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Andrew Lincoln talks about getting into the role of a southern Sheriff for The Walking Dead. (California Chronicle)
We’ve got an update on Richard Wolstencroft, the man who had his home raided by the police after he screened a copy of the film L.A. Zombie, which is banned in Australia. (The Star)
We’ve got behind the scenes video after the break of the “zombie school” that actors are put through before they roam the streets of The Walking Dead. (MTV)
There’s bittersweet news regarding our favorite show today as it seems that The Walking Dead won’t return for season two until October 2011. (The Examiner)
Spanish horror director Koldo Serra is returning to the big screen and bringing his zombie friends with his new film Dead Perros. (Fangoria)
Gerard Butler is set to star in Afterburn, a post apocalyptic treasure hunting movie based on the comic book of the same title, and it features… ZOMBIE SHARKS! (io9)