You are Negan when you wear this cool Walking Dead tee! The Walking Dead Saviors Negan Faux Patch T-Shirt is black with a raised print. Based on TV’s The Walking Dead, it features a badge-shaped faux patch with a skull and two crossed bats with barbed wire, like Negan’s weapon Lucille, and the words “Saviors” and “Negan” above and below. Fight the dead, fear Negan!
The Walking Dead Season Finale Sale! Shop now and take up to 15% off!! Continue reading The Walking Dead Finale Sale – Save Up to 15%
Badassery at it’s finest! Taken right from Episode 205 “Chupacabra” we have a Daryl costume tee showing off his Zombie trophies. Continue reading Just In: The Walking Dead Daryl Costume Tee
Michonne, walkers and sharp objects! Continue reading Watch Now: The Walking Dead Season 4 Sneak Peak
Reveal your inner zombie with this startling Walking Dead Beware I Bite Reversible Mask t-shirt! Continue reading Just In: New The Walking Dead Beware I Bite Reversible Mask Tee
The LA Times has one of those good news and bad news deals for fans of The Walking Dead. The good news, we are getting a season 4 (shocking seeing as it’s a ratings monster and well, it’s awesome) and the bad, Glen Mazarra, the Executive Producer, is leaving after Season 3. Continue reading Showrunner Glen Mazzara to Leave AMC’s ‘The Walking Dead’
First, AMC has announced that they’re going to renew the Zombie TV drama, The Walking Dead, for a 3rd season.
Season 2 continues to deliver the strongest telecasts for any drama in basic cable history against Adults 18-49 shattering a basic cable record set nearly 10 years ago for a single drama telecast (The Dead Zone). The Walking Dead is based on the comic book series written by Robert Kirkman and published by Image Comics. Glen Mazzara serves as series’ showrunner. Kirkman, Gale Anne Hurd, David Alpert and Frank Darabont are executive producers. Greg Nicotero is a co-executive producer. Continue reading AMC Renews The Walking Dead for a Third Season!
The New York Post said yesterday that Stephen King is possibly in talks to write for AMC’s The Walking Dead this season. That last bit was somewhat of a bummer, I figured they already had the scripts and would start production soon, still I take this as good news overall.
Stephen King is in talks to write for the surprise hit TV series “Walking Dead” this season, according to reports.
King is an unabashed fan of the series and called it one of the 10 best TV shows of 2010 in Entertainment Weekly.
The horror writer already has a strong connection to the series.
Its creator, screenwriter Frank Darabont, adapted King’s “Shawshank Redemption” and “The Green Mile” for the movies.
The series was supposed to be only a limited series of six episodes when it debuted last fall.
But it was an instant hit and cable channel AMC quickly asked for a new, longer season, now set to begin sometime this fall.
First, I just noticed that at 3:18 the scene is directly from a panel in the comic. Also the intro with the 1970 Judge getting trashed made me tear up a little…. love that car.
Based off the Robert Kirkman comic of the same name, The Walking Dead will officially air on AMC Sunday, October 31st 10PM ET & PT/9 PM C. The First show will be a full 90 minutes of fun loving Zombie action followed by 5 more episodes to fill out the season.
If you live in the Atlanta area, can moan and groan alot (and maybe say braiiiins), The Walking Dead TV series may be looking for you!
onlocationvacations.com put out the casting call (is that what you say?), have a read:
AMC’s upcoming original series, The Walking Dead, will begin filming in Atlanta, GA on June 2nd. So far, the network has ordered five episodes in addition to the pilot.
The series is an adaptation of Robert Kirkman’s novels in which an epidemic sweeps the globe and causes the dead to rise and eat the living. The story is not just filming in Atlanta, it is also set in Atlanta.
Locations scouts have chosen the Fairlie-Poplar District of the city to film a majority of the series since there is less traffic, yet it is still visually stimulating.
One of the scenes they will be filming in the neighborhood includes a main character arriving in a post-apocalyptic Atlanta. The city seems to be void of life when he arrives but he soon finds himself surrounded by the living dead and is quickly engaged in a tense fight to save his own life.
The final scenes of the pilot episode and scenes for the second episode would be filmed during daylight hours over the course of two (2) weekends. The first weekend would be scheduled for June 11–13; the second weekend is scheduled for July 2–4.
In order to film these scenes, the production will need to close Walton, Forsyth and Poplar Streets. The closure on Walton Street would extend from Cone Street to the west to Broad Street to the east. The closure for Forsyth Street would extend from Marietta Street to the south to Luckie Street to the north. The closure of Poplar would extend from Fairlie Street to the west to Broad Street to the east. The closures would begin at 7PM on Friday, June 11th through 5AM Monday, June 14th and from 7PM on Friday, July 2nd through 5AM, Monday, July 5th.
In the meantime, the production company is still looking for extras to appear as zombies in the series.
But, all extras must attend ZOMBIE SCHOOL! All of the “zombies’ who have been chosen so far have been put through the paces and have already been attending “class” all week, they’ve also been told they can’t discuss anything about the production and may be fired for even the slightest hint about the production on Twitter, FB, etc.
If you think you can handle being a zombie, you can email your information to email@example.com, you will need to have a “flexible schedule” from June to September.
If you spot zombies in Atlanta, let us know about it at firstname.lastname@example.org!