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.Read More