Norman Reedus has compared the 2 shows – The Walking Dead season 10 and Game of Thrones. We are finding it hard to put the pieces together.
Warning: The article contains The Walking Dead Spoilers.
The HBO series managed to grip the viewers’ attention for 7 consecutive seasons. However, the fans found 8th season to be a downer and also petitioned to have it reshot. So, we pray that the Daryl Dixon star is drawing a reference to the glorious old days of the fantasy series.
When Entertainment Weekly enquired as to what the delayed episode has in store for the fans, the 51-year old commented: “It’s going to be an epic battle. It’s like a full-on Game of Thrones super war battle.”
Greg Nicotero, who is producing and directing the episode, said: “It’s a really amazing episode. I love the way episode 15 ends where you see Beta bringing the herd to the tower where everybody is holed up. There’s a lot teed up, so to speak.”
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The coronavirus outbreak has resulted in delaying the release of the upcoming episode. The TV industry across the globe has halted production to contain the spread of COVID-19.
Now, The Spoilers
While we bite our nails to see what tricks Angela Kang brings out of the hat, the teasers from the cast have got us incredibly excited. The 54-year old, while to talking to EW earlier this month, said: “It will be cool having a one-off, almost a Walking Dead movie in the middle of the season, I guess.”
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The actor further commented:
“I think obviously things are going to come to some sort of a head with the Beta and his character. We know he’s coming to wipe everybody out with his zombie horde so hopefully we’ll see that come to a head at some point. There has to be some sort of battle. Greg Nicotero directed it, so it’s going to be a big massive episode for sure.”
The Walking Dead season 10 finale is supposed to drop on AMC and NOWTV in the coming months.