Skip to comments.Check Out the Zombie-Killing Machines of The Walking Dead Before They Were Famous****
Posted on 02/03/2013 5:55:07 PM PST by virgil283
"Before the stars of this 2010 hit, ran onto our screens, as they escaped from shuffling zombies, they were movie and TV stars! With the season starting up, take a look and see who you remember seeing before they wandered the wasteland of Atlanta".......18 photos.....
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Lots of british actors on the show.
David Morrissey (The Governor) on Dr Who made my brain hurt.
Andrew Lincoln played astronaut Michael Collins in “Moonshot” about Apollo 11.
Were any of them in this zombie-killing commercial?
Check out the governor in Dr Who.
I’ve struggled to enjoy Dr. Who. . . at least since Tom Baker left.
I think Matt Smith is among the best Doctors and I think jenna louise coleman is going to be a great companion.
A lot of the cast was in The Mist(2007) by Stephen King.
I used to be the lifeguard at the swim club where Lauren Cohan (Maggie) used to go in the summers. Nice kid. She was a character even then. My she keep avoiding the zombies.
Frank Darabont was involved with “The Mist” (writing/directing) as well as with the first season of The Walking Dead.
Man, I HATED the way that movie ended.
I wholeheartedly agree, that movie had a terrible ending, actually that’s an understatement.
That said, I am looking forward to season 3 coming out on netflix haha.
LOL, same here!
I read the original Stephen King short story, and the ending was very different....it left you hanging in a way, but there was a glimmer of hope. I can’t imagine why it was changed so drastically.
The movie ending haunts me even now. It’s like that scene in Saving Private Ryan, where the german goes up the stairs near the end and fights with the American soldier and ends up sinking a knife slowly into his chest. That stuck with me too, and this from a 10 year army vet with 3 tours.
Yes, it was like being kicked in the stomach. My husband and I walked out of the theatre feeling sick.
Thank you for your service, Bulwyf.