It’s a movie and it’s an adaptation of a book, but what’s it like for you to direct it?
We sat down with director and star Sam Raimi, who helmed the last film in the “Walking Dead” franchise, “The Last of Us.”
We discussed his vision for the sequel, how it compares to “The Walking Dead,” and what fans can expect from the first film in franchise history.
We had a lot of fun shooting the new “WALKING DEAD” sequel.
We’ve got a really great team.
We’re shooting it in Brooklyn, Brooklyn.
We have this amazing team.
I think the story of the movie is, it’s the last time that the Walking Dead team really get together.
It’s the first time that they all have the same kind of bond.
Sam and I have a lot in common.
We share this love of comic books.
We both grew up with the Walking, the Walking-Dead, and the show.
And we both grew out of watching “The Simpsons.”
It was a really good fit.
And the first movie was just really fun to shoot.
It was very collaborative.
I think I’m going to be the only one who knows this movie.
We had a really fun time shooting it.
I’m not sure that I can tell you exactly what it’s going to look like, but I think it will be really special.
I don’t know if we’re going to do anything else.
But the movie, I think, is going to have a great, long run, but if it’s anything like the first “WALL-E,” I think that it’s something that will really be special.
Sam: I think “The Walkers” is going be one of those movies that people are going to remember forever.
I was just talking to [director] Joss Whedon about the movie.
He was like, I’ve been really impressed with how much the cast has grown as people have grown with the movie and as the film has gotten bigger and bigger.
The cast has been amazing, and I think people are really going to want to see it.
The movie is a big deal, and they’re all going to love it.
Sam Raimis “The War Within” script, starring Chris Evans, Jennifer Lawrence, Maggie Gyllenhaal, and Jesse Eisenberg, has a new trailer and an interview with EW.