Yesterday we told you that The Walking Dead had begun production on its fourth season in Georgia. Now, we're getting our first look at the new season. AMC has released a behind-the-scenes video featuring Executive Producer (and special effects master) Greg Nicotero that shows us just what it takes to become a walker on the show.
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The cast and crew of The Walking Dead have returned to Georgia where filming of the 4th season of the hit zombie drama began this morning. And while we don't have any photos from today's filming, we do have these awesome behind-the-scenes shots from season 3. Take a look:
Scott Wilson (Hershel) and Greg Nicotero (Executive Producer)
Kevin Wasner (Special FX Makeup Artist), Greg Nicotero (Executive Producer) and IronE Singleton (T-Dog)
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Funko is releasing an adorable line of 7" Pop! Plush figures based on a few of The Walking Dead's most popular characters (both living and undead). The plush line features a cuddly poncho-wearing Daryl Dixon, Rick Grimes, Well Zombie and Bicycle Girl.
The Walking Dead plushies will be available in stores beginning July 1st for $9.99, but you can pre-order yours now from Entertainment Earth. Tell Me More!
The Wire's Lawrence Gilliard Jr. has officially signed on to join the rest of our survivors for season 4 of The Walking Dead. Gilliard will play the role of Bob Stookey, a former Army medic who is deeply haunted by his past- both pre and post zombie apocalypse. His character is described as a loner, who puts up a charming facade to hide just how troubled he really is. Stookey was also featured in The Walking Dead comics. He was a resident of Woodbury who became invaluable to the Governor after Tell Me More!
Diamond Select Toys and Art Asylum will release the fourth line of The Walking Dead comic series Minimates this August. The new series features two of the comics most popular characters: the Governor and Michonne.
The assortment includes four different two-packs, each retailing for around $10. The line-up includes: Prison Lori with Shoulder Zombie, the Governor with Gabe, Alice with Shoulder Zombie and Michonne (wearing her famous poncho) with Bruce.
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Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) is one of the most popular characters on The Walking Dead, so it comes as little surprise that Gentle Giant has decided to create a bust in the lovable redneck's image.
Straight from the screen to your shelf, Gentle Giant Ltd. is proud to bring you the roguish Daryl Mini Bust. This beautiful and intricate bust is digitally sculpted and cold cast using only the highest quality synthetic polystone. From Daryl’s signature sleeveless tee shirt to his deadly Tell Me More!
Earlier this year McFarlane Toys and AMC revealed the design of The Walking Dead Season 3 Blu-Ray set, and it was nothing short of awesome. Take a look:
The limited edition set allows you to set up your own creepy walker head aquariums at home, just as the Governor did. You can even arrange the 5 decaying heads however you choose. Once you've done that, simply add water, sit back and relax. The aquariums even light up! This set is truly a must-have for any Walking Dead fan. A release date Tell Me More!
McFarlane toys has just released photos of their newest wave of Walking Dead action figures based on AMC's hit television show. The figures are set to be released in the fall, and the line includes Carl Grimes, The Governor, Andrea, Riot Gear Zombie, and Riot Gear Gas Mask Zombie in addition to a new two pack featuring everyone's favorite set of brother, Merle and Daryl Dixon. The figures boast 20-22 points of articulation and the accuracy of facial features is due to a 3D scan of the each actor's Tell Me More!
It's been a little over a week since the season finale of The Walking Dead aired, and many of us are already feeling the pains of withdrawal. Thankfully, photographer Terry Richardson has something to dull that pain a bit.
Richardson recently did a photo shoot with Norman Reedus, aka Daryl Dixon, where he captured these gorgeous shots:
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This Saturday after a new episode of Doctor Who, The Nerdist's BBC show is going to be zombie themed for The Walking Dead. In keeping with the zombie theme, they had Karen Gillan (former Doctor Who companion, Amy Pond), made up to look like a zombie advertising a new skincare line called z'Ombeal, because as Karen states, being undead is no reason to give up on beauty.
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