This past week has been a banner week for The Walking Dead and stars of the show who were interviewed by a bunch of news sources. Here you will be able to find a synopsis of the interviews or news plus a link to the actual interview (all items from www.blogs.amctv.com). Hope you enjoy!
Norman Reedus speaks to RedEye Chicago about Merle’s return in Season 3: “It’s like bringing your drunk uncle to a Christmas party. But it’s his kin, so I’m sure he wants him back.”
The Hollywood Reporter and TV Guide report on comments by Glen Mazzara, Andrew Lincoln and Sarah Wayne Callies about the state of Rick and Lori’s relationship vis-à-vis Shane’s death.
Steven Yeun and Lauren Cohan tell Access Hollywood that Glenn and Maggie will continue to be an item. Cohan calls their love “this kind of pure, optimistic, hopeful thing.”
Variety notes that Greg Nicotero is nominated for Emmys for both The Walking Dead and Breaking Bad
According to The Hollywood Reporter and Entertainment Weekly, The Walking Dead will get the theme park treatment during the annual Halloween Horror Nights celebration at Universal Orlando Resort and Universal Studios Hollywood. The Huffington Post has more coverage.
Vanity Fair chats with David Morrissey, who says about The Governor: “He’s a bit more complex than in the comic book. He’s a bad guy and he does terrible things, but I think he’s part of this world.” MTV also talks to Morrissey about his turn as one of The Walking Dead‘s most iconic characters
Season 3 of The Walking Dead is scheduled to be aired on October 14th. Are you all as excited as I am?