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Comic Con next month, the convention has confirmed.
They also say that other cast members including Norman Reedus (Daryl Dixon), Chandler Riggs (Carl Grimes), Danai Gurira (Michonne), David Morrissey (The Gorvernor) and Michael Rooker (Merle Dixon) will appear onstage with Lincoln, executive producers Gale Ann Hurd, Glenn Mazzara and Robert Kirkman in a panel which will be moderated by Talking Dead host Chris Hardwick. The panel will take place in the IGN Theater on Saturday, October 13, 5:00pm – 6:00pm, and will include an exclusive clip from the season three premiere, which airs the next night.
According to a press release, “There will also be a limited signing for 50 fans and tickets for the signing will be given away on a first served basis on Saturday morning (10/13). Further details about the signing will be announced soon.”
“The Walking Dead is a huge attraction for our fans and I am enormously grateful to AMC for making this possible,” said Lance Fensterman, Show Manager for NYCC and Group Vice President for ReedPOP, in the release. “This is a star-studded line up of panelists and I know that we will have thousands of fans who will want to be on hand to hear these creators, producers and stars talk about their contribution to this incredible show. I can’t thank these guests enough for giving their time and talent to New York Comic Con.”
Source: Comic Book.
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Andrew Lincoln, who plays the thoughtful, reflective sheriff-turned-jaded-dictator Rick Grimes on AMCs The Walking Dead, spoke to Inside TV recently about some show pacing criticism from viewers who complained that season 2 moved too slowly. Some fans have also taken to online forums to demand more zombie kills and less dialogue.
Fans were frustrated with a handful of survivors hunkering down on a sleepy farm for weeks on end, and some have been steadfast in their disappointment that the zombie slayers wouldn’t be so content to set up camp and do nothing during a zombie apocalypse.
Lincoln responded to the criticism in an interview published Thursday by saying:
“I don’t watch the show, and I don’t read reviews. I stay out of the equation.
“You can please some of the people some of the time, you can please all of the people some of the time. You can’t please all the people all the time. That’s just taste, and that’s cool. What I keep saying to people is that there is a very vocal, very extreme group of people that want a certain thing from this show.”
The show’s creator and executive producer Robert Kirkman was also on the defense, saying that the slower episodes helped to build momentum.
Norman Reedus, who plays likable hillbilly Daryl Dixon on the show, was much more to point and dismissive, with a response resembling his character’s apathy:
“F— ‘em! I’ve been trying to get into Game of Thrones. I can’t tell if it’s the future or the past, but those motherf—ers talk the whole time. Do I gotta b-tch about it, or am I going to watch it and enjoy? I’m going to watch it and enjoy. People are going say whatever they say. You have to talk to tell a story. It’s not a cartoon.”
The Walking Dead returns for its season 3 premiere on October 14 at 9/8c on AMC.