Home > Steven Yeun To Reunite With 'The Walking Dead' Creator For Amazon's 'Invincible'

People
Steven Yeun To Reunite With 'The Walking Dead' Creator For Amazon's 'Invincible'

Description

Added on the 03/02/2019 16:47:04 - Copyright : Wochit

To customise your video :

Or Create an account

More videos on the subject

  • 'The Walking Dead' Stars Reunite On 'Ride'

    The Walking Dead star Norman Reedus reunited with former co-star Steven Yeun on Sunday's Ride With Norman Reedus, which followed the bike enthusiasts on a trek around California's Bay Area."Life on The Walking Dead isn't the same without him. We used to ride together down in Georgia, and we're gonna pick it up just where ...

    18/02/2019 - Wochit
  • Walking Dead Creator Has New Amazon Series In The Works

    Nearly a year after moving his overall deal from AMC to Amazon Studios, The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman has lined up his first new series under the pact and it's a familiar one. Amazon Studios has handed out a straight-to-series order for an hourlong animated take on Invincible, based on Kirkman's recently concluded comic book of the same name.

    19/06/2018 - Wochit
  • The Walking Dead Creator Explains Why Negan’s Victim Had to Go

    – As 17 million viewers (and probably quite a few non-viewers) are now aware, last Sunday’s season 7 premiere of AMC apocalyptic drama The Walking Dead saw the fan favorite character of Glenn Rhee (Steven Yeun) experience one of the most graphic demises in the history of the series. Mirroring what happened to Glenn in the comics, Negan literally bashed Glenn’s brains in with his trademark weapon Lucille. Negan had promised in the season 6 cliffhanger finale that he was going to murder one member of Rick’s group with Lucille, as a way of establishing dominance over them, and introducing them to the life of servitude they would be living from now on. That man was Abraham (Michael Cudlitz), who was defiant to the bitter end, and as Negan said “took it like a champ.” Unfortunately, Daryl’s anger got the best of him, and he ultimately provoked the vicious villain to get “back to it,” ending Glenn’s life. Considering that The Walking Dead infamously faked Glenn’s death during season 6, many fans assumed that series creator Robert Kirkman and showrunner Scott Gimple would opt to not kill him off for real this time, despite what happened in print. After all, the show and book have deviated significantly on multiple occasions. In this case though, Kirkman ultimately decided that it was essential to the ongoing Walking Dead narrative for Glenn to meet his maker. Kirkman explained his reasoning to EW as follows: “It’s just that there’s a lot of material that comes from Glenn’s death in the comics. And while we do try to change things up to keep things interesting for the audience, and for me, this is one that there’s so much that comes from Rick, there’s so much with Negan, because that character is someone that he killed, and definitely Maggie is someone that kind of gets put on the trajectory that affects a great number of stories and a great number of characters moving forward. So it was kind of essential that that part of the scene at least remained intact, unfortunately.”

    30/10/2016 - Wochit
  • ‘Walking Dead’ Creator Robert Kirkman Says Glenn's Death Was Necessary

    Fans of 'The Walking Dead' looking for justice in the case of Steven Yeun's character Glenn, need to move on. According to show creator Robert Kirkman, the death was necessary. He states, "It’s just that there’s a lot of material that comes from Glenn’s death in the comics. So it was kind of essential that that part of the scene at least remained intact, unfortunately. We did discuss options. At the end of the day, we were like, pulling the thread on this sweater just pulls too many things apart and it’s too difficult to get back on that trajectory without that death.”

    28/10/2016 - Wochit
  • A ‘Walking Dead’ Star Admits He Had ‘Enough’ Of The Show

    The highest-rated episode of The Walking Dead is still the one where Negan brutally murdered Abraham and Glenn, season seven’s “The Day Will Come When You Won’t Be.” It’s also when a lot of viewers stopped watching the zombie series; even members of the cast, including Andrew Lincoln (Rick) and Steven Yeun (Glenn), thinks The Walking Dead went too far in its brutality. Add Chad Coleman to that list. The actor, who played good-guy Tyreese from season three to season five (and Cutty on The Wire!), told Popcorn Talk that he had enough of The Walking Dead after Negan (and Lucille) was introduced. “After Glenn and Abraham, you know, Negan smashed their heads in that way, it was just kinda like, that’s enough for me. Thanks guys. Take care. All the best.” But Coleman eventually tuned back in once the show came “back around to more nuanced, less extreme characters, you know?” (The Walking Dead is the only show where “humans wearing creepy skin-masks” is considered less extreme.) He continued, “That’s one of the benefits and joys of playing Tyreese, he’s a very real man in a very tough situation and you felt his humanity, his sensitivity, all the things that all of us as just regular folk would go through so they’re getting back to more nuanced character stuff again with [showrunner] Angela Kang and she was very much a part, as a writer, very much a part of the, I would say, the glory years.” The Walking Dead recently finished its best season in years, so hopefully we’re in the middle of a second glory era.

    01/05/2019 - Wochit

More videosPeople