NEW ‘The Walking Dead’ Prey/Pray For The Dead Promo (VIDEO): Andrew Lincoln TWD Preview SPOILERS #thewalkingdead

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The Walking Dead Season 4 promo VIDEO Prey For The Dead/ Pray For The Dead (Cr: AMC)

Prey/Pray For The Dead: The Walking Dead VIDEO
The carnage continues with the season premiere of The Walking Dead, Sun. Oct 13th at 9/8c

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Oh, that is creepy as hell! Maybe creepier! So, the first episode in season 4 of The Walking Dead is called “Thirty Days Without An Accident.” Does this scene then indicate day 31?

What a way to end a “living” streak!

Hershel does exclaim in a previous promo that they lost in an attack 12 “of our own” members of the prison group, which now includes an additional roughly 50 ex-Woodbury residents. If none of  “the originals” died in this attack then the ex-Woodburians, by the conclusion of episode 4.01, would then number about 38, bringing the prison group bunch down to about 50 in total. Guessing that is a good starting point. Most of them will be nameless, if not faceless. Many or most will be redshirts. I’m guessing not only because of Andrew Lincoln‘s ominous remarks (below) about the ‘painful’ midseason finale (the season is split in half–with  the first in the fall and the second in the spring of next year) that some originals or almost originals (Hershel, Maggie, Beth) are going to die, too.

Though I like him muchly, Hershel (Scott Wilson) was long dead by this time in the comic books. I’m worried too that Lauren Cohan’s character Maggie Greene, is dying because she keeps tweeting from places NOT in Georgia and it is my understanding that The Walking Dead is currently filming in Georgia. She seems to have a lot of time on her hands on weekdays, when I’d think she’d be filming. That would be a huge departure from the comics to kill off Mags this early. Gah. Enough speculating. Thank goodness it is game on, beginning Sunday night!

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The Walking Dead Season 4 – Norman Reedus as Daryl Dixon (Cr: AMC)

 

The Walking Dead‘s much-anticipated fourth season bows this Sunday (9/8c, AMC), but you should… start worrying about the episode slated to air on Dec. 1.

According to leading man Andrew Lincoln (Rick), that particular episode — the midseason finale… will be a grueling experience…equal to some of the most emotionally wrenching/terrifying/gripping TWD dead offerings….
TVLINE | Rick seems to be in a much better place in premiere? I can’t imagine that lasts…
Lincoln: Rest assured, it really doesn’t last much longer than the first episode…We’re very good at smashing things and breaking things and everything falling apart very, very quickly. That is, in fact, what happens…The writers do a beautiful job at creating the beginnings of civilization and the potential for these people. You do feel they’re beginning this civilization – and it’s working. Rick has put all of his energy into growing things.
…[Laughs] We even have some little piggies… You wait until Episode 2. It’s crazy.

TVLINE | Have you had to shoot any scenes that rival Rick’s breakdown over Lori’s death?

Lincoln:   There’s been one scene that was pretty painful to do — it’s always the midseason finale! …
TVLINE | Let’s talk about Carl and Rick’s relationship this season…
Lincoln:   Most of the story arc for Rick is driven by children, by Carl and Judith… in spite of the new setup and regimen. It’s the central thrust of this season: the boy becoming a man and the father accepting it…
TVLINE | (It has been said) that the scariest stuff this year comes…from group members… for the greater good. Agree?
Lincoln:   …We look out for each other. But the problem is, when a threat appears, what are you willing to do in order to prevent it? One of the characters certainly does something that I think is playing God. He or she plays God, for all intents and purposes…

 SOURCE: 

Ominous Walking Dead Spoiler: Andrew Lincoln Warns of ‘Painful’ Midseason Finale

 



(Exclusive by Michael Ausiello):

 

The Walking Dead has tapped actor Michael Cudlitz (Southland) to join the Season 4 cast in the pivotal comic book role of Sgt. Abraham Ford, TVLine has learned exclusively.

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Michael Cudlitz as the new season 4 The Walking Dead character “Abraham” Credit: AMC

Introduced in The Walking Dead comic book Issue 53, Abraham — an Army man and sports coach before the outbreak — becomes… one of the group’s most essential defenders.

Cudlitz has been shooting on location in Georgia for weeks, but… his casting has remained under wraps — part of an elaborate effort  to preserve the announcement for today…

“I was laying low because [Abraham has] a very iconic look,” explains Cudlitz, who was approached by the AMC monster hit last spring.

“It would be very easy for somebody to put the pieces together if they saw me strolling around [near the show's set.] So I was staying very close to the hotel. And I didn’t hang out with any of the other cast members.”

 

 SOURCE: The Walking Dead Exclusive: Southland Stalwart Michael Cudlitz Lands Pivotal Comic Book Role; Plus – Crazy-Cool First Photo!

Weeelll. I don’t want to be too nit-picky but since this has already been reported: Christian Serratos has been cast as Rosita Espinosa in the Walking Dead season 4. It only follows that her boyfriend, Abraham, would be cast in season 4 too, right?

 

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Norman Reedus on the Future of ‘The Walking Dead’ – Robert Kirkman Spoils Season 4 (SPOILERS) #thewalkingdead

Along with new showrunner Scott M. Gimple, Robert Kirkman is at the center of The Walking Dead Season 4′s development and knows the plan for the upcoming season

Just days after the season three finale of “The Walking Dead” aired on AMC, shocking fans and inspiring vigorous commentary on blogs and message boards, actor Norman Reedus arrived at the premiere of Danny Boyle’s film “Trance” last night, looking like an urban version of his character, Daryl Dixon — with that distinctive long hair and an all-black ensemble. Reedus lives in New York’s Chinatown when he’s not filming “The Walking Dead” in the woods outside Atlanta, and stood on the penthouse floor of the “Trance” after-party at a private triplex on Greenwich St. Speakeasy ran into Reedus and his date, singer Debbie Harry, by one of the heat lamps, and enjoyed the view of New Jersey together. “It’s very clubby up here,” he said, before talking with us about “The Walking Dead” season finale, what we can expect in season four,(interview here, possible spoilage but not really but just in case, but anyways… ) normansoursarus  source

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Do you know what’s going to happen next?
NR: Our writers are very generous in that they bring you into the writers’ room and then they’re very clever at telling you absolutely nothing for about two hours.

“You’re in it you’re like, “yeah, yeah,” and you walk out and you’re like, “I have no fucking idea what we’re going to do.”…

Were you surprised that the Governor lives?

NR: No, because I don’t think he’s reached his full Governor-ism yet, you know? I mean, the comic book villain is like the most hated comic-book villain, above the Joker. The biggest one ever. So I think he’s going to get meaner.
In many ways it’s helpful for the show that there’s a villain that’s constant.

NR: It’s interesting because people that aren’t villains, may turn into villains, you know what I mean? Carl just shot a kid in the face. I think season four is going to be our best season, I really do. Our new showrunner – Glen [Mazzara] was amazing, and Frank [Darabont] was always amazing, but Scott [Gimple] is such a good writer. He’s got the whole thing plotted out already. I’m really excited to get going. We’ll start season four in May.’

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Norman Reedus “Premature Ejaculate’

 At last night’s Cinema Society screening of  the film Trance, we asked The Walking Dead’s Norman Reedus how he’d survive a zombie outbreak in Manhattan.

“I would go to the Trump Hotel, lock myself in the penthouse, and watch South Park,” he told us.

“Wait it out. Oh, and jerk off.”

The whole time? It might take a while.

“Not the way I do it! It’ll be over in fifteen seconds.” Note to the rest of The Walking Dead cast: That’s how you answer a zombie-apocalypse question for the one-millionth time.

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Along with new showrunner Scott M. Gimple, Robert Kirkman is at the center of The Walking Dead Season 4′s development and knows the plan for the upcoming season. There are definitely a lot of questions about where the show is headed after last Sunday’s Season 3 finale, and Kirkman discussed what we can look forward to in the fourth season during a recent interview.

As mentioned recently, David Morrissey is back as a series regular in the fourth season.

Here’s what Robert Kirkman told IGN about The Governor: (Note: to TWD comic book readers this is unsurprising as the Grimes gang spent a long time at the prison.)
“Yeah, he’s still very much in the mix… When we see him again and where we see him again, that’s the big question. It’s not going to be like it was in Season 3–…Rick and the Governor on a collision course with a conflict between them. He’ll be used in very different ways next season.”
We’ll see a different Carl and Rick in Season 4:
“Rick has had a success. The people at the prison have survived this conflict with the Governor, he brought people from Woodbury into the prison, and he’s kind of had this big win… But he’s had this tremendous loss in that Carl has lost this piece of his humanity. This has been Rick’s main mission throughout the show, to protect his family. We’ve seen two very big failures on that front this season.
Moving into next season, we’re going to see a very different Rick… this is a big change in the character of Carl, but it’s something that’s going to be weighing heavily on Rick next season.”
Although it seemed very likely, Robert Kirkman confirmed that the new season will take place at the prison once again:
“I’ll say that there are a lot of familiar elements that are remaining. Michonne is still around, Rick and his group are still in the prison, the Governor’s still out there… so there are a lot of things that are carrying over from Season 3 to Season 4, but…there are going to be some radical changes to those elements that are going to bring in a lot of new storytelling…”
The Walking Dead Season 4 Casting Update:

The AMC series is currently looking to cast a character named Roy Stark.

The casting call for the character describes Stark as ‘n his early 30s to mid-40s and a former army medic. “A bit of a loner, he’s deeply haunted by his past (both before and after the crisis),” the casting call reads. “He has a charming, self-deprecating-but-confident public face, despite how troubled he is.” And Stark won’t just be a character that the camera’s pan to every once in a while. The character is set to come on immediately as a series regular.

A couple other “Walking Dead” folks have also been moved up to series regulars for season 4. Tyrese (Chad Coleman), Sasha (Sonequa Martin-Green) , Beth (Emily Kinney) and the Governor (David Morissey) have all been promoted to season 4 series regulars.

“The Walking Dead” will return to AMC in October 2013.

The Walking Dead Season 3 Finale This Sunday! ‘Welcome To The Tombs’ Sneak Peeks – Promo VIDEO #thewalkingdead

Who Dies in the Season 3 Finale of The Walking Dead!

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The Governor (David Morrissey) (Cr: AMCtv)

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It’s almost as hard to believe that we are facing the end of another season of The Walking Dead as was the conclusion of last week’s episode wherein Merle (Michael Rooker) has a change of heart about delivering Michonne (Danai Gurira) to the Governor (David Morrissey) to ‘play’ with. Merle instead went on a suicide mission with the intent of killing the Governor thereby protecting his little brother, Daryl (Norman Reedus). As you might recall, Merle did take out eight of the Governor’s men using both weapons and zombie helpers, whom he rather inventively recruited. Ultimately, the Governor got the best of Merle, killing him and leaving him to turn (see below).

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Michael Rooker as Merle Dixon in episode 315 of The Walking Dead,”This Sorrowful Life.’ (Cr: AMC tv)

With the final episode of Season 3 The Walking Dead almost upon us, questions remain about who will next die. We’ve already been warned that there will be a high body count, not unusual for the show, but the questions that seem most important to viewers is WHO WILL DIE?

For starters, it seems very likely that the Governor’s surviving Woodbury-ians will certainly die in large numbers. Many of them have been seen but barely heard, rendering them little more than redshirts–but will Tyreese (Chad Coleman) and his sister Sasha (Sonequa Martin-Green) make it? Hard to say, but I’m going to guess Tyreese lives, Sasha dies.

Regarding Rick’s group, sad to say, it seems that among the most painful and plausible losses would be Hershel (Scott Wilson). Now that Rick is regaining his senses, losing the voice of reason seems like something The Walking Dead showrunners would do to maximize our pain. Since Hershel, during his prayers with both daughters (to paraphrase) declared he would do anything for them, my guess is that in an attempt to save one of them, he is killed. If it is Beth (Emily Kinney), both he and she may succumb. If Maggie (Lauren Cohan), then Maggie at least, will survive. In addition to the prayer foreshadowing was his blessing of Glenn’s (Steven Yeun) desire to marry Maggie and Glenn’s statement to Hershel that he ‘finally understood’ the meaning of the pocket-watch that Hershel gave him back on the farm.

Finally, will the Guv survive? I’m going with ‘yes’ because he has not created enough havoc yet. He may very well scurry off with a surviving Martinez, perhaps to take time to put together another harder, meaner version of Woodbury and may come after Rick’s group at some point in season 4.

Note that these are all guesses based on watching the show and integrating little bits from the comics; none of what I’ve written are in any way spoilers. Not this week, anyway.

The Walking Dead 3.16 Sneak Peek #2 “Welcome to the Tombs” (HD) Season Finale VIDEO

The Walking Dead 3×16 “Welcome to the Tombs” (Season Finale) – The Governor and his army begin their attack on the prison in this second sneak peek clip from The Walking Dead Season 3 finale.

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Carl reminisces about life before the apocalypse in this sneak peek of Episode 316.

Season 3 Finale Next on Episode 16: Welcome to the Tombs Details:
Rick and the group have to seriously consider if the prison is worth defending as the Governor’s impending attack looms over their heads.

The Walking Dead 3.16 Promo “Welcome to the Tombs” Season Finale VIDEO

 

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