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'The Walking Dead's' Robert Kirkman: David Morrissey is 'Going to Knock it Out of the Park'

  After a year-plus of deferring questions about when -- and who -- would play the coveted role of The Governor on the AMC adaptation of is Image/Skybound comic  The Walking Dead ,  Robert Kirkman  can breathe a sigh of relief.    The creator of the comic series and exec producer of the zombie series tells  The Hollywood Reporter  that fan response has been "really positive" to the casting of British actor  David Morrissey  as the legendary villain depicted in the comic series. Read More... //feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/_lUvoCId7bg/walking-dead-robert-kirkman-david-morrissey-governor-296585

Top Moments: Oprah and Walking Dead's Fight Clubs and Happy Endings' Sweet Dreams

Our top moments of the week: 11. Spell It Out for Us Award: On Celebrity Apprentice , the teams have to create a show for restaurant chain Medieval Times, so project manager Lisa Lampanelli taps Victoria Gotti as creative director and asks her to research medieval language. Gotti fires up Google and types in... "mid-evil." "The freakin' stationery of... //www.tvguide.com/News/Moments-Oprah-Walking-Dead-1044335.aspx?rss=breakingnews

'The Walking Dead' Season 2 DVD prematurely leaks major character death. Oops.

For all the series producers' griping about reporters and fans hungering for show spoilers, perhaps they should look a little closer home when it comes to actual leaks.Warning: If you don't want to know who's going to get it before the end of "Walking Dead" Season 2, STOP reading now. Seriously. Don't even skim the rest of this page.AMC's zombie thriller, "The Walking Dead," ends its second season on Sunday, March 18 and the complete season will be available on DVD at the end of August. But if you can't wait two more weeks to find out how the season ends you only need to read the ad copy on AMC's very own website."This special limited edition Blu-Ray includes all 13 episodes on 4 discs, including bonus feaures such as: the making of the barn, an extended zombie gut scene, Shane's last episode, full Comic Con coverage with panel, comic book vs. episode comparison, and... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2012/03/the-walking-dead-season-2-dvd-prematurely-leaks-major-character-death-oops.html

The Walking Dead “Judge, Jury, Executioner” Season 2 Episode 11

The Walking Dead  "Judge, Jury, Executioner" Season 2 Episode 11  airs Sunday March 4 at 9pm on AMC. Now the gang Episode Synopsis : Rick sides with Shane on an important decision, causing Dale to worry that the group is losing its humanity. Carl’s actions have unintended consequences on the group. Read More... //www.tvequals.com/2012/03/04/the-walking-dead-judge-jury-executioner-season-2-episode-11/  

'The Walking Dead': Rick vs. Shane -- who came out on top? [VIDEO]

The annual Academy Awards ceremony wasn't Sunday's (Feb. 26) only TV event. Finally, after more than a season-and-a-half of build up, "The Walking Dead's" embattled leader Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and the former partner/BFF who cuckholded him, Shane (Jon Bernthal), came to blows over Rick's wife, Lori, and Shane's continued lack of faith in Rick as a leader.This wasn't just any knock-down, drag-out brawl. Oh no, Rick and Shane duked it out while a mini-herd of zombies came at them like a ton of bricks. Bricks that happen to be undead and hunger for human flesh.In one of the evening's most talked about scenes, seen online first at Zap2it, Shane says, "I don't think you can do it, man, I don't think you can keep [Lori and Carl] safe." That was probably the wrong answer considering Rick's response. Watch what happens: For use on external sites w/exclusive video premieres. brightcove.createExperiences(); Rick won this round, but will... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2012/02/the-walking-dead-rick-vs-shane----who-came-out-on-top-video.html

'Walking Dead': Rick And Shane's Brawl Alerts Zombies

It was an inevitable confrontation, and one Rick seemed determined to finally have when he invited Shane to come with him. They had that matter of what to do with Randall, the kid they rescued from the marauders in town last week on " The Walking Dead " (Sun., 9 p.m. EST on AMC). He'd tried to kill them and he's with a group of people that have proven both dangerous and deadly. Shane was pretty set on just killing him now and being done with it, but Rick instead wanted to drive him blindfolded and tied up away from the farm and set him loose. It would at least give him a fighting chance. It was a plan that could have worked out well, until Randall said that he knew both Maggie and Hershel. If that's the case, he may know the way back to the farm anyway. Rick had earlier pulled Shane out of the car to lay down the law. Lori, Carl and the baby are his and he's going to take care of them. What happened in the past happened, but now Shane needs to back off. But when Shane again brought up just killing Randall to eliminate his potential threat, Rick wouldn't have it. At this, Shane snapped and said what he'd really been thinking. Rick wasn't tough enough to take care of anyone, much less his own family. The altercation became quickly physical and very violent, with Shane looking once again like he was intent on killing Rick and being done with him, too. Unfortunately, before either of them could finish the other off, they disturbed a building full of walkers and had a whole new problem to deal with. After Shane got himself trapped on a school bus, Rick grabbed Randall and took off. In that moment, Shane believed Rick had left him. He surely would have left Rick behind to die, just as he had Otis. But Rick came back with the car and staged a quick rescue out the back of the bus. And then again pulled Shane out on the road to talk, again letting him know the way of things. Did the message sink in this time? Find out as "The Walking Dead" continues Sundays at 9 p.m. EST on AMC. //feeds.huffingtonpost.com/~r/HP/Entertainment/~3/8bJI-pFe48Q/the-walking-dead-rick-shane-brawl-video_n_1303409.html

'Walking Dead' 2.11 Sneak Peeks: Dale Against Rick and Shane Over a Prisoner's Fate

Dale argues that killing Randall will change the world they know, but Rick, Shane and Daryl believe that the boy threatens their group. //www.aceshowbiz.com/news/view/00048241.html

The Walking Dead's Andrew Lincoln on Rick vs. Shane: "Not Everybody Gets Out Alive"

"I'm not the good guy anymore." Those words are spoken by The Walking Dead 's Rick Grimes during one of several intense conversations on Sunday's episode (9/8c, AMC) of the zombie drama. According to series star Andrew Lincoln , he's been waiting a long time to hear his character say just that. Lincoln tells TVGuide.com his favorite part of the graphic novel series that inspired the show was watching Rick devolve from the upstanding sheriff's deputy to a man willing to do almost anything to survive during lawless, zombie-infested times. That transformation is about to happen on-screen...  //www.tvguide.com/News/Walking-Dead-Andrew-Lincoln-1043781.aspx?rss=breakingnews

Top Moments: Glee's Crash Course and Khloe and Lamar Break a Sex Swing

Our top moments of the week: 13. Lamest Return: Chad Michael Murray makes his much-anticipated return to One Tree Hill when Lucas comes to town to pick up his niece and nephew for a vacation to distract them from their dad Nathan's abduction and... well, that's it. Not only do all of Murray's scenes take place in the airport, but would Lucas Scott really come to Tree Hill after two years away and not see his other friends? We're glad Murray came back for the show's final season, but our imagination of how Lucas, Peyton and Sawyer are was much more exciting than reality. 12. Most Outrageous Reveal: After surviving their... //www.tvguide.com/News/Moments-Glee-Crash-1043751.aspx?rss=breakingnews

David Morrissey Cast In ‘The Walking Dead’ As The Governor

Actor David Morrissey has been cast in the role of The Governor on AMC’s zombie series  The Walking Dead . Morrissey is slated to appear in the show’s upcoming third season that has already been picked up by the network. AMC has already ordered 16 episodes, with ‘Walking Dead’ show runners scheduled to begin production this coming sprang on the fan favorite series. Morrissey should excite fans with his character The Governor who comes straight from creator Robert Kirkman’s graphic novel. He is described as the leader of Woodbury, a small settlement of survivors. Morrissey’s The Governor is also the chief antagonist of Rick Grimes who is played by actor Andrew Lincoln. Read More... //www.tvequals.com/2012/02/27/david-morrissey-cast-in-the-walking-dead/