This week, Robert Kirkman talks about Season 3 at a panel for The Walking Dead and Steven Yeun isn’t sure about his chances during a zombie apocalypse. Plus, Lauren Cohan explains why Rick had to kill Shane. Read on for more:
• The Hollywood Reporter attends a panel for The Walking Dead featuring members of the cast and crew. Robert Kirkman shares, “The good stuff is coming, the really intense stuff with Michonne, the Governor and Woodbury [prison] really defined the comic book series and we haven’t even gotten to that stuff yet.”
• Comic Book Resources reports that Steven Yeun isn’t sure how well he’d do in a real zombie apocalypse: “I was raised on the rough and tumble streets of Troy, Michigan… I know how to order a really solid plate of spaghetti — I think I’d be… helpful.”
• Lauren Cohan tells Screen Rant why Rick had to kill Shane: “I think Shane wanted him to do it. I think he was egging him on to do it. They couldn’t both wear the crown so to speak.”
• Vice interviews The Walking Dead Music Supervisor Thomas Golubic, who explains his work as, “Adding something counter-intuitive or something that has another angle to it will often create a really interesting dynamic in the scene.”
• FOX 5 Atlanta reports that The Walking Dead fans are visiting Elders Mill, the old stone works in Georgia’s Coweta County that was featured in the Season 2 Finale.
• TVOvermind wonders if the void left until The Walking Dead Season 3 Premiere can be filled by TNT’s Falling Skies.
• The Los Angeles Times reports that Danai Gurira’s (Michonne) play, The Convert, is now being performed at Los Angeles’ Kirk Douglas Theatre.Read More