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James joins Harrison Ford and Ryan Gosling in the already impressive cast for Denis Villeneuve's followup to Ridley Scott's 1982 sci-fi classic.
The new photo appears to confirm that at least one character hasn't perished at the hands of Negan...yet.
In the penultimate episodes of season six, some strong story moments get overshadowed by what may be another trolling moment from the writers.
Tonight's episode of "The Walking Dead" contains hints that may point to a theatrical community of survivors familiar to anyone who's read the comics.
Two characters have the same old debate on the road back home, while back in Alexandria, people start to take action, for better or for worse.
Essentially a 90-minute two-man play, the compelling "Here's Not Here" follows Morgan's long, difficult path to Zen-like warrior -- and redemption.
Caity Lotz cruises around the "Legends of Tomorrow" set on a new set of wheels; Chloe Bennet wants to go by Quake "soon" and more.
The countdown to "The Walking Dead's" return continues with a pair of new images from AMC teasing the mid-October season debut.
Norman Reedus, Chandler Riggs and Lennie James discussed daydreaming about walker-killing in real life, and "the best line ever"coming in Season 6.
"Walking Dead" stars Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Steven Yeun, Danai Gurira and more shuffled over to Hall H to talk about the upcoming sixth season.
"Walking Dead" star Michael Cudlitz spoke with his fellow actors Lennie James, Danai Gurira, Norman Reedus and more about the excitement on set.
If you didn't stick around after the credits of last night's Season 5 premiere, you missed the return of a familiar face. Warning: Spoilers!
With its fifth episode, the AMC adaptation of Robert Kirkman and company's Image comic earns its highest ratings yet, bucking trends and possibly expectations to make "The Walking Dead" the hit of the year.
With its fourth episode, AMC's adaptation of "The Walking Dead" showed a slight decline in overall numbers, but the show continues its stellar showing in a crowded cable landscape.
With its third episode, AMC's adaptation of "The Walking Dead" showed a dramatic ratings boost, pointing the way towards a very favorable reception for Robert Kirkman and company's stories on the small screen.
Riding a wave of buzz from its U.S. debut, the AMC adaptation of Robert Kirkman and company's Image comic broke records for international audiences and has already been given a 13-episode second season.
For those who missed the beginning of the zombie apocalypse on Halloween, AMC is streaming the first episode of "The Walking Dead" in its entirety for a limited time. SPINOFF has the video and details.
With 5.3 million viewers, the AMC adaptation of Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore and Charlie Adlard's zombie epic netted the biggest audience in the network's history and the biggest cable debut of the year.
With the AMC television series debuting this weekend, CBR wants to make sure you're up to date with all of our "Walking Dead" coverage, so click here to shamble along with all of our interviews, previews and reviews!
SPINOFF reviews the pilot episode of "The Walking Dead," calling the series premiere a success thanks to brilliant performances from Andrew Lincoln and Lennie James, not to mention Greg Nicotero's zombie effects.
Cast, crew and the undead converged in Hollywood for the premiere of AMC's "The Walking Dead," where the series creator was in attendance, stars lined up for photos and zombies lumbered down the red carpet.
On Tuesday, zombie hordes struck a number of the world's most iconic and famous landmarks. In Boston, Massachusetts, not even Rick Grimes himself could save the Washington Monument from the shambling undead.
CBR News spoke with "The Walking Dead" actors Andrew Lincoln (Rick), Sarah Wayne Callies (Lori) and Jon Bernthal (Shane) about their time spent surviving the upcoming AMC zombie series.
The first episode of AMC's "The Walking Dead" lays the groundwork for a show more about the horror of survival than the horror of zombie hordes, though it certainly offers that in a moody, thoughtful series opener.
CBR News speaks with actor Lennie James about his new TV miniseries, "The Prisoner," appearing in the "Jericho" comic book, his lifelong dream of starring in a comic book movie, and more.