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While many fans, and Rooker himself, thought the "Walking Dead" actor would be a great fit for Rocket Raccoon, Michael Rooker has instead been cast as Yondu in Marvel's "Guardians of the Galaxy" film.
AMC has provided CBR with three exclusive photos from this weekend's episode of "The Walking Dead," "This Sorrowful Life," featuring Michael Rooker, Steven Yeun and Lauren Cohan.
Two of the stars of AMC's "The Walking Dead," Michael Rooker and Danai Gurira, visited Emerald City Comicon to discuss the hit show's massive success, the rest of Season 3 and more.
"The Walking Dead" star took the stage at the Emerald City Comicon to talk about Merle Dixon and his brother, his various movie roles and why he doesn't fear being typecast.
Robert Kirkman and the cast of AMC's "The Walking Dead" played to a standing-room only crowd at New York Comic Con, discussing the hit series and hinting at what might be lurking over the horizon.
CBR spoke with Michael Rooker at "The Walking Dead's" Los Angeles red carpet premiere, where the actor reiterated he would love to play Rocket Raccoon in James Gunn's "Guardians of the Galaxy."
Declaring "I love raccoons," "The Walking Dead's" Michael Rooker says he’d love to work again with director James Gunn, providing the voice for Rocket Racccoon in Marvel’s space adventure "Guardians of the Galaxy."
Robert Kirkman elaborates on Stephen King and Joe Hill's possible involvement in "The Walking dead" season 2, discusses Michael Rooker's character, the comic's recent storyline shock and more.
"Guts," the second episode of AMC's "The Walking Dead," introduces more of the ensemble cast and injects humor into the show, providing a more satisfying result for fans of the comic book and zombies in general.
Rainn Wilson of "The Office" fame spoke at CCI about starring as a wrench-wielding, heartbroken hero in James Gunn's "Super," alongside Liv Tyler as his junkie ex and Ellen Page as his lousy sidekick.
Directed by Ray Griggs, the parody "Super Capers” features misguided heroes and misguided filmmaking, with derivative characters and plots, some of which strain the definition of "homage."