Season 4 SPOILERS in A Look Ahead at The Walking Dead (VIDEO)
(SPOILERS) A Look Ahead: Inside The Walking Dead Season 4
The cast and crew promise more surprises in Season 4 of The Walking Dead, coming this fall.
Season 4 Zombie School: Inside The Walking Dead (VIDEO)
Executive Producer Greg Nicotero gives you a look inside Zombie School, where extras learn how to become undead. The Walking Dead returns this Fall.
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Last month, AMC.com shared some never-seen-before pics from the Season 3 set of The Walking Dead. Now you can check out an additional sixteen behind-the-scenes photos from the second half of Season 3, including Merle and Daryl’s arena fight, Rick’s feed store encounter with the Governor and more candid pics of cast members Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, David Morrissey, Laurie Holden, and Steven Yeun.
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First Look Photo From the Set of The Walking Dead Season 4
What do you think? That walker behind Rick has very much a ‘Lori Grimes’ look to her. Do you think Rick has resolved his ‘dead Lori’ issues or will they (quite literally) come back to haunt him in The Walking Dead Season 4? Do you have an opinion about Rick being a head case or a fearless leader–or do you like him best when he’s a little of both?
AMC recently released a First Look photo from The Walking Dead Season 4, featuring Andrew Lincoln as Rick Grimes back to work on the set in Atlanta, GA. Season 4 of The Walking Deadreturns to AMC in October of this year. The cast and crew began production on May 6.
The Walking Dead is based on the comic book series created and written by Robert Kirkman and published by Skybound, Kirkman’s imprint at Image Comics. The Walking Dead Season 3 out-delivered everything on television including The Big Bang Theory, The Voice, Game of Thrones, Modern Family, and almost doubled The Bible for the broadcast season for adults 18-49.
AFTER THE JUMP: ‘Dispatches From the Season 4 Set of The Walking Dead’ and All-new season 3 Behind-the Scenes PHOTOS!
The Walking Dead’s Props Master John Sanders talks about the strangest items he’s found for the show and the new method of killing walkers that he’s got in store for Season 4.
Q: As the guy in charge of all the props, what are some staples that bear your mark?
A: The new crossbow for Daryl — I altered that one for the show. I took Norman [Reedus] to a bow range for him to shoot. I was kind of showing off with the guys there, and I was showing him some of the top-end crossbows. I let him shoot the Stryker 380, and once he shot that he had me take pictures of him and had me send them to the producers, and immediately it got in the works that we wanted him to have it. Michonne’s sword I actually helped design between Season 2 and Season 3. I used some friends of mine at United Cutlery to help me. I knew it was a huge piece in the show, so I wanted to make something really iconic and add some elements that are really closer to my heart. The triple goddess and the trinity of life; those things are important to me in my life, and close to my wife.
Q: Do you find the actors getting attached to their character’s weapons?
A: Andy [Lincoln] is very specific about the Python. He wants that gun on him every second of the day, when he can have it. He stays on set most of the time, so we pretty much let him walk around with that gun, and keep that in-character feel all day long. Norman always carries his knife all day long, same thing. And when he has the crossbow or the motorcycle, he likes to be in character, also. Michael Rooker when he died really wanted his bayonet prosthetic. Everybody wants a little memento, especially big character things, but we can’t really let them go.
Q: There are certain situations where you use rubber guns and knives. Does that mean there are particular situations when you use real knives and real guns?