The Walking Dead 307 Sneak Peek 2 “When the Dead Come Knocking” HD (VIDEO):
Merle interrogates a badly beaten, but still-defiant Glenn.
Next Episode: When the Dead Come Knocking 307 (Synopsis)
The Governor presses for information. A new guest arrives at the prison, forcing Rick’s hand.
Sneak Peek Episode 307 The Walking Dead: When the Dead Come Knocking (VIDEO):
A wounded Michonne tries to blend in with walkers in this sneak peek from Episode 307. For more on The Walking Dead: http://www.amctv.com/shows/the-walking-dead
Some cool shots here of Michonne and the group of walkers that she’s blending in with until one of them smells the human blood from her bullet- inflicted leg wound. I have a feeling Rick is leaving her to die because he believes she’s been bitten. Michonne best speak up–and soon!
So…obviously someone changed their mind and offered Michonne assistance. She tells Rick of The Governor and that his lackey Merle has taken Glenn and Maggie. I’m betting though that she won’t call Merle by name in order to stretch out the suspense we feel about the inevitable meeting of Merle and Daryl. It’s gonna be cool because this is a very different Daryl that has evolved since last Merle saw him (back in season 1). Though Daryl doesn’t articulate it, Rick’s group is his family now. I’m sure he’ll be happy his bro is a breather but if anything, Merle is more sadistic and cruel than ever and Daryl is quite the opposite. I predict a major confrontation between the two though I’m betting it doesn’t come until the The Walking Dead half season finale on December 2. Should be very fun!
(CONTAINS SPOILERS) The Making of Episode 306, Hounded: Inside The Walking Dead VIDEO:
See the SFX makeup and stunt-work that went into Maggie and Glenn’s encounter with Merle in Episode 306.
(CONTAINS SPOILERS) Inside Episode 306 The Walking Dead: Hounded VIDEO:
Rick questions his sanity, Andrea and the Governor grow closer, while Glenn and Maggie are captured in Episode 306.
Update Casting NEWS:
The Wire alum Chad Coleman has been tapped to play fan-favorite character Tyreese in the zombie drama based on the comics created by Robert Kirkman, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.
Source: Hollywood Reporter
After the jump: Interview with Melissa McBride — ‘Carol Peletier’
|Q&A – Melissa McBride (Carol Peletier)
, who plays Carol
on AMC’s The Walking Dead, talks about learning to kill walkers this season and describes how she prepared for her rescue scene in Episode 6.
Q: Last year you told us how eager you were for Carol to get to use a weapon against a walker. Now that she’s a veteran, has it been everything you hoped it would be?
A: It’s everything I hoped for and a lot more. The psychology of it is interesting. My first zombie kill, at the fence, with a crowbar, it was so weird to put one down, that was the first time for me as an actor. It was kind of heart-breaking; I mean you know you have to do it, but always there’s this thought in the back of your mind like this is supposed to be somebody.
Q: Did you do any training to get in fighting shape for these scenes?
A: There wasn’t really practice, it was just getting acquainted with the gun, getting used to if there was any kind of kickback or anything. The difficult thing is if you’re putting down the walker with any kind of instrument in your hands — like the crowbar, or a machete — it has to be so precise, you don’t want to actually hurt anybody. The actors who play the walkers often can’t see much, but we practice those moves lots of times before we do it. Last season I smacked one of the zombies’ hands with a plank of wood, and I was petrified. But she was OK!
Q: Everyone talks about how hard the conditions are on set. How has this season stacked up?
A: Being in the prison as much as we have been is a relief from the heat, but at the same time, being outside like we were on the farm was nice. I guess I like being miserable; it just plays into what’s going on. We’re hot, we’re miserable and we’re sweaty.
Q: The chemistry between Carol and Daryl is pretty evident now. How do you and Norman Reedus get along off-camera?