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Chandler Riggs Reacts To The Walking Dead’s Latest Death

The Walking Dead killed off yet another of its major characters in last night’s episode. The penultimate installment of season 10a, “Open Your Eyes” saw Alexandria doctor Siddiq murdered by Dante, who it turns out was a Whisperer spy. It was a brutal end for the character, who recently became a dad, but there is is an upside to it if you think about what the good Siddiq has done for the community. At least, this is how former Twd star Chandler Riggs feels.

The Carl Grimes actor was on Talking Dead following the shocking episode yesterday. When asked if he thinks Carol would be proud of the man he saved and invited into Alexandria shortly before his death, Riggs agreed that he would.

Here’s how he put it:

“Totally, totally. Carl, when he found Siddiq, he just saw another person in need. So the fact that he brought him back,
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'The Walking Dead': How That Fatal Twist Pays Homage to the Comic Books

[This story contains spoilers for season 10, episode seven, of AMC's The Walking Dead, "Open Your Eyes," as well as the comic books from Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard on which the show is based.]

The first major casualty of The Walking Dead's 10th season stands revealed: Siddiq, played by Avi Nash. Alexandria's foremost medical expert, first introduced to the series thanks in no small part to the sacrifice made by Carl Grimes (Chandler Riggs), is dead.

Siddiq's death occurs in the closing moments of "Open Your Eyes," written by Corey Reed and ...
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Vertical Entertainment Launches UK Distribution Arm With Genre Slate Including ‘Polaroid’, ‘Jacob’s Ladder’ Remake, ‘Only’ & More — Afm

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Exclusive: U.S. indie distributor Vertical Entertainment is launching a genre-leaning UK distribution arm during the American Film Market.

The slate for 2020 will include Polaroid, previously of Dimension Films; Ld Entertainment’s re-make Jacob’s Ladder; Xyz FilmsCode 8; Peter Facinelli-directed mystery thriller Hour Of Lead; Freida Pinto and Leslie Odom Jr. sci-fi film Only; and Skylin3s, the third installment in the Skyline franchise.

Also among the slate will be genre fare including Rock Paper Dead, Dark Light, Inmate Zero, The Host, True Fiction, Bit, and crime thriller Blood On Her Name starring Will Patton (Armageddon).

Vertical partners Rich Goldberg, Mitch Budin, and Peter Jarowey made the announcement. Vertical’s Head of international Sales, Ryan Keller, and Josh Spector, Vice President, Acquisitions & Distribution, will be overseeing the acquisitions strategy for the territory. Releases will be predominantly aimed at premium VOD.

Vertical will also handle all English-speaking rights for Polaroid,
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Horror Highlights: Junji Ito Tours the Winchester Mystery House, Salt City Horror Festival 2020 Lineup, The Vegan Zombie, Inherit The Viper

Watch the legendary Junji Ito take a tour of the Winchester mansion in Crunchyroll's Junji Ito Tours a Real Haunted House video. Also in today's Horror Highlights: the Salt City Horror Fest 2020 announcement, a look at The Vegan Zombie short film, and release details for Inherit the Viper, starring Josh Hartnett and Chandler Riggs.

Watch Junji Ito Tour the Winchester Mystery House: "Crunchyroll launches “Junji Ito Tours A Real Haunted House”

About the Video: Acclaimed horror mangaka, Junji Ito, steps inside the infamous Winchester Mystery House. We dive into what scares him the most and the stigma around creating such graphic and scary imagery...Also how he's very into the Beach Boys right now."

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Salt City Horror Fest 2020 Announced: "The Salt City Horror Festival is an annual 35mm horror film festival in Syracuse, NY. Featuring an all-day lineup of 35mm horror movies, celebrity guests and more.

Apr 18, 2020 at 9 Am – Apr 19, 2020 at 12:30 Am.
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Tribeca Sci-Fi Romancer ‘Only’ With Freida Pinto & Leslie Odom Jr To Hit Theaters In Vertical Deal

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Exclusive: Vertical Entertainment has acquired the North American and UK rights to Only, the Takashi Doscher-directed sci-fi movie starring Freida Pinto and Leslie Odom Jr that had its world premiere earlier this year at the Tribeca Film Festival. A day-and-date release is planned for the first quarter of 2020 for the pic, which is produced and financed by Swiss Army Man outfit Tadmor.

The Doscher-penned script questions the lengths we will go to protect the ones we love. When a mysterious disease threatens the global population of females, Will (Odom) is determined to keep his partner, Eva (Pinto), safe from the disease, the government and the bounty hunters searching for the few women still alive. Soon, however, the independent Eva realizes she cannot sit idle and let men decide her fate. The Walking Dead’s Chandler Riggs, Jayson Warner Smith and Joshua Mikel also star.

“Tadmor and I couldn’t
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‘The Walking Dead’ Review: Negan Discovers His No. 1 Fan in the Jam-Packed ‘What It Always Is’

‘The Walking Dead’ Review: Negan Discovers His No. 1 Fan in the Jam-Packed ‘What It Always Is’
[Editor’s Note: The following review contains spoilers for “The Walking Dead” Season 10, Episode 5, “What It Always Is.”]

It’s tempting to praise “What It Always Is” simply because of how busy it gets. Most “Walking Dead” episodes move like molasses, but this week’s entry has no less than four significant plot threads going, which at least keeps the pace pulsing. Unfortunately, all but one of those threads have major problems, with its most significant entry — Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) gets a new acolyte — being particularly dire. The upside: Episode 5 sets the stage for more compelling developments next week, but it’s a hard road getting there. The cracks in this season are just getting wider.

Last week I noted that “The Walking Dead” is always more interesting when it explores its heroes’ fallibility, as paranoia about the Whisperers leads to unrest in both Hilltop and Alexandria. Of course, it’s not paranoia if they’re really out to get you,
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The Walking Dead’s Andrew Lincoln Deserved Way More Recognition Says Chandler Riggs

Several months after leaving the starring role of Rick Grimes in AMC’s The Walking Dead, Andrew Lincoln has been praised by co-star Chandler Riggs, who said the now-46-year-old actor “deserved way more recognition than he got” in an interview with TooFab.

Despite Lincoln’s 2014 victory in the category of Favorite Anti-Hero at the People’s Choice Awards, two Saturn Awards for Best Actor on Television won in 2015 and 2017 and inclusion in The Walking Dead’s 2012 Satellite Award for Best Ensemble, he never received so much as a nomination for one of the coveted Emmy or Golden Globe awards. This evidently didn’t sit well with Riggs. “It’s really unfortunate to see the academy lean towards other shows and other things,” said the young actor, best known for the role of Carl Grimes.

Other awards received by The Walking Dead include Top Television Series at the Ascap Awards
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The Walking Dead: The 10 Scariest Scenes From Season 1, Ranked

It's been nine years since The Walking Dead season 1 premiered on AMC.  Police officer Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) wakes from a coma after being shot to find the world as he knows it no longer exists. It now belongs to the dead: large armies of rotting flesh who are driven by only one desire -- hunger.

Related: 10 Characters On The Walking Dead Who Should Still Be Alive

Rick, his wife Lori (Sarah Wayne Callies) and their son Carl (Chandler Riggs) band together with other survivors to stay alive while fighting not just "walkers" but the worst impulses of the living. Their hardest fought battle is to remain hopeful they can find a safe place to rebuild a new civilization out of the rubble of the old. Here is a ranking of the 10 scariest scenes from The Walking Dead season 1.
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The Walking Dead Season 11 Confirmed

John Saavedra Oct 5, 2019

The Walking Dead season 11 is happening! Here's what we know so far...

The Walking Dead will continue its impressive run with an eleventh season, as confirmed during the show's panel at Nycc. Neither showrunner Angela Kang or chief creative officer Scott M. Gimple shared any details about what the 2020 season might entail, but it's safe to say that it will continue to touch on story beats first introduced in Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard's comics.

The introduction of comic character Princess could open up the world of The Walking Dead, creating a pathway to the next big (and final) storyline from the comic: the group's struggle with the Commonwealth, a sprawling metropolis that's rebuilt civilzation in the years since the zombie apocalypse. Much of the final quarter of the comic series, which ended with issue #193, focuses on how the Commonwealth is a safe haven for humanity's
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The Walking Dead: Norman Reedus on Season 10 and Danai Gurira’s Exit

Joseph Baxter Oct 2, 2019

Norman Reedus describes The Walking Dead Season 10 as being marked by a new kind of paranoia, and comments on Danai Gurira’s exit.

The Walking Dead heads into its tenth season as a series that, once defined by a sense of order – afforded by its close following of creator Robert Kirkman’s popular comic book series of the same name – now embarks on a zombie apocalypse trek into the unknown, both story-wise and personnel-wise. It’s something with which star Norman Reedus is acutely aware, especially as the series says goodbye to longtime cast member Danai Gurira this season.

Reedus, who’s played Daryl Dixon on the AMC show since its very first season back in 2010, offers his thoughts in an EW interview on what’s in store for Season 10 and the imminent exit of Gurira’s sword-swinging fan-fave Michonne, who debuted back in Season 3. For Reedus,
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5 Best And Worst Episodes Of The Walking Dead (According To IMDb)

In 2003, Robert Kirkman began publishing a comic series called The Walking Dead. Seven years later, AMC aired the first episode of the TV adaptation of The Walking Dead starring Andrew Lincoln as Rick Grimes, Chandler Riggs as Carl Grimes, Steven Yeun as Glenn Rhee, Sarah Wayne Callies as Lori Grimes, and Jon Bernthal as Shane Walsh.

Related: The Walking Dead: 10 Best Costumes On The Show, Ranked

The series has been praised by critics over the years and even spawned a spin-off show called Fear the Walking Dead. The Walking Dead has seen many characters come and go over the years, but the series is still going strong with the 10th season due to come out in a few weeks, plus some movies and more spin-offs in the future. The quality of the show has varied over the years, but here are the 5 best and worst episodes of The Walking Dead,
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A Million Little Things Season 2 Premiere First Look: What Secret Is Maggie's New Patient Hiding?

A Million Little Things Season 2 Premiere First Look: What Secret Is Maggie's New Patient Hiding?
As a therapist, A Million Little ThingsMaggie is professionally bound not to divulge whatever comes up during a patient’s session. But we at TVLine have taken no such oath, so we’re really Ok with giving you a little peek at a moment that takes place inside her office during the ABC drama’s Sept 26 return (9/8c).

Fans of the show will remember that Chandler Riggs (The Walking Dead) showed up at the end of Season 1 as Pj, a teenager who met Rome at the hospital while the gang was there for Maggie’s cancer surgery. The boy
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Chandler Riggs Is Down to Appear in the Rick Grimes The Walking Dead Films

Is anyone really dead in the world of The Walking Dead? Ok, the zombies definitely are, but could there be a way to bring back deceased humans?

Carl (Chandler Riggs) died in the midseason finale of Season 8, when he shot himself after being bitten by a walker. At least, that's what we believe

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A Million Little Things Season 2 Teaser: Are You In for a Million Little Moments?

Have you stocked up on your tissues?

ABC's hit drama A Million Little Things returns this September, and it promises more tears, more mysteries, and more feels.

It promises a million special moments.

The mystery surrounding Jon's death reached its conclusion, but a different story is in its wake.

The mysterious Barbara Morgan's son, Pj, played by The Walking Dead alum Chandler Riggs, discovered Jon's video. He has realized the man whom he thought was his father isn't.

Related: A Million Little Things: Jason Ritter Joins Season 2 Cast!

The sophomore season teases more Pj as he befriends Rome and tries to learn more about Jon.

Meanwhile, Delilah has made peace with her late husband's suicide and secrets, and she's hoping to move forward with her new baby.

Related: A Million Little Things: Christina Ochoa Teases Potential Return

The baby is here, but she and Eddie's initial plans
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Million Little Things: Jason Ritter Joins Season 2 — What's His Tie to [Spoiler]?

Million Little Things: Jason Ritter Joins Season 2 — What's His Tie to [Spoiler]?
Jason Ritter (probably) will shake things up on A Million Little Things.

TVLine has learned exclusively that the TV vet has boarded Season 2 of ABC’s relationship drama for a multiple-episode story arc, playing someone with ties to Maggie’s (Allison Miller) mother, Patricia (The Office‘s Melora Hardin). Upon his arrival in Maggie’s life, this stranger will “upend everything,” we are told.

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Penguin Bloom Teams Walking Dead Star Andrew Lincoln with Naomi Watts

Penguin Bloom Teams Walking Dead Star Andrew Lincoln with Naomi Watts
The Walking Dead star Andrew Lincoln has just snagged his next movie role, as the actor has signed on to star in the upcoming drama Penguin Bloom. The movie is adapted from the book of the same name by Bradley Trevor Greive and Cameron Bloom, which is very highly-rated in addition to being a bestseller. The Cry helmer Glendyn Ivin is set to direct the movie, using a screenplay written by Shaun Grant and Harry Cripps. Lincoln's co-star Naomi Watts is also producing the project, along with Emma Cooper and Made Up Stories' Bruna Papandrea, Jodi Matterson, and Steve Hutensky.

In the Penguin Bloom movie, Lincoln will star opposite Naomi Watts, portraying her character's husband. The story is set on the northern beaches of Sydney and follows the aftermath of a horrific accident which leaves the mother of a young family paralyzed. As the family deals with the struggles of their new way of life,
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Danai Gurira Confirms That Season 10 of The Walking Dead Will Be Her Last

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Danai Gurira Confirms That Season 10 of The Walking Dead Will Be Her Last
The Walking Dead is losing another one of its iconic characters. Back in February, sources revealed to The Hollywood Reporter that Danai Gurira, who has played everyone's favorite katana-wielding badass Michonne since season three, had signed a deal to appear in the 10th season in a "limited capacity." Gurira confirmed the news during a Comic-Con panel on July 19, saying, "I can confirm this is the last season I'll be on this amazing TV show as Michonne," and calling the role "one of the purest joys in my life."

"I am very very thankful for the experience I've had in ways that I can't even express right now," Gurira continued, according to EW. "My heart does not leave . . . it doesn't ever end, the connection between us never ends. It was a very difficult decision. It was about my calling and other things I feel called to . . . as a creator of work.
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Here's All the Drama You Can Expect From the Second Season of A Million Little Things

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The endlessly heartbreaking A Million Little Things is returning to ABC this Fall, continuing the story of four friends who must question everything they thought they knew when one of them unexpectedly leaps from his office window. Season one saw affairs, deceit, depression, reveals, and a whole lot of drama. After that tease of a cliffhanger in the season finale, we're finally going to find out what happens next for the crew. Here's everything you can expect to see in the upcoming season of this drama.

Who Is Returning For Season 2 of A Million Little Things?

All of your favorite current cast members will be included in the second season, including David Giuntoli (Eddie), Romany Malco (Rome), Allison Miller (Maggie), Christina Moses (Regina), Grace Park (Katherine), James Roday (Gary), Stéphanie Szostak (Delilah), Tristan Byon (Theo), Lizzy Greene (Sophie), and Chance Hurstfield (Danny). Show creator DJ Nash also hinted to Hollywood
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Chandler Riggs Gives His Verdict Of The Walking Dead Season 9

It’s going on a year since Chandler Riggs bid his farewells to The Walking Dead cast and crew, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that the singer-actor has lost touch with AMC’s zombie flagship.

As a matter of fact, this past weekend Riggs himself took to Twitter to poke fun at The Walking Dead and its unabiding love for a good old-fashioned cliffhanger. The meme? A Gif from Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas in which Cj utters the by-now famous line, “ah shit, here we go again.” It’s been doing the rounds for several weeks now, and I’m sure you’ve seen it in some shape or form.

It certainly applies here, too, though Riggs was quick to mention that everyone involved “seriously killed it” with The Walking Dead season 9.

jk yall seriously killed it with season 9

— chandler riggs (@chandlerriggs) June 27, 2019

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'Walking Dead': What the Comics' Ending Means for the AMC Series

'Walking Dead': What the Comics' Ending Means for the AMC Series
[This story contains spoilers for the final issue of Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard's The Walking Dead comic book series.] 

Some important differences notwithstanding, HBO's Game of Thrones and George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire source material were closely aligned throughout the adaptation process. The same can be said for AMC's The Walking Dead and the comic book series of the same name from Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard, although "a mountain of important differences" is more accurate: Chandler Riggs' season eight exit was a huge swing away from Carl Grimes'...
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