Ryan Murphy signs 5 year Netflix deal, exclusive Stranger Things action figures and Morgan’s future on The Walking Dead
Welcome back to Horror After Dark Issue #9! If you missed last week, check out the news here. When you’re all set, continue reading for more news on your favorite horror shows.
Thanks to McFarlane Toys, the Stranger Things cast is turning into action figures! Check out a sneak peek of the figures!
Guess Who: Stephen King’s The Bone Church may be turning into a series!
Stephen King’s The Bone Church might be turning into a series! According to Deadline, Cedar Park Entertainment has just bought the rights to King’s poem from the 1960’s. Apparently, the poem follows “an adventurer [who’ organizes an expedition deep into a vast jungle land to locate the mythic Bone Church. They discover a secret not meant for the eyes of strangers.” Read more on the news here.
Interviews: More news on Carl’s goodbye on The Walking Dead and Fear the Walking Dead will play with time in season 4
Scott Gimple, Executive Producer of The Walking Dead, recently gave more insight into Chandler Riggs’ performance as Carl. As fans may know, Riggs’ character will depart the series in the midseason premiere. Apparently, Carl’s death will be “nuclear.” Read more of his interview here.
Want to see a video of Andrew Lincoln (Rick) serenading Chandler Riggs (Carl)? You’ve come to the right place. In an exclusive with EW, Lincoln made Riggs a goodbye video due to his departure on TWD. He even mentions that he won’t have to say “Coral!” anymore when referencing Riggs’ character!
The new showrunners of Fear the Walking Dead have given insight into how the new season will look! As well as experimenting more with the timelines of TWD, according to EW, the showrunners mentioned that in season 4:
“Walkers will have a big[ger] role. And there will be characters who are a little bit larger than life, because as we get deeper in the apocalypse, very often the people who survive and do well in the apocalypse are people who have out-sized personalities or have really interesting ways of living.”
Don’t miss the premiere of FTWD on April 4th.
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