It’s safe to say that the addition of Jeffrey Dean Morgan’s Negan to The Walking Dead has been a controversial one; strong actor, but in a role weighing on viewers. Morgan has time yet to flesh out Negan’s nuances, confirming not only his return for Season 8, but also explaining some of the mysterious leaks that cropped up around his entrance.
Even as The Walking Dead apparently locked down Negan’s victim two years ago, production still went through with its shell game of filming death scenes for each cast member. We saw glimpses of them with Sunday’s premiere, but a new leak reveals what might have been the show’s most horrific choice.
Death on a genre series is increasingly difficult to accept these days, something The Walking Dead learned the hard way in Season 6 when fans easily deduced Glenn’s survival from an apparently-grisly demise. That super fan-sleuthing again reared its head with the Season 6 finale, but series star Lauren Cohan says viewers may be wasting their time picking apart the audio of Negan’s now-famous kill.
Even before the early reviews began rolling in, the trailers solidified Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman as the most exciting attraction in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Audiences agreed, as Wonder Woman — whose name isn’t even in the title of the film — ranked highest in a recent poll that asked fans which character they were most eager to see in Zack Snyder’s superhero epic. As predicted, Gadot’s debut is definitely the best thing in Batman v Superman, and although her part only makes up about seven minutes of the film’s 150-minute runtime, those few minutes are riveting — but not enough to justify Snyder’s unfortunate treatment of the remaining female characters.
In case you didn’t spot her in the trailer, or you were merely distracted by fellow The Walking Dead star Jeffrey Dean Morgan standing next to her, we now have confirmation that the actress playing Martha Wayne in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is, in fact, Lauren Cohan. The actress’ name has popped up on IMDb, confirming her small but integral role in Zack Snyder’s upcoming film.
There’s no arguing that The Walking Dead owes us a death or two when Season 6 returns for its latter half, but one wonders who, if any from the main cast will suffer an ignominious end. The comics point one way, but might a noticeable haircut for one series star spell an ominous fate ahead?
We live in an admittedly silly time to interview actors on top-secret plot points, even those the audience knows the answer to months in advance. Such is also the case of The Walking Dead star Lauren Cohan, who acknowledges sightings of co-star Steven Yeun on set, despite his character’s mysterious fate, but has no choice but to deliver some impressive non-answers.
As horror films have taught us for decades, dolls can be downright terrifying: the clown in Poltergeist, for instance, or the dolls in James Wan’s films The Conjuring and Dead Silence. We can now add another film to the creepy doll horror sub-genre with The Boy, the new movie from the director of The Devil Inside, starring The Walking Dead’s Lauren Cohan (aka Maggie).
‘The Walking Dead’ Season 6 blows the roof off its “First Time Again” with a bite-filled premiere, but what big mystery derails a whole herd of walkers to Alexandria? Our full review!
The final moments of The Walking Dead’s most recent finale left us wondering where next Rick might push the safe haven of Alexandria, now that Deanna seems to have come around to more brutal methods. That attitude is all over The Walking Dead Season 6's character portraits, as Alexandria looks ready to go to war … but with whom?