We were all convinced that Carl was going to die on ‘The Walking Dead’ — but now Robert Kirkman is saying it’s possible he might not. Um, WTF?
Sorry, Team Rick — Robert Kirkman just revealed that the sheriff will definitely die on ‘The Walking Dead’. But when?
Have you been not-so-patiently waiting for ‘Outcast’ season two? Yeah, us too. Here’s the scoop — including why it’s been delayed!
We can all breathe a sigh of relief thanks to Gale Anne Hurd, who confirmed in a recent interview that ‘The Walking Dead’ has every intention of revealing it’s season six victim ASAP.
The Walking Dead‘s executive producer, Gale Anne Hurd, has offered a few words of comfort the the show’s massive fandom. After a slightly frustrating end to season six, we now know that we won’t have to wait too long to find out who Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) decided to smash wide open with his beloved bat, Lucille.
In an EXCLUSIVE interview with HollywoodLife.com, creator Robert Kirkman gushed over how ‘insane’ the upcoming ‘Walking Dead’ finale will be — and how it’s all setting up for what’s to come in season 7.
Robert Kirkman, 37, is more excited for The Walking Dead‘s season six finale than anyone else. But, when he spoke EXCLUSIVELY to HollywoodLife.com, he revealed that there is a whole lot more to be excited about when season seven begins. Whoa!
This is NOT good. In a new interview, ‘The Walking Dead’ creator Robert Kirkman reveals that even those who have read the comics won’t know what to expect when Negan finally arrives.
The Walking Dead‘s new big, bad villain is set to arrive during the season six finale on Sunday, April 3, and the anticipation has been growing non-stop. However, creator Robert Kirkman, 37, has seen Negan’s entrance and is revealing how it will impact the fandom. Brace yourselves!
SPOILERS! So, how does it feel to be killed off of ‘The Walking Dead’? A tearful Emily Kinney revealed on ‘Talking Dead’ that she is devastated, and that the entire ordeal was very ‘stressful’ for her.
Emily Kinney, 29, said her final farewells to The Walking Dead fans by making a surprise appearance on the live after-show, Talking Dead. Joined by creator Robert Kirkman, Emily opened up about life after The Walking Dead and how difficult shooting her final scene was. So sad!
Uh oh. According to ‘The Walking Dead’s patriarch, Robert Kirkman, there are some ‘devastating’ episodes coming very soon.
Robert Kirkman, 35, is spilling the beans about upcoming The Walking Dead episodes and what is going to devastate diehard fans of the show. Does this mean we can expect a major character death early on in the season?
If you’re a fan of ‘The Walking Dead’ and can’t possibly imagine a zombie-less life until the Season 5 premiere in Oct. 2014, creator and executive producer Robert Kirkman’s incredibly popular and immersive ‘The Walking Dead Escape’ is about to embark on a national U.S. tour!
The March 30 Season 4 finale of The Walking Dead seems like it aired a lifetime ago and we’re already jonesing for our next fix. Luckily, Robert Kirkman, creator and executive producer of The Walking Dead, has got our back. His company, Skybound Entertainment, has expanded the incredibly successful The Walking Dead Escape to include nine dates across the United States! Fans can participate as either “Walkers” or “Survivors” as they make their way through an apocalyptic obstacle course. Read on for more and to find out if The Walking Dead Escape will be hitting up your city!
Alright, we have at least a seven-month wait before Season 5 of ‘The Walking Dead’ premieres. Thankfully, Scott Gimple, a writer for the series, has already started dishing on what we can expect from season five. So, what do we know so far? Let’s review!
Robert Kirkman and Scott Gimple are already talking about what we should — and should not — expect from season five of The Walking Dead. Cannibals, anyone?
During Spike TVs Video Game Awards on Dec. 7 at Sony Studios, the cast and creator of ‘The Walking Dead’ EXCLUSIVELY told HollywoodLife.com their thoughts on a potential film! See what they had to say about the potential project!
Stars of The Walking Dead, Steven Yeun, Danai Gurira, and Norman Reedus joined creator, Robert Kirkman, to share their thoughts on the likelihood of their hit TV show becoming a blockbuster film. You might be surprised with what they had to say!
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