This Independence Day is when Universal Studios Hollywood will launch its new The Walking Dead attraction based on AMC’s monster-sized franchise, featuring zombified creatures made by the same team responsible for the series’ signature walkers. Universal touts it as a “living representation of the show.” Model of the ‘Bicycle Girl’ walker (Universal Studios Hollywood) “After six years of working on the show, we have a great opportunity to take The Walking Dead out of the studio, off the soundstage, and put it into the attraction at Universal Studios Hollywood where guests can come face-to-face with the walking dead,” says TWD executive producer Greg Nicotero in the exclusive behind-the-scenes video above. Greg Nicotero doing quality control on zombie eyes for TWD attraction (Universal Studios Hollywood) Nicotero consulted on the attraction, working in concert with KNB Efx, which fabricates the show’s monstrosities.
The boss of AMC, which is soon to become the largest cinema chain in the world, has said that he’s keen to introduce ‘texting-friendly’ cinema screens so that young cinema goers can use their phones while watching a film. In a move that will, at best, likely polarise movie-goers, AMC’s new CEO Adam Aron made the comments in an interview with Variety. - First Doctor Strange trailer - Sarah Palin backs anti-climate change doc - Chris Evans initially turned down Captain America “When you tell a 22-year-old to turn off the phone, don’t ruin the movie, they hear 'please cut off your left arm above the elbow,” he said. “We need to reshape our product in some concrete ways so that millennials go to movie theatres with the same degree of intensity as baby boomers went to movie theatres throughout their lives.
It’s the question that’s haunted moviegoers since George A. Romero’s ‘Night of the Living Dead’ crystallized the modern zombie myth in stark monochrome back in 1968: Does mankind face extinction at the hands of zombie apocalypse? AMC’s ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ is the latest take on the fictional disaster that may or may not face mankind and Dr. Ben Neuman, a professor of virology at the University of Reading, says the idea of a zombie outbreak is actually not as far-fetched as you’d hope.