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Kirkman Chats with Collider.com, Guardian Profiles Lincoln

Collider.com has an interview with Robert Kirkman and the Guardian interviews Andrew Lincoln, while LAist reviews Jon Bernthal’s turn on the stage in Small Engine Repair.

Collider.com speaks to Robert Kirkman about the process in the writer’s room. Kirkman also sits down with FEARnet.

AssignmentX has Robert Kirkman at WonderCon 2011 promoting the new Skybound imprint of Image Comics.

Andrew Lincoln speaks to the Guardian about the pleasures of “playing a policeman who gets to chop up human beings. Take the axe to the small intestine; smear the blood from the chest cavity…”

LAist reviews Jon Bernthal’s play Small Engine Repair, calling it “perfectly cast.”

Deadline and The Hollywood Reporter note that Gale Anne Hurd‘s Valhalla Entertainment is slated to develop and produce an hour-long series called Port Royal that’s based on an original idea by Hurd, according to .

• The networks are gearing up for a potential NFL strike, and Cynopsis Media cites The Walking Dead in saying that AMC’s strategy “will be to tout its lineup of originals, especially because it skews well with young men.”

Variety reports that Paris-based festival Series Mania, running from April 11 to 18, will screen all of The Walking Dead‘s first season. (No Link)

MovieViral highlights zomBcon, to be held in Seattle in October. Actress Melissa Cowan (Bicycle Girl) will be a guest.

WorldScreen reports that Entertainment One (eOne) Television has licensed the rights to The Walking Dead to Sundance Channel in France and French-speaking Belgium; the drama will be aired in December.

UPI has news of production beginning on Michelle Danner’s next film Hello Herman, which will star Norman Reedus.

GameSpot notes that Bear McCreary is doing his part to raise disaster relief money for Japan by joining several other composers for a collaborative album titled Play for Japan: The Album. Electronic Theatre has the news too.

MSNBC interviews “lifelong gamer” Bear McCreary about composing the score for SOCOM 4: U.S. Navy SEALs, a PlayStation 3 game.

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