This week, Vulture shares a behind-the-scenes video from the cast and crew of The Walking Dead, while showrunner Scott Gimple speaks with Collider about what’s to come on Season 5. Plus, MStarz.com reports on Melissa McBride and Chandler Riggs’s wins at the Saturn Movie Awards. Read on for more:
• Vulture has a behind-the-scenes video from the cast and crew of The Walking Dead for Season 5, in which Andrew Lincoln says the season premiere is “the most ambitious first episode I think we’ve attempted.”
• Scott Gimple talks with Collider after the Saturn Movie Awards about the new challenges in Season 5, deviations from the comic book series, and The Walking Dead spinoff series. Comic Book Movie.com, Dread Central, and Inquisitr also report on the interview.
• MStarz.com reports on Melissa McBride and Chandler Riggs’s wins at the Saturn Movie Awards, with McBride winning Best Supporting Actress in a Television Series and Riggs winning Best Performance By A Young Actor In A Television Series. Comicbook.com also has the details.
• Wetpaint reports on The Walking Dead’s two nominations in the 2014 Young Hollywood Awards. The show is nominated in the “Bingeworthy” category and the Zombies are nominated for the “We Love to Hate You” award.
• The Writer’s Room has partnered with Sh*t Rough Drafts to create alternate scenes from the shows featured in The Writer’s Room‘s upcoming episodes, including two “rough drafts” of scenes from The Walking Dead.
• The Writer’s Room offers another chance to win a Rick Grimes action figure, in honor of an episode featuring The Walking Dead’s series creator Robert Kirkman.
• The International Business Times reports on Norman Reedus’s interview with Entertainment Weekly and theorizes on the “clashing personalities” to come in Season 5. Digital Spy also highlights the interview.
• Wetpaint shares the details of Andrew Lincoln’s interview with Gold Derby, in which he gushes about co-star Melissa McBride and how he is “so happy” to see her recognized by the Critics’ Choice TV Awards. International Business Times AU and Enstarz also spotlight the interview.
• TV Guide speculates that genre shows like The Walking Dead might finally make waves at the Emmys.
• Wetpaint includes The Walking Dead in its list of shows to binge-watch this summer.
• Examiner speculates about a possible timeline of events for Season 5.
• Movie Pilot showcases the set of a bus crash reportedly filmed for Season 5.
• Comicbook.com speculates about the possible appearance of Father Gabriel, a character in the graphic novels.
• Now that Season 5 is well into filming, Latin Times reports on some of the fan speculation about what’s to come.
• Best Horror Movies can’t wait for The Walking Dead: The Complete Fourth Season to come out on DVD on August 26, hyping the bonus features and never-before-seen footage.
• The Walking Dead Escape obstacle course returns to San Diego Comic Con in just a few weeks and Geekscape.net is excited to see what lies in store for fans new and old.
• Cinema Blend is looking forward to the “Dead, White and Blue” marathon this weekend as well as the two The Walking Dead documentaries slated for release in July. 411 Mania, Horror Movies.CA, and Three If By Space.net are also amped for the exclusive content that will be featured during the marathon.
• The Tampa Bay Times includes The Walking Dead’s “Dead, White and Blue” marathon in its “Watch This” column for the fourth of July weekend. So does The Sunday Oregonian, The Detroit News and Free Press, The Dallas Morning News, The Columbus Dispatch, Closer Weekly and The Providence Journal.
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