Former Walking Dead showrunner Glen Mazzara has been tapped by Warner Bros. to write The Overlook Hotel, a prequel to Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining.
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Less than three months after announcing his departure from The Walking Dead, former showrunner Glen Mazzara has inked a deal with Fox Television Studios to develop cable projects under his new production banner.
The Walking Dead showrunner Glen Mazzara discusses the inevitable showdown between the Governor and Rick, the development of Daryl and Michonne, and the introduction of a “major character” from the comic series.
The unexpected announcement this morning that AMC and showrunner Glen Mazzara “have mutually decided to part ways” is accompanied by confirmation that The Walking Dead will return for a fourth season.
AMC will move closer to the source material in February when it reruns the first two seasons of The Walking Dead in black and white. Previously, the network aired a monochrome version of the show’s pilot.
Rumor has it that another major character in AMC’s hit drama The Walking Dead is going to be killed off this season, so we try to figure out who it could be.
The Walking Dead has cast Rubicon actor Dallas Roberts as a brand-new character introduced in the third season of the AMC drama. He’ll play a resident of Woodbury who assists the Governor.
Two new images have surfaced from the upcoming third season of AMC’s The Walking Dead depicting some of the undead inmates Rick & Co. will encounter at their new safe haven, the West Georgia Correctional Facility.
New official photos of The Walking Dead reveal Rick and the other survivors taking on the zombie hordes in the prison during season three.
The first video from the set of The Walking Dead‘s third season offers a few glimpses inside the Prison and promises a pace that is “darker, harder, faster, deeper.”
The Walking Dead showrunner Glen Mazzara sat down for an interview with The Walking Dead ‘Cast podcast before Sunday’s fiery finale to talk about the back half of the second season, shifting the tone closer to that of the comic, and the “ribbing” the show receives over T-Dog’s lack of dialogue.
The Shield alum Glen Mazzara reportedly will succeed Frank Darabont has showrunner of the hit AMC drama, which returns for a second season in October.