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Gallery: “The Walking Dead”  – 9.03 ‘Warning Signs’ Screencaps

   
 

 

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Gallery: “The Walking Dead” 9.02 & 9.03 Stills and 9.03 Screencaps


 

 

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Gallery: Additions to Two 2018 Photoshoots

 

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Gallery: “The Walking Dead” 9.01 A New Beginning Stills and Screencaps

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Press/Gallery: Lauren Cohan On Life After Zombies — And Why We May Still See Maggie Again


 

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BUSTLE – As Maggie on The Walking Dead, Lauren Cohan kicks some serious butt. And just like her character, Cohan has come a long way since those days on the Greene family farm. She currently stars opposite Mark Wahlberg in the action-packed film Mile 22 as the fearless CIA operative Alice, and is also set to play a CIA agent in the spy dramedy Whiskey Cavalier when it comes to ABC in 2019. But despite the fact that her time on The Walking Dead is soon coming to an end (she’ll appear only in the first half of Season 9), Cohan isn’t concerned about what she’ll be doing when she’s no longer killing zombies on AMC. As she explains to Bustle, she’s always been pragmatic when it comes to her career, and she’s excited for what’s ahead.

When the British-American Cohan walks into the Bustle offices on a muggy New York City summer day, she exudes the sincere approachability that charmed Glenn Rhee and audiences alike back in Season 2 of The Walking Dead. She is far removed from the worlds of the zombie apocalypse and black ops missions here, but it’s easy to see why she often plays leaders worthy of following. And her portrayals of female leadership seem particularly significant in the current social climate.

Starting all the way back when she played con artist Bela in Supernatural, Cohan says she has never been limited by expectations people may have about female characters. “I can’t help but not be constricted by the stereotypes,” she says. However, she’s guarded when it comes to speaking on behalf of all women in the entertainment industry, preferring instead to focus on her own experiences. While she notes that she’s “glad that we’re in a time where light is being shown” on gender inequality, she’s personally drawn to roles that she feels accurately portray the human condition in general.

“Take Maggie in The Walking Dead, as well as [Alice] in Mile 22,” Cohan says. “Alice is at the top of her class. She’s able to be in a situation, assess what needs to be done, and either know already or learn how to navigate very, very complex and life-threatening situations. That doesn’t sound like a gender-specific thing to me. That sounds like something a human being has the impetus or desire to do.”

Cohan notes that she’s prone to being “completely over-analytical,” which could explain her cautiousness when it comes to speaking in generalities. This leads her to be extremely thoughtful and measured when it comes to seeing the whole picture. It’s also helped her navigate the waters of being known for a particular character for the last eight seasons while trying to plan for her post-Walking Dead future.

Though Cohan has been giving most of her time and attention to her role as Maggie, she has appeared in other projects during her Walking Dead tenure. She starred in the 2016 horror film The Boy, played Bruce Wayne’s mom in Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice, and portrayed Tupac Shakur’s mentor in the biopic All Eyez On Me alongside fellow Walking Dead star Danai Gurira.

Mile 22 is Cohan’s first major film role since The Boy, and her character Alice may remind Walking Dead fans of Maggie: She’s a competent leader who is struggling to balance the responsibilities of being a mother with what Cohan calls “a potential world crisis of atom-bomb proportions.” And Cohan doesn’t hesitate to draw parallels between her characters.

“The physical pressures of these environments in Walking Dead and in Mile 22 help become a pressure cooker for the emotion of said character. So with Alice in Mile 22, she is at this juncture of maybe wanting to be done with this life because it’s compromising having a normal life and having a relationship with her daughter,” Cohan says. “So she has a great responsibility to that and there’s [an] immense push and pull of career and motherhood. It’s almost impossible for her to leave, to choose one over the other, and it brings people — as I would imagine — to a great breaking point.”
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Press: ‘Walking Dead’ Kicks Off “Decade” Of Expansion Plans

DEADLINE – Looking to go for many more years, The Walking Dead premieres its upcoming ninth season next week in Los Angeles with a full-on Hollywood screening at the Directors Guild of America. However, with a plethora of photographs of the new season dropped today also (see below), it is the Big Apple that the AMC blockbuster intends to take a bite of more immediately.

With the departure of lead Andrew Lincoln and changes behind the camera in the form of new showrunner Angela Kang, TWD will hold panels at both PaleyFest New York and New York Comic Con in early October just before the Season 9 debut. Just like at San Diego Comic-Con, those shindigs will be packed to fire marshal capacity. Even with ratings declines the past couple of years, TWD has still been the top drama on all of TV in the key 18-49 demo for the past six seasons.

As notions of potential spinoffs, more crossovers and other platforms of the show have been long teased by former showrunner and now-Chief Content Officer Scott M. Gimple, AMC CEO Josh Sapan made TWD‘s future slightly more concrete when he told a recent investors’ gathering that the idea is to go for another decade in some form or another. As AMC’s SVP and Co-Head of Corporate Communications noted:

All of which adds to the drama as TWD is aiming for a reset of sorts with its ninth season.

Leading into that and coming just 24 hours before the Season 9 opener on October 7 on AMC, the 8 PM ET NYCC gathering will feature Lincoln plus castmates Norman Reedus, Danai Gurira, Melissa McBride and Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who plays now seemingly conquered villain Negan on the show based on Robert Kirkman’s comics.

Also in attendance at the Theater at Madison Square Garden, as in past years at the confab, will be EPs Kirkman, Gale Anne Hurd, Dave Alpert, and Greg Nicotero, who directed the season opener. EP and COO Gimple will also be onstage at MSG, along moderator Chris Hardwick and new showrunner Kang, who penned the first episode of Season 9.

As always at both NYCC and SDCC, expect a sneak peek or two at the new season.

However, if you are going to be at PaleyFest on October 6, you’ll get much more than a peek. The 3 PM ET TWD panel at 25 West 52nd Street with most if not all of the same participants will serve as the East Coast premiere of the full first episode of Season 9.

As original cast member Lincoln exits, first reported by Deadline back in May and confirmed by the Love Actually actor at SDCC, the post-apocalypse world of TWD is very different at the beginning of Season 9, which picks up a year and bit after the big showdown between Lincoln’s Survivors and allies and Negan’s gang. Along with Lauren Cohan scaling back her participation because of her new ABC series Whiskey Cavalier, the series offered another glimpse into the new reality of things with a series of photographs unveiled today of both of the new episodes and BTS.

 

 

 

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Gallery: “Mile 22” Press Conference and Premiere

 

 

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Gallery: Visiting “Young Hollywood” and “Mile 22” LA Photo Call

 

 

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