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    Hey Walking Dead fans: I have some great news regarding actor Norman Reedus. It's been reported that Reedus, who plays Daryl Dixon on the show, died in a car accident this weekend. As the somber "RIP Norman Reedus" Facebook page read, "At about 11 a.m. ET on Saturday (May 31, 2014), our beloved actor Norman Reedus passed away. Norman Reedus was born on January 6, 1969 in Hollywood. He will be missed but not forgotten. Please show your sympathy and condolences by commenting on and liking this page."

    Why on earth is this great news, you ask? Because this, even more than the thousands upon thousands of devoted fans and the record viewing numbers for The Walking Dead, definitively proves that Reedus is a bona fide Hollywood star.

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    Filming for The Walking Dead is once again in progress, with a new sixteen-episode season expected to begin airing in October. David Morrisey, who played The Governor, once said that it takes about eight days to shoot each episode, so it seems like we can conclude the premiere episode has just wrapped.

    Interestingly, AMC has just revealed the first still image from season 5. If the photo of a battered Rick Grimes is indeed from the first episode, it sure looks like our survivors won't be trapped in their Terminus railcar for very long.

    (Season 4 spoilers ahead!)

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    The Swiss surrealist artist H. R. Giger has died from injuries suffered in a fall. According to the administrator of the H.R. Giger museum in Gruyeres, Giger passed away in a hospital on Monday. He was 74.

    Giger has a truly amazing body of work, but he's best known for his contributions to the iconic sci-fi horror film Alien. Director Ridley Scott assigned Giger to work on all of the alien designs in the film, including the planet and the three stages of the alien creature itself. Without Giger, Alien surely wouldn't have the enduring legacy it does (despite being released in 1979, it has seriously held up over the years). In Giger's honor, here are some fascinating bits of trivia about one of the most terrifying and awesome movies ever made.

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    If you are a Hellblazer comics fan, here's some news that may disturb you: NBC is adapting the original story into a TV series airing this fall. It's titled Constantine, just like that massive steaming pile of 2005 cinematic feces starring Keanu Reeves.

    Before you hurl a coffee mug through your television screen out of a great swell of why-must-they-destroy-everything-good rage, though, you have to see the trailer. Seriously. You guys, it actually looks really good. And most importantly: John Constantine looks and sounds like John Constantine. He's blonde and kinda-hot and British, not … whatever the hell Keanu was. This just may be the show that erases the movie version from our collective bitter memories.

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    Okay, Walking Dead fans, if you watched all of season 4 -- and if you haven't, why are you reading this? Click away! I'm like one second from spoiler territory! -- you know that the show ended with plenty of questions about where some of the characters are. Beth's MIA, thanks to getting abducted at the end of episode 13 (although we now have one theory about who may have taken her), and Carol, Tyreese, and baby Judity haven't been seen since they were on their way to Terminus at the end of "The Grove."

    Creator Robert Kirkman won't tell us where they are, obviously, but he dropped a SERIOUSLY intriguing hint recently. It's the sort of tease custom-designed to get people talking and sharing theories, so why shouldn't we indulge him? Here's the latest speculation about where the Carol/Tyreese/Judith's storyline may be going.

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    We have breaking news from the Walking Dead front, zombie fans! Somebody in the casting department must really like Baltimore drug crime dramas, because the third Wire alum has joined the cast (Chad L. Coleman, who plays Tyreese, and Larry Gilliard Jr., who plays Bob, were both on The Wire). Our newest Walking Dead cast member is Seth Gilliam, who played Sgt. Ellis Carver on the HBO show, and also starred in Starship Troopers as the extremely attractive Sugar Watkins.

    Gilliam has been added as a series regular for season 5, and while there hasn't been much information released about his character yet, it sounds like he may be playing someone based on Gabriel Stokes from the comics. Here's what we know so far about Gilliam's casting -- and some backstory on "Father Gabriel."

    (Potential story spoilers ahead!)

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    If it's a day ending in Y, it must be time for some speculation about season 5 of The Walking Dead. Even though the show's on hiatus until October, the cast and crew are incredibly adept at keeping fans whipped into a frenzy with their oh-so-strategic revelations about what's to come.

    Today's roundup of season 5 teasers comes courtesy of Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman and everyone's favorite poncho-wearing biceps-baring redneck Norman Reedus. Specifically: whether or not Terminus really IS full of cannibals, the "insane" vibe in the upcoming storyline, and what we can expect next season from Rick -- and Gareth.

    Potential show spoilers -- and definite comics spoilers -- ahead!

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    I always get excited when I see there's been an interview with one of the Walking Dead crew, and Comic Book Resources just did a GREAT talk with producers/showrunner Scott Gimple. All of us fans are clamoring for the inside scoop on the upcoming season, including the actual cast (Chandler Riggs, who plays Carl, says, "I haven't gotten the scripts for the next season yet. I want to know what happens, too"), and while Gimple is as tight-lipped as ever about what's to come, he did share some revealing info about the "very, very intense" plans for season 5.

    (Season 4 spoilers ahead!)

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    For a series that's awfully careful about how it reveals upcoming show details, The Walking Dead's producer/showrunner Scott Gimple was unusually forthcoming in an appearance on Larry King Now over the weekend. Naturally, he didn't give away anything super-critical, but he did answer some questions fans have been curious about -- including whether or not we can expect to see Morgan again, and an INCREDIBLY tantalizing tease about Daryl Dixon's future love life.

    If you'd prefer to remain entirely surprised by what's coming in season 5, read no farther!

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    Imagine you're a onetime football player turned actor and you land a part on one of the hottest shows on television -- The Walking Dead, naturally. It also happens to be one of the most well-managed shows in terms of releasing information to its eager fans, and the cast has been well-schooled in the art of teasing. You, however, come barreling right out of the gate by tweeting two major spoilers.

    That's pretty much what happened to former UGA football player Chase Vasser, who seemed a little overcome with excitement when he learned he nailed the part. Luckily, he didn't give away anything TOO major with his Twitter faux pas, but I'm guessing he got a stern talking to from AMC about when and how to share behind-the-scenes Walking Dead details.

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