Andrew Lincoln on Cover of Men’s Health; Greg Nicotero Teases Season 3 to MTV

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This week, Andrew Lincoln shows up on the cover of Men’s Health, while Greg Nicotero previews Season 3 for MTV. Plus Robert Kirkman talks about Michonne with Rolling Stone, and Entertaiment Weekly nominates Lincoln for an EWwy Award. Read on for more.

• Andrew Lincoln is on the cover of Men’s Health and shares his exercise regimen: “I’ve got a zombie apocalypse to keep me fit.” (No link.) Access Hollywood and Uinterview have more excerpts from the interview.

Greg Nicotero tells MTV that “some familiar, iconic moments” from Robert Kirkman’s graphic novel will appear in Season 3.

Rolling Stone‘s preview of The Walking Dead Season 3 premiere quotes Robert Kirkman on Michonne: “She’s a survivor. She’s the first character who has figured out this world.” (No link.)

Andrew Lincoln is nominated for an Entertainment Weekly EWwy Award (for series and actors snubbed by the Emmys) in the Best Actor category — for making Rick’s “descent into Lord of the Flies-esque authoritarianism oddly appealing.”

Seth Green talks to TV Guide about Robert Kirkman playing himself in an upcoming episode of Cartoon Network’s Robot Chicken.

New York cites The Walking Dead as an example of why TV — with its “terrific writing, acting, and originality” — is now better than the movies.

The Houston Chronicle is looking forward to several TV shows this fall, including The Walking Dead. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution highlights four fall TV shows made in the Atlanta area, including The Walking Dead, which is “by far the most popular show shot locally.”

The Daily Beast and the Los Angeles Daily News clue viewers in to where The Walking Dead left off when Season 2 ended.

Gino Crognale, nominated for an Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup Emmy for the Season 2 premiere, “What Lies Ahead,” is interviewed by his hometown paper, the Montgomery County Times Herald.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution interviews TV-show extras and notes, “Among local shoots, the coolest gig for many extras is to be a zombie” on The Walking Dead.

ComicBook.com shows off a Season 3 teaser that starts with the governor saying “Welcome to Woodbury,” a remark “that’s sure to chill fans of the comics.” Comic Book Movie spotlights a Season 3 commercial that features Rick, predicting, “We’re sure to see a different side of the lawman — one that may remind us more of his old buddy Shane.” Dread Central helps to “build the anticipation even more” for Season 3 by featuring more on-air promos, including a teaser titled “Infected.”

Shock Till You Drop takes a tour of the prison with Robert Kirkman in an AMC behind-the-scenes video.

MTV, Entertainment Weekly, and the Los Angeles Times preview The Walking Dead Halloween Horror Nights mazes at the Universal Orlando and Hollywood theme parks. Greg Nicotero describes the mazes as “amazing.”

Emma Bell (Amy) has been cast as a series regular on Season 2 of TNT’s Dallas, TVLine reports.

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