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'The Walking Dead' Season 7 First Promo Image Released!

The Walking Dead just released the promo artwork for the upcoming seventh season!

“Eeny, meeny, miny, moe. You are it. The #TWD Season 7 trailer arrives Friday, July 22 at #TWDSDCC,” the show’s official Twitter account tweeted, along with the art work.

They also announced the trailer will arrive on Friday (July 22), which coincides with The Walking Dead panel at 2016 Comic Con. We’ll be doing lots of 2016 Comic Con coverage so stay tuned next weekend!

The Walking Dead season 7 will premiere in the Fall on AMC.

Bigger photo below…

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'The Walking Dead' Showrunner Says Finale Was 'Never Intended to F— With People'

Norman Reedus and Lauren Cohan hit the stage to speak at their The Walking Dead: For Your Consideration Event held at The Montalban Theater on Monday (April 11) in Los Angeles.

The two stars were joined at the event by showrunner Scott M. Gimple, executive producer-director Greg Nicotero, editor Dan Liu, and casting directors Sharon Bialy and Sherry Thomas, as well as moderator, director Paul Feig.

“We never intend to f— with people,” Gimple expressed about the season six finale (via Variety). “You all just saw the episode and I want to go on record and say we were not trying to f— with you.”

“I feel like this finale has been the pinnacle of the emotional connection we have with the cast,” Lauren added. “We all go to some crazy and vulnerable places on the show, but there was something about that final scene with us all lined up.”

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'The Walking Dead' Finale: Who Did Negan Kill? (Spoilers!)

SPOILER ALERT! Don’t continue reading if you don’t want to know what happened on tonight’s The Walking Dead!

At the end of The Walking Dead season finale, Negan gave a seemingly deadly swing with his barbed bat Lucille, potentially killing a fan favorite character.

Rick, Michonne, Glenn, Daryl, Rosita, Carl, Maggie, Aaron, Eugene, Abraham and Sasha were all in the group, and all at the mercy of villainous Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan).

However, as he swung the bat, the screen went black and only the sounds of the impact were heard. The remaining group was screaming, but it was largely inaudible.

It should be noted that in the comic series, Glenn (played on the show by Steven Yeun) is killed by Negan.

WHO DO YOU THINK was killed by Negan???

'The Walking Dead' Finale Trailer Offers Sneak Peek at Negan - Watch Now!

A sneak peek at next week’s season finale of The Walking Dead was just released, and it features our very first look at Negan (played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan).

The character of Negan is known for his violent temper and foul-mouth, and fans have been waiting to see his face all season!

If you missed it, find out what Norman Reedus had to say about the most recent, explosive episode of The Walking Dead!

The season finale of The Walking Dead will air on Sunday (April 3) on AMC at 9 p.m./8c. Be sure to check it out – it’s a 90 minute episode!

Watch the finale sneak peek below…

Johnny Depp's Head Was on 'The Walking Dead' Last Night!

Johnny Depp made a cameo on the latest episode of The Walking Dead on Sunday night (March 6) and chances are, you had no idea it was him.

In one scene, three decapitated heads of walkers were seen on display and one of them just so happened to be molded from Johnny‘s actual head.

“One of the other heads, I don’t know if I’m going to get in trouble if I say this, was Johnny Depp,” the episode’s director Greg Nicotero told EW. “I think we had sculpted an emaciated version of a dummy head for something and we used Johnny Depp’s head as a basis just for a clay sculpt.”

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Walking Dead's Danai Gurira Talks That Shocking Moment Between Michonne & Rick!

SPOILER ALERT! Don’t continue if you don’t want to know what happened on tonight’s The Walking Dead.

Danai Gurira, who plays Michonne on The Walking Dead, just opened up about her character’s hookup with Rick (Andrew Lincoln).

“I had a pretty good inkling something was coming soon between the characters, but when I read it I was still kind of surprised. There was something surprising seeing those names on the page doing that. Seeing it in writing was like, “Whoaaaa!” I was kind of thrown,” the 38-year-old actress told Variety. “We have a lot of fans who are very much about these two being together and they were picking up on something that was definitely there. I picked up on something since the episode ‘Clear’ in season 3. Mr. Gimple had written that episode. He wasn’t making all the calls at that point, it was before he was showrunner, but we actually chatted about it even then.”

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The Walking Dead's Chandler Riggs Discusses Carl's Shocking Moment (Spoilers)

SPOILER ALERT! Don’t continue reading if you don’t want to know what happened on The Walking Dead mid-season premiere.

On The Walking Dead season six mid-season premiere, Chandler Riggs‘ character Carl was shot in the eye by a stray bullet from Jessie’s older son, Ron’s (Austin Abrams) gun after being stabbed by Michonne (Danai Gurira). The moment happens in the comic book.

Chandler opened up to THR about the moment and his character going forward.

“I felt like it would never happen and then when [showrunner] Scott Gimple sat down with me and told me the whole story line of season six, I was really excited to hear that Carl was going to lose his eye. That was something I’d been looking forward to that ever since I figured out that he’d live through the gunshot wound,” Chandler said. “It was a night shoot and it was really late. That whole sequence is really dark and brutal. The whole thing with Jessie and Sam was crazy. With her hand getting chopped off everything was crazy. The fun part was the whole turning around and revealing that my eye was gone.”

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