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THE WALKING DEAD: Harvey & Adair Talk To "Strangers"


Season 5, Episode 2 “Strangers”

Timothy: So, I see we’re wearing pants tonight.

Dustin: I wear pants most nights. As far as you know.

Timothy: Yeah, I am so not touching that line. 3,339 more words

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The Walking Dead rises for sixth season

The Walking Dead has been renewed by AMC for a sixth season.

Scott M Gimple will return as showrunner and executive produce with Robert Kirkman, Gale Anne Hurd, David Alpert, Greg Nicotero, and Tom Luse. 41 more words

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'Terminator's James Cameron & Gale Anne Hurd: Hasta La Vista To “Fear-Based” Studio Filmmaking

It’s been 30 years since James Cameron made his name with a futuristic sci-fi actioner starring ex-bodybuilder Arnold Schwarzenegger, inspired by his own nightmare vision of a murderous mecha-skeleton. 1,239 more words

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Variety: 'The Terminator' 30th Anniversary Screening: 6 Things We Learned from Cameron and Hurd

Introduction: Like the cyborg killing machine it’s named for, James Cameron’s sci-fi action classic “The Terminator” is a blockbuster that simply refuses to die. And if the crowd at Wednesday’s 30th anniversary screening at the American Cinematheque’s Egyptian Theatre was any indication, it never will. 34 more words

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'The Terminator' 30th Anniversary Screening: 6 Things We Learned from Cameron and Hurd

Like the cyborg killing machine it’s named for, James Cameron’s sci-fi action classic “The Terminator” is a blockbuster that simply refuses to die. And if the crowd at Wednesday’s 30th anniversary screening at the American Cinematheque’s Egyptian Theatre was any indication, it never will. 824 more words

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THE WALKING DEAD Returns! So Does Team Zombie! Yay!


Season 5, Episode 1 “No Sanctuary”

Dustin: Laaa Laaaa la la la la…

Timothy: What are you doing? Why are you so happy?

Dustin: TIM!?! How did you get in here!! 3,373 more words

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Norman Reedus, 'The Walking Dead' Cast Crash the Audience at PaleyFest New York

On the eve of the season five premiere of AMC’s monster skein “The Walking Dead,” the show’s executive producer Greg Nicotero described the mood perfectly: “Tomorrow feels like Christmas.” 904 more words

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