Walking Dead Season 7 Spoilers: Tom Payne Interview and His Thoughts About the New Season

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The Walking Dead Season 7 Premiere Spoilers
The Walking Dead Season 7 Premiere Spoilers

The Walking Dead Season 7 is finally arriving and it is going to deliver something more than the fans wished for. After a six month hiatus and leaving fans with a cliffhanger season 6 ending, Jesus (Tom Payne) has something to reveal to the fans.

In an interview with EXPRESS UK, he revealed the horrifying and gory scenes of the new Walking Dead Season 7. In his interview, he said ?The beginning of next season is going to be very tough and pretty graphic and horrible. But it sets up the whole season, it’s the beginning of the whole next story, it sets up Negan, this awful, awful person and the things that he is capable of doing. And that sets up the challenge for Season 7, and I recognize you probably could have done that at the end of Season 6 but I think it’s going to be a really great opener.”

Admittedly, he said that these sort of instances could have been part of Walking Dead Season 6 and could have made it a much better season conclusion. However, he noted that as much as the scenes perfectly fitted the previous season, it is rather interesting to see it as the new Walking Dead Season 7 opener.

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He also spilled some few spoilers after he said ?Unfortunately I think a lot of people who are wishing for the death and wishing that they had seen it, I think after the first episode they might wish they hadn’t wished for it because it’s going to be very brutal and a huge downer.”

Tom Payne to play Jesus in 'The Walking Dead'

Tom Payne to play Jesus in ‘The Walking Dead’

Not just that, but Payne said fans may see a new Jesus as he becomes one of the most notable part of Rick Grimes? group. Meanwhile, 43-year-old British actor Andrew Lincoln, who plays Deputy Rick Grimes, said he?s amazed at how many years he has spent on The Walking Dead series. In an interview he said ?I didn?t realise that I would ever play something for six years. You come in with six years of history with an audience who sit there with that knowledge and it takes the pressure off somewhat and makes it more real in a sense.?


Also Read: The Walking Dead Season 7 Preview Special: Prepare to be Zombified

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