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AMC has ordered six one-hour episodes of the new docu-series from Robert Kirkman and David Alpert ("The Walking Dead").
The "Batman v Superman" director says his film has a "pretty good" Batman; "X-Men: Apocalypse's" Olivia Munn talks "lethal" Psylocke and more.
Executive producer David Alpert explained the "barbaric logic" behind Negan's actions and what separates him from the show's other villains.
Called "Five Year," the series centers on a family living under the threat of a meteor heading toward Earth.
Executive producers Scott M.Gimple and David Alpert discussed the possible death of a fan-favorite character, Rick's hand and more.
The producing duo of Sean and Bryan Furst have joined Robert Kirkman's Skybound Entertainment, as the heads of TV and film production.
Director Christian Cantamessa and co-writer/producer David Alpert explain how "The Walking Dead" star shaped the film's screenplay.
The cast and producers of the "Walking Dead" companion series discuss the show's characters, their motivations and the growing walker threat.
David S. Goyer is attached to executive produce the adaptation of IDW's werewolf cop drama.
AMC's "The Walking Dead" companion series has gotten the green light for a pilot from the network, scheduled for production in late 2014.
Robert Kirkman -- and "Walking Dead" co-star Norman Reedus -- make the transition to movies with "AIR," and both talk the project in San Diego.
"The Walking Dead" Executive Producer David Alpert reveals, “we have benchmarks and milestones” for seasons 11 and 12.
Cinemax has won a multiple-cable network bidding war for the TV rights to Robert Kirkman & Paul Azaceta's upcoming Image Comics series "Outcast."
"Walking Dead" stars Andrew Lincoln and Chad Coleman, and producers Gale Anne Hurd and David Alpert discuss the road to be traveled in Season 4, deviating from the comic and Tyresse's long-tem survival prognosis.
"The Walking Dead" celebrated its 10th Anniversary with a Comic-Con party capped by a performance by Weezer and attended by Robert Kirkman, Chad Coleman, Chris Hardwick, Grant Morrison and more.
In addition to "The Walking Dead" and "Thief of Thieves," Robert Kirkman has a third television adaptation in the works based on his upcoming Image Comics series set in the world of exorcism.