Published: Mon, November 05, 2018
Entertaiment | By Mabel Barber

Andrew Lincoln to Lead Three The Walking Dead Movies on AMC

Andrew Lincoln to Lead Three The Walking Dead Movies on AMC

Andrew Lincoln's final episode of The Walking Dead airs Sunday, November 4 at 9pm on AMC. Despite leading the herd away, despite the severe wound in his side, and despite blowing up the bridge that he's standing on, sending him to what should be a watery grave, he washes up on the banks of the river, is found by Anne, and taken away by one of those mysterious helicopters, leaving the show alive, if not well, and it's there The Walking Dead makes its mistake.

Rick Grimes ain't done.

Ross Marquand, who plays Aaron, offered up a similarly positive message: "Loving father, devoted husband, fantastic leader, great gunslinger", he said. But carry on it must, and as it turns out, Rick isn't exactly gone for good.

Scott Gimple, the show's executive producer, rounded out the cast suggestions with his own more philosophical response: "Here lies a person who had to stop being a person to be a person".

The announcement comes after this week's episode, which saw Rick seemingly mortally wounded and sent off by the helicopter that Jadis has previously been in contact with, sent to an unknown locale.

While Andrew Lincoln may not be returning to The Walking Dead TV series, that doesn't mean he's given up his zombie-killing ways altogether.

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'Over the next several years, we're going to be doing specials, new series are quite a possibility, high-quality digital content and then some content that defies description at the moment, ' Gimple added.

"We're going to continue telling Rick Grimes' story in a series of AMC original films".

With Lincoln wanting to spend more time with his family, the decision to branch out into feature films was a win-win for both the actor and AMC, who was looking for other ways to expand the franchise.

Unable to contain his excitement, Robert Kirkman hinted at something speical with tonight's episode of TALKING DEAD via his Twitter earlier today. "And I like the idea that we get to tell a bigger story, maybe with a sort of wider vista". I want to know the meta of it all.

"And I suppose to be able to kind of touch upon that in a contained story for me is a very exciting proposition. maybe it's the start of a bigger story".

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