Posted September 27, 2011 by The Zombie Guy in Archive

The Walking Dead – Loads More Stuff

1- Season 2 Cast Photos Now Online

The Walking Dead - Loads More Stuff

AMC have posted 16 new Season 2 gallery portraits of the entire cast of The Walking Dead’s principal characters.

See the photos on AMC HERE>>


2- AMC to Launch The Walking Dead Webisodes Mon, Oct. 3 at 2PM

2- AMC to Launch The Walking Dead Webisodes

Leading up to the highly anticipated Season 2 premiere of AMC’s hit series The Walking Dead, the network is launching a special six-episode web series on AMCtv.com.

The webisodes will give fans the opportunity to explore the back story of Hannah (Lilli Birdsell), better known as “Bicycle Girl,” the infamous zombie from Season 1, who was shot by Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) in the pilot episode and who is one of the most celebrated “walkers” from last season. Fans will learn about Hannah’s life before the apocalypse, her struggle to survive and protect her family as the world begins to fall apart, and her ultimate demise into zombie-hood.

The web series is produced by Generate, conceived and directed by The Walking Dead Co-Executive Producer Greg Nicotero with teleplay by John Esposito.

All six webisodes debut on Mon., Oct. 3 at 2 PM | 1C on AMCtv.com

The second season of The Walking Dead premieres with a special 90-minute episode on Sun., Oct. 16 at 9/8c with six one-hour episodes in the weeks following. The final six episodes of the season will begin on Sun., Feb. 12 at 9/8c.

3- Dispatches From the Set – Production Designer Greg Melton


A new AMC The Walking Dead “Dispatches From the Set” has been posted over on AMCtc.com The Walking Dead’s production designer Greg Melton explains how to devastate a stretch of Georgia highway, shares what goes into building a barn and explains what all that teaches him about surviving the apocalypse.

You can read the report below or over on AMC here

Q: In Season 1, you created a devastated downtown Atlanta. For Season 2, you got a stretch of devastated highway. How did they compare?

A: They were pretty similar, actually as far as getting them organized, and doing your homework and getting the blocking and positioning of things that need to happen as the scene unfolds. We got really great cooperation down here from the Georgia Department of Transportation to shut down a big four-lane highway, which was the biggest thing — we needed something major. Once we had that, it was just a matter of trying to figure out how many cars would tell the story. I think at one point, on our biggest day, we put almost 200 vehicles into that set, which was over a quarter of a mile long.

Q: And then you have to dress each of the vehicles…

A: Exactly. It’s all people who are fleeing, so they’re filled with bags and lots of stuff. And then it’s been sitting there for weeks, so we have to come through and do a real heavy aging pass on everything. And then we trashed the highway. Literally. We were dumping bags and bags of trash and things. Everywhere you could see. We created two or three wrecks with burnt grass in the median. I love doing sets like that because you just stand out there and you start putting things around. There are only so many floor plans you can do. And then you gotta stand there in that space and just make it happen.



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