Walking Dead creator hints at what fans can expect from the season finale

A showrunner for The walking dead alluded to what fans can expect from the show’s much-awaited finale.

Talk to Weekly entertainment, showrunner Angela Kang says that the finale of the coming season – which has been delayed due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic – could see some surprises – including Maggie’s return – as well as the revenge of the beta. Kang also discussed what fans could expect to see after Negan’s murder of Alpha.

Kang said: “[Negan] killed Alpha. It’s awesome. But he also stood outside of Hilltop and shot fire arrows on their walls and now a whole community of people, a community of people together, since the folded kingdom in Hilltop has no home. And I think it’s complicated and I think he has a good argument of “This is what I had to do to do it.” And other people will feel like, “Well, if you’re right next to her with an arrow of fire, why don’t you shoot her in the head rather than ours?

“Negan is always complicated, and he’s been on this interesting road where he’s trying to join our group and they clearly haven’t kicked him out of the group, but I think depending on the person, they’re going to have a a very different interpretation of events and how they feel about it, but, for now, they’re all trying to get out of it.

“We will know more about this voice that speaks to Beta. But he has his face half Alpha and he seems to be guided by voices. What we know about Beta is that now that he has taken the lead group, that’s what his version of Alpha is and it’s, in his own way, disturbing and it’s only Beta. “

Norman Reedus in 'The Walking Dead'
Norman Reedus in “The Walking Dead”. CREDIT: Jace Downs / AMC / The Hollywood Archive

Talking about the eventual finale of the show when filming can resume, Kang added: “We will see a few more new characters as they are presented this season, and we will see more of the epic conflict that we have seen all the season with the survivors and the Whisperers.

“… And our people are obviously on this collision course with the Whisperer’s horde. We’ll see Beta do his thing as the leader of the Whisperers, hell is determined to take revenge. “

In other Walking Dead news, a derivative film centered on The walking dead ‘s Daryl Dixon is in development, according to reports.

Sources close to We covered this said AMC was working on a film about the popular crossbow character. Sources said it was not lit green but is under discussion.

The publication added that the film would probably take place after season 11 or 12 of The walking dead, and would see Daryl (Norman Reedus) look for the former protagonist of the series Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) “while launching some flashbacks with his volatile brother Merle, who died in season 3 episode 15, This sad life. “

Aside from this speculation, AMC has been working hard on new spinoff series The Walking Dead: World Beyond 10 years after the apocalypse, which, according to the actor in the series Nico Tortorella, is centered on “a young generation”.

The show’s release date has been pushed back from April 12 to “later this year” due to the current coronavirus crisis.

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