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THE WALKING DEAD Showrunner Glen Mazzara Talks “The Governor,” the Prison, Michonne and More
There have been quite a few spoilery news tidbits concerning AMC’s The Walking Dead lately, but the one safe thing we can talk about right up front is the inclusion of the villainous Governor, played in the upcoming season by David Morrisey (The Reaping). As he plays the main antagonist (of the non-shambling variety) to Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and the gang, it’s probably a good thing to know where the third season of The Walking Dead is going to take us as far as the Governor is concerned. Showrunner Glen Mazzara recently addressed that question while shooting on location. I’ve done my best to keep this spoiler-free, but all bets are off after you hit the jump.
In an interview with The Wrap, Mazzara dished on the third season’s ending, how it wouldn’t end and what kind of story arc we can expect to see for the Governor. As you may have seen at the end of season two, the farmstead is no longer a viable option for a safe haven. The new location for season three is that of a prison…which sounds super safe, right?
READ MORE...“No,”says Mazzara. “There is no safe haven in this world. I want to make that clear. At the end of our season 2 finale that farm is overtaken and that farm was that last safe haven, and there’s no safe haven in that world. I want to be very clear about that. No one is safe. There is no safe haven.”
can't wait for october. prison, michonne, the governor, and the main cast; can't get any better. ps. maggie, you are still so effin hot.
gosh october pa pala to ang tagal pa.
^ buh yan! hongtaagal pa pala ipapalabas! 3 months to go pa takam na takam pa naman na ako makita sila papa daryl at cutie pie glenn. chos lang!
namimiss ko na ang show na 'to..tagal pa kasi ng October
A new spoiler report indicates that Carl Grimes, son to lead character Rick, will finally get a bigger role in the next season of The Walking Dead.
The revelation came after concern from a fan that Carl seems to always be in situations he can slip in and out of:
Carl killing zombie-Shane wasn’t just the loss of his innocence; it was the beginning of his transformation. “We’re interested in exploring Carl as a child soldier in this war against the walkers,” executive producer Glen Mazzara tells us. “He becomes a very, very effective, strong part of the group. He’s no longer the young child who needs to be cared for and who needs to be minded. That Carl is gone.”
'The Walking Dead Season 3': First look at the prison… and prison zombies!
Hello Bad *** Carl!
ang galing ng gumawa nito.. pati yung fun run dito sa phil inspired na ng walking dead
'The Walking Dead' special effects featurette: Expect a lot more killing in Season 3
Victor Scalise is a guy with a very cool job. He's the visual director for "The Walking Dead's" special effects department and in a new featurette from AMC, Scalise talks about how he and other digital wizards ramp up the tension on the show and even add entire 3D computer-generated landscapes.
The CG crew used motion capture in Los Angeles to get footage of actors moving as zombies and now they've got several CG walkers they can insert in scenes. In the video, Scalise shows us which zombies from the Season 2 finale were added by his folks -- for instance, two zombies who are lurching behind Andrea (Laurie Holden) as she tries to get out of the utterly infested Hershel's farm.
He also shows us how CG animators built the finale's last scene, the pan to an aerial shot of the prison that we know will figure prominently in Season 3.
"It was a fun shot to work on," says Scalise of the 3D prison landscape. "As with most of our work, [we hope] you don't know they're computer generated."
What's in store for Season 3?
"We did a lot of killing last season," says Scalise. "This season we're doing a lot more."
The Walking Dead Takes Over On-Air and Online With the Season 3 Preview Weekend
The Walking Dead takes over AMC this weekend with a full series marathon that starts on Saturday and includes behind-the-scenes featurettes from the Season 3 production then culminates on Sunday with a live Talking Dead primetime special during which you'll actually see a scene from Season 3.
The Dead don't stop on-air either. Online, AMCtv.com has two behind-the-scenes looks at the new season. (A special look inside special effects make-up master Greg Nicotero's studio is coming this Friday.)
Sana magkaroon ng webisode si sophia on how she became a walker and how she ended up in Hershel's barn.
Excited na ako sa season 3!