You thought that Negan’s bloody kill with Lucy in the premiere of The Walking Dead was it? Not according to executive producer Greg Nicotero, read what he said:
“There’s so much more that happens in that episode that is more heartbreaking than that moment, that by the time the episode’s over it’s almost too much. It’s that intense. It just keeps getting worse. It goes lower and lower and lower and lower.”
With a little over a month left until The Walking Dead comes out, a brand new synopsis has been released and it really draws in what will happen this season for these characters.
Up until this point, our characters have lived through conflicts… Disease, hunger, scores of the undead, tragedy, betrayal, and unthinkable loss. Through this, they’ve become formidable. Powerful. Unstoppable.
To start Season Seven, that power is taken away. They had found safety and stability. They had created a home. They thought the world was theirs. They thought they knew the world. They were wrong.
The first half of Season Seven sees our group fractured, broken, bereaved, and picking up the pieces while living under the thumb of oppression. Negan will have successfully brought the survivors under his control, brutally convincing them to live under his rules with a deadly and horrific example of what happens if they don’t.
Other characters are unaware of what’s happened, but have become separated from the group either by incident or choice — they will learn that they can’t escape this new turn of their world, either. This half season is about these characters starting over.
The overall theme of the season is beginning again. The world isn’t what they thought it was. It’s bigger and it’s even more dangerous.
This might be the first time I can remember that Denzel Washington is starring in two different movies in the same year. But it’s happening this year.
After his successful role in The Magnificent Seven, Denzel has is directing debut in his upcoming Christmas film, Fences, based on the award winning play which is set in 1950s Pittsburgh as a former Negro league baseball player, now working as a waste collector, struggles to provide for his family and come to terms with the events of his life.
Man, i love Western movies. & The Magnificent Seven is definitely one of them.
The Magnificent Seven, is a remake of same titled movie & tv show that come out years ago, only this time, you have the world’s biggest stars making it & starring in it. Directed by Antonie Fugua & written by Nic Pizzolatto, starring a regular of Fugua’s movies is Denzel Washington, the upcoming star who has it going which is Chris Pratt & other great actors. & just like the previous movie & tv show, The Mag Seven is a movie about seven deadly shooters who come together to defeat a huge threat that has taken over a town, a town a widow named Ellen Cullen is looking for revenge.
The Magnificent Seven is one of the best Western films i have seen because for one reason alone, the writing & directing. Fugua & Pizzolatto are two of the smartest filmmakers in the industry & together they created something very true to the original, while touching into the present to draw in new fans of the film, like myself. I really loved how well drawn out the story was, which Pizzolatto is very good at from his hit HBO show, True Detective. And for Fugua, he has always been good at creating movies centered around bad people or people with bad intentions, two films that come to mind is Training Day & Southpaw.
Other thing that i really like was the chemisty & choice of actors to the play the roles of these dangerous characters. Because everyone played the roles so well, I can’t pick who i liked better & since everyone did so well, the humor that’s in the movie is top notch.
Overall, i give this movie 5 stars. It is worth seeing & you’ll be invested in it from beginning to end.