If you’ve been keeping up with the post-apocalyptic chaos that is The Walking Dead, you know the end of Season 8 teed up some major tension between our favorite zombie killers. With Negan locked up (and not dead like some had hoped), fans are wondering what revenge Maggie and company have in store for Rick and Michonne.
The latest look at the show’s new season dropped at today’s The Walking Dead Comic-Con panel… and it’s posing more questions than answers. But based on what we’re seeing, bad blood between the original crew may be the least of our problems.
The Walking Dead Season 9 premieres on AMC Sunday, October 7th.
Everything coming to Amazon Prime Video in August 2019
“Summer may be coming to an end, but Prime Video is doing its best to keep the season of adventure going.
From gigantic journeys like Godzilla (2014) to smaller sagas like A Simple Favor, the streaming service is offering up a number of choice movies this August. Of course, they’re saving the most sought-after flicks for rent or purchase.
Throughout the month, Avengers: Endgame, The Souvenir, and Pokémon Detective Pikachu – two of which made our mid-year best of 2019 films list, and the third of which is freakin’ Pikachu in a hat – all become available through Prime Video. If you missed them in theaters or need to enjoy them just one more time, now’s your chance!”
The Walking Dead Movie Comic-Con Announcement
Check out the official The Walking Dead Movie Announcement starring Andrew Lincoln
Synopsis: Follows Rick Grimes from the departure of his final season in the TV series.
Starring: Pollyanna McIntosh, Andrew Lincoln Directed By: Greg Nicotero
US Release Date: 2020
More than 30m people have watched Netflix’s Murder Mystery; why?
The critics might have hated it, but this Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler-starring Agatha Christie pastiche broke the record for Netflix’s biggest opening weekend
Despite the critics (mostly) hating it, we now know that 30.9m Netflix account-holders watched Murder Mystery in its first three days of release. To put that in context: if two people watched the movie on each account, and you imagine them all paying the average $9 price of a cinema ticket, it would give the film an opening weekend of $556m, the third-largest ever. That is by no means a perfect formula, but nevertheless highlights a staggering performance for an Agatha Christie parody that stars Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler. How did that happen?