EW Features Deleted Scenes; Variety Talks Emmys With Greg Nicotero

TWD-Episode-102-BTS-Nicotero-Lincoln-325.jpgThis week, Entertainment Weekly and TVLine both highlight deleted scenes that will be found on the Season 2 DVD (out Tue., Aug. 28), while Variety talks about the Creative Arts Emmys with Greg Nicotero.

Entertainment Weekly features a scene that was deleted from the Season 2 premiere, along with an entire story line. There’s more on that story line in the Season 2 DVD set (available Aug. 28).

TVLine features never-before-seen footage from the Season 2 finale, along with commentary from Robert Kirkman, Gale Anne Hurd, Glen Mazzara, and director Ernest Dickerson.

In a Variety article about the Creative Arts Emmys, Greg Nicotero says, “We approach every episode of The Walking Dead like it’s a mini-movie, in eight days of shooting.”

Variety reports that Greg Nicotero will be honored later this month at London’s FrightFest horror and fantasy festival with the first-ever Variety award.

According to Indiewire, Gale Anne Hurd will participate in a panel called “It’s Easy Being Green: Simple Steps to Greening Your Production” at next month’s Toronto International Film Festival.

Blu-rayDefinition.com’s Walking Dead Season 2 Blu-ray review says it “exceeds the first in every way with its shocking…twists.”

Shock Till You Drop spotlights two new Season 3 zombie photos, observing, “Man oh man, is KNB EFX killing it with the zombie makeup.”

The Marin Independent Journal cites The Walking Dead as one reason “why we love zombies.”

The Hollywood Reporter and IGN highlight The Walking Dead Social Game, a story-based game played via Facebook.

TVLine says that Lennie James (who played Morgan in the series premiere) has joined AMC’s drama pilot Low Winter Sun.

According to AfterElton, Steven Yeun appeared in the Season 2 premiere of Adult Swim’s NTSF:SD:SUV.

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