In order to enter Andrew Lincoln's trailer on the Senoia, Georgia, set of The Walking Dead, you must first step on a Duck Dynasty welcome mat — not exactly the greeting you'd expect from the 40-year-old British graduate of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. "[Costar] Norman [Reedus] gave it to me because...
Do you have what it takes to survive the zombie apocalypse? Beginning on Sept. 20, visitors to Universal Studios in Hollywood and Orlando can test their endurance in the terrifying new Walking Dead: No Safe Haven interactive maze as a part of the theme park's annual Halloween Horror Nights festivities.
"We're placing you, the guest, in the footsteps of the human survivors on the show," says Halloween Horror Nights creative director John Murdy. "When you go through these mazes, you don't see the human characters, you are the human characters and you're living it for real."
Season 4 of The Walking Dead, premiering in October, promises to introduce new kinds of walkers we haven't seen before on the grisly AMC thriller, including a zombie baby.
"There's a little hint of that in the premiere," says Danai Gurira (Michonne). Executive producer Gregory Nicotero says the series almost went there last season when Daryl and Maggie searched for baby formula at a day-care center.
In a surprising turn of events, Rick and The Governor will meet for a possible peace treaty on Sunday's episode of The Walking Dead. If you think there's no way The Governor (David Morrisey) would actually stick to his word, you're not the only one.
Abandoned cars, tattered clothes, busted baby dolls and plastic dinosaurs litter a graffiti-covered bridge spanning Senoia, Georgia's Yellow Jacket Creek on this sweltering August day. In the middle of the road leading to it, a horde of menacing walkers closes in on a helpless family trapped inside a broken-down hatchback, and The Walking Dead coexecutive producer and special-effects whiz Greg Nicotero is calling for more gore.
"I'm gonna need two more bodies and blood!" he yells to a production assistant as he dips his hand in a bucket and stirs the crimson concoction that will sub for brain matter. As makeup artists load the goop into a zombie "crush head," Nicotero positions himself under...