It's been a few weeks since we've seen very much from 'The Walking Dead' season 5, at least after the inaugural round of context-less character photos, but no more! Rick and the other trapped Terminus folk are finding "No Sanctuary" in the full gallery of October 12 premiere photos, and their grill-happy captors are definitely screwing with the wrong people, by the looks of things.
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Last week saw AMC's 'The Walking Dead' opening the doors of Terminus car "A" to spill out some tantalizing season 5 photos of the cast in action, so what fresh meat are we left to shamble out this week? Why, a brand-new trailer for the October 12 premiere that sees Rick making some very scowl-y reminders and offering up some helpful safety tips!
It's been a good long while since we'd heard from the front of a potential 'The Walking Dead' spinoff/companion series on AMC, but with the fifth season due in a month's time, it seems the network is solidifying their grip on the zombie apocalypse. AMC has officially ordered a pilot for the forthcoming 'Walking Dead' companion series, set to explore a new corner of the in-show universe, because it apparently...wasn't official enough at first.
'The Walking Dead' won't shamble out its fifth season premiere "No Sanctuary" for another month at least, but even the Comic-Con 2014 trailer didn't mind telling us that Rick and the rest of the "A" car won't be holed up in Terminus forever. To wit, the AMC horror drama has released a plethora of new character portraits for the season, with some surprising season 5 reunions, and more than a few questionable omissions!
Lately news from 'The Walking Dead' season 5 has seemed a bit spun-out, but with the October 12 premiere fast-approaching. fresh blood seems to be spraying from the AMC horror-drama in every direction. Check out our first look at ‘The Wire‘ star Seth Gilliam as comic character Father Gabriel Stokes, plus two brand-new teasers and yet another casting!
A few weeks ago, 'The Walking Dead' fans found themselves faced with the question of Daryl Dixon's sexuality, after vague quotes from series creator Robert Kirkman addressed potential for the crossbow-wielding warrior to be revealed as gay. We had a fairly hammy response to the idea, but now showrunner Scott Gimple has stepped up to deliver his own thoughts on Daryl's ambiguous sexuality, promising a separate gay character to come in season 5.
Fresh 'Walking Dead' has been hard to come by since the season 5 trailer debut at Comic-Con 2014, but the season 4 Blu-Ray (hey, you can win one of those!) continually spills out fresh guts goodies for fans. Two more season 4 deleted scenes have arrived, showing that the road to Terminus, for Rick, Carl, Carol, Tyreese and Michonne may have been more deadly than we got to see.
'The Walking Dead' creator Robert Kirkman hints that fan-favorite AMC character Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) might actually be gay, though we have a slightly hammier theory to put forth.
Anticipation for 'The Walking Dead' season 5 continually builds after the Comic-Con 2014 trailer, but the fourth season of AMC's monster smash has plenty left to offer. Not only can you win a copy for yourself, but we've also got yet another deleted scene from the fourth season Blu-Ray, bringing the Governor back to life for one last standoff with Michonne and Hershel!
Guillermo del Toro is one of the busiest men in Hollywood, working on everything from his horror film 'Crimson Peak' to 'Pacific Rim 2' to even conceiving scripts for projects not officially signed off on, like his 'Justice League Dark.' Now, the master of the fantastical is developing a new 'Silent Hill' video game, called Silent Hills, and 'The Walking Dead' heartthrob Norman Reedus is leading the charge.