Having left in The Walking Dead Season 8, Andrew Lincoln is now set to reprise the position of Rick Grimes for an upcoming film. A teaser for the movie was proven throughout a Walking Dead panel at San Diego Comic-Con, which reveals a helicopter flying in direction of a distant metropolis, the skyline of which is silhouetted by that basic dusty yellow mild that’s synonymous with the present’s aesthetic.
As the sunshine blankets the town, The Walking Dead’s brand seems, adopted by “Rick Grimes Returns.” The motion pictures have been beforehand regarded as made-for-TV, nevertheless it appears they’ve graduated, because the teaser additionally states, “Only in Theaters.” As of but, the venture would not have a reputation and was as an alternative known as “Untilted The Walking Dead Movie.” It is being produced by AMC, Skybound, and Universal.
It appears to be a Comic-Con of ups and downs for The Walking Dead followers. The day started with information that Fear the Walking Dead has been renewed for Season 6. However, shortly after this Danai Gurira, who performs Michonne in The Walking Dead, introduced she can be leaving the show after Season 10.
Andrew Lincoln was rumored to be returning for the film and this teaser confirms that this certainly would be the case, barring any form of sudden recasting of the character. Reports this might occur emerged in February and, on the similar time, famous that Gurira would additionally ultimately depart and is prone to seem within the film(s).
As for the flicks, there have been initially reported to be three of them, with Rick Grimes being in a single. “These are going to be big, epic entertainments,” Walking Dead chief content material officer Scott Gimple said, noting that they’d “probably” air on AMC. “Each are quality films. That’s what’s been happening in the industry. We’ve seen Netflix make these, basically, studio films for people to watch in their homes, and we’re going to be doing the same sort of thing here.”
The Rick Grimes motion pictures is ready to happen in a “very new situation with its own history” that’s “very, very different from what we’ve seen before” in keeping with Gimple.