Director Frank Darabont and actor Thomas Jane have a long history together. One that Jane wants to continue while inhabiting a wasteland filled with shambling flesh-eaters. Ah yes, dear reader! It's time for more chatter concerning our most looked forward to TV show, "The Walking Dead." In a recent interview with NBC Washington, Jane dropped the following on fans ...
Finally the day we've been waiting for is here! The official trailer for Frank Darabont's TV adaptation of the Robert Kirkman zombie epic The Walking Dead is here along with the show's premiere date! Life ... or in this case death ... is good!
Is it October yet? How we wish we had a time machine. As zero hour approaches for the debut of the six-part AMC miniseries based upon the Robert Kirkman zombie epic "The Walking Dead", anticipation keeps growing steadily. If these new images don't get your ghost, we don't have any idea what will!
I'm not sure if it's even possible to be more psyched for a single TV show than we are for Frank Darabont's vision of the Robert Kirkman zombie epic "The Walking Dead". We're counting down the days until October like giddy kids counting 'em down until Christmas. Now it looks like we have a target date in sight.
If there's anyone on this planet that knows what goes into crafting an incredible looking zombie, it's Greg Nicotero and KNB Effects. AMC has just released a video of the makeup maestro himself taking you through one of the show's main living dead fueled setpieces.
And the must-see events taking place at the 2010 San Diego Comic-Con on Friday, July 23rd, keep coming. We've just gotten details on the panel for AMC's "The Walking Dead", and it's one attendees who happen to be horror fans definitely don't want to miss!
If there's anyone on the planet who knows what it takes to make a bitchin' looking zombie, it's Greg Nicotero of KNB Effects, and recently the man sat down for a Q&A with AMC regarding its new series, Frank Darabont's adaptation of the Robert Kirkman zombie epic The Walking Dead.
In an article just posted over on Fangoria chatting with KNB effects man and all around cool guy Greg Nicotero, details on one of the thirteen Fear Itself episodes were casually dropped.
Hanging out at Rock and Shock this weekend, I got to meet some great people, both celebrity and otherwise, who I had been hoping to hook up with for years. One of the celebrities I’ve been waiting to chat with for a long time is Greg Nicotero, the “N” of KNB Effects.
Buried within the write up Evil Andy did for Rue Morgue’s fourth annual Festival of Fear is some very interesting bits of info I felt deserved to be highlighted for you guys. Don't want anyone missing cool news, now do we?