AMC has been releasing new Fear The Walking Dead promo clips so quickly that fan’s barely have a chance to say, “Where’s the zombies?” Fortunately for us, one of the most recently released promos for The Walking Dead spin-off gives fans a quick (don’t blink) glimpse of the “walkers” we should expect to see later this summer.
Either this is a promo for a romantic comedy where a pair of love-struck individuals are interrupted by an overprotective father/husband while doing the nasty, or The Walking Dead spinoff Fear The Walking Dead is requiring some prolonged foreplay before we ever get to see a glimpse of the zombies to be featured in the series.
In this exclusive promo from Fear The Walking Dead, one of the main protagonists, Nick (played by Frank Dillane), is seen running quite hastily. It appears he narrowly escapes before being caught, although we never actually see any “villain.” Check out the video clip below: Continue reading
The Walking Dead comic book fans are already very familiar with the potential story lines to come in upcoming seasons of the show. One of the more anticipated stories (as if there is any story that isn’t anticipated by fans) is the introduction of The Hilltop Colony.
In the comic series, The Hilltop is introduced in Issue #94. It is a farming community that consists of roughly 200 residents, led by a man named Gregory. Shockingly enough, the community is only located twenty miles from the Alexandria Safe Zone. What’s even more important is the fact that the Hilltop has an ongoing trade agreement with Negan and The Saviors. So it would be likely that the Hilltop would have to be introduced prior to Negan’s appearance in the show. Continue reading
Although this is a bit of old news (sorry, I’ve been away getting married and stuff), it is definitely still worth posting. Since the introduction of the Alexandria Safe Zone in Season 5, many fans have been wondering about the whereabouts of comic book fan favorite Heath.
After it appeared as though Heath wouldn’t be introduced, many assumed that the role would be assumed by Noah, played by Tyler James Williams. Well, we all know how that worked out. Too soon? Continue reading
The Walking Dead is getting closer and closer to once again taking over television screens around the world. With the spinoff set to release this summer and film production for The Walking Dead Season 6 underway, we can barely contain ourselves! As I’m sure you already know, The Walking Dead comic book series is far ahead of the TV series. There are all sorts of cool story arch’s, characters and events that have yet to unfold before our eyes in the live-action TV adaptation. We picked some of our favorite panels from the comic book series that we hope to see play out in the future seasons.
Needless to say, this will be extremely heavy with possible future show spoilers. If you have yet to read the comic book series then you are missing out! Seriously, stop reading and head to your local comic book shop to pick up The Walking Dead compendiums!
As the premiere date nears, fans of The Walking Dead franchise are going berserk over any small details released regarding Fear The Walking Dead, the LA-based spinoff series slated for a late-summer 2015 release. A plethora of casting announcements made the rounds earlier this year, with three new roles announced just this month.
Lorenzo Henrie, brother of Wizards of Waverly Place star David Henrie, landed the role of Chris Manawa. The character is described as being resentful to his dad, Travis (Cliff Curtis) for breaking up with his mom, Liza (Elizabeth Rodriguez).
Earlier this month, Mercedes Mason was cast as a series regular. No other information was disclosed regarding the role.
Ruben Blades, most known for his movie roles and musical career, will join the cast as a series regular playing a character by the name of Daniel. Daniel is the father of Mercedes Mason’s character.
With these most recent casting announcements, the companion series is continuing to sound like one massive soap opera full of divorces, ex-lovers, and a ton of teenage angst. In a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter, showrunner Dave Erickson stated, “the main narrative drive is the conflicts with this family dynamic and how those things are exacerbated by the arrival of the apocalypse.”
Sounds like fans that enjoy the more “action-packed” nature of The Walking Dead might get a little bored with the companion series. Fans already complain that the mothership series is often “too much talk and not enough action,” so will a show that is more “character-driven” enjoy the same popularity? Only time with tell, but sound off with your thoughts in the comments section below.
Seth Gilliam (Father Gabriel Stokes) must have been sneaking a few extra sips of the sacramental wine on Sunday night. The Wire alum and current The Walking Dead cast member was arrested in Peachtree City, Georgia on May 3. Gilliam was driving at speeds of more than 100 miles per hour when he was pulled over at approximately 2:12 a.m.
During the traffic stop, officers reported smelling alcohol on Gilliam’s breath and found a doobie inside his cigarette pack. Gilliam registered a blood alcohol reading of .107, and informed officers that he only consumed three beers and one shot of alcohol. Gilliam was charged with speeding, reckless driving, DUI alcohol and misdemeanor marijuana. Continue reading
Entertainment Weekly announced today that Orange Is The New Black star Elizabeth Rodriquez will be joining the cast of The Walking Dead spinoff Fear The Walking Dead. Reportedly, Rodriquez has been cast in a “mystery role” that executives are keeping hush-hush. The only known information is that the character will be a series regular, but will not be featured in the pilot episode since the casting announcement comes post-filming.
Rodriquez is most recently known for her role as inmate Aleida Diaz on the Netflix original series Orange Is The New Black. She also had a short stint of the series Grimm.
Fear The Walking Dead is said to be premiering in late summer 2015. The pilot episode is based in Los Angeles, and it has yet to be determined whether the series will move on from that location. Fear The Walking Dead will be set at the initial outbreak of the apocalypse, but will not delve into the origin of the zombie virus. The Walking Dead spinoff has already been green lighted for two seasons – a six episode season in 2015, with a second season set to air in 2016.
Rodriquez joins previously cast Cliff Curtis, Kim Dickens, Frank Dillane, and Alycia Debnam Carey.
Exciting news coming out of Atlanta for fans waiting for the latest spoilers from The Walking Dead set! As we announced last week, filming for Season 6 of The Walking Dead will resume on May 4. Thanks to The Spoiling Dead Fans, we now know exactly where the show will be filming first.
According to a filming letter from Stalwart Film, The Walking Dead will be filming from 7AM-9PM in Meriwether County, Georgia on May 4. The filming will occur at the intersection of Truitt Street and McClain Road. Continue reading