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...
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Will the secret that the Five rigged the presidential election come out on Scandal? — Hailee
NATALIE: That's what the — oh my goodness, I love what Shonda Rhimes calls them — Illuminati will hope to prevent in the coming episodes. "There's a splintering of the Illuminati in terms of everyone's agendas and what they're willing to do and who they feel is to blame," she says. "It becomes more fractured as it goes along, and it starts to feel like, for Olivia, that this is the one problem that she can't fix." Ruh-roh.
Got any scoop on Booth from Bones? — Whitney
ADAM: When I asked David Boreanaz about the nagging mystery of Booth's big secret — you know, the one between him and God — I was a bit surprised by the answer...
"I hate that word."
That's The Walking Dead executive producer Greg Nicotero's reaction when faced with the ever-growing online popularity of "Ricktatorship," a term that picked up steam after protagonist Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) proclaimed that the struggling group of zombie-apocalypse survivors were no longer living in a democracy last season. If they were going to survive, it was going to be under his authority. And thus, a Ricktatorship was born.
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That Ricktatorship is only implied when the AMC zombie drama returns Sunday (9/8c). The gang has been on the road for...
The Walking Dead and Breaking Bad will both participate in hour-long panels at Comic-Con this July, AMC announced Thursday.
The Walking Dead will take over Hall H for an afternoon panel moderated by Talking Dead host Chris Hardwick on Friday, July 13.