The first trailer for Season 2 emerged on Super Bowl Sunday, teasing a Halloween 2017 release. It also featured real or imaginary spider-like monsters crawling out of the Upside Down, haunting Will Byers (Noah Schnapp), who appears to be suffering from a sort of parallel universe PTSD.
In the trailer for the upcoming episode of “The Walking Dead,” Sasha and Rosita appear to go rogue while Gregory fends off — or abets — Simon and his gang of Saviors.
Sure watching Morgan (Lennie James) and Ezekiel (Khary Payton) aim guns at the Saviors looks insane, but we are dying to know if Tara told Rick about the guns in Oceanside. And if so, what does it mean for the isolated, camouflaged community along the Virginian shores?
“If you’re Harrison Ford’s insurance provider, are you a little concerned right now?” the TMZ photographer asks.
Documents about government surveillance of phones and computer systems were also in the release, though Wikileaks said alleged state intrusion into targets’ Samsung TVs represents “its most emblematic realization.”
“If we fail to represent, we are in danger of losing people to extremism,” the actor said in the speech.
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Future episodes hope to introduce fans to a whole lot more behind the stone-faced leader with killer bangs.
They appear mostly safe, although that’s thanks only to Negan’s (Jefferey Dean Morgan) absentee style of ruling.