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Steven Yeun Talks Zombie Apocalypse; WSJ Advises Investing Based on The Walking Dead

This week, Steven Yeun speaks with The Canadian Press and credits apocalypse fears for The Walking Dead‘s success, while The Wall Street Journal looks to the undead drama for investment advice. Plus, IGN offers its list of the drama’s top 25 zombies. Read on for more:

Steven Yeun discusses all things Glenn with The Canadian Press and also cites “the idea of how do you come back from this apocalyptic situation and stay alive” for the show’s runaway success.

The Wall Street Journal offers investing advice gleaned from The Walking Dead.

IGN lists The Walking Dead‘s top 25 “glorious, gory” zombies.

In an interview with Marvel.com, Norman Reedus talks about trying to make sure his voice for the Punisher in Iron Man: Rise of Technovore wasn’t “too much like Daryl.” ComicBook.com thinks Reedus “totally nails the part of The Punisher with a tough, gruff voice.”

Den of Geek‘s most shocking TV character deaths includes “the Governor’s cold-blooded execution of a large handful of his own citizens, through the medium of machine-gun.”

MediaPost cites The Walking Dead as an example of “water cooler TV that are thriving and growing their audience.”

FEARnet compiles a gallery of Daryl-related memes “in honor of everyone’s favorite character.”

Socialite Life states that Norman Reedus was “by far the most popular attendee” at the AMC upfronts last week.

The Upcoming speaks to Norman Reedus about Sunlight Jr., a film featuring the actor that premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. He calls the movie’s script “very much a slice of real life.”

• According to ComicBook.com, Michael Rooker says Norman Reedus “probably threw his shoulder out killing” Zombie Merle.

Michael Rooker tells Michigan’s The Oakland Press, “The Dixons’ story arc gave me opportunity to play out every nuance of his [Merle’s] personality.”

Gadget Review names the Season 3 Blu-ray to the list of most anticipated releases over the next 30 days, calling it “a must for any fan of the show.”

ComicBook.com reports that Gale Anne Hurd will be the keynote speaker at the 2013 BlogHer conference in Chicago this summer.

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