The Walking Dead: Nebraska Preview
Posted by Vicki on Nov 28, 2011 Comments Off

The next episode will air in February 2012.


The Walking Dead: Secrets
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The Walking Dead: New Stills
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The Walking Dead: Chupacabra
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The Walking Dead: Cherokee Rose
Posted by Vicki on Nov 8, 2011 Comments Off

I have added screencaps from the latest episode, sorry for the dealy had internet problems.

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Entertainment Weekly
Posted by Vicki on Nov 6, 2011 Comments Off

I have added a scan from Entertainment Weekly, thanks to hellblazer06 .

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New Layout
Posted by Vicki on Nov 5, 2011 Comments Off

We have a new layout by the fantasic Owls Lantern, please leave a comment on your thoughts.


The Walking Dead: Cherokee Rose Sneak Peek
Posted by Vicki on Nov 2, 2011 Comments Off

I have uploaded a clip of Cherokee Rose.

Thanks iria.


What Walking Dead Character Are You?
Posted by Vicki on Nov 1, 2011 Comments Off

On the official site theres a quiz to see what character you are, take it here.


The Walking Dead: Save The Last One
Posted by Vicki on Oct 31, 2011 Comments Off

I have added screencaps from last nights episode, Andrew wasn’t in this episode as much.

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The Walking Dead: Cherokee Rose Preview
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The Walking Dead “Save The Last One” Preview
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AMC Renews The Walking Dead For Season 3
Posted by Vicki on Oct 25, 2011 Comments Off

Happy to hear this =]

AMC has renewed zombie phenom The Walking Deadfor a third season.

An exact episode number is TBD, but we’re told the season will be at least 13 episodes long.

“Today we are pleased to announce that the ‘dead’ shall live as we proudly renew The Walking Dead for a third season,” said Charlie Collier, AMC’s President. “We are thankful for everyone’s contribution in front of and behind the camera as we continue to make The Walking Dead a unique television experience. And, we are so proud as it continues to set viewership records around the world.”

Despite behind-the-scenes tensions that culminated with the ouster of showrunner Frank Darabont, Dead kicked off its second season with monster ratings. The Oct. 16 opener drew 7.3 million total viewers — a 38 percent surge over the show’s Season 1 average. Even more impressive, nearly 5 million of those viewers fell into the coveted 18-49 crowd — a basic cable record.

Source: Tv Line.


Lincoln’s Log
Posted by Vicki on Oct 23, 2011 Comments Off

t you’re dying to know who’ll be the first person devoured by a flesh-loving zombie on the new season of AMC’s “Walking Dead.”

And so is the cast.

“That’s all we talk about . . . we’re becoming obsessed,” admitted the show’s star, Andrew Lincoln, who plays Sheriff Rick Grimes on the hit zombie-apocalypse drama — which attracted a whopping 7.3 million viewers in last Sunday’s season opener.

“Daryl [Dixon, played by Norman Reedus] comes up to me everyday and asks if he’s going to die. I keep telling him ‘I have no idea, but you’ll probably stick around for a while considering you carry a crossbow with you at all times.’ ”

Lincoln, who was born in the UK, and has a thick English accent, tried to use that as leverage in coercing producers to hand over advanced scripts — so he could ostensibly practice running his lines in Rick’s Southern drawl.

“Well, that’s what I told the producers,” said Lincoln. “But I really wanted [the scripts] so I could see what’s going to happen later in the season. It didn’t work, though. I tried to use the fact we have 13 episodes to shoot this time compared to six in the first season, but . . . We only get one [script] at a time.”

Fans of the AMC show are just as infatuated.


Lincoln’s US Accent ‘Flawless’
Posted by Vicki on Oct 21, 2011 Comments Off

Andrew Lincoln made sure he stayed in accent while filming series two of The Walking Dead, the series producer has revealed.

The former This Life and Teachers actor plays Rick Grimes, the lead in the American zombie series – which returns for a second series tonight (Friday) -and producer Gale Anne Hurd revealed he’d made massive efforts with his accent.

She said: “You’ll see him on set and a lot of the time he stays in character all day. Sometimes you’ll hear the natural accent, but a lot of time you talk to him as Andy instead of Rick, and he’ll have that Southern accent.”

She went on: “My husband grew up in England, and he says he cannot hear an accent at all. Generally a Brit listening can hear, but it’s completely flawless.”

Gale added that the new series, which has achieved record ratings in the US, will see some of the unresolved issues from series one come to a head.

She said: “We set up some tension last season. The principal one is the triangle between Lori, Rick and Shane, and that’s going to be a central conflict this season, it’s growing.

“Then Andrea’s not too thrilled that Dale saved her from the CDC because she’d chosen to stay with Jenner and with Jacqui, so there’s that tension and there are other tensions which you won’t see coming.”

Source: Google.