Andrew Lincoln has hinted that an epic war will end The Walking Dead‘s third season.
The Walking Dead‘s third season has seen Lincoln’s character Rick experience haunting hallucinations of his dead wife Lori (Sarah Callies).
Discussing the AMC show with MTV News, Lincoln suggested that Rick may be permanently traumatised by the loss of his wife.”I don’t know if he’ll ever be the man he was, and that’s one of the great joys of playing this part,” the actor said. “He does keep changing and building up in other areas of his psyche, but he’s deteriorating in others. I do think he’s one of these animals who is galvanised by action.”Lincoln continued: “I think if Rick had been alone, he might not have been this tenacious survivor. But he has this family now, this incredibly tight family. In spite of losing his wife, he has this incredibly loyal unit he calls his family.
That’s his driving force. And certainly his son is pulling him very much back into reality. “In the last episodes before we finish this season, you see a man coming out of the darkness and hopefully returning. I don’t think he can return the complete man that he was, but he realises the enormous responsibility on his shoulders. He has to step up.”
The actor went on to describe The Walking Dead‘s final season three episodes as “epic”.”I won’t be amiss in saying that not everybody gets out alive,” he hinted. “Of course – we are The Walking Dead, after all! And it’s season three.”The Walking Dead continues in the US on Sundays on AMC. The series airs in the UK on Fridays on FOX.
Source: Digital Spy.