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Rick and his group discover an abandoned prison to become a fortified home. Before that, they have to get rid of the walkers first. This begins part II, an appreciation of Rick Grimes in The Walking Dead, seasons 3 and 4.
Martin McDonagh -- the British/Irish author of such mordantly fine plays as The Beauty Queen of Leenane, The Cripple of Inishmaan and The Lieutenant of Inishmore -- has returned from a dozen-year absence in filmland with his new play, Hangmen.
Here are five "Walking Dead" facts you might not know, according to The Governor: Norman Reedus made headlines recently when
You guys do a lot of spectacular fight scenes and action sequences that seem to get bigger every year, how was this one to
But what does Morrissey's casting mean for his future as the villainous Governor on "The Walking Dead"? Would you miss Morrissey
New "Walking Dead" Season 4 showrunner Scott Gimple added, "Right out of the gate, we did things that blew my mind. It's
As if Michonne wasn't enough, Tyreese made an unexpected debut this week. The fan-favorite character was with a group of
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While Michonne was making the decision to leave Woodbury and Andrea was realizing that it may not be as perfect there as
After spending last week with Rick and the gang, "The Walking Dead" left the confines of the prison to spend an episode with
"I avoided the comics for a bit actually," Morrissey told Digital Spy. "I obviously saw the look of the Governor from the
Morrissey, another new addition to the cast for Season 3, plays "The Governor," a character made popular in the "The Walking
In "Scaredy Cat," after the bodies of two female victims are found at the same time -- killed in the exact same way -- Thorne
David Morrissey plays Detective Thomas Thorne in Part 2 of Encore's 'Thorne' miniseries, entitled, 'Thorne: Scaredy Cat.'
The two-part miniseries is adapted from Mark Billingham’s bestselling novel, "Sleepyhead," and boasts an array of familiar
The Governor has arrived! The third season of "The Walking Dead" will feature the introduction of one of the most formidable
It turns out "The Walking Dead" did court John Hawkes for the role of the Governor in the show's upcoming third season. At
AMC's "The Walking Dead" has found its Governor. British actor David Morrissey has been cast to play the evil villain in
These are high-quality mystery-thrillers, made for British television but better than most American cop films, with more going on than the case that seems to be at the center of each film. But there are three of them.
State of Play is a political thriller wrapped inside a journalistic thriller that works better as the latter.