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CBR spoke with the cast and crew of "The Walking Dead" at PaleyFest, discusing the current status of Season 3, saying goodbye to both old and new characters and creating the best season finale yet.
Series creator Robert Kirkman and producer Gale Anne Hurd discuss developments and new threats in Season 4 of AMC's "The Walking Dead" which will continue to utilize aspects of the comic's storylines.
The cast and crew of AMC's "The Walking Dead" gathered at Paleyfest, discussing Andrea's questionable choices, Rick's state of mind and whether Daryl and Carol will consummate their attraction for one another.
"It was a really exciting and difficult process creating the Hulk, but one of our favorite challenges," Jeff White told CBR of his experience working with ILM on "The Avengers'" Oscar-nominated visual effects.
"There's a place where they meet, the first movie and the second movie," Rodrigo Santoro told Comic Book Resources in an interview, saying fans are going to be pleased with the direction of the film.
In a move reminiscent of the 2011 departure of Frank Darabont, showrunner Glen Mazzara has announced he is leaving "The Walking Dead." Both he and AMC cite differences over post-Season 3 plans for the series.
Chad L. Coleman, the newest addition to "The Walking Dead" cast, teases how Tyreese will fit into the back half of Season 3 and whether his character will stray from his comic book counterpart.
Greg Nicotero and Danai Gurira offered up some insights into the Nov. 11 episode of "The Walking Dead," "Say The Word," where fans got to see some major moments from the comic book series come to life.
CBR News spoke with actor Dallas Roberts about his character Milton's role on AMC's "The Walking Dead," his relationship with the evil Governor and Merle, the unique point of view he provides the series and more.
Director Marc Webb helmed a press event promoting the home video release of "The Amazing Spider-Man," touching on the Blu-ray's special features and hinting at a possible IMAX-specific cut for the web-slinging sequel.
"The Walking Dead's" IronE Singleton discusses his character's big moment in the latest episode, playing a role unique to the television series and how things went down for T-Dog as Singleton had hoped they would.
Actress Sarah Wayne Callies discusses the dramatic developments for her character on the latest episode of "The Walking Dead," its implications for the rest of the cast and the future of Rick, Carl and Lori.
Director Marc Webb discussed yesterday's rumors that Jamie Foxx is in talks to play Electro in "Amazing Spider-Man 2," saying, "I would love to work with him... you'll be hearing more on that shortly, I'm sure."
Robert Kirkman and actor David Morrisey discuss the debut of the Governor on AMC's "The Walking Dead," explaining the differences between the TV and comic incarnations and his intentions towards Michonne and Andrea.
CBR participated in a conference call with "Walking Dead" star Andrew Lincoln and executive producer Gale Anne Hurd where they detailed Rick Grimes' rocky path during the hit show's third season.
At New York Comic Con, "Arrow" executive producer Marc Guggenheim explained whether Moira Queen is a villain, which Season 1 episode is his favorite and how much action is in store for viewers.
"Arrow" stars Katie Cassidy and Willa Holland spoke at NYCC about the way in which the five-year absence of Oliver Queen changed their characters' relationships with the playboy-turned-vigilante.
Speaking with the press at New York Comic Con, "Arrow" star Stephen Amell discussed the "manic" pace of the new series, Oliver Queen's relationship with his mother and the imminent arrival of Deathstroke.
CBR TV spoke with Robert Kirkman, Andrew Lincoln, David Morrissey and more on "The Walking Dead" dead carpet about the appearance of iconic villain The Governor in season three of the AMC hit series.
Showrunners Marc Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg, leading man Stephen Amell and CCO Geoff Johns discuss the debut season of "Arrow," the direction of the series and which DC characters fans can expect to drop by Starling City.