With the coronavirus pandemic shutting down small screen production worldwide in March, TWD’s VFX heavy Season 10 ender was unable to finish its post-production requirements. “For big episodes like that, to deliver them, it’s basically about two weeks before air,” TWD showrunner Angela Kang told Deadline on April 5 as the penultimate episode of Season 10 air. “It takes that long to get all of the post-production effects done and all the final finishing. So, we were about a week and a half out by the time the California governor called a shutdown to stuff because of the coronavirus.” … [Read more...] about ‘Walking Dead’ Reveals Revised Date For Season 10 Finale Delayed By COVID-19; Drops Sneak Peek With Extended Clip – [email protected]
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However, fans of the once highest rated show on the small screen shouldn’t fret too much at the loss of the mother show. AMC have already given the go-ahead to a new TWD spinoff starring fan favorites Norman Reedus and Melissa McBride in their roles as Daryl Dixon and Carol Peletier. Created by TWD showrunner Angela Kang and Deadverse chief content officer Scott M. Gimple, that as yet untitled series is scheduled to debut in 2023. … [Read more...] about ‘Walking Dead’ To End After Super-Sized 11th Season; Norman Reedus & Melissa McBride Spinoff Set For 2023
Still, as if to brand Kirkman and the other EPs with shame of sort,s the judge took the time to turn one of the plaintiff’s star witnesses and a Hollywood mandarin’s own testimony against them in his decision. “Plaintiffs’ own expert, Kenneth Ziffren, conceded that he ‘can’t point to any revenue, money,’ to which Mr. Kirkman was deprived, as a result of these intracompany affiliated rights transfers within A.M.C.,” Buckley proclaimed. … [Read more...] about ‘Walking Dead’ Trial Ruling Sees AMC Rip Robert Kirkman; Ominous Sign For Frank Darabont & CAA NYC Case?
What seemed to not be in question is that according to AMC the ever-expanding universe of TWD is supposed to be a money pit – at least the now 10-seasons-and-counting mothershow is. “By using an artificially low imputed license fee formula, the show is falling further and further into deficit with zero payments to participants at least the last two years,” one of the Bird Marella lawyers representing Kirkman, Hurd and fellow TWD EP David Alpert in their nearly three-year lawsuit told Judge Daniel Buckley’s court this morning of the AMC series. … [Read more...] about ‘Walking Dead’ EP Gale Anne Hurd Tells Robert Kirkman Profits Trial That Ex-AMC Boss Charlie Collier Promised A Fair Deal; It’s “Buyer’s Remorse,” Cabler’s Lawyer Says
“I’m relying on the words of the signed contract,” Wiseman also riposted to Nessim in the courtroom of Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Daniel Buckley on Tuesday. “In answer to your question, am I relying on an opinion or whether the words of the contract are guiding my interpretation, the words of the contract are guiding my interpretation,” the collected exec continued. “The Walking Dead was initially produced by and the rights were retained by the AMC Networks …and those rights were with the channel,” she added, noting from provided documents that there was no expectation that AMC would pay a license fee to itself, a perspective she says she disagreed with. … [Read more...] about ‘Walking Dead’ Profits Trial Finds Fox TV Boss Charlie Collier In Zombie Hot Seat Over AMC Backend Payouts