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The Walking Dead Cast Talks Season 2, DeMunn Plays Willy Loman

At last week’s Golden Globe awards, The Walking Dead cast discussed Season 2 with Access Hollywood, MTV, TV Guide and others, while Jeffrey DeMunn discusses his new production of Death of a Salesman.

• On the Golden Globes red carpet, Andrew Lincoln reveals to AccessHollywood the key to The Walking Dead: “You just do what Frank Darabont says.” Lincoln also shares with TVLine, “We’ve already set a benchmark, which is to shock people and enthrall people. I hope we can keep adding to that and growing.”

• Also on the red carpet, Laurie Holden talks to MTV about what viewers can expect in Season 2: “Definitely Michonne… and Hershel’s farm.”

• At NBC/Universal’s Golden Globes party, Sarah Wayne Callies tells TV Guide she was sure she didn’t get the part of Lori: “I thought I’d never get this and then they cast me. I’ve been happy ever since.”

Vogue touts Andrew Lincoln, who wore an E Tautz tuxedo at the Golden Globes.

The La Jolla Light reports that Jeffrey DeMunn is beginning a run as Willy Loman in Death of a Salesman. Of The Walking Dead he tells the publication, “When I got a call from Frank [Darabont] asking me to come to Atlanta and kill zombies, I said yes without knowing anything about it.” DeMunn also speaks with the San Diego Union-Tribune.

Adweek cites The Walking Dead as the “lone new show that generated any life force” during the TV season.

WorldScreen.com mentions the The Walking Dead‘s ratings success when discussing how the “first decade of the 21st century may someday be looked back upon as a sort of golden age of basic-cable drama.” (No Link)

The Los Angeles Times reports that The Walking Dead is part of this year’s PaleyFest, which takes place in March in Beverly Hills.

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