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These 'Walking Dead' Movie Posters Will Make You Realize What Your Favorite Oscar Worthy Movies Were Missing

The official Walking Dead Twitter account started by creating The Walking Dead versions of Oscar nominated films. Then other people caught on and it spiraled out of control like a mysterious pathogen that causes people to become reanimated corpses when they die.

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norman reedus fan bite A Fan Took The Walking Dead Way Too Seriously and Bit Norman Reedus at a Convention
Via: @bigbaldhead
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During a picture taking session at a Walker Stalker Con in New York/New Jersey a fan got a little (okay, a lot) overexcited and bit Norman Reedus. Someone named Michael Bowman posted an eyewitness account on Facebook which showed up as a screenshot on the website Spoil the Dead. 

via spoilthedead

Later the woman herself posted an Instagram picture of the moment before and apologized. The Instagram account is private but a screenshot of the image and comment has been showing up in multiple publications of the story. 

via @harleygurl68

Norman Reedus did not press charges but he did respond with a picture of himself wearing a shirt that used to say "Bite Me" which he altered to say, 'DO NOT BITE ME' on his Instagram. 

TV News of The Day: Jeffrey Dean Morgan Will Play Negan on 'The Walking Dead'
Via: THR
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Spoiler Alert

There's a new villain on The Walking Dead, and he's been on the horizon for quite some time.

Actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan will play Negan, the infamous bad guy in the comic book series that terrorizes Rick Grimes and his gang. The character is the leader of a group known as The Saviors that uses violence to control other communities.

As you can see from the panel below, Negan is a super nice guy who is totally reasonable.

Negan also does a not very nice thing to Glenn Rhee in the comic books with his baseball bat "Lucille." But since Glenn is currently chilling under a dumpster, there's no reason to believe that story line will actually happen on the show.

Showrunner Scott M. Gimple told THR that bringing Negan to the show will create some exciting challenges.

"There's a particular story in that arc that I'm very excited for. But because we know where we're going, we have some opportunities to play around with it and put some things in that will lead up to [Negan and Alexandria] in different ways yet fulfill the story Robert told to the Nth degree by utilizing some slightly different approaches. Lineups and timelines and the whole nine yards."

Morgan will appear on the season finale of TWD as a guest star and then be promoted to regular cast member for season 7.

Crime of The Day: Man Kills 'Zombie' Friend After Binge-Watching 'The Walking Dead'
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A man who had just finished binge-watching The Walking Dead on Netflix told police he killed his friend because the victim was slowly turning into a zombie.

Police say the New Mexico man, 23-year-old Damon Perry, beat his pal to death with an electric guitar and microwave before being taken into custody for threatening people with a knife around his apartment complex.

Wow, no chill.

Two maintenance workers held down the man before police arrived.

He was taken into custody where he told police his friend tried to bite him, Walker style.

A local newspaper says Perry was intoxicated at the time of arrest.

Did the suspect look something like this?

PewDiePie of The Day: Youtuber Teams up With 'The Walking Dead' Creators For New Show
Via: YouTube Official Blog
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PewDiePie is looking to cash in even more on his YouTube video empire, and he's getting a little help from the creators of The Walking Dead.

He's getting a brand new show, and it sounds highly entertaining.

The new series will be featured on YouTube's subscription service, YouTube Red. The show is set to be called Scare PewDiePie, and will be a half-reality, half-prank show.

The Walking Dead creators and Maker Studios will team up to drop PewDiePie into real-life versions of some of the horrifying video game situations he encounters.

YouTube Red will be available Oct. 28 for $9.99 a month.

Other original shows on the service includes projects by the Fine Brothers and College Humor.

Via: Jeff Harvick
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I'm getting sick of Carl so I hope he gets it while eating some pudding or something.