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The Walking Dead Season 5 Trailer Gets A Stop-Motion LEGO Makeover

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You probably already know this, but LEGO makes everything better. Take, for example, the season 5 trailer for AMC’s mega hit The Walking Dead. The preview for the zombie drama is already all kinds of intense, full of intrigue and hints about the direction of the popular series, but when you watch Rick (Andrew Lincoln), Daryl (Norman Reedus), Glenn (Steven Yeun) and the rest in tiny plastic form, that’s hard to beat.

The level of detail in this video, which comes from YouTuber Kristo499, is pretty intense, and the stop-motion animation used to animate the figures is fantastic. Can we start a petition and send it to AMC so that they only produce episodes of The Walking Dead in this form from now on? I could really get behind that idea, what do you think? We can keep all of same actors, just use their voices, that way we won’t have to get rid of Daryl, everyone else is expendable.

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The Walking Dead: Check Out The Uncensored Alternate End Of The Season 4

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Though it started off a little rocky, season 4 of AMC’s hit zombie drama The Walking Dead is easily the best of the franchise so far, especially the second half of the season. And it ends on one hell of a cliffhanger to boot. One aspect of the season finale that garnered a lot of attention was the last line. Rick (Andrew Lincoln) says what is probably the most badass thing he’s ever said, something that makes fans of the comics have hope that he’s on his way to becoming the character he is in the Robert Kirkman’s books. But this is TV, so he can’t say exactly what most of us would in this situation, you know, censors and all, but now, in this video, you can see an alternate take. Be warned, there are swears.

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The Walking Dead Season 5 Has Even More In Store Than You Think

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The Walking DeadAMC’s The Walking Dead always has a strong presence at San Diego Comic-Con, and this year was no different. The smash hit zombie drama revealed a new trailer and that the first six minutes of the season five premiere are apparently going to be totally bananas. But there is a lot more waiting for fans when the show returns on Sunday, October 12.

We weren’t at Comic-Con this year, we’re afraid of crowds and bright colors, but our dear friends at Cinema Blend aren’t the scaredy-cats that we are, and we all over the massive nerd gathering. They got the opportunity to sit down at roundtables with some of the writers and producers of The Walking Dead, and were able to gather some insight into the upcoming season, as well as some news on the long-gestating spin off.

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Norman Reedus Talks Beth And Daryl And What He Wore To Walk Around Comic-Con

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Walking DeadNorman Reedus had an eventful Comic-Con. The Walking Dead star figured prominently in the show’s presence at the massive geek convention. During interviews he revealed some of the feelings shared by his character, Daryl Dixon, when it comes to Beth, played Emily Kinney. Because he’s a fan-favorite, and unable to randomly wander around such an event without being mobbed, he also donned a clever disguise in order to roam around and check out the festivities.

In the second half of The Walking Dead season four, the core group was forced to leave their prison safe house and splintered into various smaller factions. One of these was comprised solely of Daryl and Beth, which led to one of the best episodes of the entire year, “Still.” Not much happens from an external perspective, Reedus and Kinney are the only two credited actors, and the bulk of the action involves them getting drunk and talking.

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Comic-Con 2014 Panel Vids For The Walking Dead, Interstellar, And More

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Comic-Con-LogoAnother massive installment of San Diego’s Comic-Con International has come and gone, leaving the fans to disperse to the four corners of the Earth, laden down with bags of swag. Of course, many people didn’t get to go this year, and there are even more who’ve never been to Comic-Con at all. Thankfully, this is the internet age, so even if you weren’t amid the throngs last week, you can still experience some of the awesomeness via the slew of panel videos that have popped up online.

These don’t give you the visceral thrill of being in the middle of 6,000 cheering geeks in Hall H, and you’re not going to get to see the really cool stuff like that Avengers 2 footage, but many of the panel discussions and Q&A segments are available online to watch in full. Check out the ones we found below, and if you want to recreate the experience more fully, feel free to watch them while crowded into a tool shed with 30 or 40 strangers. But you have to wait in line for 12 hours first.

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The Walking Dead Season 5 Opens With A Scene That Shocks Even The Cast And Crew

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Walking DeadSeason four of AMC’s The Walking Dead was far and away the best the zombie drama has ever been, especially the final eight episodes. Between that momentum, and the grim, intense trailer for season five that debuted at San Diego Comic-Con over the weekend, it’s a good time to be a fan. Last season ended on a cliffhanger, and we’ve been promised time and again that the new episodes will “hit the ground running.” Now thanks to showrunner Scott Gimple, director/producer/special effects guru Greg Nicotero, and some of the cast, we have a better idea of what that “running” will look like, and it is going to be rough.

We weren’t able to be at Comic-Con, but our big sister Cinema Blend was all over that mess, and they had a chance to sit down with Gimple, Nicotero, and others to chat about the upcoming season. According to their talk, the first six minutes of the premiere episode is going to be totally bonkers. Star Andrew Lincoln, who plays Rick Grimes, the leader of a rag tag group of survivors trying to navigate a zombie apocalypse, says the cast and crew were all shocked by what goes down. He says, “All of us were just dumbstruck and said, ‘We’re not going to be able to show this. We’re not going to be able to show this.’…We are showing it.”