Steven Yeun Hints at “Deeply Emotional” Storyline in New The Walking Dead Season

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The Walking Dead companion series Fear The Walking Dead may have begun airing a few days ago, but let’s not forget about the main series and especially not about a cast member who has been around since the beginning of the show.

Steven Yeun has played Glenn since the very first episode (though just a voice in that first episode) but every season he continues to surprise us with his impressive performances. In Season 5, Glenn continued to be a stand-out character with Andrew Lincoln stating that he felt Glenn was the best character in the second half of Season 5. Lincoln’s comments were made prior to the second half even starting, but he was proven correct with Noah’s death and everything that went down with Nicholas.

However, even though he has already been through a lot Steven hints that Season 6 will be even more emotional:

“We’re seeing everybody as who they are now. You’ve found them grizzled. You’ve found them completely broken and shattered and they’ve all witnessed and experienced terrible things. And so you get to see them there. We wear it on our face. We wear it on our body. To see where we’ve evolved to is awesome. So Season 6 is that, is showing how much has been taken away from us. The end goal is to find some semblance of life that we lost before. I think you’re going to see some deeply emotional character story and you’re also going to see, as we always do, some crazy ass shit.”

Thoughts on what Steven said? Are you excited to see what they do with Glenn in The Walking Dead Season 6?


By Ruari Williamson

Rumour: Man of Steel 2 on Permanent Hold

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Contrary to rumours that had surfaced last week, it appears the rumours that the director of the Mad Max films, George Miller, would be directing a sequel to Man of Steel are false. If you’re hoping for a sequel to Henry Cavill’s debut film as Superman then don’t get your hopes up as the previously rumoured sequel is now said to be on permanent hold.

Miller is said to be considering working on a DC Comics movie but only if the story interests him. Whatever that story is it won’t be a Man of Steel sequel.

Considering that Warner Bros. is already rumoured to be thinking about making several solo Batman films for Ben Affleck, it is a surprise that they may not be doing the same thing for Henry Cavill’s Superman.

Thoughts on this rumour? Are you disappointed that we may never see a sequel to Man of Steel?


By Ruari Williamson

Star Wars Rebels: New Season 2 TV Spot Released

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Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens marks the return of Star Wars to the big screen this year, but make sure you don’t forget about the small screen. The second season of the animated series Star Wars: Rebels returns this October on Disney XD. While no official release date has been announced, Jedi News has discovered a new TV spot which contains new footage of Ezra Bridger, Sabine Wren and the new Inquisitors in action, along with fan-favourite characters like Darth Vader, Ahsoka Tano (both of whom have already appeared in the series) and Clone Captain Rex (who will appear in the Season 2 premier episode “The Lost Commanders”).

The TV spot reiterates that Season 2 will begin airing in October but doesn’t provide us with an exact date.

Thoughts on the TV spot? Are you excited for the second season of Star Wars: Rebels to begin airing?


By Ruari Williamson

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