What will it be like when season six of ?The Walking Dead? finally shows it midseason finale? There?s actually no word to express the answer. The hit TV series has become an important part of our lives. And as the season closes this Sunday, ?The Walking Dead? star Andrew Lincoln, who plays our favorite sheriff Rick Grimes, cautioned fans to prepare for the worst this final episode and the next episodes to come in the future.
?There will be blood. The walls come down. And it?s going to be bananas,? Lincoln said in an interview with the Wrap. ?I will say episode eight through 16 ? I?m more than excited than I?ve ever been before, just where the story is headed,? he added, expecting the next half of season six to be even better than the any previous episodes.
?Eight and nine are unbelievable. Unbelievable. They?re some of the best episodes I?ve read and when I was filming, it just got bigger and more epic and more insane every day that we shot,? Lincoln explained.
The star sheriff of the hit AMC series also added that he?d definitely like the role of another famous character in the TV show. ?If I didn?t play Rick, I would love to be Negan. It is one heck of a role,? he said, pertaining to the upcoming villain that may be introduced in the season finale and will be played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan, according to the Wrap.
?I?ve met him and he?s a very nice guy and a terrific actor,? Lincoln said about the Morgan. ?I know he?s going to be an incredible asset to the show. And he?s also extremely excited. He told me he?s been a fan of the show for years and he can?t wait to sink his teeth into the role.? Negan may bring more suspense and action to the world of ?The Walking Dead? with Morgan as the actor.
?We just wrapped 24 hours ago on what I think is the darkest and most extraordinary season finale that we?ve ever attempted,? Lincoln said. ?To say that I?m excited would be a vast understatement. And it ends with a very big bang.?
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