Six new photos have been released for the upcoming third season of Walking Dead.
The photos feature cast regulars, as well as reveal two new character, the samurai sword wielding Michonne (Danai Gurira) and The Governor (David Morrissey). The Governor is, from what I understand, "a bad guy", though his initial introduction may not immediately demonstrate this fact.
The Walking Dead is set to begin on Sunday, Oct. 14 on AMC.
The new teaser trailer for The Walking Dead has shambled from among the gathered masses at this year's Comic-Con, and it looks like things are picking up right where they left off: Rick's leadership is still in question, the women are still being treated like second-class citizens and, oh yeah, zombies.
Just like the mainstream press wants to pretend that Ron Paul doesn't exist, entertainment journalists seem to be leaving out of their reporting on "The Darabont Firing" that Darabont fired key writers from the show in December '10.
Today, I bring a little clip about zombies from Comic-Con. And, no, I don't mean the mindless droves of comic geeks staggering around San Diego in search of that rare Amazing Spider-Man #583 "Obama Variant" cover. I refer to Frank Darabont and Robert Kirkman's zombies. You know, The Walking Dead.
News broke recently that Stephen King was extremely close to writing an upcoming episode of The Walking Dead. AMC’s hit show about the zombie apocalypse and the people that live in it, was met with mostly rave reviews after its season 1 premiere. The show is executively produced by Frank Darabont whom you may recall, is no stranger to adapting Stephen King’s work.
The American Film Institute has announced the winners of the 2010 AFI Awards, and we’re thrilled that several of the selections are genre-related and/or female-centric pieces that FanGirlTastic has also been excited about. Nice job, AFI! Your taste is exquisite this year.