“The Walking Dead” season 4 is in production, and for many, that only means one thing: The opportunity for fans to start becoming metaphorical zombies when it comes to demanding some of the latest scoop from the show.
Luckily, we do have some scoop from Norman Reedus who has an up-close-and-personal look at just about everything that transpires within the world of the show. In a new interview with Entertainment Weekly on the InsideTV Podcast, the first thing that the actor does is try to reassure fans that are worried about whether or not we are going to be in for another entertaining season with a new showrunner. Reedus says that the writing process with Scott M. Gimple on board has been “intense,” and he is extremely excited about what he is seeing.
Meanwhile, Reedus also talked about a way in which he hopes that the zombies can be looked at as a serious threat again, especially after a season in which more of the focus was put in some shape or form on the struggles between Rick and The Governor:
“They’ve introduced a way to make the zombies scary again. They’re terrifying. The new threat is just unreal.”
Finally, the last thing to look forward to is almost a cinematic feel with the first few episodes of the season, which Reedus describes as epic in scope, even to the point where they are all practically movies.
Do you really think that this is going to be the season that makes you start to be afraid of zombies again? If case you want to see just how the show dominated against “The Big Bang Theory” throughout this season, be sure to visit the link here.