The Walking Dead: Director Gwyneth Horder-Payton Teases The Season Premiere (Spoiler)

<i>The Walking Dead:</i> Director Gwyneth Horder-Payton Teases The Season Premiere (Spoiler)

Director Gwyneth Horder-Payton, in an interview with AMC she spills some details about a scene in the first episode of the new season. Click the jump to be spoiled.

As you can expect I can't wait for the new season to begin. It's gonna be quite the change this season seeing the cast go from an empty city locale to a more rural landscape. I think the element of fear is gonna be personified, when behind any tree or bush, there could be a....ZOMBIE!



In an official AMC interview, Horder-Payton confirmed that the episode will feature a multiple car pile-up on an Atlanta highway.

"It was a challenge," she explained. "There were so many vignettes within the pile-up [and] all these connected bits, people under the cars who had to see certain people under other cars."


Horder-Payton, who directed the first season's third episode 'Tell It to the Frogs', also hinted that the premiere will differ greatly from her previous contribution.

"[That] was... a major character episode, where you found out who people were and what the relationships were between each other," she said. "For this episode, it felt like there was almost no dialogue. There was a lot of creeping around."




Be sure to check out the next season of AMC's new hit series, which is set to return later this fall.
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1 Comments
CorndogBurglar - 7/12/2011, 11:36 AM
i hope they get more on track with the comics. it doesn't have to be exactly like the comics, but it could at least resemble them.

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