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“Eeny, meeny, miny, more,” said Charlie Collier, president of AMC, SundanceTV and AMC Studios of the hit show
Yes, “The Walking Dead” will be alive and kicking far into 2017.
A week before “TWD” fans began revving up for its highly anticipated Season 7 premiere, AMC announced that their No. 1 show has been picked up for its eighth season, which premiers in late-2017 and will kick off with the 100th episode of the franchise.
Word of renewal was released through a special on-screen message at the beginning of tonight’s two-hour retrospective special, “The Walking Dead: The Journey So Far.”
“Eeny, meeny, miny, more,” said Charlie Collier, president of AMC, SundanceTV and AMC Studios. “What a joy to partner with Robert Kirkman, Scott Gimple and some of the hardest-working people in television to bring ‘The Walking Dead’ to the fans. And, most important, thanks to those fans for breathing life into this remarkable series right along with us.”
Although who dies a horrible death and who lives another day to dine on brains in the Season 7 opener is top secret, “TWD” star Norman Reedus, gave a hint of things to come while appearing on “The Tonight Show.”
“I imagine a lot of people will be kicking their television sets,” Reedus said. “I mean, it’s heavy. It’s really, really heavy.”
If one fan theory is to be believed, Reedus’ Daryl could be the one who gets killed by Negan and his trusty barbed-wire baseball bat, Lucille.
Season 7 of “The Walking Dead” premieres Sunday, Oct. 23, at 9 p.m., followed by an expanded 90-minute episode of “Talking Dead” live from the Hollywood Forever Cemetery, featuring Chris Hardwick, the cast members in Negan’s line-up and Lucille.
I’ve updated the photo gallery with 142 photos of Norman Reedus attended the AMC presents ‘The Walking Dead’ at New York Comic Con at The Theater at Madison Square Garden on October 8, 2016 in New York City. Make sure you check them out clicking the thumbnails below. Thank so much to Alikat who send the pictures for this fansite. Enjoy!
We will have to wait until October to learn if Daryl Dixon survived The Walking Dead season finale cliffhanger, but at least we have a little news about the man who plays him on the hit series.
Norman Reedus will appear at the Montclair Film Festival in New Jersey and participate in the festival’s Conversation series. In Conversation With Norman Reedus will take place May 7, at 2:30 p.m., at the Wellmont Theater and will be moderated by someone who is very familiar with the actor: Joel Stillerman, who is the President of Original Programming at AMC and Sundance TV.
This marks the fifth year of both the film festival and the accompanying Conversation series. Other people taking part in the series this year include Stephen Colbert, Rob Reiner, Richard Curtis, Patrick Wilson, and Margo Martindale. A press release for the event notes, “Reedus will discuss his work in depth, sharing the stories that have shaped his unique career.” Just don’t expect the actor to disclose whether Daryl Dixon lives or dies.
The Walking Dead: Norman Reedus says he ‘couldn’t speak’ after watching the season finale.
Andrew Lincoln was so distraught, it was the only time he’s ever shown up late for work. Lauren Cohan says she didn’t even want to go to work. Josh McDermitt threw his script across the room.
The cast of The Walking Dead has been very vocal with EW about how upsetting the season 6 finale (airing this Sunday at 9 p.m. ET on AMC) was to both read and film, and now another voice has been added to that chorus. This time it’s from someone who not only appears in the finale, but has actually seen it as well. Or at least an early version of it.
“I saw a little rough cut of it,” Norman Reedus, who plays Daryl, tells EW. “And it’s the most hardcore episode we’ve ever shot. I couldn’t speak after I watched it. And, of course, I knew what was happening, and what was going to happen, and who was involved, but I got to tell you, I couldn’t speak for like an hour. And then I just was bombarded with phone calls on my drive home. But that was a rough, rough, rough cut. I will say that it might be the best episode we’ve ever shot of the show.”
“Hardcore” is also a good way to describe Negan, the super-villain from the comic book who will be making his long-awaited arrival. While Negan (and his barbed wire covered baseball bat Lucille) spells bad news for the characters on the show, those who do manage to survive are exited to work with the man playing him, Jeffrey Dean Morgan.
“I’ve known Jeffrey for a long, long time,” says Reedus. “He’s a friend of mine, and I really respect him as an actor. And as a dude, he’s just the best. It’s weird to have such a nice guy playing such an a–hole, you know what I mean? But that’s just the testament to how good he is. So I’m excited to see where he goes and what happens to that guy.”
The episode will also mark the second straight season finale to be helmed by Greg Nicotero, who has become the show’s go-to director for big episodes. “Talk about the inner circle, Greg’s one of those people who’s with you from the get-go,” says Reedus, “from the very start of everything you do to the very end of everything you do. He’s one of my best friends and I’ve watched that guy just blow the hell up. He’s an unstoppable force right now on the show.”
Now we’ll just have to see if anyone can stop Negan.