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Watch The Walking Dead Season 4 Episode 2 Free s04e02 Online & Download in HD It's already been confirmed that many secondary characters will bite the dust, Kirkman says that fans will 'definitely' see a beloved character die. Okay, now we're scared. Who is it going to be? Our first guess right away is the governor.
Still, Danai acknowledges that losing any cast member is an emotional process. “It's painful and it's hard and people don't want to lose their jobs but at the same time, as an artistic choice, it's actually a very strong one. It's part of what makes what you're a part of so special.”
Do you like that TWD kills off many a main character, or do you want to see OG Team Prison alive and thriving well into their 80s like Norman?
There are many Carl Grimes apologists out there, and one of them is the 14-year-old actor who plays him on The Walking Dead.
Chandler Riggs talked to Rolling Stone about his character, who has evolved a great deal from the little kid we met in Season 1. Chandler was only 10 when he first stepped on the Walking Dead set, and in last week’s Season 4 premiere you can not only see his growth, you can hear it in his voice.
But Carl is hitting his teen years in the zombie apocalypse, and he’s struggling a bit. He lost his childhood buddy in Sophia, and had to put down both his father figure, Shane, and his own mother, Lori. It would be more than understandable to see him break down (like his father did), but Carl has become frighteningly stoic about this whole death thing, like it’s all a big video game. Even The Governor went to pieces over the death of his already-dead daughter, but Carl just holds it in.
During the Season 3 finale, Carl shot a young Woodbury attacker who was in the process of putting his gun down. Hershel told Rick that Carl gunned the boy down, but Carl defended himself with strong words.
Rolling Stone told Chandler it seemed like Carl was “becoming a bit of a sociopath, to which Chandler responded, "I can see what he's thinking, and I actually don't see the craziness in him. When all the fans gave me a hard time about Carl killing that kid in the woods, apparently no one listened to that whole monologue I said to Rick explaining why I killed him.”
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