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AMC released 2 new videos a few hours ago taking you into a inside look at the season four finale. In the first “Inside the Episode” video, the cast and crew take you behind the scenes of Terminus set. In the second “Making Of” video, Rick accepts a dark side of himself as he is pushed to make tougher decisions in the apocalypse, as said by AMC. You can check out both videos below. If you haven’t seen screen captures for the finale, you can check those out here. Enjoy!
Check out the promo for next weeks season four finale of “The
Walking Dead.” HD screen captures from last nights episode will be uploaded soon. Enjoy!
AMC posted a video on their official Youtube channel of the making of last nights all new episode. Go behind the scenes with Andrew Lincoln to see how Rick takes out an intruder. Check it out below:
Normally foreign promos for The Walking Dead share the best spoilers. But this one for the return of Season 4 in Japan doesn’t show a single piece of new footage. It’s still awesome, though, since it showcases two of the best things about the series: Norman Reedus (Daryl Dixon) and Andrew Lincoln (Rick Grimes).
The bromance buddies were in Tokyo last month, after visiting Singapore, and on February 3 Norman shared a tea ceremony photo from what must’ve been this promo shoot.
The video, labeled “Sound of Silence,” shows our boys in traditional Japanese attire as they drink their tea. Then they look at each other, Andy squints, and apparently they go off to be superheroes since they leave the room and the promo ends with the announcement that Season 4 is coming. Norman tweeted that it’s premiering March 2 on FOX Japan. It’s worth the wait, guys!
What’s better, getting a special promo like this featuring two of the main stars, or getting a promo that shares scenes from the upcoming season? Tell us which you prefer below!
In America, The Walking Dead Season 4 airs Sundays at 9 p.m. ET on AMC.
David Yates, director of the Harry Potter movies, has enlisted actors Bill Nighy, Clémence Poésy and The Walking Dead’s Andrew Lincoln for a short satirical video calling for a Europe-wide banking transaction tax.
Known as the Robin Hood tax, the film coincides with a meeting of European finance ministers this week to discuss the introduction of the tax, which could help ease poverty in developing countries to the tune of £20 billion.
The film is set in 2024, celebrating the ‘anniversary’ of a 2014 decision to introduce the financial transactions tax. Lincoln begins: “So, ten years from what some people refer to as the ‘miracle tax’ started…”
“We look back on it as a profoundly important moment,” Poésy says. “It’s been good for business and it’s brought billions for jobs in Europe.”
Nighy’s character, British banking CEO ‘John Bostock’, mocks the country for refusing to enact the tax like other European countries. “As you know, we didn’t do it in the UK…” he says bitterly “We haven’t seen any benefits in terms of money to fight extreme poverty…jobs…no…public services…no…climate change…oh leave it alone.”
The Book Thief’s Heike Makatsch and Bad Education’s Javier Camara also appear on the panel.
Yates described the Robin Hood tax as “a simple yet brilliant idea”. “We need to learn the lessons of the financial crisis and ensure that banks and hedge funds work in the interest of society, not the other way around,” he told The Mirror.
Nighy, who starred in Christmas rom-com Love Actually alongside Lincoln, notes that France, Germany and nine other European countries are about to introduce the “tiny tax that could do so much good”.
“It would be deeply regrettable if the rest of the world were caught on the wrong side of history,” he added. “Introducing the tax alone will not be enough, the billions it will raise need to be invested in tackling poverty at home and abroad and fighting climate change.”
Source – Independent
Check out a sneak peek for next week’s all new episode of “The Walking Dead,” which airs on Sunday, February 23rd, 2014. It’s a short 1-minute clip, but it’s worth the watch. Enjoy!
Check out the promo for next week’s all new episode of “The Walking Dead,” which airs Sunday, February 23rd, 2014 on AMC. FYI: For those who haven’t seen tonight’s episode (Episode 10), Andrew was not featured. So no new screen captures will be up.
AMC just released a new promo for the February 9th return of “The Walking Dead,” titled ‘Not Afraid.’ You can catch the promo below and be sure to mark your calendars for the mid-season return. Enjoy!
AMC has just released the mid-season 4 promo for “The Walking Dead.” You can check it out below. “The
Walking Dead” returns Sunday, February 9 at 9/8c on AMC. Enjoy!
As one of the stars of AMC’s The Walking Dead, Norman Reedus is used to dealing with zombies on set. But he wasn’t prepared to come face-to-face with one of them in real life — which he did when costar Andrew Lincoln and viral Vine prankster Nick Santonastasso pulled off a hilarious (and carefully orchestrated) zombie stunt during one of the hit show’s promo stops in Tokyo.
Santonastasso, 17, is a Walking Dead superfan who was born with a rare condition called Hanhart syndrome and has one arm and no legs. He’s recently become something of a social media sensation thanks to his “zombie prank” Vines, which involve him painting himself in zombie makeup and then scaring unsuspecting strangers in public.
As part of Fox International’s new social media campaign “#getFOXed,” New Jersey native Santonastasso was flown out to Tokyo to pull one of these pranks on Reedus, who plays Daryl Dixon on the AMC smash. His partners-in-crime? Cast member Lincoln (Rick Grimes) and TWD special effects expert Greg Nicotero.
“Norman is gonna kick our asses,” Lincoln jokes in a video about the prank, which took place in a hotel room in Tokyo.
As seen in the clip above, Reedus enters the room prepared to film a promo for The Walking Dead. Once he’s alone, Santonastasso emerges from under a room service cart. Reedus’ reaction? Priceless.
“Good job, you jerk,” he quips afterward.
Watch the entire hilarious prank above!
Source – US Weekly