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The Top Five Carl Grimes Scenes on The Walking Dead

Carl Grimes is the character that joined the show when Chandler Riggs, the actor who played the role was just a kid. The character was an annoying kid, but we’ve watched him make the evolution from the awkward boy to a real tough young man in “The Walking Dead” series. The son of the main character, Rick Grimes, we pay tribute to the character who recently died on the show, much to the chagrin and dissatisfaction of hard core fans. Here are the five top Carl Grimes scenes from the series. Carl Grimes Confronts Negan Carl stands quietly listening as

The Top Five Carl Grimes Scenes on The Walking Dead
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"The Walking Dead" - Rip 'Carl Grimes'

Sneak Peek new footage from the February 25, 2018 premiere of "The Walking Dead", following up on the imminent death of 'Carl Grimes' (Chandler Riggs), revealed in footage below:

"...hiding out in a sewage tunnel with the others, 'Carl' (Chandler Riggs) reveals he's been bitten by a 'walker'...

"...with no cure in sight. Despite his wound, he bravely makes his final moments count..."

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "The Walking Dead" February 2018 premiere...

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Heroes And Villains Adds Chris Coggins, Gary Ventimiglia To Manager Roster

Exclusive: Heroes and Villains Entertainment has added Chris Coggins and Gary Ventimiglia to its roster of managers. Ventimiglia comes to Heroes and Villains as a manager from Authentic, after running production companies such as Maverick and Valhalla, where he was responsible for bringing in The Walking Dead graphic novel. His clients include director Chris Moukarbel, who directed the Lady Gaga Netflix documentary Gaga: Five Foot Two; Michael Mayer, whose debut feature Ou…
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Heroes And Villains Adds Chris Coggins, Gary Ventimiglia To Manager Roster

Exclusive: Heroes and Villains Entertainment has added Chris Coggins and Gary Ventimiglia to its roster of managers. Ventimiglia comes to Heroes and Villains as a manager from Authentic, after running production companies such as Maverick and Valhalla, where he was responsible for bringing in The Walking Dead graphic novel. His clients include director Chris Moukarbel, who directed the Lady Gaga Netflix documentary Gaga: Five Foot Two; Michael Mayer, whose debut feature Ou…
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SAG Awards Nominations 2018: Full List of Nominees

SAG Awards Nominations 2018: Full List of Nominees
The 24th Screen Actors Guild Awards nominations are in, and a slew of beloved TV and movie actors are celebrating!

On Wednesday morning, Olivia Munn and Niecy Nash announced the nominees from the Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood, California, and were full of witty banter. Those nominated for Outstanding Action Performances by Stunt Ensembles in both television and film were also announced by SAG Awards Committee Chair JoBeth Williams and SAG Awards Committee Member Elizabeth McLaughlin prior to Munn and Nash taking the stage.

The 2018 SAG Awards airs Jan. 21 on both TNT and TBS at 8 p.m. Est, with Kristen Bell as the show's first-ever host.

Niecy Nash and Olivia Munn announce the 24th Annual SAG Awards nominees at SilverScreen Theater at the Pacific Design Center on Dec. 13, 2017 in West Hollywood, California.

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Here's a look at the list of nominees:

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Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role:

Timothée Chalamet, Call Me By Your Name

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SAG Awards: Big Little Lies, Glow, Stranger Things Lead Nominations

SAG Awards: Big Little Lies, Glow, Stranger Things Lead Nominations
Nominations for the 24th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards were announced on Wednesday morning, and HBO’s just-renewed Big Little Lies, Netflix’s rookie dramedy Glow and Netflix crowdpleaser Stranger Things led the TV field with four nods apiece.

HBO’s Game of Thrones followed with three nods.

Related Golden Globes: Big Little Lies, Feud, Fargo, This Is Us and Handmaid’s Tale Lead TV Nominations

Couple key takeaways: This Is Us landed a Best Drama Ensemble nod after getting snubbed last year; Netflix’s freshman drama Ozark put up a strong showing with nominations for leads Jason Bateman and
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SAG Award Nominations: Complete List

SAG Award Nominations: Complete List
Nominations for the 24th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards were announced on Wednesday morning.

Olivia Munn and Niecy Nash revealed the nominees from the Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood. TNT, TBS, and truTV aired the announcement, which was also available to stream online, starting at 7 a.m. Pt/10 a.m Et. Presenters were joined by SAG-aftra president Gabrielle Carteris, SAG Awards committee chair JoBeth Williams, and SAG Awards committee member Elizabeth McLaughlin.

Big Little Lies,” “Stranger Things,” and “Glow” each scored four nods on the TV side, while “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” landed four nominations and “Lady Bird” received three for film.

Kristen Bell will host the SAG Awards on Jan. 21. The ceremony, recognizing top performances in television and film, will air live on both TNT and TBS at 8 p.m. Et.

Here is the full list of nominations:

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role:

Timothee Chalamet, “Call Me by Your Name

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SAG Awards 2018 Full TV Nominations List: Netflix Dominates, While HBO’s ‘Big Little Lies’ Leads

SAG Awards 2018 Full TV Nominations List: Netflix Dominates, While HBO’s ‘Big Little Lies’ Leads
Netflix binged on Screen Actors Guild Awards last year, winning four of the eight major TV awards — including both drama and comedy ensemble prizes (for “The Crown” and “Orange is the New Black”) — and it appears destined to repeat in 2018. The streaming service dominated the 24th Annual SAG Awards nominations roster on Wednesday morning, cleaning up with 19 nods overall — ahead of second-place HBO (12).

Netflix’s nominees were spread out among some of its most critically acclaimed series, including “The Crown” and “Stranger Things” on the drama side, and “Glow” and “Orange is the New Black” in comedy. The streamer also landed multiple nods with “Ozark” and “Grace and Frankie,” while SAG favorite Robin Wright, now the sole star of “House of Cards,” scored a nod.

Also in the hunt: Hulu, which entered the SAG derby with “The Handmaid’s Tale.” But just like the Golden Globe nominations earlier this week,
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‘Jean-Claude Van Johnson’ Review: An Ode to Jean-Claude Van Damme, His Movies, and Not Much Else

‘Jean-Claude Van Johnson’ Review: An Ode to Jean-Claude Van Damme, His Movies, and Not Much Else
In 2017, there’s a show for everyone, and typically that’s a good thing. There’s so much demand for fresh content and so many content providers looking to stand out, fresh stories from distinct voices populate an ever-diversifying television landscape. In other words, this is a world that could easily have room for a show where Jean-Claude Van Damme plays Jean-Claude Van Damme, a movie star who’s also a highly trained international spy.

But for as nutty as “Jean-Claude Van Johnson” sounds, its execution feels too familiar to earn its spot. Though the story-building in the pilot is clever enough to provide ample opportunity for good old-fashioned fun, too many easy jokes and half-baked movie homages keep the six-episode first season from fulfilling its potential as the sharp meta successor to “Episodes,” “The Comedians,” or even Van Damme’s 2008 film, “Jcvd.”

For starters, “Jean-Claude Van Johnson” has nothing to say about the industry,
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‘Jean-Claude Van Johnson’ Review: An Ode to Jean-Claude Van Damme, His Movies, and Not Much Else

‘Jean-Claude Van Johnson’ Review: An Ode to Jean-Claude Van Damme, His Movies, and Not Much Else
In 2017, there’s a show for everyone, and typically that’s a good thing. There’s so much demand for fresh content and so many content providers looking to stand out, fresh stories from distinct voices populate an ever-diversifying television landscape. In other words, this is a world that could easily have room for a show where Jean-Claude Van Damme plays Jean-Claude Van Damme, a movie star who’s also a highly trained international spy.

But for as nutty as “Jean-Claude Van Johnson” sounds, its execution feels too familiar to earn its spot. Though the story-building in the pilot is clever enough to provide ample opportunity for good old-fashioned fun, too many easy jokes and half-baked movie homages keep the six-episode first season from fulfilling its potential as the sharp meta successor to “Episodes,” “The Comedians,” or even Van Damme’s 2008 film, “Jcvd.”

For starters, “Jean-Claude Van Johnson” has nothing to say about the industry,
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‘The Walking Dead 8×08: How It’s Gotta Be’ Review

Remember when the Saviours were trapped in a siege and Rick’s (Andrew Lincoln) plan appeared to be working? We should have known things wouldn’t run smoothly, this is The Walking Dead. With many people wondering if it was their fault this week, the answer is yes, it is their fault.

With Rick racing back to Alexandria to protect his family, Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) is already there and ready to raise hell. Carl (Chandler Riggs) takes control though and takes steps to help people escape, but will they all make it out alive?

Negan is in his element this week, and when he gives his big speech, I can’t help but compare him to Rick. What Negan is doing is what Rick has done, but he takes a more direct approach. When Rick finally does make it back and we see the two starts to fight, Negan
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Jesus From 'Walking Dead' Busts Out Impromptu Aerosmith Jam

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[[tmz:video id="0_rwoai4yq"]] Jesus wants to rock and who's gonna tell him he can't? Thomas Payne, aka Jesus on "The Walking Dead," busted out a surprise performance last weekend of Aerosmith's "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing." Thomas and a bunch of other 'Dead' stars were in Iselin, NJ for a fan convention. We're told Tp was drinking at the hotel bar when he decided to jump on stage with the local faves, Chapter 2 Band, and did his best Steven Tyler impression.
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‘Shot Caller’ Review: Dir. Ric Roman Waugh (2017)

Shot Caller review: Game of ThronesNikolaj Coster-Waldau swaps Westeros for prison in this eye-opening and brutal feature.

Shot Caller review by Kat Hughes.

Shot Caller Review

This Friday for many there is only one film that matters at the cinema, Star Wars VIII: The Last Jedi, but it isn’t the only new release out. Altitude have taken the bold move to release their latest movie, Shot Caller, the same weekend as Rian Johnson’s take on the popular space opera. Granted, Shot Caller is screening only in a limited amount of cinemas, but if you fancy something a little less mainstream, then this may very well be the film for you.

Starring Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Games of Thrones) and Jon Bernthal (The Walking Dead, The Punisher), Shot Caller tells the sorry tale of Coster-Waldau’s Jacob, a typical American businessman who finds himself in prison after a tragic car accident.
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The Walking Dead gets a new wave of Pop! Vinyl figures from Funko

Funko has revealed a new wave of Pop! Television vinyl figures for AMC’s hit zombie drama series The Walking Dead which includes Ezekiel, Richard, Eugene, Sasha, Negan, a walker version of Sasha, and a Fye exclusive Daryl in his prison suit from his time at The Sanctuary; take a look below…

This series features “King” of the Kingdom, Ezekiel and soldier Richard, The Sanctuary’s chief engineer Eugene, and Sasha – she’s a sharpshooter who is a proven survivor. Rounding out the series is a new version of Negan! Shown clean shaven with a bit of blood splatter, holding his lovely Lucille. A walker version of Sasha will be available on Funko Shop! Look for Daryl in his prison suit! Find him exclusively at Fye! Collect them all this Winter!

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Smiles, Laughter & Bloody Practical Effects Featured in Behind-the-Scenes Photos from The Walking Dead Season 8’s First Half

As intense and macabre as a show like The Walking Dead can be, the actors and crew members of the series have discussed time and time again how they are like a real family on set, and a new gallery of behind-the-scenes photos from the first half of season 8 show the cast and crew having fun like a family during breaks on set that include tickling, a chess match, and, of course, buckets of fake blood.

The Walking Dead will return for the second half of its 16-episode eighth season on Sunday, February 25th at 9:00 pm Est. In the meantime, you can reflect on the eighth season's first half in the behind-the-scenes photo gallery below, and check here to catch up on our previous season 8 coverage, including the preview video for the second half of the eighth season.

Season 8 synopsis: "Last season, Rick Grimes and his group of survivors
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Chandler Riggs’ dad unhappy with The Walking Dead mid-season finale

The father of The Walking Dead star, Chandler Riggs, is reportedly unhappy at events during the show’s mid-season finale. Spoilers to follow…

In the mid-season finale of AMC’s The Walking Dead, one of the show’s few remaining original stars, Chandler Riggs (Carl), suffered the dreaded bite of a zombie, signalling the character’s end.

Now that Carl has been written out of the show, Riggs is out of a job, and his father isn’t best pleased. Talking on Facebook, William Riggs went after the series and its showrunner Scott Gimple.

“Watching Gimple fire my son 2 weeks before his 18th birthday after telling him they wanted him for the next 3 years was disappointing,” Riggs wrote. “I never trusted Gimple or AMC but Chandler did. I know how much it hurt him. But we do absolutely know how lucky we have been to be a part of it
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TV Review: The Walking Dead: Season 8, Episode 8: How It’s Gotta Be [AMC]

The Walking Dead: How It’s Gotta Be Review AMC‘s The Walking Dead, season 8, episodes 8, ‘How it’s Gotta Be,’ leveled the playing field in the worst way, in the All Out War; but leveled the season out of its dip, in the process. We all knew it was coming (though the script skimped on [...]

Continue reading: TV Review: The Walking Dead: Season 8, Episode 8: How It’s Gotta Be [AMC]
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AMC TV Show Ratings (updated 12/12/17)

Though AMC has had some popular scripted series that have run for years, many others have been cancelled after just one season. How are the current crop of shows doing? Which will be cancelled or renewed? We'll have to wait and see.Scripted AMC Network shows listed: Better Call Saul, Breaking Bad, Feed the Beast, Fear the Walking Dead, Halt and Catch Fire, Hell on Wheels, Humans, Into the Badlands, Low Winter Sun, Mad Men, The Night Manager, Preacher, The Son, Turn: Washington's Spies, and The Walking Dead.Last update: Most recent ratings added for The Walking Dead.There's lots of data that AMC execs look at when deciding whether to renew or cancel a TV series but ratings are the major ingredient. Here's an updated listing of all of their recent/current primetime scripted shows.Read More…
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The Walking Dead on AMC: Cancelled or Renewed for Season Nine?

Vulture Watch Have Rick and his crew survived the undead horde? Is The Walking Dead TV show cancelled or renewed for a ninth season on AMC? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of The Walking Dead, season nine. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?  What's This TV Show About? A zombie apocalypse drama series on the AMC cable channel, The Walking Dead stars Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Lauren Cohan, Chandler Riggs, Danai Gurira, Melissa McBride, Lennie James, Alanna Masterson, Josh McDermitt, Christian Serratos, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Seth Gilliam, Ross Marquand, Austin Amelio, Tom Payne, Xander Berkeley, Katelyn Nacon, Steven Ogg, and Pollyanna McIntosh. The eighth season kicks off with Rick (Lincoln) and company banding together with
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Flashpoint fan art imagines Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Lauren Cohan as Batman and The Joker

While the box office underperformance of Justice League has raised some questions about the future of the DC Extended Universe, recent reports have suggested that Warner Bros. remains keen on moving forward with its Flashpoint movie.

For those unfamiliar with Flashpoint, the original comic book storyline sees a powerless Barry Allen waking in a vastly different DC universe – one where Wonder Woman and the Amazons are at war with Aquaman and the Atlanteans, Kal-El never became Superman, and Thomas Wayne has taken on the mantle of the Batman following the death of Bruce Wayne as a child (an event which also results in Martha Wayne becoming The Joker).

We have of course already seen Thomas and Martha Wayne in the Dceu, with The Walking Dead co-stars Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Lauren Cohan portraying the characters in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, and Morgan in particular has already expressed his interest in returning for Flashpoint.
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