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The Walking Dead
2013 • Filming season 4 • Role: Rick Grimes
Waking up in an empty hospital after weeks in a coma, County Sheriff Rick Grimes finds himself utterly alone. The world as he knows it is gone, ravaged by a zombie epidemic. The Walking Dead tells the story of the weeks and months that follow after the apocalypse. Based on Robert Kirkman's hugely successful and popular comic book series, AMC's The Walking Dead is an epic, edge-of-your-seat drama where personal struggles are magnified against a backdrop of moment-to-moment survival. A survivalist story at its core, the series explores how the living are changed by the overwhelming realization that those who survive can be far more dangerous than the mindless walkers roaming the earth. They themselves have become the walking dead
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|Star Praise For Erlestoke Prison Project|
TV star Andrew Lincoln praised the work of Barnardo’s visitor centre at HMP Erlestoke, near Westbury, in a recent visit as the charity’s ambassador.
The visitor centre aims to reduce the impact of the ‘hidden sentence’ suffered by children when their father is imprisoned.
It also aims to improve the rehabilitation of offenders by maintaining links with their families.
Mr Lincoln, who stars in zombie series The Walking Dead, said: “This project benefits society as well as offenders, because they are far less likely to reoffend if they’re released to a family who still love them.”
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|‘The Walking Dead’ Season 4 Spoilers: Andrew, Cast Talk New Season|
Even though there is not a single clip of footage that is available out there at the moment for “The Walking Dead” season 4, that is not stopping any of the cast or crew at the moment from speaking out about just some of what we could be presumably seeing in the episodes ahead.
In the video (which you can see below), the likes of Andrea Lincoln, Lauren Cohan, Norman Reedus, and many more all share a few thoughts on how the upcoming storyline is going to find a way to build over what we have seen thus far, and present a story that is bigger and even more exciting. Want a few specifics? Well, we will do our best to oblige.
1. There will be more of a community feel, as the show is interested now in exploring all of the other survivors that could be out there.
2. The Governor is alive, and despite losing to Rick during this past battle, he is surely not going to be in a position where he gives up at all.
3. Rick will still be dealing with the ramifications of what Carl did at the end of season 3. Is he turning into an adult version of The Governor, or of someone who wants to fight for good? This is a question definitely worthy exploring.
4. Will Glenn and Maggie continue to be a beacon of hope through a difficult time, or will they become eventually swallowed up in the same coat of grief and despair as everyone else?
What do you think about this video? Be sure to share some of your thoughts below, and you can also read some more news when it comes to the “Walking Dead” ratings domination by heading over to the link here.
|Andrew Reveals Body Count For The Walking Dead Season Finale|
A bit of a spoiler here for the upcoming Season 3 finale of “The Walking Dead”: Andrew Lincoln revealed the body count for Sunday’s episode, and it sounds as if said tombs will be overflowing. Read on if you dare.
Lincoln tells Rolling Stone, “Twenty-seven people die. It’s safe to say it is all hands to pumps. It’s a crazy season finale.” Now yes, the majority of the fallen will undoubtedly be a good portion of Woodbury, but everyone is on the menu at all times. “The reality is nobody is safe,” says David Morrissey, who plays the evil Governor. “But that’s the ticket we bought.”
According to creator Robert Kirkman viewers should expect changes in Season 4. “We’re not going to slow things down, but if I had a criticism of Season 3, it would be that we didn’t focus on character development,” he says. “We’re going to try to step it up a notch in that department.“
Source: Dead Central.
|Walking Dead Scoop: Andrew Bobs And Weaves Ahead Of Season Finale!|
There are only two episodes left in this season of The Walking Dead! Only two more episodes for us to learn what will befall the beleaguered denizens of the prison! Only two more episodes for the Governor to execute his nefarious plans…and maybe Andrea, too!
So what can we expect? We tracked down Rick Grimes himself, Andrew Lincoln, to give us a tease.
What can you tell us about Sunday’s episode?
It’s an incredibly emotional episode. And heroic. There are two performances in it that, when I was watching actors do it, I just loved it. It was perfect. Like a lot of the writing this season, it goes in a way I never anticipated, and it’s very surprising. It’s a great episode. It felt like clockwork. Every scene earned its place and moved the story along like clockwork.
Does that leave any room for drama in the finale?
That episode doesn’t pull any punches. It’s pretty much what everyone has grown accustomed to in our season finale. It’s carnage, and there is death. Something happens that I find incredibly shocking that relates directly to my character and the prison family. It really came out of left field for me and I never expected it. When I read the script, I was really shocked.
Someone’s gonna die? Is it a series regular? Day player? Who dies? Who dies, Andy????
It’s safe to say there are deaths. I’m not gonna be the person who is quoted saying more than that! Leslie, if you were showrunner, and you wanted to finish strongly and shock people, what would you do?
Dig into the source material and come up with an ending that diverges from the comics.
We need you in the writers’ room, Leslie!
Don’t say that. I’ll be on the first plane to Georgia. Do not say that to me, man. So what else should fans know about the finale then? Is this a wrapping-things-up kind of finale or a cliffhanger finale?
I will say that there are satisfying things—storylines resolved—but also, it’s heartbreaking.
Source: E Online.