‘The Walking Dead’ creator Robert Kirkman claims the Covid-19 pandemic will make the Rick Grimes spin-off film ”higher”.
Andrew Lincoln, 46, will reprise his function as zombie-killing Rick within the first of a deliberate trilogy of flicks and Kirkman feels that the downtime brought on by the worldwide well being disaster will profit the manufacturing.
Speaking throughout Skybound Entertainment’s Skybound Xpo panel, Robert stated: ”There’s tons of stuff occurring behind the scenes. I do not need anybody to assume that we’re simply sort of ready round for this pandemic to finish.
”I might say that, if something, the pandemic goes to make plenty of motion pictures higher. I believe the Rick Grimes film chief amongst them, simply because we’re getting plenty of extra time to prepare dinner this factor and ensure it is excellent.”
Executive producer David Alpert added: ”We’re coming alongside in an enormous manner. We’re simply on this explicit area the place we’ve (to attend). We cannot shoot proper now, in order that’s simply the large factor holding us again.”
Alpert additionally revealed that the crew are ”determined” to return to filming and described the film as ”one thing actually thrilling, actually distinctive, actually completely different”.
The untitled flick is about to disclose what turned of Rick and Anne (Pollyanna McIntosh) after they escaped on a helicopter as they exited the tv collection.
Polyanna lately teased her involvement within the film.
The 41-year-old actress stated: ”I’ll or might not be doing a Walking Dead movie that Andrew Lincoln is concerned in, enjoying Rick. Let’s see what occurs.
”We need to know what occurs past the helicopter. So that is perhaps one thing I’ve bought to stay up for.”