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Kirkman Teases Season 2 to USA Weekend; Lincoln Talks Rick’s Dilemma With Wired

USA Weekend gets Season 2 tidbits from Robert Kirkman this week, while Andrew Lincoln talks apocalyptic morals with Wired and nominates The Walking Dead and Laurie Holden for their “Alterna-Emmys.”

Robert Kirkman tells USA Weekend that Season 2 is “going to be much more rural and much more dangerous.”

Wired talks to Andrew Lincoln about Rick’s moral dilemma: “Do you survive at all costs and lose your humanity because it’s the only way to do it, or is humanity — does it have to exist because otherwise you may as well just blow your brains out?” chooses The Walking Dead (“an innovative, outstanding adaptation”) and Laurie Holden (“a monument to dramatic acting”) for its “Alterna-Emmys.”

Dread Central has video of Steven Yeun (Glenn), Michael Rooker (Merle) and Andrew Rothenberg (Jim) appearing at the 2011 Flashback Weekend Chicago Horror Convention in an “extremely candid” panel.

Bloomberg Businessweek references The Walking Dead in its zombies vs. vampires showdown, declaring “zombies are threatening to overtake vampires in the battle for cult paranormal undead hegemony.”

The Chicago Tribune interviews The Walking Dead‘s Melissa Cowan, who played “Bicycle Girl” in Season 1.

MTV picks up’s interview with The Walking Dead cinematographer David Boyd, who will be directing Episode 7 of Season 2.

The Atlanta-area Newnan Times-Herald reports that filming for The Walking Dead took place in downtown Sharpsburg earlier this week, though there was “no word on whether any zombies were spotted in town.”

Ryan Murphy, the creator of Glee, tells the Los Angeles Times that The Walking Dead was his favorite show last year, calling it “sort of intellectual horror.”

Schock Till You Drop has a trailer for Faces in the Crowd, a thriller featuring Sarah Wayne Callies.

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