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Watch them here, can someone please upload them to Youtube as I can’t watch them from the UK.
I have added scans from Telegraph 1997, thanks to lulubellnyc.
I have added screencaps from Wuthering Heights, loved Andrew’s performance in this.
Wuthering Heights is being shown on ITV3 on the 21st August at 9pm.
The Walking Dead director David Boyd has dropped new hints about the show’s second season.
On the AMC blog, Boyd revealed that events will begin to take their toll on Lori Grimes (Sarah Wayne Callies).
“She’s kept her s**t together through Rick (Andrew Lincoln) getting wounded and all that stuff, but she’s starting to come apart a little bit,” he said.
Boyd, who worked as a cinematographer on the AMC drama’s first season, will direct the seventh episode of the new season.
“By the end of [that] episode [Lori] and Rick put it all out there,” he said.
Boyd also revealed that episode seven will see Andrea (Laurie Holden) take on a more action-oriented role.
“Episode 207 is cool in that we see that Andrea, this girl can shoot, man,” he hinted.
Frank Darabont recently stepped down as showrunner on The Walking Dead, with reports suggesting that he was fired after objecting to budget cuts.
Cutbacks to the show’s budget are believed to be a result of the new $10 million (£6.1m)-per-season budget allocated to AMC’s Mad Men.
The Walking Dead will return to AMC in the US and FX in the UK in October.
Source: Digital Spy.
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If you look through the list of roles Andrew Lincoln has played in his 16-year career, a few trends emerge. He can don the ruffs and toppers and pull off period drama (Bramwell, The Woman in White, The Canterbury Tales), and he is cocksure enough to gaze over the rim of a pint of gassy lager and do young-chap-on-the-cusp-of-stuff (This Life, Human Traffic, Teachers) too. But his latest role, his most internationally successful to date, is a long way from either of those well-worn paths.
As Rick Grimes, Lincoln is a sheriff’s deputy from Cynthiana, Kentucky. He has a wife and a son and a police partner. He wears a wide-brimmed sheriff’s hat with those funky toggle things on it and he fills a short-sleeve shirt and a pair of figure-hugging “pants” with some style. However, very early on he is badly wounded when an arrest goes wrong and he wakes up a few weeks later in an abandoned hospital with only a padlocked room full of, oh dear, the groaning undead for company.
Within 20 minutes he’s swinging a baseball bat at a passing zombie. Later, he hacks one up with an axe. His moral compass begins to whirl like a Sufi mystic, yet this cop-on-the-edge role has made Lincoln the latest British actor to become hugely popular playing an American in America.
AMC President Charlie Collier hinted that the upcoming second season of The Walking Dead has a lower budget compared to the first season; Plus AMC may lose Breaking Bad to another network after initially offering a 6-8 episode fifth season.
According to the LA Times , recent budget cuts for the longer second season of The Walking Dead are estimated to be $250,000 less per episode as compared to the first season. Collier addressed the issue without giving a definitive yes or no answer in regards to the second season having budget cuts.
“If you look at pilot budgets vs. pattern budgets usually the pilot budget is much higher than what ends up being the pattern budget. With The Walking Dead, instead of doing a pilot, we went straight to 6 episodes because we believed in the team and the talent in front and behind the camera. Then we came back with a 13-episode second season, and amortization over 13 episodes is very different than over 6. But we settled into one of the highest pattern budgets for a basic cable series,” said Collier.
Former showrunner Frank Darabont had stressed earlier this year that impending budget cuts would hurt the show on a creative level and has recently vacated the program entirely without confirming the reason for his sudden departure.
The Walking Dead stars Andrew Lincoln, Jon Bernthal, Sarah Wayne Callies, Laurie Holden, Jeffrey DeMunn, Steven Yeun, Chandler Riggs and Norman Reedus. Executive producers are Glen Mazzara, Gale Anne Hurd, Robert Kirkman, David Alpert, and Charles “Chic” Eglee. Jack LoGiudice serves as co-executive producer with Denise Huth as producer. Written by Eglee, LoGiudice, Kirkman, Mazzara and Adam E. Fierro.