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Andrew Lincoln talks future of ‘The Walking Dead’ S7

26 October 2016 Entertainment News

Fourth Estate Staff

Hollywood, CA, United States (4E) – “The Walking Dead” Season 7 had a heartbreaking turn of events and Andrew Lincoln commented on the deaths as well as Negan’s introduction and how the characters will move on from there.

Lincoln regarded the Negan-Alexandria Survivors meeting as the lowest point of the main characters in “The Walking Dead” franchise. In the first episode of “The Walking Dead” Season 7, Negan was able to break Rick by killing Glenn and Abraham in front of everybody and asking him to cut the arm of his son Carl.

When asked about what it felt to film “The Walking Dead” Season 7 Episode 1, Lincoln shared that he wanted to do justice for Glenn and Abraham and that the scenes were so intense because they never shot anything like it in the past. He noted that there was a point in showing Rick first saying that he will kill Negan and then begging for him to take the place of his son towards the end of the “TWD” Season 7 premiere.

As for losing Glenn and Abraham on “The Walking Dead,” Lincoln said that he could only talk on a person level and that losing them was a terrible blow for him. He noted that losing Glenn, who is played by Steven Yeun and whom he considers as one of his best friends, left a shadow over the set and the story.

Lincoln also said that the deaths of Steven and Abraham as well as the introduction of Negan on “The Walking Dead” are the lowest points in the whole of the show. He noted that it would take a lot of time for Rick to recover.

Lincoln promised “The Walking Dead” Season 7 is going to be a different show. Rick is done being a leader in order to save everyone while Maggie might be up to something such as leading the pack. He noted that the “all in this together” vibe on “The Walking Dead” is gone after the Season 7 premiere.

“The Walking Dead” Season 7 airs Sundays on AMC.


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