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Reply #60 posted 10/09/20 8:43am

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DaveT said:

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yes...take all the interesting ideas and put it all into the regular TWD show! TWD needs to get back to basics.I think it's a mistake to expand the TWD universe at this point.Just focus on the ONE show.


I think one thing they've looked past is the quality of the acting. I think the reason TWD worked so well was only partly due to the setting and story ... a bigger part was the amazing cast they were blessed with.

Andy Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Michael Rooker, Jon Bernthal, Melissa Mcbride, Lennie James, Steven Yeun, Lauren Cohen, Danai Gurira ... it was a great ensemble. Just slapping the TWD name on another show doesn't mean you're going to replicate what they had. And in fact I don't think they'll ever get a cast together on another TWD show that comes anywhere near the cast they've been blessed with for the original show.

Oh, absolutely. Especially Michael Rooker and Norman Reedus and their interaction, but also Jon Bernthal and the others....what a great ensemble.

As much as I liked the first couple of seasons of FTWD, it just wasn´t the same as far as actors and actresses are concerned. The only characters or actors I cared about were Ruben Blades and that Victor Strands dude. I also started to like Nick a lot. The sudden changes in that series were a bit too fast and drastic for me.

Jeffrey Dean Morgan´s Negan is just amazing. I´ve seen that man in other films as well and I liked his performance but wow, he´s on a whole different level on TWD.

I miss Michael Rooker on TWD even though it´s been an eternity since he left.

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Reply #61 posted 10/09/20 8:47am

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I´m really starting to like Negan. The show would no longer be the same without his funny monologues.


I liked him from the off, but then being familiar with the comics I knew what was coming so that probably influenced me to the TV show version.

Glad to see they've stuck with the redemption thing ... its really gonna make the Negan / Maggie thing interesting next season, if they do it right. He murdered her husband, but he's done a lot of good since. Tough one to resolve!

Of all the people in that story, the Negan&Megan conflict will surely be the most difficult one to solve. I have very little hope and think it´s almost impossible for her to forgive him. This being said, in hindsight I can now understand why he did what he did when you consider that Rick just killed so many of Negan´s Saviours previously without a real need for doing so.

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Reply #62 posted 10/12/20 2:38am

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I liked him from the off, but then being familiar with the comics I knew what was coming so that probably influenced me to the TV show version.

Glad to see they've stuck with the redemption thing ... its really gonna make the Negan / Maggie thing interesting next season, if they do it right. He murdered her husband, but he's done a lot of good since. Tough one to resolve!

Of all the people in that story, the Negan&Megan conflict will surely be the most difficult one to solve. I have very little hope and think it´s almost impossible for her to forgive him. This being said, in hindsight I can now understand why he did what he did when you consider that Rick just killed so many of Negan´s Saviours previously without a real need for doing so.


Definitely ... was so clever the way the TV show did it, with Abraham and Glenn being so beloved. Granted, it was needlessly brutal on Negan's part, but when you consider Rick's group killed way more of Negan's gang just on the say-so of another group without even speaking to Negan to hear his side of things, there was a lot of justification there.

I thought they should have done a flashback episode showing the background of some of the people Rick's gang murdered ... but then I don't suppose they wanted us to completely turn against Rick.

The Negan / Maggie thing wraps up really well in the comic. I've got a feeling they might do something similar on screen.

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Reply #63 posted 10/14/20 6:50am

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'The Walking Dead' star Lauren Cohan details dream "40-year time jump" ending

"You [could] sort of peel back and start on a close-up of some very elderly hands..."

By James McMahon

4th October 2020


Lauren Cohan returns to 'The Walking Dead' as Maggie in the season 10 finale 'A Certain Doom'. Credit: Alamy Lauren Cohan, who plays Maggie Rhee in AMC's The Walking Dead, has told NME about her hopes for the eventual end of the long-running post-apocalyptic drama.

Read More: The Walking Dead season 10 finale review: 'A Certain Doom' marks the beginning of the end

Cohan, who left the drama at the climax of season nine – alongside original cast member Andrew Lincoln – returns to the show in the final episode of season 10. Entitled 'A Certain Doom', it will air tonight (October 4) in the US and on FOX in the UK tomorrow. It was also recently announced that season 11 would be The Walking Dead's last – although several spin-offs and a series of films are planned for the franchise.

Asked how she would like to see the show conclude, Cohan said: "There's so many ways it could go and maybe I just don't really think it's over. I can't foresee the end! If we're just dreaming, I would love to see Rick [Andrew Lincoln] come back. That's how I'd love it to end, I'd love to see him land in a helicopter and Michonne [Danai Gurira] to be with him."

She also expressed her dream scenario for the end of her own character Maggie's story. "It would be really, really fun if we got to do a 40-year time jump," she said. "You sort of peel back and start on a close-up of some very elderly hands and it takes a minute to figure out whose they are."

She continued: "Once you realise whose [hands] they are, where they are and where the world is now and what that means and who's with her... maybe it's her final days. Maybe she doesn't die by a zombie? That's an idea."

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Reply #64 posted 10/26/20 11:04am

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Fear the Walking Dead showrunners on that Dwight and Sherry reunion
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Warning: This article contains spoilers about Sunday's episode of Fear the Walking Dead titled "Alaska."
http://www.msn.com/en-us/...ocid=ientp

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Talk about a misdirect. Sunday's "Alaska" episode of Fear the Walking Dead was one big build up to a reunion between Althea and her CRM bestie/possible love interest Isabelle. In an installment that felt like a cross between Die Hard and The Raid, Al and Dwight worked their way up a zombie and rat and bubonic plague ravaged office building floor by floor to get up to the roof so that Al could engineer a surprise rendezvous with Isabelle, whose helicopter would be checking in on a drop site.

Al made it to the top, but then realized she would be putting Isabelle at risk if she let her land the chopper due to the plague, so told her to turn around, putting their reunion on indefinite hold. But all was not lost. It turns out there was a box of cipro in the supply box on the roof — enough to treat Dwight, Al, and all the other sick folks in the building.

Not only that, but after one reunion was aborted, an even bigger one took place. The flare that Al shot up to warn off Isabelle was seen by none other than Dwight's wife Sherry, whom he has not seen since season 7 of The Walking Dead. Their emotional embrace closed out the episode.

It was another strong installment in what has turned out to be a resurgent season of the spin-off series, and one which left us with many questions. Where has Sherry been? Where do she and Dwight go now? And how would Isabelle have reacted if she had landed that helicopter on the roof? We asked those questions and more to Fear showrunners Andrew Chambliss and Ian Goldberg. Here's what they had to say.






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Reply #65 posted 10/26/20 1:24pm

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Is anyone enjoying World Beyond? I tried watching the first episode yesterday. 30 minutes into it I completely lost interest.
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Reply #66 posted 10/26/20 2:17pm

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kitbradley said:

Is anyone enjoying World Beyond? I tried watching the first episode yesterday. 30 minutes into it I completely lost interest.

'TWD: Where Are They Now?' would be more interesting lol

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Reply #67 posted 10/27/20 2:57pm

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kitbradley said:

Is anyone enjoying World Beyond? I tried watching the first episode yesterday. 30 minutes into it I completely lost interest.

Why?

(I haven´t watched it yet.)

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Reply #68 posted 10/27/20 3:35pm

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Has 'The Walking Dead' revealed the father of Rosita's unborn child? | NME

Is Rosita still alive?

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Reply #69 posted 10/29/20 1:24pm

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Is anyone enjoying World Beyond? I tried watching the first episode yesterday. 30 minutes into it I completely lost interest.

No,I haven't watched it yet.For some reason,I just can't get excited about the spin-offs confused

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