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AMC Renews Fear the Walking Dead for an 8th Season & Announces Character's Return + Teaser Trailer

AMC RENEWS FEAR THE WALKING DEAD FOR AN EIGHTH SEASON WITH KIM DICKENS SET TO RETURN AS SERIES REGULAR
 
SECOND HALF OF SEASON 7 RETURNS SUNDAY, APRIL 17 ON AMC; EPISODES AVAILABILE ONE WEEK EARLY ON AMC+
 
NEW YORK, NY – December 6, 2021 – AMC announced on tonight’s Talking Dead the renewal of Fear the Walking Dead for an eighth season with Kim Dickens, who played fan-favorite character Madison Clark in Seasons 1 through 4, set to return to the series.  Dickens will make her first appearance in the second half of Season 7, returning Sunday, April 17 on AMC, and continue as a series regular in Season 8. All episodes of Fear the Walking Dead continue to be available one week early on AMC+, beginning on April 10.
  
“If there were a Mt. Deadmore, Kim Dickens’ face would be on it.  Madison Clark is a foundational character to TWDU — heroic, complex, an everyperson who becomes a warrior and then a force of benevolence,” said Scott M. Gimple, Chief Content Officer of The Walking Dead Universe. “Kim Dickens’ raw talent, strength, and brilliance will electrify TWDU once more and we couldn’t be luckier to have her back.”

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Exclusive: Nico Tortorella Talks Series Finale of The Walking Dead: World Beyond

***The following interview contains spoilers for the series finale***

Nico TortorellaTonight on AMC, The Walking Dead: The World Beyond came to a close with its series finale. Nico Tortorella, who plays the character of Felix, had quite a big fight scene in the episode with Lieutenant Newton (Robert Palmer Watkins), which the performer said was their favorite part of shooting the entire series. “There was a lot of work that went into it,” said Tortorella, “weeks of fight training and choreography. Steven Ho who was [on] one of our stunt teams was an original Ninja Turtle. The guy who was Robert Palmer Watkins’s stunt double was also Captain America’s stunt double, like all of these stunt legends in this room. And we worked our asses off on that fight. There were so many moving parts.”

They added that since the two of them picked the choreography up quickly, more walkers were added to the scene. The double-sided S-pole that Tortorella got to use was their favorite, even if it was heavy with steel rebar running through it. “There were a few numbers where I flick it up in the air and catch it that in one hundred plus degree heat in leather head to toe with a pending tornado; it wasn't the easiest thing to accomplish, but all [that] being said, I'm so thrilled with how it came out. I think there's such a focused energy from both of us that is really, really strong.”

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Stars Mansour, Cantu, Cumpston, & Ormond Talk The Walking Dead: World Beyond Finale

***The following interview contains spoilers for the season finale, 2.10. Please watch it before reading.***

The Walking Dead: World Beyond
Tonight AMC airs the series finale of its spinoff series, The Walking Dead: World Beyond. In the finale, the group finally makes it beyond the reach of the CRM, but some are injured and others lose their lives.

Nicholas Cantu, who stars as Elton on the series, told Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision during a recent roundtable interview that was satisfied with his ending, even his character losing an arm after being bit by a walker. “I'm still so jazzed about that,” said the actor. “When we got to film that; [it] was like the little blue sleeve CGI stuff. That was so fun. That was like sci-fi zombie stuff. I was like, ‘Yeah, lost an arm. That's apocalyptic. I love it.’ That was great.”

Julia Ormond, who plays Elizabeth Kublek of the CRM, talked to the site a bit about the last scenes of her character, who really didn’t get a resolution. “I don't think they really resolved her getting what she deserved, but I think it left it sort of kind of open ended, and I think the stuff caught up with her that was kind of surfacing anyway for her.”

Kublek made a lot of immoral choices during the series, which according to the actress, was a difficult part of the character to connect to, especially because she herself is a pacificist and doesn’t believe in war. On the series, however, it’s about limited resources. The actress told SciFi Vision, “I think once I got to the point of, ‘Oh, this is a completely new world, a post-apocalyptic world means there are very few human beings left.’ So, instead of having to just defend the boundary of your nation, or the ethics and value system of your nation around the world, in a war, your boundary is now we have to protect the human race…[I]t's not even a huge shift for soldiers who are defending something to shift into ‘We are now going to start committing genocide,’ because as soon as you work out [that] there're only limited resources, you switch to the patterns of behavior that you've seen throughout communities in The Walking Dead. One community is out to kill the others, because they understand that there are limited resources.”

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Doctor Who: Flux - The Vanquishers - 13.06 - 12/05/21 - Recap & Review

***The following recap and review contains spoilers for 13.06. Please watch it before reading.***

Doctor Who: FluxOn tonight’s episode of Doctor Who, the Doctor takes off her conversion plate to avoid Swarm disintegrating her, but ends up splitting herself in three: one stays outside the universe, one joins Karvanista and Bel on the Lupari ship, and the other reunites with Dan, Yaz, and Jericho in the tunnels.

Through the course of the episode they discover that the Sontarans, having used Claire to find the time and location of the final Flux event, have sent out a broadcast trying to broker peace with the Daleks and the Cybermen, but it’s a ruse. They know that to stop the Flux, which is made of antimatter, they need to hit it with matter, and they plan to use their enemies to do it and the ships of the Lupari who they massacred to shield them, taking control of the entire universe.

Eventually the Doctor and her friends stop and exile the Grand Serpent, who was working with the Sontarans, and gain control of the Lupari fleet to shield them from the Flux. They disperse the rest of the Flux energy into Passenger, at the suggestion of none other than Diane, who along with Vinder was able to escape the prison and call for the Doctor. Unfortunately, Jericho can not transmat away from the Sontarans and is pulled into the Flux with them.

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Doctor Who Trailer: Eve of the Daleks - 1/01/22

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"Eve of the Daleks"
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SPOILER WARNING! Here’s your first look at what’s happening in 'Eve of the Daleks'.

Below is a trailer from the New Year's special of Doctor Who, "Eve of the Daleks." Doctor Who airs Sundays at 8/7c on BBC America. Check it out below.

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Exclusive Video Interview: Jackie Sorkin Talks Candified: Home for the Holidays

Jackie SorkinCandified: Home for the Holidays premieres today on Hulu. Across four episodes, Candy Queen Jackie Sorkin and her team of artists take on the challenge of designing a life-size house, including both the exterior and interior, made entirely out of candy, all in time for the holidays.

According to Sorkin, her love for candy started as a child. “Really, things transitioned for me when I first watched the movie Willy Wonka,” said the artist in an exclusive interview with Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision. “I was so taken with the movie, the creativity, the Oompa Loompas, Willy Wonka himself, Charlie. I identified with Charlie, the kid that didn't have a lot, who had a big dream. He just kept going and believing and good things happened to him. He wasn't perfect, but in the end, he got the whole chocolate factory. I think that as corny as that sometimes is, I feel like that came true for me.”

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Exclusive: Fear the Walking Dead’s Colman Domingo on Victor Strand’s Path to Leadership

***This interview contains spoilers for 7.07***

Colman DomingoThis season of Fear the Walking Dead viewers have felt that Strand has become much more ruthless, murdering people without thought. According to Colman Domingo, who stars as Victor Strand in the series, his character has always rode a fine line and been the antihero. “I think, in many ways, he has suppressed his own instincts,” the actor told Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview, “but when he's let his own instincts thrive, he's seen the success of it.

“…Now, with this fallout, it's an opportunity for a clean slate. He just doing the math. He's like, ‘Well, I've done all these things, and I'm still a survivor. There must be a good reason for it. Why don't I decide to explore what it's like to do things the way I see fit and to have a civilization the way I believe it should operate, and not suppress it?’

“…So, this is the first time we see him living under his own operating systems, and it’s thriving. It may be harsh…[but] it's a working civilization, and he’s absolutely the head of it. The way he's doing it, it's very complicated, but the thing that he knows, is, at the day, it's working.”

The actor does believe, however, that Strand is being affected by his actions, even if he doesn’t think he is, and we will see how that plays out this season.

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Doctor Who: Flux - Survivors of the Flux - 13.05 - 11/28/21 - Review & Recap

***The following review and recap contains heavy spoilers for 13.05, so please watching before reading.***

Doctor Who: FluxThis week on Doctor Who, while the Doctor (Jodie Whittaker) finds herself outside of the universe at Division, Yaz (Mandip Gill), Dan (John Bishop), and Jericho (Kevin McNally) are stuck in 1901. The trio spends the next three years searching for clues about how and when the universe will be coming to an end. Meanwhile, the Doctor finally gets some answers, as the woman she met previously in her memories, who turns out to be Tecteun, reveals that the Division, originally created on Gallifrey, created the Flux to hide their existence and get rid of the Doctor in one fell swoop to move on to the next universe, destroying hers in their wake.

Overall, there were some positives and some negatives about the episode this week, in my opinion. The episode was fairly linear again and easy enough to understand, but I’m not sure the story that was told was as revealing or exciting as it was meant to be.

First of all, although the last episode’s final scenes were so crazy, it was resolved right off the bat with a rather unsatisfactory conclusion that apparently the Doctor was turned into a Weeping Angel all for the sake of transporting her to Tecteun. It didn’t really explain why that was necessary.

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Doctor Who Next Time Trailer: The Vanquishers - 13.06 - 12/05/21

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13.06 - "The Vanquishers"
Next Time Trailer


Here’s your first look at what’s happening next time in the final chapter ‘The Vanquishers’.

Below is a trailer from the thirteenth season episode of Doctor Who, "The Vanquishers." Doctor Who airs Sundays at 8/7c on BBC America. Check it out below.

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Funko Releases Product Assortment In Celebration of Grogu Balloon Debuting at Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

Funko, a leading pop culture consumer products company, has released an assortment of products in celebration of the Funko Pop!-inspired balloon featuring the character Grogu™ (known in pop culture as Baby Yoda) from the Star Wars™ series The Mandalorian™, which will fly at this year’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade®. Available today, the highly-anticipated assortment is now available exclusively on Funko.com. 

More information on Funko's product assortment can be found below.

FUNKO RELEASES  HIGHLY-ANTICIPATED PRODUCT ASSORTMENT IN CELEBRATION OF THE POP!-INSPIRED BALLOON FEATURING THE CHARACTER GROGU™ DEBUTING AT THE 2021 MACY’S THANKSGIVING DAY PARADE

The Long-Awaited Products Influenced by the Iconic Character From The Mandalorian™ Series Are Available Now Exclusively on Funko.com


WHAT: Funko, a leading pop culture consumer products company, has released an assortment of products in celebration of the Funko Pop!-inspired balloon featuring the character Grogu™ (known in pop culture as Baby Yoda) from the Star WarsÔ series The Mandalorian™, which will fly at this year’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade®.

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Welcome! This is a place for those inspired by the strange, fantastic, and unknown. It is dedicated to those who share their talents with us and shine, whether it be on our televisions or on the silver screen. Here you will find interviews with celebrities, reviews from multiple genres, and other pop culture news and multimedia. While we originally started with a love for science fiction and fantasy, this site is no longer just for any one genre.Something you want to see featured here? Have your own site you'd like to see here? Don't hesitate to let us know!
Welcome! This is a place for those inspired by the strange, fantastic, and unknown. It is dedicated to those who share their talents with us and shine, whether it be on our televisions or on the silver screen. Here you will find interviews with celebrities, reviews from multiple genres, and other pop culture news and multimedia. While we originally started with a love for science fiction and fantasy, this site is no longer just for any one genre.Something you want to see featured here? Have your own site you'd like to see here? Don't hesitate to let us know!
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