Rising star Danai Gurira believes in the power of hybrids—her term for people who thrive at a confluence of cultures. Born in Iowa, raised in her parents’ native Zimbabwe, trained in New York City, and now based in Los Angeles, "The Walking Dead" actress brings a layered perspective—and a rare spark—to her work.
Previously on AMC’s The Walking Dead: what about Bob? 4. Maggie Greene Ah yes, the ol’ “pretend to be a Walker by resting on the ground next to an ice cream truck instead of running into an abandoned building with vantage points where you can see everything and everyone around you” plan. Can’t believe it’s still never worked, even after 845 attempts.
The groups remained separated in "Alone" and even divided further. Check out 15 moments of desperation or hope from The Walking Dead.
Beth covered the song on piano, because why not.
The Walking Dead takes place in a tragic, apocalyptic reality where armies of corpses are after flesh and the fellow survivors are even more dangerous, so you’d think the show’s characters wouldn’t have much time for indie rock. Apparently, they do, though! The character Beth Greene (played by Emily Kinney) has already established herself as [...]
After spending weeks away from them, Carol and Tyreese will return to the center of "The Walking Dead" in Season 4, episode 14 "The Grove."
It infuriates the Beyond crew that there might not be a Platinum trophy in The Walking Dead.
Spotted this bad boy on my way out of the Verizon store. Unfortunately, I was in a massive rush and didn't have time to take more pictures, or try to find the owner. I was just walking by and stopped dead in my tracks, excited enough to see a Merkur, until I looked at the badge and let out a "Whaaaaat?" Read more...
Listen, I know my allegience lies with Cosmos over Walking Dead, but was anyone else kind of annoyed that "Maggie and Sasha" was trending on Twitter for higher and longer than "Giordano Bruno" did? Because I was. Just a little bit. At least this episode was good, though.
Due to the post-apocalyptic nature of the show, it's not all that often that we get feel good, light-hearted moments on The Walking Dead. We did, however, get one on the mid-season premiere a few weeks back, when Carl Grimes came across...Show More Summary
With just a few episodes left this season, the events of “Alone” finally give our characters the emotional push they need to move the story forward. The episode opens with what is possibly one of the most terrifying sequences in the show. It opens with Bob (Lawrence Gilliard, Jr.), prior to joining the group, completely […]
The Walking Dead Episode 413 “Alone” Written By: Curtis Gwinn Directed By: Ernest Dickerson Original Airdate: 9 March 2014 In This Episode… We open with a flashback to when Glenn and Daryl found Bob wandering alone on the road. He is a shell of a man, existing simply because he doesn't know what else to do. Show More Summary
How do you do a whole episode in flashback that never comes back around to where you began things? This is starting to give me a Lost season 2 vibe. Which, I trust even the non-jaded will remem...
The gang continues to be separated in The Walking Dead, and "Alone" continues to forgo major developments (barring one) in order to continue to focus on the characters. Not much happens, but it doesn't happen so much better than TWD used to be. Read more...
Murray's job will be to help turn Skybound into a true transmedia company.
It seems like our group is still some time away from finding each other, and for the moment, I'm quite satisfied with that.
When you introduce a The Walking Dead episode by suggesting that a character is at his worst when he’s alone, as they did in flashing back to Bob Stookey’s introduction to Glenn and Daryl, conventional storytelling suggests one of two possible buttons to the end of that episode. Show More Summary
Why go on? That’s the big existential question this show has grappled with in every season. The longer we peer into the miserable lives of these survivors, it’s one that’s increasingly tough to answer. Last week, Daryl and Beth spent a night sweating it out in the trunk of a... More »
Maggie, Bob, and Sasha debate Terminus, while Daryl and Bet play house in 'The Walking Dead' season 4, episode 13: 'Alone.' The post ‘The Walking Dead’ Finds Strength In Numbers appeared first on Screen Rant.
Earlier this morning we brought you our review of last nights episode of AMC's "The Walking Dead", and on tap for ya right now we have a promo and sneak peek clip of next weeks installment titled 'The Grove'. There are only 3 episodes of "The Walking Dead" left this season and things are certainly coming to a head. If you're... Read More...