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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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Let’s get this straight: Now all it takes to be a zombie is death itself? You can become one by dying in a car crash, keeling over from a heart attack or choking on a hot dog? “Exactly!” says Kirkman, who isn’t taking this nearly as badly as we are. “Some sort of event took place – we may never know what it was – that led to the virus being transferred, and it is now lying in wait within everybody. Even though all our characters are doomed, the point of The Walking Deadis that they still have each other. They have their everyday lives to live, and that’s what they’ll be concerned with as we move forward.”
Rick has known this secret since the Season 1 finale. Why did he keep it to himself? “Until Shane and Randall suddenly popped up as zombies, Rick had no confirmation it was true,” explains Kirkman. But Andrew Lincoln, who plays the steely cop, sees it differently. “Rick was pushed to reveal what he knew out of shame,” says the actor. “After manslaughtering Shane, he can’t even look at his wife, Lori [Sarah Wayne Callies]. He can’t look at anyone. He’s cornered and his only way out is to throw in the information he’s withheld.” Where does this leave Rick and Lori? She’s furious with him for killing Shane! “They’ve overcome a lot, including Lori’s infidelity, but this is a profound rift, a huge wedge,” Lincoln says. “I don’t know how they will ever get past this.”
Andrea was pretty much abandoned by her peeps during the zombie attack. Can she get over that? Or is she Miss Pissed? Laurie Holden, who plays Andrea, sees it two ways. “When I watched the finale, I was like, ‘That was so not cool to do to my character!’ But I think Andrea knows it was a matter of survival and believes they’ll organize a search party and find her,” she says. “Little does she know they had a whole conversation about it and Rick vetoed it, so they won’t be going after her.” Andrea is now the only one in the group who doesn’t know about the virus. But here’s what’ll really tick her off. “She’s also the only one who doesn’t know Rick has killed [her lover] Shane,” Holden says. “When she finds out, it will not go down well for Rick.” Or will it? In one of the most recent comic books, Rick and Andrea are kissing!
The second-season finale of “The Walking Dead” drew a record 9 million viewers Sunday night and still has fans buzzing on Twitter and other media sites.
Some fans are upset with Lori’s (Sarah Wayne Callies) perceived slight after Rick (Andrew Lincoln) revealed how Shane (Jon Bernthal) died. Others want to know the identity of the mystery woman in the woods who saved the life of Andrea (Laurie Holden). And then there was Rick’s controversial speech to the group about it no longer being a “democracy.”
“‘I didn’t ask for this!’ Rick keeps saying that,” tweeted fan Emily I. “What did he ask for? A stupid, horrible wife and a kid that always gets lost?”
Actor Irone Singleton, who plays T-Dog, said there are no rules when it comes to the survivors on “The Walking Dead,” and sometimes that means not liking the characters or their actions.
The star of AMC’s powerhouse zombie apocalypse series, “The Walking Dead” — which ends its second season tomorrow night — has been able to keep a bombshell under his sheriff’s hat for nearly a year-and-a-half.
“My parents called me after the [Season 1] finale and asked me what Dr. Edwin Jenner [Noah Emmerich] whispered into my ear before he died as the CDC headquarters blew up,” says Lincoln, who plays the survivors’ leader, Rick Grimes.
“When I didn’t tell them they got pretty upset with me,” he says, laughing. “I didn’t even tell my wife [Gael Anderson].”
Grimes’ deer-in-the-headlights reaction to Jenner’s message raised the hackles of viewers, who promptly bombarded Twitter and spoiler Web sites — and even pored over the show’s comic-book progenitor — looking for answers. Nothing but educated guesses and rumors surfaced — until last week’s episode, when Grimes was forced to stab Shane (Jon Bernthal) in the heart, killing him instantly. Before Grimes had a chance to catch his breath, Shane was already on his feet in flesh-eating zombie mode.
“We’re proud of this finale, we’ve been building to it all season, and we can’t wait for you to see it,” he told Entertainment Weekly.
“There’s more bloodshed coming. They thought they were safe on this farm, they were wrong. We’re on a killing spree here.”
On what to expect in the finale, he said: “There are answers about the nature of the virus in the finale. I will guarantee people will watch this finale and want to know what comes next. People will have a lot of questions, but in a good way.”
Speaking about some fans urging for the death of Lori (Sarah Wayne Callies), he added: “If it’s earned and character-based and propels the story forward, nothing is over the line for us. No-one is safe on this show.”
Q: Was the scene when Rick had to kill Sophia a difficult one to shoot?
A: I was talking about this the other day thinking, my goodness who’d have thought I’d build a career as a child killer in a huge internationally acclaimed show? What does that say about the state of things! Look, as an actor I was even going, “Please let her be alive.” It’s a gut-wrenching moment. Conversely, it’s a brilliant beginning to the second half of the season, which is a much darker and more dangerous exploration of these characters.
Q: Very important question next: What’s your preferred method of killing walkers?
A: I’m convinced that most of the time in the writers room is spent going, “Ok, what’s the next one going to be like? How can we shock people, the best?” Ax in the head always works, and the baseball bat was funny too. But I love my cannon. We were doing a sequence where I had to jump on an RV and I borrowed Shane’s glock and it kept jamming, but the Colt Python is like a Rolex: It will never fail you. It makes a real satisfying click as well. It’s become part of my body. I had to wrestle with the props department when they took it back the last time. They said, “You will be arrested trying to bring that through customs!”
Q: You used a rock earlier this season too…
A: Yes that’s kind of getting back to an older style. Very retro — almost Neanderthal. I mean whatever comes to hand, Rick is an incredibly practical-minded leader.