An open letter to AMC: It's all fun and games until someone slips
The AMC series star takes your questions live at TheWrap
No word on if "Feud" contestant thinks Steve Harvey is a zombie
Are zombies America's new favorite past time?
"The Returned" revolves around a group of people in an idyllic French town who don't realize that we're dead
Executive producer Robert Kirkman and his cast tease a new danger more deadly than humans or zombies ... combined
Despite the box office success of "World War Z," studios aren't in the market for more zombie projects
Paramount is angling to gain entree into the world's second largest film market
Paramount debuts a look at zombie thriller that hops around the globe
Lightning Entertainment will still oversee digital distribution
Cult hero will take a pass at action-horror project set in ancient Rome
The Governor is the most notorious villain in Robert Kirkman's zombie story
Robert Kirkland reveals why zombies don't actually exist on "Walking Dead"
New survivors, old love triangles and loads of zombie guts await viewers in season two
A whole alphabet of season one primer info and season two preview scoop on the hit AMC series
Gamer publisher Deep Silver say "no decision" has been made about film rights to upcoming zombie video game, according to statement on gamer site
In which a 12-year-old filmmaker and her mother go on the ride of their lives
Vampires are the new heartthrobs, zombies are the new action villains
Arnold really has a great sense of who has talent as well as who is bull----ting and who isn’t, and he doesn’t suffer fools at...
AMC's gritty, writing- and acting-driven zombie series will do for the horror genre what "The Dark Knight" did for superheroes
AMC drops a fun-sized treat into the bucket of zombie fans
Pitt's Plan B beat DiCaprio's shingle for rights to Max Brooks' zombie apocalypse novel
Post-"Twilight" and "Zombieland," TheWrap takes a look at the upcoming wave of undead movies
"Napoleon Dynamite" finds that hungering for brains in a 4-minute online series isn't much different from making a full movie.
Megan Fox, zombies, Megan Fox, roller derbies and Michael Bay.
COMMENTARY: They are some horrible version of ourselves -- some moral comeuppance we all deserve.
It's literally impossible to enter the Austin Convention Center during SXSW and not notice somebody blogging, vlogging or otherwise engaged with a digital device. But...