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IGN interviews the Walking Dead cast for the new TV zombie series. This video sheds light onto the state of humanity after ...
the zombie apocalypse.
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Andrew Lincoln: I don’t think anybody can not be a reliably change by such an extraordinary apocalyptic world. I think that you have to redefine it and I think that was one of the most of the intriguing things and a playing it is that you actually rediscovering and defining what it is to be a human being in this world and what society means again. You know and how do you build it and how when everything strip away from what is is left. Laurie Holden: I think peoples true natures are revealed, there are some that are natural born leaders and there are some that you know really sink to you know the bottom of humanity, they become a most savage like and selfish and there need to survive. So I do think it really illuminates peoples true in our spirits. Steven Yeun: To have all of humanity wipe out and then you will be the last survivors and try to skip from people turn to you. That show you who you are for real I think you know and personally for my character I see that because its like it’s been doubt, he is kind and push into a corner of like society is kind to push them but now that he sees that he can take on a role that he really wanted to be and he is embracing it now. Norman Reedus: It’s interesting now because you need other people, you know you can’t just do it by yourselves so yeah I think everyone’s personality it does alter in a situation like this like you up course that you know of course I would but it makes it’s sort of makes you thing that you know a certain characters is going to go a certain way or a person will go a certain way and they can’t to go the opposite because they need you. Sarah Wayne Callies: You know this is a story about a group of people trying out to turning the monster and that’s doesn’t necessarily mean trying to avoid just being beaten and you know the most interesting— one of the most interesting things to me about the show is that a lot of people turn in monsters and remain not myself. John Bernthal: It’s a great equalizer I think that whatever personal traumas and personal desires and let downs and whatever’s going on between this characters when the zombies come it’s fear bones you have one goal and one goal only and it’s to survive and I think how you behave in that in those moments it gives all these character chances to redeem themselves or chances to completely let each other down and to completely fail and I think that’s what sort of you know this high risks life or death moments due for human beings. I mean that is our most basic is to survive and sort to puts you rights in the drivers to see you that.