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  • #16
    During Sunday night's two-hour Talking Dead special following The Walking Dead Season 8 premiere, the time frame for The Walking Dead and the Fear the Walking Dead crossover was revealed.
    "I can't say much. All I will say is that it's definitely going to happen in 2018, so that's either the back half of season 8, Fear The Walking Dead season 4, or the front half of season 9. One of those options, but before the end of 2018, big crossover," said The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman.

    "We will know more about it sooner than later, sooner than later," added The Walking Dead showrunner Scott Gimple.
    Prior to the announcement, speculation ran rampant among fans of the AMC shows. Many suspected Abraham Ford would join Fear the Walking Dead, based on the mentions of Houston in the show's Season 3 finale and a few cryptic tweets from the actor. Others thought certain characters from Fear would become members of the Whisperer group which Rick's Alexandria bunch will inevitably encounter further down the line.

    "I love the fan theories. The Abraham one was certainly intriguing and definitely my favorite," executive producer Greg Nicotero said on After the Dead.
    "I will tell you, I've read the first two [Fear the Walking Dead Season 4] outlines, and they're astonishingly good. It really got me very, very excited about the upcoming season," Nicotero said. "I think Andrew [Chambliss] and Ian [Goldberg] have done an amazing job. There's great, great stuff coming up on Fear the Walking Dead next year."

    Though Dave Erickson exited Fear the Walking Dead as showrunner following its third season, he is looking forward to the upcoming crossover. "I think it's a good thing for the show," Erickson said. "I think it's something that's going to hopefully galvanize both our modest fanbase and then the much larger Walking Dead fanbase. We'll see what they do. It's interesting because we'd always assumed just because of geography, because of timeline... You can pull anything off but I'm curious to see how they do it."


    • #17
      The first 'Walking Dead' movie with Rick Grimes is going to be released only in theaters — here's the teaser trailer

      The first planned movie centered on " The Walking Dead" character Rick Grimes will now run in theaters rather than on AMC.

      The announcement was made with a brief teaser video played at San Diego Comic-Con on Friday, with the video ending with the words "Only in Theaters." The film will be distributed by Universal Pictures. No release date has been set.

      The films were first announced in late 2018 following Andrew Lincoln's departure from the flagship AMC series, on which Lincoln had played Grimes since the pilot.

      "Walking Dead" chief content officer Scott Gimple will serve as writer. The film is planned to continue the story of Rick Grimes. AMC had originally planned to begin production as early as 2019 but it is unclear if that is still the case.

      In addition to the film, there is also the main series, the sister series "Fear the Walking Dead," and the recently announced third and untitled series. The third series will tell the story of the first generation of kids to grow up during the zombie apocalypse. "Fear the Walking Dead" was picked up for a sixth season on Friday.

      Lincoln's exit was a major blow for "The Walking Dead," with Danai Gurira confirming her exit from the series in Season 10 as well. Norman Reedus and Melissa McBride are now among the longest-serving cast members on the popular series.


      • #18
        This show is Cultural Marxist filth.
        Diversity is a code word for White Genocide


        • #19
          The character Daniel Ortega is 1000 times the man that the character George Foreman rules will ever be.

          Ruben Blades would never play a character that would fake a fatal illness for online sympathy. I mean once you have done that. ...everything else you spew is just....Bull shit.