Andrew Lincoln says that The Walking Dead’s Rick Grimes film should begin shooting soon
Andrew Lincoln says that The Walking Dead’s Rick Grimes film should begin shooting soon. The fate of Lincoln’s character, who has been with the establishment since the beginning, has stayed in an in-between state since a helicopter and Jadis lifted him in season 9 of AMC’s leader arrangement. Following Lincoln’s leave, it was reported the walker-executing representative would return in a set of three highlight films clarifying his nonattendance from The Walking Dead’s last seasons.
Andrew Lincoln proceeded to explain that he’s endorsed on for more than one film, and the proposed set of three is as yet being arranged that they need to get the first totally right, which is one reason it’s taken longer than expected (on top of the pandemic). The film hopes to widen the scale and extent of Rick’s story and the generally The Walking Dead universe, something that has a few side projects added to its repertoire with additional to come.
AMC has effectively requested a side project arrangement zeroing in on Daryl Dixon and Carol Peletier just as a compilation called Tales of the Walking Dead after the lead arrangement’s decision in 2022. It’s muddled if The Walking Dead season 11 will effectively set up the Rick Grimes film. Concerning returning for the arrangement’s last run, Lincoln said, “never say never.” So far, the arrangement had set up a true-to-life gathering among Rick and Michonne when Danai Gurira’s character left the arrangement to go get Rick (and probably get together in the movies). The Walking Dead universe is growing past Robert Kirkman’s source material, and The Walking Dead films will wander from it much further. On the off chance that shooting starts in spring, ideally, we will see Rick and his cowhand boots again before 2023.