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That provocative question has to be on the minds of Robert Kirkman and his fellow Walking Dead scribes as they head into Season 4 — and get further away from last year’s grisly death of Sarah Wayne Callies’ Lori. (Rumor has it the new season will pick up 4-8 months after Season 3 left off, which would have Rick closing in on his first anniversary as a single dad.)
For his part, Andrew Lincoln is of the opinion that Rick is not quite ready to entertain a new relationship. “I think that there has to be some kind of mourning time,” the actor told TVLine earlier this month just as production on Season 4 was getting underway. “I don’t think he’s able to engage at all on that level at the moment. I wouldn’t rule it out though.”
Lincoln then added with a chuckle, “I think Sarah Wayne Callies would be phoning me deeply upset if anything like that would be happening in Season 4.”
Calling the Season 4 premiere “terrific,” Lincoln expressed confidence in new showrunner Scott Gimple, although he admitted to maintaining a safe distance from what goes on behind-the-scenes. “We sort of go off and get into this bubble in Atlanta,” he explained. “It’s all about storytelling for me. If the words are good then, you know, it’s our job to make them ring true. All of the other stuff… I’m just a cowboy. I don’t wear the suits. I don’t get involved in all of that kind of stuff. There’s nowhere to park my horse.”
Andrew Lincoln has been a fan favorite of the hit show “The Walking Dead” since Season 1, but critics have failed to take notice of his performance as walker killer and leader, Rick Grimes. On Wednesday, May 22, nominations for The Critics’ Choice Awards were announced and Andrew Lincoln is in it, finally!
“The Walking Dead” star is up for Best Actor in a Drama Series category, this would be his first ever nomination. Also nominated in the category is Bryan Cranston for “Breaking Bad,” Damian Lewis for “Homeland,” Timothy Olyphant for “Justified,” Matthew Rhys for “The Americans,” and Kevin Spacey for “House of Cards.”
Andrew Lincoln’s biggest competition is Bryan Cranston for his performance in “Breaking Bad,” especially since the last season of the show is coming up. Cranston has won many awards before though, including Critics’ Choice Awards, so it’s time for a new winner.
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“The Walking Dead” is already alive and walking into its fourth season.
AMC has released a first photo from the upcoming season, featuring Andrew Lincoln as Rick Grimes back to work on the set in Atlanta. An ominous figure behind him indicates his battles with the zombie “walkers” are far from over.
The cast and crew began production on May 6, and the series will return to AMC in October.
The third season of the drama, which is AMC’s highest-rated series, outdistanced numerous hit series such as “The Big Bang Theory,” “The Voice,” “Game of Thrones” and “Modern Family” in the adult 18-49 demographic.
TV star Andrew Lincoln praised the work of Barnardo’s visitor centre at HMP Erlestoke, near Westbury, in a recent visit as the charity’s ambassador.
The visitor centre aims to reduce the impact of the ‘hidden sentence’ suffered by children when their father is imprisoned.
It also aims to improve the rehabilitation of offenders by maintaining links with their families.
Mr Lincoln, who stars in zombie series The Walking Dead, said: “This project benefits society as well as offenders, because they are far less likely to reoffend if they’re released to a family who still love them.”
Television star Andrew Lincoln joined families at the Barnardo’s Sure Start Children’s Centre in Calne to celebrate its fifth anniversary and cut a cake for excited children to share.
The actor, whose most recent television role is police officer Rick Grimes in zombie apocalypse The Walking Dead, and who also starred in This Life and Teachers, has been an ambassador for Barnardo’s since 2007.
Since he began supporting Barnardo’s he has visited several different projects across the UK, but this is his first visit to a children’s home.
Mr Lincoln, who lives in North Wiltshire, has two young children of his own named Matilda and Arthur.
He said he was inspired to become an ambassador after his daughter’s birth and felt an affinity with the parents at the children’s centre.
He said: “A few months before Matilda was born a friend of mine organised an exhibition and I realised Barnardo’s wasn’t just a fostering and adoption charity, it did so much more, and I was really interested.
“When you’re a parent you improve your life for the life of your child.
“I believe, whatever their background, children deserve the best chance to fulfil their potential.”
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