Gale Anne Hurd
Time for another weekly Q&A from the set of "The Walking Dead". Today Executive Producer Gale Anne Hurd describes sending Season 3's extras to zombie graduate school and predicts who would win in a walker vs. pirate battle.
Since being abandoned on a rooftop in Season 1, Merle Dixon has been the source of fervent fan speculation. (Where is he? Is he alive?) Today AMC confirms that Merle (Michael Rooker) will return in "The Walking Dead" Season 3.
While other sites are blatantly just ruining said spoiler by putting who or what it is in the headline, we're trying to preserve this detail for those of you who would rather not know. Go in blind or in the know? The choice is yours.
Ernest Dickerson, director of the Season 3 premiere of "The Walking Dead", recently chatted with AMCtv.com about introducing Michonne in all her glory, keeping zombies warm with fire, and a whole lot more. Read on for the early word on what's shambling our way next fall!
Season Three of the hit AMC series "The Walking Dead" is filming now so you can expect all sorts of news and goodness hitting the interwebs at a fast and furious pace. Next on tap for you cats is the first word of some new characters, victims, prisoners, what have you...
To kick off the week, we have an on-set interview with Doug Fick, art director of "The Walking Dead". Check it out along with a new behind-the-scenes video from the show's upcoming third season.
Lord knows New York City can be an absolute circus at times that can teeter on the brink of losing complete control. Still, it's an amazing place, but it takes a lot of people to keep it that way. Speaking of which...
The new slasher film from genre favorite Neil Marshall (The Descent, Doomsday, Dog Soldiers, Centurion) and CBS Films, Hellfest, has scored a new writer; and we've got the skinny for you right here.
Four words have come together that are nothing short of music to our ears... You ready? Neil Marshall, slasher film! Yep, you read that correctly. Read on for the first details pertaining to Marshall's possible next film.
Nevada's Area 51 is still a hotbed of entertainment fodder with several projects bearing that moniker either already released or coming soon. Well, you can add another to the ever growing list, but this one has some big guns behind it!
Well that sure didn't take long. Hot on the heels of yesterday's news that Frank Darabont has stepped down as showrunner of AMC's "The Walking Dead", his replacement has already been named. Read on for the details.
Just in case all that cool info from San Diego Comic-Con we provided on "The Walking Dead" wasn't enough, AMCTV.com has posted the latest installment in its "Dispatches from the Set" series. Today we have for you executive producer Gale Anne Hurd discussing the love triangle among Rick, Lori, and Shane; Daryl Dixon's unique appeals; and the possibility of playing a zombie in Season 2.
CBS Films has acquired Hellfest, a script by William Penick and Chris Sey, for "The Walking Dead" executive producer Gale Anne Hurd, who will produce the picture under her Valhalla Entertainment banner.
Last Friday, March 4th, AMC ran a marathon showing of Season One of "The Walking Dead" and, as part of the event, aired a new series of roundtable interviews with "The Walking Dead" creative team that started with a look at the opening scene of Episode 1 and ended with a discussion of the training and choreography that went on in the show's zombie school.
As promised in his report from the 2011 Paleyfest panel for "The Walking Dead", our man on the scene Andrew Kasch has provided us with video of the event, which you can see right here!