IGN: Do you ever find yourself, during your hiatus from the show, wanting to do, like, a Christmas movie on Lifetime? Something in a colder climate with a happier message?
Steven Yeun: I want to do the next Snow Dogs. [laughs] Really bad. But, yeah, you know I seek a little bit of comedy in the off season, but there is something to be said, when you consider the s*** that our show deals out to its characters – it’s nice to play in that dark space and then continue to be there in between. It’s probably not good for my mental health though.
IGN: This year’s limited edition Walking Dead Blu-ray set features the wall of zombie head jars. When you got to that point in the story last season, was any part of you hoping “Oh, man. I hope I don’t wind up as a head?”
Yeun: Luckily I head read some of the comics so I knew that I was safe…well, you never know with this show actually. But, for me, I was hoping that they’d just stay true to that much when it came to Glenn. Overall though, it was just cool to see something in real life that was once only on the page. I never got to be in that room other than as a spectator, but to be in that room and to see what they created, right out of the pages of the comic, I was like “Damn. We are doing some crazy stuff.” So it was really cool. And that Season 3 limited set is pretty gnarly. Continue reading Steven Yeun Interview With IGN
Access Hollywood recently spoke to Lennie James, who played Morgan on “The Walking Dead”:
“Yeah, sure,” Lennie said, when Access Hollywood asked him if he’d be up for going back at some point. “I’ve had nothing but a good time while I was there and ‘The Walking Dead’ family and Andrew Lincoln and everybody down there have been really good to me and good for me, so of course I’d go back.
“I have a lovely time there and [if] they keep writing me stuff that’s like [what] they’ve done in the past, then who would turn that down,” he added.
Asked for his memories of filming the third season episode “Clear”, Lennie told Access , “It was really exciting.”
“It was one of those where you just — you’re excited by… the potential of the scenes that he’d written,” Lennie said, making reference to the writer of the episode, Scott Gimple, who is now the showrunner for “The Walking Dead” Season 4, currently in production in Atlanta.
“It was a fantastic episode and they’d written some really lovely stuff for me to do. All I had to do really was to step up and try not let anybody down,” he said.
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