The structure of 'The Walking Dead' season 4's latter half has proven increasingly difficult to pin down, with last week's "Still" focusing solely on Daryl and Beth and this coming Sunday's "Alone" returning to the unlikely duo, along with Maggie, Bob and Sasha. The latest sneak peek reveals a learned lesson for Daryl and Beth, while a new interview points to some interesting villains looming on the horizon ...
‘The Walking Dead’ season 4 brings to life its 12th episode, “Still,” as an unusual request from Beth puts she and Daryl on a unique mission, and the two bond over all they'd lost in the prison's fall.
Last week’s ‘The Walking Dead’ installment, “Claimed,” saw Rick, Michonne and Carl dealing with an unexpected threat to their newfound home, while Glenn awakened to the surprising truth of fellow survivors Abraham, Eugene and Rosita's mission to Washington D.C., so what does the latest episode of season 4 bring?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘The Walking Dead’ season 4, episode 12, “Still!”
This past Sunday's 'Walking Dead' installment "Claimed" put Rick through the ringer with a home invasion, while Carl and Michonne traded secrets, but what will this Sunday's "Still" reveal about Daryl and Beth's post-prison adventures that we hadn't learned from "Inmates?" See for yourself in the latest photos and clip from 'The Walking Dead' if either Daryl or Beth will make it through the week!
'The Walking Dead' creator Robert Kirkman has conquered the small screen with the AMC adaptation of his comic book, and now he's looking to bring his talents to the big screen as he's set up to make 'Air,' a film he'll produce and which will star Djimon Hounsou, and 'TWD' regular Norman Reedus.
AMC brought all our hopes and dreams to life with 'The Walking Dead' season 4's return this past Sunday, but what happens "After" Rick, Carl and Michonne were reunited? Check out what prison survivors we'll next catch up with when this coming Sunday's all-new installment "Inmates" shambles out, with a brand new clip and photos of the hour to preview!
We're just days away from 'The Walking Dead''s dramatic 2014 return, picking up with our merry band of survivors in divided factions following the climactic events of 2013 finale "Too Far Gone." We've got plenty of burning questions of our own, but what gruesome answers lie in the first clip from Sunday's "After" and seven brand-spanking-new photos of the season to come?
Norman Reedus stole the hearts of fans everywhere through his character Daryl on 'The Walking Dead,' not to mention women everywhere melted when they saw his paternal instincts with lil' baby "Ass Kicker" last season, but could the star become a blockbuster sensation with a role in 'The Crow' reboot?
Everyone best knows 'The Walking Dead' character Daryl for his iconic crossbow, and even his stylish season 3 poncho to a degree. 'The Walking Dead' season 4 will soon shamble out its Comic-Con 2013 panel as well as a season 4 trailer, so why wait to get a new look at the season via Daryl's stylish new accessory? Hint: it's both fashionable, and functional!
Before 'The Walking Dead' season 3 came to a close (and we knew whether or not the Governor would return), executive producer Gale Ann Hurd previewed that the AMC horror-drama's fourth season would seek to amp up the threat of the 'Walking Dead' themselves, who had become manageable. With season 4 filming underway, what does series star Norman Reedus have to say about the new walkers threatening Daryl and the others?
The saga of Troy Duffy is an interesting one. He sold his script for 'The Boondock Saints' to Miramax and he was pegged as the next Quentin Tarantino. But the studio pulled out of the film during pre-production, and the film was not the hot ticket item that was hoped for. 'The Boondock Saints' eventually came out in 2000 and was barely released. But over the years it became a cult favorite, spawning a sequel in 2009 called 'The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day.' And now there might be a third.