The Walking Dead is headed into its 10th season tonight, and in traditional New York Comic-Con fashion, its cast and crew hyped the upcoming installment of the AMC drama at the Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden in NYC on Saturday. Moderator Chris Hardwick took the stage to show the first five minutes of the Season 10 premiere alongside Cailey Fleming, Danai Gurira, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Josh McDermitt, Norman Reedus, chief content officer Scott M. Gimple, Seth Gilliam, showrunner Angela Kang, executive producer Robert Kirkman, and producer David Alpert.
Read here below for the top 5 things you need to know from The Walking Dead panel, along with video from the new season.
The Walking Dead Panel closed out New York Comic-Con Saturday night at the Hulu Theater at MSG, and it was bittersweet, as it was Andrew Lincoln’s last one as Rick Grimes, as this is his last season as the popular character. Chris Hardwick (The Talking Dead) moderated, and after a bunch of amazing trailers and The Walking Dead commercials, he introduced the dazzling cast and crew: new showrunner Angela Kang, Scott Gimple, co-creator Robert Kirkman, producer Dave Alpert, executive producer Gale Ann Hurd, producer and director Greg Nicotero, stars Andrew Lincoln (Rick), Norman Reedus (Daryl), Melissa McBride (Carol), Danai Gurira (Michonne), and Jeffrey Dean Morgan (Negan).
The Walking Dead is certainly the biggest draw at New York Comic Con each year, and NYCC 2017 was no different. With an exuberant crowd at Madison Square Garden, the show’s cast and crew took to the stage to offer some insight into the series’ upcoming eighth season.
Last week at San Diego Comic-Con, the cast and creators of AMC’s hit series Preacher hit the main stage panel in Hall H. Based on the graphic novels by Garth Zen is and Steve Dillon, Preacher was right at home. Hosted by the network’s favorite interviewer/host Chris Hardwick, the panel was introduced with a huge New Orleans style jazz band playing them in. They panel included co-creator and producer Seth Rogen, and cast members Dominic Cooper, Ruth Negga, Joseph Gilgun, Graham McTavish, Ian Colletti and others. The panel set up the second half of the show’s sophomore season, gave a new trailer, and provided tons of news and fun bits.
Check out some of the highlights below from SDCC 2017.
The New York Comic-Con panel for The Walking Dead at Madison Square Garden was full of excitement on Saturday night as much of the show’s cast and crew took the stage to discuss the upcoming highly anticipated seventh season.
Along with moderator Chris Hardwick (Talking Dead), those on stage included main cast members Norman Reedus (Daryl), Danai Gurira (Michonne), Steven Yeun (Glenn), Michael Cudlitz (Abraham), Lauren Cohan (Maggie), Sonequa Martin-Green (Sasha), Melissa McBride (Carol), Lennie James (Morgan), Alanna Masterson (Tara), Austin Nichols (Spencer), Jeffrey Dean Morgan (Negan), Seth Gilliam (Gabriel), series showrunner Scott M. Gimple, and producers Robert Kirkman, Greg Nicotero, David Alpert, and Gale Anne Hurd.
Boy oh boy, don’t we all wish we could have been there to witness last night’s truly spectacular Star Wars: The Force AwakensSan Diego Comic-Con panel that featured surprise guests (f*** yeah Harrison Ford!), a wonderful behind-the-scenes video, and concluded with a concert and fireworks display?
Wish no longer, my friends, because Flicks and the City has uploaded the full 61-minute panel moderated by Chris Hardwick to their YouTube channel and now we can all watch for free what many had to wait in line for a day to behold in person.
At San Diego Comic-Con yesterday, the cast and crew of AMC’s TWD prequel series, Fear The Walking Dead, hung out in Hall H gifting everyone with an exclusive trailer and premiere date, while also giving its already growing fan base some insight into how it would feel different from “the mother ship.”
At San Diego Comic-Con yesterday, The cast of The Walking Dead was in Hall H for the premiere of the season 6 trailer and to answer fan questions. Cast members Andrew Lincoln (Rick), Norman Reedus (Daryl), Steven Yeun (Glenn), Danai Gurira (Michonne), Melissa McBride (Carol), Chandler Riggs (Carl), Sonequa Martin-Green (Sasha), Michael Cudlitz (Abraham), and Lennie James (Morgan)graced the panel, along with executive producers Gale Anne Hurd, Dave Alpert, and Greg Nicotero, as well as showrunner Scott Gimple. Chris Hardwick (The Talking Dead) was the moderator.
Watch the highlights of the panel below.
So here are the questions that Hardwick (representing fans) asked the panel. You gotta watch for the answers!
To Andrew Lincoln: You think Rick misses the beard and do you miss having the beard?
To Norman Reedus: Is there anything speial that you do to get into character? (The answer is super cool, obviously)
To Norman Reedus: What’s your favorite emoji?
And again to Norman Reedus: Which is the darkest season for Daryl in terms of his sanity and morals? (Oooh… good question!)
From Daryl to Daryl: What kind of character development can we expect to see in season 6 for Daryl?
Steven Yeun reads a loving lovely text from Lauren Cohan to the cast, crew, and the fans.
Morgan and Rick have man-love. Yes. I said it (actually, just repeating it).
Conan is live at Comic-Con this week, and as we saw on Wednesday night, host Conan O’Brien and his sidekick Andy Richterrode to San Diego via Fury Road Mad Max-style.
During last night’s live show, O’Brien hosted some celebrity-filled Wolverine auditions and welcomed famous Hobbit Elijah Wood, along with Nerdist king Chris Hardwick, who not only hosts Talking Dead, the live post-Walking Dead show, but he’s also a frequent moderator for panels at SDCC’s famed massive Hall H.
Hardwick — clad in a Spider-Man suit — took the opportunity to give O’Brien a “Comic-Con Citizenship Test,” where he asked questions like, “What’s Daredevil’s greatest weakness?” and such.
Here below, watch the video of the “Comic-Con Citizenship Test” — I think we’ll all agree with Conan’s responses. Also below are more videos from Hardwick’s appearance, as well as the Wolverine Auditions.
A new documentary is on the way titled Video Games: The Movie, and, as you might have guessed, it is all about video games—from the early days of gaming and following the unbelievable evolution to where they are today, a true art form and multi-billion dollar industry.
The documentary is directed by Jeremy Snead, and executive produced by Zach Braff (Garden State, Wish I Was Here) and Cliff Bleszinski (Gears of War trilogy, Unreal Tournament). It is narrated by The Goonies and Lord of the Rings star Sean Astin.
Now Video Games: The Movie has found itself a distributor, with Variance Films acquiring the rights, and a trailer has also been released, which you can check out below.