Friday, 15 December, 2017

'Walking Dead' Favorite Lennie James to Exit, Joins Spinoff 'Fear'

Walking Dead Fear Crossover AMC has announced that The Walking Dead and Fear The Walking Dead crossover character will be revealed this Sunday on The Talking Dead
Edmund Wade | 28 November, 2017, 01:19

"The Walking Dead" star Lennie James is set to start filming "Fear the Walking Dead" Season 4 in Austin today.

Perhaps Morgan will end up spending a lot of his time separate from the central action of Fear the Walking Dead, as he so often has on Walking Dead.

Talking Dead host Chris Hardwick, reading a note from Walking Dead showrunner Scott Gimple, added that Morgan "still has a lot of story left" on the original series, although that statement is pretty vague.

James noted, "The hardest part of it...has been leaving The Walking Dead". Fear could also choose to leap forward in time, playing catch up, so that its characters meet up with the Morgan we all just saw leave Rick's army after a fight with Jesus.

According to Entertainment Weekly, James isn't just going for a one- or two-part crossover special, but is actually going to be a series regular on Fear The Walking Dead, meaning he'll have a sizeable arc on the show. Having shown up late on The Walking Dead, in Season 4, Abraham came from Texas - which is the location Fear is headed to in Season 4. "Leaving that cast, leaving that crew".

It is now a done thing since the Talking Dead that followed the airing of the episode of Walking Dead last night has lifted the veil on the character that will make the link. "And I've said my goodbyes to the cast and stuff, and I've said my goodbyes to the crew". The character comes as something of a surprise, as fan theories on the crossover had centered on Michael Cudlitz's Abraham Ford (because the character is from Houston, where Fear hinted at moving in season 4) and Kim Dickens' Madison Clark (due to her Southern accent indicating she could be related to one of the characters on TWD).

The episode titled 'The King, The Widow, and Rick' aired on AMC on Sunday, November 26, 2017 and focused on the people from Alexandria making sure everything is going as planned or looking to do a little more to help in the war efforts. "And I'm going to miss them very much".


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