“The Walking Dead” director Greg Nicotero also hinted about the 90-minute Season 6 premiere in a recent interview when he said that the show will open right in the middle of the heightened action sequence during the Season 5 finale. The register sea doesn’t have to be the risk-free set up each of these properties need.
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“This is going to be the most intense season of “Walking Dead” yet”.
“I think it would be very cool if Negan were to be introduced in the show”, he told the crowd to thunderous applause. It’s good to have a lot of new people in the mix and seeing Rick interact with these people in a “safe place” with the misconception on how the worlds works now and all the conflict that comes with that.
“The Walking Dead” will also be making an appearance at NYC’s Comic Con.
Morgan (Lennie James) will play an integral part in the upcoming season, and Kirkman admitted, “The character of Morgan does come back in the comic book series too, so it was always the plan, and then Lennie James just kept working … it took a while to get him back”. She’s become a bridge between Rick’s group and the Alexandria group, and we’ll see more of that moving forward. “So on Fear, we get to see how a regular person like Travis would react to these situations”.
“Season 6 has a vast amount of big moments pulled from the comics”, Kirkman revealed. “I do know when but I can’t say”. And while Kirkman was light on plot details about the new episodes, he did tease a few broad strokes.
The director also assured fans that the premiere episode of Season 6 will surely fill up the answers to numerous fan questions that were left unanswered during the Season 5 finale.
“This is going to be the most intense season of The Walking Dead yet”.
“The Walking Dead” returns for Season 6 on Sunday on AMC.