While The Walking Dead is a series that lives by the maxim “no one is safe,” and in which loss regularly plays a major role in helping the characters to develop and move forward, last year’s biggest loss–original cast member Laurie Holden, who played Andrea–was arguably gone for quite a while before she was ever really gone.
During our roundtable with members of the cast and crew of AMC’s The Walking Dead at San Diego Comic Con International, series star Andrew Lincoln was asked whether he thought Andrea’s death would have the intended effect–and what he said was interesting.
“It’s a very good point and I think certainly for Rick, it was one of the turning points,” said Lincoln, “along with my son becoming a murderer. They’re two very important beats that made him rethink his responsibilities as a father but also maybe rethink his whole attitude toward surviving in this world. That’s where you arrive certainly in episode one.”
Executive Producer Gale Anne Hurd added, “Think about it, when you said ‘Let the Woodbury-ites stay,’ Carl looked at you like, ‘No, they’re the enemy. We kill the enemy.’ That was a really interesting dynamic and for Rick especially.”
Lincoln agreed, giving credit for that action to Andrea.
“It was a huge call, and especially for someone who has been pushing people away and not trusting,” Lincoln said. “For him to say, ‘Come in,’ Andrea’s death must have had a profound impact. She was trying to do what Rick probably would have tried to do two seasons ago; she was trying to unify two groups of warring people.”
You can watch the full panel from Comic Con with Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Lauren Cohen, Steven Yeung, Danai Gurira, Scott Wilson, and David Morrissey below!
Andrew talking about season 4 with Michael Ausiello
Here’s a more in depth look at what was discussed at the panel. Click the read more to read the entire thing!
Here’s a few choice quotes that were plucked from the panel yesterday, as always, they were careful not to reveal any potential spoilers on what to expect.
“”The relationship with Carl is integral to the beginning of the season for Rick” – Andrew Lincoln, talking about what will transpire early on for his character in the wake of Carl threatening with a gun.
“Tyreese is still trying to figure out how he fits in, what are the rules?” – Chad Coleman, talking obviously about if he has a place.
“Take over a hotel, spray paint myself silver, run around naked and watch South Park.” – Norman Reedus, on what he would do in a real-life apocalypse
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The Walking Dead had it’s panel and signing on July 19th and I have added images of Andrew making his rounds at Comic Con at three separate events.
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three collector’s covers dropped by Entertainment Weekly. Chander Riggs and Norman Reedus are the other two that grace the covers. Here’s a peek at the cover, hopefully I’ll have scans when the issue comes out. Click the image for a larger view.
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also learned that the premiere title is “30 Days Without an Accident,” suggesting that the show may skip ahead at least one month following the events on the season three finale, when season four premieres this October.
Anxious for that first look of season 4? Well you don’t have to wait much longer. What’s a better way to spend your Fourth of July than sitting in front of your television and watching The Walking Dead?
Starting on July 4 at 1/12c, AMC is airing a four-day The Walking Dead marathon that promises to include behind-the-scenes footage from the upcoming fourth season scattered throughout it. Kevin Smith is hosting the marathon and will be providing the sneak peeks from the Atlanta-area set. Smith has been hands-down the best guest host to appear on The Talking Dead after show so AMC definitely picked the right geek for the job.
What AMC isn’t offering is how many check-ins with Smith there will be and exactly when they will occur. All we know is that The Walking Dead: Season 1 will air twice on Thursday, July 4, in black-and-white and color; followed by The Walking Dead: Season 2 and The Walking Dead: Season 3 on Saturday with a repeat on Sunday. Each day’s start time is 1/12c.
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AMC on Monday released the banner that will be displayed inside the San Diego Convention Center during the annual geek-fest this month. The massive poster features Rick (Andrew Lincoln), Daryl (Norman Reedus), Michonne (Danai Gurira) and new series regular Tyreese (Chad L. Coleman) fighting off tons of walkers — but offers little new information other than that the katana-wielding warrior has managed to secure a horse.