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The More Details Emerge About The Rick Grimes ‘Walking Dead’ Movies, The Less Sense They Make

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AMC is starting to move into experimental territory with The Walking Dead. Dwight is crossing over to Fear the Walking Dead, joining Morgan there. There are rumors of a Daniel/Abraham movie. And of course Rick Grimes has found himself in a curious position, airlifted somewhere mysterious while the rest of his friends and family think he’s dead.

The Rick Grimes movie trilogy is starting to fill in a few details, explaining how exactly this compromise is going to work, as the idea was originally concocted as a way for Andrew Lincoln to stay in the Walking Dead universe while only filming a fraction of the time he used to.

But the more I hear about these movies, the less I really understand the purpose of them, other than what I just stated above, and I have yet to be convinced they’re…actually a good idea?

First, the movies are reportedly going to be airing on AMC, not making their way to theaters. While I can understand that, as movie distribution and marketing is expensive, I don’t fully understand how that makes these “movies,” which will presumably be out once a year for the next few years, any different than say, two and a half episodes of The Walking Dead put together, assuming their runtime is around two hours or so. The difference here might be that AMC will up production value to make them more “blockbuster”-ish, but even still, it remains a weird concept, and it will be strange to see Rick onscreen with literally none of the other cast members he’s spent nine years with, short of who, Jadis, maybe? Heath?

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After Rick’s 110+ episodes to date, what’s…six more, spread out over potentially three years, and ones that don’t

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