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EW on Tony Danza Appearing in Dead; CNET Interviews Norman Reedus

This week, Entertainment Weekly gets the scoop on Tony Danza appearing on The Walking Dead, while CNET interviews Norman Reedus. Plus, EW discusses the Season 7 Premiere’s extended dream sequence. Read on for more:

Entertainment Weekly shares the story of how Norman Reedus got Tony Danza to appear in Season 7’s “The Cell” — when viewers see “Dwight watching an old VHS copy of the opening credits to the 1980s sitcom Who’s the Boss?

• Norman Reedus describes Daryl’s ideal death to CNET: “I think you’d see a sunset. I would walk up over a hill and then a little wolf puppy would come out of the woods and follow me up. And people would just go, ‘Whatever happened to that guy?'”

Entertainment Weekly features the extended dream sequence from the Season 7 Premiere (included on the Season 7 Blu-ray and DVD sets being released on Aug. 22) and calls it “a fleeting moment of what could have been after the most gruesome deaths in Walking Dead history.”

IGN interviews Tom Payne, who says, “Season 8 certainly starts with a big bang and then continues to ramp up, which is really exciting. I know the audience will be really happy with certainly how it starts, because they’re taking the fight back.”

• Michael Cudlitz tells ComicBook.com that The Walking Dead has a “very welcoming cast. You know, I don’t care what your resume is, what your history is, if you’re coming onto the number one show in the world while it’s in progress, at its height or the very beginning of its height, it’s not an easy thing.”

ComicBook.com notes that “we can expect the show to thin the herd in the upcoming new season (as it tends to do) — here’s our picks for characters most likely not to make it out of Season 8 alive.”

• After listening to the Season 7 Premiere commentary, Cinema Blend reports Michael Cudlitz says that “you can see a little baby bump on Sasha” in the flash-forward.

ComicBook.com spotlights a Season 7 Blu-ray set feature that sees the show’s cast and crew “discuss the process of bringing the characters from Robert Kirkman’s comic series to live-action life.”

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