The Walking Dead Trailer Teases Season 10’s Six Extra Episodes – Screen Rant

AMC releases a teaser for the six new season 10 episodes of The Walking Dead, the first of which, "Home Sweet Home," premieres February 28.

AMC has released a teaser for The Walking Dead season 10's six bonus episodes. Although the Whisperer War storyline has come to a close, the show will focus on some specific characters before diving into the Commonwealth arc in season 11. One of these bonus episodes will show Negan's past, and even features Jeffrey Dean Morgan's real life spouse as Lucille, the character's wife.

Later in 2021 will mark 11 years since The Walking Dead premiered on television. The show has adapted almost all the major storylines in the comics, from the prison arc, to All Out War. All the while, it has featured strong performances and characters being ingrained in popular culture. Perhaps as a surprise to some, the show will come to an end in season 11. The Walking Dead will live on in spinoff shows and films, but the main program will conclude. For comic readers, this isn't surprising, as Commonwealth was the last arc before the final issue's timeskip. Before Commonwealth, fans will get to enjoy six bonus episodes exploring certain team ups and character backstories. The first of these bonus episodes airs February 28.

Related: What Was Daryl Like Before The Outbreak? Walking Dead Backstory Explained

A teaser for The Walking Dead season 10's six bonus episodes has been released, preparing viewers for the upcoming storylines. Sadly, there's no footage, but the major characters have dialogue teasing what to expect. Check out the teaser below.

It's easy to see the storylines being teased here. For example, the teaser shows Gabriel and Aaron together. The two will be the center focus in "One More." Meanwhile, it sounds like Princess' backstory will be covered in "Splinter." Fans of Daryl and Carol should enjoy "Diverged" based on the description. The second episode of the six, "Find Me" will dive into the time Daryl "left the group after Rick disappeared." Daryl saying, "I'm not gonna stop 'till I find out," probably references his search for Rick. No footage from these episodes has been shown, but AMC has released in-production videos, including one for "Diverged."

These six bonus episodes should do a good job further developingThe Walking Dead characters that appear in them. Daryl and Carol had a rocky relationship toward the latter half of season 10, so it will be interesting seeing where "Diverged" leaves them. "Here's Negan" should be incredibly interesting, as it looks to detail the backstory of one of the show's most popular characters. Of course, probably one of the most highly anticipated scenes coming up is Maggie's reaction to Negan being out in "Home Sweet Home." There are quite a few things to look forward to before the Commonwealth storyline takes the focus in The Walking Dead season 11 later this year.

Next: The Walking Dead Season 11 Villains Can Save Ezekiel From Dying

Source: The Walking Dead

Marvel Stars Surprise WandaVision Cast With Their Own Fan Questions

Daniel is a News Writer at Screen Rant. He covers movie and TV news of varying subjects. You can also find his work over at another Valnet site: TheGamer, where he writes news articles and video game reviews. In the past, he's written for ComicBookMovie, Unleash the Fanboy, and 411 Mania. Daniel graduated from Thomas Edison State University with a B.A. in Communications. He loves science fiction, and comic book movies. However, his main interest is Japanese monster movies, known as kaiju films. He knows all about the Godzilla series, and can talk about it for hours upon end. His reviews and retrospectives on Godzilla have been published in G-FAN. Besides Godzilla, he enjoys watching Ultraman, the ultimate superhero.When he's not watching a Godzilla movie, Daniel can be found playing his Nintendo Switch or reading comics. He also enjoys a good anime. He can be contacted directly at djdjalvarez(at)gmail(dot)com.

More:
The Walking Dead Trailer Teases Season 10's Six Extra Episodes - Screen Rant


Reviewed and Recommended by Erik Baquero
Posted in The Walking Dead| Comments Off on The Walking Dead Trailer Teases Season 10’s Six Extra Episodes – Screen Rant

The Walking Dead Almost Killed Off Rick Instead of Shane – Screen Rant

The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman revealed that he almost made the decision to kill Rick off early in the series instead of Shane.

The Walking Dead nearly had a very differentbeginning to the iconic comic series. The comic book's creator Robert Kirkman revealed this week that he considered killing Rick Grimes instead of Shane Walsh early on in its run and explained how he would have made the bold decision - and it was equally as violent as how things actually played out for the two characters.

The Walking Dead comic series first debuted back in 2003 with Kirkman working alongside Tony Moore for the first six issues. Charlie Adlard would take over art duties from issue seven until the series' final issue, with the comic being wildly successful, winning multiple Eisner Award's and getting adapted into an uber-popular TV series (with multiple spinoffs), video games, novels, and more. The main protagonist Rick Grimes nearly made it to the end of the comic series, as he was shockingly killed off in issue #192 - however, it could have been a lot sooner if Kirkman went withhis alternate plans for the character.

Related:The Walking Dead: Who Really Survives In The End

In the reprinted, colorized edition ofThe Walking Dead Deluxe#6 (H/T ComicBook.com), Kirkman wrote about an alternate storyline that would have involved killing Rick instead of Shane. In the comics, Rick kills Shane, his former partner with the police, but Kirkman said he considered Shane killing Rick instead - with Carl finding them in the woods just as it was about to happen. Shane wouldn't have seen Carl and it would create some serious tension throughout the comic. He wrote that Shane would have been the first big villain of the book.

Rather than Carl killing Shane, I considered having Carl find them in the woods just as Shane was killing RICK. That's right I considered killing Rick Grimes as early as issue No. 6

Shane wouldn't have known Carl had seen him, so there would have been a lot of tense exchanges between the two of them," Kirkman explained. Shane would have been the first real big villain in the book, and he would have been with the group, on the same side as them, the enemy sleeping the next tent over.

The ripple effect of Shane killing off Rick just six issues intoThe Walking Deadwould have been huge. Would Shane become the de facto leader? Would Carl's ultimate mission be to avenge his father and would he succeed? Would he become the main character of the series? Would the series been as popular and had a television adaption if Rick was killed off? Killing Rick so soon after he awakensin the middle of a zombie apocalypse would be perfectly fitting for the dark series but it makes sense why Kirkman went with different plans.

Kirkman is never afraid to pull the rug from under readers feet with shocking decisions and deaths - especially in The Walking Dead. But in this case, he made the right choice and killed Shane off instead of Rick. It's impossible to imagine just how different the story and it's adaptations would be if he went through with the alternate plan. Thankfully,The Walking Deadstill lives on more than a decade-and-a-half after it first debuted.

Next:The Walking Dead: Carl's Daughter Has A Special Name

Source: ComicBook.com

King in Black Reveals The Venom Secret Not Everyone Knows

Liam McGuire is a comics editor for Screen Rant. He has worked for numerous publications including Cineplex Canada, MLB.com, Vice, CBR.com, and more. You can reach out to him directly at liam.m@screenrant.com

Link:
The Walking Dead Almost Killed Off Rick Instead of Shane - Screen Rant


Reviewed and Recommended by Erik Baquero
Posted in The Walking Dead| Comments Off on The Walking Dead Almost Killed Off Rick Instead of Shane – Screen Rant

The Walking Dead Extended Season 10 Extras Will Be Streaming Exclusives on AMC+ – ComicBook.com

The Walking Dead behind-the-scenes content and other extras will be available exclusively to AMC+ streaming subscribers, including special features taking viewers inside the six new episodes extending season 10 in February. These previously announced episodes, which begin airing on television starting February 28, will debut early every Thursday on AMC+ beginning February 25. Subscribers to the AMC+ premium streaming bundle will unlock ad-free access to the first 16 episodes of The Walking Dead season 10 and recent episodes of spin-offs Fear the Walking Dead and TWD: World Beyond, in addition to streaming-exclusive bonus content that will be available starting in February.

Content available now on AMC+ includes the first 16 episodes of The Walking Dead season 10; The Walking Dead: Episode Diaries, a re-watch of the season with never-before-seen interviews from the cast and creators; the first seven episodes of Fear season 6; the 10-episode first season of World Beyond; and the streaming exclusive Walking Dead Holiday Special that debuted in December with Talking Dead host Chris Hardwick.

Starting in February, streaming exclusives will include The Walking Dead: Making the Extended 10th Season and Season 10 New Episodes with AMC+ Exclusive Episode Insiders. The six new episodes will air without extras on the AMC network on Sundays at 9 pm ET/8c starting February 28.

"Last on The Walking Dead, we witnessed the fall of Alpha (Samantha Morton) and the end of the Whisperers War. The Kingdom had fallen, Hilltop was virtually destroyed and Alexandria abandoned to prepare for final battle," reads a synopsis for The Walking Dead extended season 10. "Our survivors were trapped and separated from one another. Yet, when faced with almost certain death, they rallied together to fight, killing Beta (Ryan Hurst) and eliminating the threat of the horde."

The synopsis continues, "In these six new episodes, we find our survivors trying to pick themselves up by their bootstraps following the destruction the Whisperers left in their wake. The years of struggle weigh upon them as past traumas surface, exposing their more vulnerable sides. As they question the state of humanity, the state of their collective community, and the states of their minds, will they find the inner strength to persevere with their lives, friendships, and group intact?"

The six episodes feature cast members Norman Reedus, Melissa McBride, Lauren Cohan, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Khary Payton, Ross Marquand, Seth Gilliam, and more. Previously announced new guest stars this season include Robert Patrick, Okea Eme-Akwari, Lynn Collins, Miles Mussenden, Rodney Rowland, and Hilarie Burton Morgan.

Follow the author @CameronBonomolo on Twitter for all things TWD. The Walking Dead returns to AMC with new episodes on Sunday, February 28.

Excerpt from:
The Walking Dead Extended Season 10 Extras Will Be Streaming Exclusives on AMC+ - ComicBook.com


Reviewed and Recommended by Erik Baquero
Posted in The Walking Dead| Comments Off on The Walking Dead Extended Season 10 Extras Will Be Streaming Exclusives on AMC+ – ComicBook.com

Updates From WandaVision, The Walking Dead, and More – Gizmodo

What good can come of this lie, Wanda?Screenshot: Marvel StudiosMorning SpoilersIf theres news about upcoming movies and television youre not supposed to know, youll find it in here.

Netflix has dropped a bunch of new info for movies hitting the platform this year, including the return of a TMNT classic for the Rise movie. Batwomans showrunner teases some comic book foes for season two. Plus, get a look at Into the Darks Valentines special, and whats to come when Maggie returns to The Walking Dead. Spoilers now!

According to Deadline, Michael Pea will replace Stanley Tucci in Moonfall Roland Emmerichs moon-out-of-orbit disaster moviedue to government-imposed travel restrictions related to covid-19.

Entertainment Weekly reports Amanda Seyfried, James Norton, Natalia Dyer, Rhea Seehorn, Alex Neustaedter, and F. Murray Abraham will star in Things Heard and Seen, a supernatural thriller at Netflix from directors Robert Pulcini and Shari Springer Berman. Based on the novel All Things Cease to Appear by Elizabeth Brundage, the story follows a Manhattan couple who move to a historic hamlet in the Hudson Valley and come to discover that their marriage has a sinister darkness, one that rivals their new homes history.

G/O Media may get a commission

Netflix has released a synopsis for Theres Someone Inside Your House, an upcoming film adaptation of the Stephanie Perkins novel directed by Patrick Brice (Creep, Creep 2).

Makani Young has moved from Hawaii to quiet, small-town Nebraska to live with her grandmother and finish high school, but as the countdown to graduation begins, her classmates are stalked by a killer intent on exposing their darkest secrets to the entire town, terrorizing victims while wearing a life-like mask of their own face. With a mysterious past of her own, Makani and her friends must discover the killers identity before they become victims themselves.

[Bloody-Disgusting]

According to Deadline, Skydance is now shopping Chris MacKays The Tomorrow War to online streaming services.

Joe Carnahans Boss Levelstarring Frank Grillo, Mel Gibson, and Naomi Wattsis now set for a March 5 release date on Hulu. [/Film]

A trailer for Netflixs 2021 roster of original films includes first looks at the upcoming Fear Street trilogy, Mary Elizabeth Winsteads assassin movie, Kate, and Alexandre Ajas O2, starring Mlanie Laurent as a woman running out of oxygen in a medical cryo unit.

Buffy the Vampire Slayers Emma Caulfield revealed she has a mysterious, yet-to-be-disclosed role in WandaVision.

NBC has reportedly ordered La Breathe show about a family sucked into an unexplainable primeval world through a sinkholeto series. [TV Line]

Nickelodeon has released a synopsis for its upcoming Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie based on the reportedly canceled series.

Variety has a new image from Tentacles, this years Valentines Day episode of Into the Dark starring Dana Drori and Casey Deidrick as a couple who fall head over heels into a new romance...until their intimacy transforms into something terrifying.

In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, showrunner Caroline Dries confirmed Black Mask and the False Face Society will appear in the second season of Batwoman.

We have a couple big bads this season. One, [who] we teed up midway through last season, is this woman Safiyah, and shes sort of Alices Achilles Heel. And ultimately yes with the False Face Society, we will see the leader of this gang as Black Mask later on in the season.

While Ryan never used drugs, she was in a relationship where somebody was using drugs and its ultimately what got Ryan put away in jail. So, its this idea that Ryan is this innocent woman and if she were white, per se, she might not have had the same punishment [that] she, as an innocent Black woman, had to go through. Thats a huge piece of her backstory, so thats something were exploring this year. Batwoman has this particular vendetta against the False Face Society because the idea of drugs permeating the city and nobody taking any responsibility for it strikes at her core.

Entertainment Weekly also has an image of Alices Achilles Heel, Safiyah.

Spoiler TV has photos from Home Sweet Home, the February 28 episode of The Walking Dead. Click through for more.

Finally, AMC has released a trailer for the six additional episodes of The Walking Deads tenth season.

Banner art by Jim Cook

Read more from the original source:
Updates From WandaVision, The Walking Dead, and More - Gizmodo


Reviewed and Recommended by Erik Baquero
Posted in The Walking Dead| Comments Off on Updates From WandaVision, The Walking Dead, and More – Gizmodo

Walking Deads Andrew Lincoln Confronts Tragedy In New Movie Trailer – Screen Rant

The first trailer for Netflix's Penguin Bloom sees The Walking Dead's Andrew Lincoln enduring a different kind of tragedy alongside Naomi Watts.

Netflix has released the first trailer for Penguin Bloom, Andrew Lincoln's first film since departing The Walking Dead. Lincoln's career goes all the way back to the mid-90s, with roles on screens both big and small. Despite that, he achieved more global recognition for his role as tortured group leader, Rick Grimes, on AMC's post-apocalyptic series. After nearly a decade, however, Lincoln departed the show. It was then announced that three Walking Dead movies centered around Rick were planned.

In the meantime, Lincoln signed on for several new projects. The first would see him play Australian photographer Cameron Bloom. Equally based on a book (written by Bloom and Bradley Trevor Grieve), Penguin Bloom saw Cameron and his family endure a different kind of tragedy. After his wife, Sam (Naomi Watts) was paralyzed in a tragic accident the family struggled to move forward as she succumbed to depression. Fortunately, hope and solace came in the form of an injured magpie the aiding of which served to bring Sam and her family back to life (in a less zombified fashion). Netflix has since released the first trailer, which can be seen below:

Related: Why Andrew Lincoln Left The Walking Dead During Season 9

Directed by Glendyn Ivin, the film also stars Griffin Murray-Johnston as Noah Bloom, Felix Cameron as Rueben Bloom, Abe Clifford-Barr as Oli Bloom, Rachel House as Gaye Hatfield, Leeanna Waisman as Kylie, Lisa Hensley as Bron, and Jacki Weaver as Sam's mother Jan. Penguin Bloom is scheduled for a wide release via Netflix on January 27, 2021.

More: Every New Movie Releasing On Netflix In 2021

Source: Netflix

TikTok Uses Math To Prove Padm Should Be The Strongest Star Wars Character

John Atkinson has been a news and feature writer for Screen Rant since late 2018. Before that, he had articles published across a number of different outlets. A graduate of the University of London, John was raised on a small island by television and movies. As such, he pursued a career in screenwriting and film journalism when it became apparent that actually becoming Spider-Man was impossible. John's fondest wish is to one day produce a film of his own. Until then, he's more than happy to spend countless hours just talking about them. John's love of film and television defies genre and sometimes even logic. Nothing is off-limits to his passion - be it Marvel, DC, Rian Johnson's Star Wars, or Tommy Wiseau's latest cinematic offering. Away from screens, John can often be found in a park reading mystery and/or fantasy novels, jumping up and down at various music events, or thinking too deeply about Keanu Reeves' career and why Edgar Wright doesn't have an Oscar.

Go here to see the original:
Walking Deads Andrew Lincoln Confronts Tragedy In New Movie Trailer - Screen Rant


Reviewed and Recommended by Erik Baquero
Posted in The Walking Dead| Comments Off on Walking Deads Andrew Lincoln Confronts Tragedy In New Movie Trailer – Screen Rant

The Walking Dead Morgan Jones is Back With threezero – Bleeding Cool News

Morgan Jones from the hit AMC television series The Walking Dead as threezero unveils their newest figure. Threezero continues to expand their undead universe as Morgan joins the fight of the undead. The figure will stand roughly 12 inches tall and features a head sculpt with a likeness to actor Khary Payton. The Walking Dead figure will feature tailored cloth and high amounts of articulation. His appearance is based on The Walking Dead Season 7 with the added body armor and pads. Morgan will come with his own arsenal, too, with his iconic wooden stick, a rifle with sights, a pistol with a holster, and a hunting knife with a sheath. This is one The Walking Dead figure that fans will not want to miss out on and will be a great addition to your threezero TWD collection.

Morgan Jones has been on quite a journey since he originally met Rick Grimes in Season 1. Morgan was so popular take he even got moved to another The Walking Dead show with Fear the Walking Dead. Now collectors can expand his adventures by adding him to their own collection, and pre-orders for him are already live. The Walking Dead Morgan Jones 1/6 Scale Figure from threezero is priced at $174.99. He is set to release in the 3rd quarter of 2021, and links are live and located here. Don't miss out on other TWD 1/6 scale figures with Ezekiel, Abraham, and more!

"From The Walking Dead TV series comes an amazing 1/6 scale figure of Morgan Jones based on his appearance in season 7! This articulated 12-inch figure features real fabric clothing and hands for holding his gun and staff. His head sculpt features an incredibly realistic likeness to actor Khary Payton and reproduces highly intricate details in his clothing and accessories. This figure is perfect for any Walking Dead fan!"

Contents

Costume

Weapons

He has been the Collectibles Editor since late 2019. Funko Funatic, Historian, Air Force Veteran, and dedicated collector of many things.

twitter envelope

Continued here:
The Walking Dead Morgan Jones is Back With threezero - Bleeding Cool News


Reviewed and Recommended by Erik Baquero
Posted in The Walking Dead| Comments Off on The Walking Dead Morgan Jones is Back With threezero – Bleeding Cool News

The Walking Dead and Donald Trump – The Daily LITG, 10th January 2021 – Bleeding Cool News

Welcome to the Daily LITG. The world can seem like a terrible and strange place sometimes, but there are highlights. At Bleeding Cool you can still read all about comics, merch, TV shows, games, movies and more. Whether that's The Walking Dead, America burningor more, the Daily Lying In The Gutters remains a long-running run around the day before and the day ahead. You can sign up to receive it as an e-mail here.

And we reported the name of the Metal sequel for the first time.

While X-Men was bringing back lost mutants

Founder of Bleeding Cool. The longest-serving digital news reporter in the world, since 1992. Author of The Flying Friar, Holed Up, The Avengefuls, Doctor Who: Room With A Deja Vu, The Many Murders Of Miss Cranbourne, Chase Variant. Lives in South-West London, works from Blacks on Dean Street, shops at Piranha Comics. Father of two. Political cartoonist.

twitter facebook square instagram globe

Read more:
The Walking Dead and Donald Trump - The Daily LITG, 10th January 2021 - Bleeding Cool News


Reviewed and Recommended by Erik Baquero
Posted in The Walking Dead| Comments Off on The Walking Dead and Donald Trump – The Daily LITG, 10th January 2021 – Bleeding Cool News

Attorney on Bones and Walking Dead Profits Cases Sues Her Former Law Firm – Variety

An attorney who worked on two high-profile profit participation lawsuits has filed a suit against her former law firm, alleging she was never paid her fair share of the legal fees from those cases.

Mansi Shah worked on the Bones lawsuit for Kasowitz Benson Torres LLP. The case resulted in a $179 million arbitration judgment against Fox, though the award was later slashed to $50 million by an L.A. Superior Court judge, and ultimately settled out of court. She also worked on the Walking Dead profits case, representing AMC Networks in its long-running fight with show creator Frank Darabont.

Shah co-founded the law firms entertainment practice group in 2013 with John Berlinski, after both left NBCUniversal. According to the suit, they built up a lucrative practice representing profit participants against studios.

Shah says she was the only non-white partner in the firms Los Angeles office, and one of only a few nationwide. She alleges that she soon found herself cut off from the opportunities afforded to white partners. She resigned from the firm in May 2016 and now works for Warner Bros.

Shah alleges that Kasowitz Benson is now employing Hollywood studio tactics to deny her share of the fees from her work.

Ironically, now that Ms. Shah is no longer at the Firm, it has chosen to engage in the same delay and denial tactics it routinely accuses Hollywood studios of employing, in an attempt to avoid its clear contractual and fiduciary obligation to pay Ms. Shah her agreed upon share of the significant revenues generated by the matters she originated with Mr. Berlinski, the suit alleges.

Under her contract, Shah was entitled to 6.25% of all fees above $1 million generated by her work with Berlinski, up to $500,000 per year. She alleges that she is owed the full $500,000 for each of her two years there, including fees from the Bones and Walking Dead cases. She also represented Genting Malaysia Berhad, which later sued Fox over a theme park near Kuala Lumpur.

The suit states that the firm initially refused to pay Shah any of her cut of the fees, saying she had given up those rights by resigning. The firm later relented and paid her small amounts, eventually totaling $282,020. The firm has offered to pay her another $324,739, but has not done so, according to the claim.

Shah claims that Kasowitz Benson Torres LLP still owes her more than $717,980, plus interest.

Continued here:
Attorney on Bones and Walking Dead Profits Cases Sues Her Former Law Firm - Variety


Reviewed and Recommended by Erik Baquero
Posted in The Walking Dead| Comments Off on Attorney on Bones and Walking Dead Profits Cases Sues Her Former Law Firm – Variety

Review: Bridge Constructor: The Walking Dead – Movies Games and Tech

- Advertisement -

Bridge Constructor: The Walking Dead is a good game. Some might expect that this game is lacklustre attempt to expand the already saturated Walking Dead universe. Raising an eyebrow to another Zombie videogame. But this is not the case and is no ordinary zombie game. It is a fun, intricate and smart bridge simulator and puzzle game. That deserves the spotlight.

Dead-ication is key

Bridge constructor: The Walking Dead is a bridge-building simulator at its heart, but a particularly clever one at that. From starting the beginning tutorial levels of the game. I was quickly impressed by the bridge/puzzle mechanics the game brings to the table. Resulting in intricate level design and presenting a real challenge. To complete a level, you have to manage to get your controllable characters to a checkpoint. While killing any walkers (zombies). Doing this requires intricatebridge-building skills to get a perfect balance between saving your players and defeating enemies.

An example would be to create a bridge that allows your player to cross a particular area. At the same time simultaneously pulls a specific large object onto the walkers. Killing them due to the characters weight on the bridge effectively pulling the object onto the walkers. This smart and sophisticated level design mixed with bridge and puzzle mechanics makes this game stand out. At multiple points during levels, I found myself completely surprised at the intricacy needed to complete a level, through building the perfect bridge.

Likewise, the variation in materials used in building bridges and your characters offensive capabilities such as bombs. Makes for a fun, challenging and fulfilling bridge-building simulator. Bridge constructor: The Walking Dead also has a great cartoon style vibe. It looks great with a story spread across its several chapters. Although it isnt as profound as storytelling goes compared to its Telltale counterparts, it offers some story nonetheless.

A bone to pick

However, on the flip side, despite me singing the games praises, it has flaws. Firstly, although it plays okay on the console, it is better suited to the PC or mobile. The controls on console seemed clunky, making it a reasonably arbitrary process to build bridges. At multiple times, I became frustrated at the characters movement mechanics and how long it took to connect two wood pieces. It, therefore, needs better optimisation for consoles in terms of its controls. Likewise, Im not sure about the games replayability and longevity either. You have a several chapter campaign, and thats it. Once you master a level, there is no need to go back without endgame content such as a level builder or other challenge options. Players dont need to come back to ita shame for such a cleverly designed game.

Verdict

Overall, Bridge constructor: The Walking Dead is not just another addition to its already saturated entertainment franchise. It is a creative, intricate and well-designed game. That offers notable fun and challenge despite replayability issues and a relatively poor console optimisation. It is a good game. There needs to be more attention given to it.

Link:
Review: Bridge Constructor: The Walking Dead - Movies Games and Tech


Reviewed and Recommended by Erik Baquero
Posted in The Walking Dead| Comments Off on Review: Bridge Constructor: The Walking Dead – Movies Games and Tech

Zack Snyders zombie film overshadows The Walking Dead – The Courier

If Zack Snyder is currently busy with the famous Justice League Snyder Cut, which is eagerly awaited by his fans, the director of Man of Steel and Batman vs. Superman doesnt forget his other big project: Army of the Dead, his zombie film for Netflix to be revealed with new pictures.

As a filmmaker who was particularly valued for the very sophisticated aesthetics of his plans, Zack Snyder quickly became the great architect of the DC Extented Universe. If the American director quickly became one of the great specialists in adapting comics to cinema (300, Watchmen), then he does not seem tied to any particular genre.

We told you a few months ago: Zack Snyder decided to return to his first love by directing Army of the Dead for Netflix, the sequel to his first feature film: Dawn of the Dead. A project that we are following with great interest for several reasons.

First of all, if Dawn of the Dead may not be Zack Snyders most successful film, it is still the film the filmmaker seemed the freest one for. The director does not feel compelled to re-record an existing work shot by shot, as was the case with the adaptation of the comic by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons. And unlike the DCEU films, Zack Snyder wasnt restricted by the studio that added another free electron: James Gunn, the future director of the Guardians of the Galaxy two shutters, who signed the script for the film. .

Second, because Dawn of the Dead was an effective remake of George A. Romeros masterpiece of the same name. If Snyder took some distance from the anti-capitalist discourse of Romeros film, Dawn of the Dead still managed to capture the essence of zombie films and give the viewer a real serve. This shows the opening scene of the film which is a real lesson in the cinema.

After all, because Army of the Dead is supposed to be the starting point of a new expanded zombie universe produced by Netflix. It is absolutely exciting to see the various networks try to reproduce the Marvel wonder on the small screen in an attempt to crush the competition.

Entertainment Weekly magazine not only published two never-before-seen photos of the film, but also gave an interview to Zack Snyder in which the director confided that Army of the Dead will be a film at the intersection of two highly codified genres: the zombie film and the robbery film .

Its a real zombie heist film in itself, its a genre film within a genre film. So you expect pure zombie mayhem and get 100% it. [] We tried to do with all tropes of the genre.

For those who needed zombies in The Walking Dead, this movie can be served! For those who fear the film is too cartoonish, however, Zack Snyder has the words to put our minds at ease, You have fun with the genre but without making fun of it. Theres a pretty thin line, there he too about his approach.

Snyder is also giving updates on the animated series, which will be a sequel to Dawn of the Dead and Army of the Dead.

I have analyzed the origins of the zombie plague very carefully. Suffice it to say that she is from Area 51, which is in the opening scene of the film. The entire cast is in the animated series and Christian Slatera has the role of the antagonist. We are delving really deep into the origin of this zombie plague

We cant wait to discover these new projects. We will of course keep you informed of their development.

More here:
Zack Snyders zombie film overshadows The Walking Dead - The Courier


Reviewed and Recommended by Erik Baquero
Posted in The Walking Dead| Comments Off on Zack Snyders zombie film overshadows The Walking Dead – The Courier