There’s a reason The Walking Dead’s biggest names aren’t always at conventions.
While we revealed to you not long ago, with spoilers, everything that happens in the mid-season premiere of season 10 of The Walking Dead is about a subject that does not at all concern intrigues that we are interested in now. As fans know, the cast of The Walking Dead participate in a lot of conventions that allow fans to meet the stars, pose with them and have some conversations. Between the San Diego Comic Con, that of New York or the Walker Stalker Con, the events in which the cast of The Walking Dead are numerous, yet they could have been even more.
Actor Micheal Cudlitz, who played Abraham Ford, recently spoke about these conventions, to which AMC does not encourage its actors to follow, on the contrary. “AMC wants to avoid burn-outs and schedule problems, so they pay the actors not to go to too many conventions. We were earning a little more per episode so as not to do so many conventions. Some did. were doing every weekend and that can interfere with the shooting schedule “. It is therefore to protect its cast from exhaustion and for practical reasons that AMC offers compensation to encourage them not to participate in certain conventions. In any case for the moment with the Covid-19, the question no longer arises and we have even wondered whether the coronavirus will still have an impact on season 11 of The Walking Dead or not.
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