The world of The Walking Dead will change as we know it, come mid-February, as Rick and company take their first steps into a larger world, at least after a bit of house-cleaning. That expansion comes with a price, however, as series creator Robert Kirkman previews the “atomic bomb” that new series big bad Negan brings to the table, along with his “Savior” followers.
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Jonas Cuaron is the son of award-winning filmmaker and Children of Men director Alfonso Cuaron, and is credited with co-writing the screenplay for the elder Cuaron’s breathtaking space drama Gravity. Now the younger of the two is making his directorial debut with Desierto, a sun-soaked thriller that earned largely positive reviews when it premiered at TIFF back in September.
The Walking Dead has officially signed off 2015 by Sunday’s most recent midseason finale “Start to Finish,” but if you’re anything like us, the first half of Season 6 produced some strong reactions. Now, showrunner Scott Gimple defends the show’s credibility after the big Glenn fakeout, as well as its introduction of Negan, and what to expect in the 2016 return.
The Walking Dead may have signed off for 2015 after Sunday’s disappointing “Start to Finish” finale, but the future may yet redeem our midseason break. Forget February, our first look at The Walking Dead’s 2016 premiere has arrived, including the first tease of our new big bad, Negan!
The Walking Dead Season 6’s mysterious “Wolves” have only briefly bared their teeth thus far, but the series’ biggest bad of all will soon show his face. After months, even years of speculation, The Walking Dead has finally cast its next big bad Negan with Jeffrey Dean Morgan.
It's a tale as old as TV, that the cancellation of one series leads to speculation of a cinematic return, or a new outlet to continue the story. Starz's cancelled 'Magic City' might be the craziest example we've heard yet, however, returning the 1960's Jeffrey Dean Morgan Miami crime drama to the big screen, and adding the likes of Bruce Willis and Bill Murray!
Can you even tell which one of these guys is 'Skyfall' villain Javier Bardem and which one is 'Magic City' star Jeffrey Dean Morgan? This particular celebrity look alike has been making the rounds practically since the internet was conceived, and yet it's one of the only ones that truly make us go, "Whoah!?"
Starz' latest drama 'Magic City,' set to debut this Friday now that 'Spartacus: Vengeance' has lain down its sword for the season, isn't about to give us any sleight of hand. In fact, the network is so confident in its new drama, it's going to give away the whole show!