There’s not much that Steven Yeun hasn’t been through in his role of Glen on The Walking Dead, but while talking to Entertainment Weekly, he assured us that there’s much more coming in Season 6. We’ve seen Rick Grimes’ group undergo beatings, brutality, killings and threats, all of which have taken their mental and physical toll. Here’s what Yeun had to say about Season 6, and the emotional turn the show will be taking: (more…)
John Layman’s award winning comic Chew is getting the animation treatment by director Jeff Krelitz (Torchwood: Web of Lies, Peter Panzerfaust) and they’ve cast Steven Yeun (The Walking Dead) and Felicia Day (The Guild, Geek & Sundry) as the voices for detective Tony Chu and his girlfriend Amelia Mintz. (more…)
**Update: Steven Yeun (Glen) and Chad Coleman (Tyreese) just added to guest list.
If you’re a Walking Dead fan, the place for you to be is at The Walker Stalker Con in Atlanta Ga. November 1st, 2nd, and 3rd. Read and follow the rules below and you can win a pair of three-day passes: (more…)
I would like to say this is a candid video, just two dudes who ran into each other on a back lot and started talking about killing zombies. I said I’d like to, in reality it looks like AMC is using former movie maker, now hockey jersey model Kevin Smith as the promotional juggernaut for the forthcoming fourth season of The Walking Dead.
Smith hosts two (in what appears to be of many) behind the scenes videos, the first one centers on Norman Reedus and his characters weapon of choice. (more…)
Dragon Con 2011 hosted a ‘Walking Dead’ cast Q&A panel. A panel about Zombies in the same city the series is based in? Genius I tell you.
The Walking Dead Panel consisted of Jon Bernthal (Shane Walsh), Laurie Holden (Andrea), Steven Yeun (Glenn), Chandler Riggs (Carl Grimes), Madison Lintz (Sophia Peletier) and Addy Miller (the fucking scary zombie child from the opening episode). The rest of the cast, were apparently off shooting the second season.
There’s lots of fun questions and responses in tne 30 minute video below. However, there was almost zero mention of Frank Darabont. In fact, the audience was asked not once, but eight times to refrain from asking questions about Darabont. Personally, that pisses me off. Darabont left, I can accept that. What I don’t get is why this has to be a “No No” subject. Fans are curious, it should be addressed.
Let us hope that the show doesn’t go down the crapper without Darabont.
Via: Comic Book Movie