More "Walking Dead" talk: Seasons 3 & 4, 'Michonne' and the video game!

So "The Walking Dead" Season 2 finished earlier this week and people are still getting over the amazing season finale. So much so that "Walking Dead" crew can't stop talking about the show! But hey, we're not complaining!

Today not only do we have "Walking Dead" producer Glen Mazzara getting in detail about Season 3 and 4(!) but we've also got actress Danai Gurira talking 'Michonne' and a trailer for THE WALKING DEAD video game! Oh yeah, we're jam-packed with "Walking Dead" updates today!

First up the guys over at Movieweb had a chance to chat with "Walking Dead" producer Glen Mazzara and boy did he drop a lot of info about the upcoming season(s). The producer touches upon the Prison, 'Michonne,' the virus, 'Lori,' 'T-Dog' and tons of other stuff! Here's what the showrunner had to say regarding the Prison:

"Right now, I do see the prison storyline lasting through both Season 3 and 4. I do think that is a major storyline. I know we were on the farm, perhaps, longer than people wanted. There were reasons for that. What we want is for that prison to not feel claustrophobic. I think the farm played a little claustrophobic for some people. Now that the entire landscape has fallen victim to the zombie apocalypse, zombies are literally at the gates of this prison. That prison is a very small safe corner. There is a lot of danger around. It won't feel like we are bottled up, the way we were on the farm. I do think that prison is a significant storyline, but we are also interested in opening up this world. The Governor has the world of Woodbury. There are other factors out there, other groups. I do think that Rick's group is stumbling into a much larger world."

To check out the whole interview head right over HERE. Then we've got Danai Gurira, who scored the coveted role of 'Michonne,' expressing here excitement to join the series to The Hollywood Reporter's Live Feed blog. Peep a piece of that:

"It's been pretty amazing. I got the job on Friday, so it's very new. I'd never really watched it before I got the audition and I got to really get acquainted with it during these last few weeks and fell completely in love with it. I'm absolutely hooked. I felt desire really deeply to be a part of it. When I got to work with the producers one day and came back for the test I fell more in love with the show and wanted it more. It's been a pretty intense week. You wait to hear and then you hear and you're beside yourself. I had to hold it in for about 36 hours until they did the Talking Dead and it was all out. I'm still pinching myself."

To check out the rest of that interview you'll want to head right over HERE. And lastly we've got a look at the trailer for that new WALKING DEAD video game on the way courtesy of Telltale Games. You can tap the trailer directly below or over in our videos section with the rundown reading:

An untold story following convicted criminal Lee Everett; a man given a second chance at life in a world gone to hell. With danger around every corner, protecting an orphaned girl named Clementine may offer him redemption in a world of true horror. Experience events, meet people and visit locations foreshadowing the story of Deputy Sheriff Rick Grimes in this extension of Robert Kirkman's award-winning universe. This is a 5 part game of Adventure Horror, where the decisions that you make will have profound and lasting consequences.

So there you have it folks! A nice juicy "Walking Dead" update that should get you through the next few days at least. Season 3 returns this Fall only on AMC!

The Walking Dead - Video Game Trailer

Extra Tidbit: "The Walking Dead" is actually Lauren Cohan's (above) second genre series after a reaccuring role in "Supernatural."
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