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Press: ‘Walking Dead’ Star Lauren Cohan Breaks Down AMC Contract Dispute

 

VARIETY – “Walking Dead” star Lauren Cohan delved into her contract dispute with AMC on SiriuXM’s “Andy Cohen Live” on Wednesday

 

Cohan said her request for a pay increase was a standard business practice which came while she was negotiating a new contract with the show.

 

“It wasn’t actually that I was asking for it, it was that my contract had finished,” Cohan said. “So that’s pretty standard renegotiation.” Cohan went on to say that she is hoping to explore “comedy and happier fare,” like her upcoming ABC spy dramedy “Whiskey Cavalier.”

 

The actress also reassured fans the salary dispute doesn’t mean the end for her “Walking Dead” character, Maggie, and she is still focused on working on the show.

 

“My ‘Walking Dead’ story is open, it’s not finished,” Cohan said. “You don’t break up with someone and forget about them and delete them from your life, no, things transition into different places.

 

Cohan is reportedly only going to appear in handful of episodes in “The Walking Dead’s” upcoming ninth season. This comes as series star Andrew Lincoln formally announced that Season 9 will be his last with the show.

 

“This has been the most extraordinary, amazing, and beautiful experience of my career,” Lincoln said at the show’s San Diego Comic-Con panel last week. He also said that he would be taking a break from acting to spend more time with his family back in England

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Press: San Diego Comic Con 2018 – Lauren Cohan and Danai Gurira deliver pizza to a Walking Dead fan

EW – From post-apocalyptic survivors to Postmates?

 

The Walking Dead stars Lauren Cohan and Danai Gurira took a break from battling zombies (and promoting their hit AMC series) to hand-deliver some pizzas to one lucky fan during San Diego Comic-Con this weekend. And lucky for us, they got the whole thing on tape.

 

In a video posted to Cohan’s Instagram account Saturday, the two actresses — who portray Hilltop leader Maggie and katana-wielding badass Michonne — stroll casually down a Hard Rock Hotel hallway carrying two pies for an unsuspecting TWD enthusiast.

 

“Hey, pizza delivery!” Gurira says as they approach the delivery destination.

 

“They were really short-staffed downstairs, and we were like, ‘All right!’” Cohan tells the bewildered fan, Angie. The video cuts off with the promise of a group photo — all in a day’s work.

 

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Press: San Diego Comic Con 2018 – Don’t Expect Maggie and Rick to Fight to the Death

TV GUIDE – When The Walking Dead concluded Season 8, Rick (Andrew Lincoln) made the controversial decision to let Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) live instead of killing him for all the pain and suffering and death he bestowed on Rick’s group. (To be fair, Rick slit Negan’s throat, but Negan survived.)

 

Many fans weren’t happy about the decision, and they shared the feeling of Maggie (Lauren Cohan), who wanted Negan to pay for turning her husband Glenn’s (Steven Yeun) head into brain spaghetti with a baseball bat. In the final moments of the Season 8 finale, Maggie, Jesus (Tom Payne) and Daryl (Norman Reedus) gathered at the Hilltop to seemingly conspire against Rick for keeping Negan alive.

 

It set up a possible civil war inside the group with Rick leading one faction and Maggie leading the other, and had us all theorizing that the divide might have something to do with Lincoln and Cohan leaving the show next season. They totally kill each other, right? Wrong.

 

At The Walking Dead press conference held in San Diego Comic-Con after the fan panel, Season 8 showrunner Scott Gimple addressed the situation and essentially defused things a little bit.

 

“We’ve got to remember where we left Maggie in the last season,” Gimple said. “They made a deal in the finale that Negan was done. They were going to kill him. So when Rick spared his life and Maggie broke down, she broke down because of all the sheer emotion of everything that he had done to Glen and everybody around them. All the pain that he had inflicted on everyone. So Maggie felt betrayed.”

 

It appears that Gimple tried to explain that Maggie was angry in the moment, but she wasn’t going to immediately act with some sort of coup. Danai Gurira, who plays Michonne, expanded on the idea and essentially shut out the idea of a possible war between the two, but didn’t rule out lots of complications.

 

“There’s so much tension as a result of that,” Gurira said. “It’s not all-out grown men fighting each other in a pit with two sticks or whatever, it’s more fraught because it’s people who love each other and it’s people who want to be on the same page, but really, really aren’t. It’s family. It’s a family feud, which is actually much in some ways scarier, and it feels much more volatile.”

 

So for all of you out there getting your #TeamRick and #TeamMaggie shirts ready, better put a pin in it for a bit.

 

The Walking Dead returns for Season 9 Sunday, Oct. 7 on AMC.

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