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The Walking Dead Graces EW Cover; TV Guide Features Deleted Scene

twd-s3-first-look-governor-325.jpgThis week, The Walking Dead appears on Entertainment Weekly‘s cover, and TV Guide surfaces a deleted scene from the show. Plus, Robert Kirkman and Glen Mazzara discuss a piece of casting news. Read on for more:

This week’s Entertainment Weekly features four covers featuring characters from The Walking Dead. Inside is a Season 3 preview, including Rick and the Governor’s “eventual confrontation that could destroy everything,” according to Robert Kirkman.

TV Guide features a scene (and storyline) deleted from the Season 2 premiere. You can also find it on the Season 2 DVD, due out Tue., Aug. 28.

Robert Kirkman and Glen Mazzara talk to Entertainment Weekly about casting Dallas Roberts as Milton, one of the residents of Woodbury.

Variety says of Greg Nicotero’s directing: “He knows how to craft it, how to shoot it and what needs to happen to make viewers’ stomachs jump in their throats.” (No Link.)

According to SFX, Greg Nicotero thinks David Morrissey is “amazing” as The Governor.

Entertainment Weekly has a time-lapse video depicting “what it takes to turn a perfectly nice woman into a member of the undead.”

The Huffington Post selects Danai Gurira as a new star to watch for the fall TV season.

The Lincoln (Neb.) Journal Star speaks with Danny Riker, who has played various zombies on The Walking Dead. His advice for first-time walkers: “There’s always the classic, drag your one foot. Somehow it always seems to be the right foot — never the left foot.”

Adweek discusses the proliferation of apocalypse-oriented TV shows such as The Walking Dead.

• What does pop culture teach us about surviving a zombie apocalypse? The St. Louis Post-Dispatch has a few tips gleaned from The Walking Dead.

TheHDRoom has collected high-resolution versions of every Season 3 photo from The Walking Dead that’s been released.

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