Brown, Lane
November 2010
New York;11/1/2010, Vol. 43 Issue 35, p80
The article explains the factors that are expected to contribute to the success of the AMC serialized zombie drama "The Walking Dead," which was based on a comic by Robert Kirkman. Director Frank Darabont mentions the appeal of the character-driven approach of the plot. Darabont commends the ability of English actor Andrew Lincoln to portray American Rick Grimes onscreen. Makeup designer Greg Nicotero notes that AMC has allowed them to do what they want regarding special effects.


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