have added HD screencaps from the mid season premiere, what did everyone think?

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February
14th
2016

I have added scans from the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly.

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February
13th
2016

The upcoming season 6 finale of “The Walking Dead” is too dark that actor Andrew Lincoln felt “sick” after reading the script for the episode.

“I felt sick to my stomach when I read the script,” Lincoln, who plays Rick Grimes on the hit AMC series, revealed to Entertainment Weekly. “It was the first day in the whole six years of working on ‘The Walking Dead’ that I was late for work because I woke up in the middle of the night and I couldn’t get back to sleep. I was so angry and frustrated and I felt sick. And that was just after reading it.”

Apparently, Lincoln wasn’t the only one who felt that way. “Andy talks about being late to work; I didn’t want to go to work that day,” Lauren Cohan told the news outlet. “It took a really, really long time for everybody to feel okay again after the finale, let’s put it that way.”

The actress, who portrays Maggie Greene on the zombie drama, added: “[Hearing] the word ‘finale’ gives me a physical reaction because it’s the hardest day on set that I’ve ever had in my life. I never even imagined that as an actor you could have that experience. It’s one of the most raw experiences that I think any of us have ever had.”

Lincoln and Cohan’s co-star Ross Marquand also talked about the finale script in an interview with ComicBook.com last November.

“I was just talking to Andy about [the finale] the other day and I looked at him because I hadn’t seen him since I read it and I said, ‘What’d ya think?'” Marquand said at the time. “We both literally just threw our hands up in the air and we were like, ‘This is the craziest thing ever, right?'”

“I think it’s probably the most rot, like emotionally rot, and dark episode I’ve ever read, regardless of this show or not,” added the actor who plays Aaron on the series. “I’ve never seen or read an episode that is so dark and so compelling in my life and that’s the God’s honest truth.”

In fact, the Marquand said that the script is too twisted that he had to stop reading several times.

“I told Andy, I don’t normally get so affected by scripts that I have to put them down, but I had to stop reading this at three different times,” he revealed. “I couldn’t read it, it was messing me up. It was tough to read. It’s phenomenal writing but it’s just so emotionally dark and twisted that we had to put it down several times.”

While Lincoln, Cohan and Marquand didn’t specify what exactly makes the finale emotionally dark, the impending introduction of the comic book villain Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) may have something to do with it.

“The Walking Dead” midseason premiere, titled “No Way Out,” airs on Sunday, Feb. 14, at 9 p.m. on AMC. Check out the synopsis and trailer for season 6, episode 9 below:

“While trying to escape Alexandria, Rick and his group meet trouble when sudden noise draws walkers towards them with what could be fatal consequences.”

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February
12th
2016

You know the scene we’re talking about. Mark appears on his best friend’s wife’s doorstep pretending to be carol singers and, using a series of handwritten cards, tells her exactly how he feels about her. You know, just because it’s Christmas.

It could be one of the most romantic moments ever…

Or it could be really creepy. We’ve never quite been able to make our minds up, but the thought has played on our minds over the last 13 years.

Finally, Andrew Lincoln, who played Juliet’s admirer Mark, has put those concerns into words.

“He is a stalker,” he admitted with a laugh to The Wrap.

“That was my question to Richard Curtis, ‘Do you not think we’re sort of borderline stalker territory here?’ And he said, ‘No, no. Not with you playing it, darling. You’ll be alright.'”

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February
10th
2016

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February
5th
2016

The hit zombie apocalyptic series “The Walking Dead” will be returning to the small screen in a few weeks, however, the series’ showrunner and cast have a lot to say about the upcoming midseason premiere and the highly anticipated appearance of the big bag villain, Negan.

The last viewers saw beloved “The Walking Dead” characters, Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and his gang were split apart. Some of them were trying to survive the zombie herd and a few were held at gunpoint by Negan’s Saviors. It was a suspenseful ride so far, although, showrunner Greg Nicotero shared in a video interview recently released by AMC, that things are about to change in the second half of “The Walking Dead” season 6, Cinema Blend reported.

Nicotero stated that the show has arrived at a “tremendously exciting juncture” and that “The Walking Dead” will “take a dramatic turn” in the coming season. Previous seasons have shown Rick and his family battle zombies and other threats, however, the outside world they live in was only shown in bits and pieces. The second half of “The Walking Dead” will feature an expanded world where beloved characters will encounter bigger problems. This time around, the show will be slightly different and will dwell on more “menacing, psychological” danger to characters, Cinema Blend stated.

One of those menacing threats would be the villain Negan, to be played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan. In an interview with TV Insider, Lincoln described Negan as a “horrific” character who is an “incredible tyrant.” He also labeled Morgan’s character as a “sociopath” who can be “charismatic” and “funny” yet “brutal” as well.

When asked about the upcoming midseason 6 premiere of “The Walking Dead,” Lincoln teased that it will be “radically different” from previous episodes of the AMC show. He explained that episode 9 of “The Walking Dead” season 6 represents a “radical shift in a lot of things.” Lincoln also hinted that the upcoming new episodes will show a “crazy race to a new world order” for beloved characters.

Fans would have to watch the upcoming new season to find out just how radical and crazy “The Walking Dead’s” new world will be.

The second half of “The Walking Dead” season 6 returns on February 14 on AMC.

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February
4th
2016

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