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Greg Nicotero Speaks With THR; Norman Reedus Discusses Negan

This week, Greg Nicotero speaks with The Hollywood Reporter, while Norman Reedus discusses Negan. Plus, Nicotero and Reedus are opening a restaurant in Georgia. Read on for more:

• Greg Nicotero talks to The Hollywood Reporter about shooting the group’s encounter with Negan, saying that “in that moment, after having been on a journey with these characters for six years, we had to see every bit of their confidence was stripped away.”

• Norman Reedus, interviewed by the Las Vegas Review-Journal, warns, “When we come back, people get ready. … This bad guy (Negan) and what he brings, it’s a completely different show now.”

The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports that Norman Reedus and Greg Nicotero are opening a restaurant, called Nic & Norman’s, this summer in Senoia, Ga., where much of the show is filmed.

• At Denver Comic Con, Jeffrey Dean Morgan relates, according to Fan Fest, “What I have found is the more laughing I do on-set, the madder Andrew Lincoln gets, which gives me great pleasure.”

TVLine discusses Carol’s metamorphosis, noting that “you also can’t — or at least shouldn’t — say that her change of heart means she’s lost her head.”

Deadline spotlights the trailer for Benny Boom’s All Eyez On Me, featuring Danai Gurira as Tupac Shakur’s mother.

Movie Pilot extols the rivalry between Rick and The Governor, noting that “these guys never reconciled or even attempted to become friends.”

ComicBook.com looks back at Season 2, which “saw the conflict between Rick and Shane reach the point of no return.”

Playbill reports that Eclipsed, Danai Gurira’s multi-Tony-nominated play, ended its Broadway run on Jun. 19.

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