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EW Checks Out Walker Lori Deleted Scene; Gale Anne Hurd on The Walking Dead as Mini Movie

This week, a deleted scene with Lori as a walker is highlighted by Entertainment Weekly, while Gale Anne Hurd discusses The Walking Dead’s mini-movie qualities. Plus, Norman Reedus calls Season 4’s midseason finale “mind-blowing.” Read on for more:

Entertainment Weekly has an exclusive look at a deleted scene from The Walking Dead’s Season 3 DVD and Blu-ray — available Aug. 27 — that shows a zombified Sarah Wayne Callies.

Media Bistro interviews Gale Anne Hurd, who talks about The Walking Dead‘s “mini-movie” quality: “I think that that’s a nod to the fact that a lot of us who work on the show started out in features, so that’s our approach and vision for storytelling.”

Gale Anne Hurd tells Forbes that she enjoyed reading Sheryl Sandberg’s Lean In because it “gave me perspective on the choices I made throughout my career.”

Norman Reedus reveals that shooting of the Season 4 midseason finale has wrapped, calling the episode “mind-blowing.”

ComicBook.com reports that a book of photographs, titled The Sun’s Coming Up… Like A Big Bald Head, taken by Norman Reedus is available for pre-order.

WetPaint summarizes The Walking Dead’s Season 3 and previews Season 4 because “sometimes you just need a quick refresher to get yourself up to date.”

411 Mania’s editors count down the top five most-anticipated fall TV shows — and The Walking Dead makes the list.

WetPaint compiles its list of The Walking Dead’s five best moments so far, which “tend to be tragedies.”

According to Gotham News, a replica of Daryl’s walker ear necklace is now available for pre-order.

Atlanta Black Star has a trailer for Mother of George, which features Danai Gurira.

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