Shooting for The Walking Dead Season 7 is on with sightings popping up around the Georgia set. Most recently, on Thursday Steve Yeun and Norman Reedus were at the the site of a car crash!
The Walking Dead cast and crew have returned to Alexandria. But AMC has clamped down even harder on its closely guarded set after key audio leaked from last year's Season 6 finale. We have a long way to go before the likely launch of Season 7 on October 9, but set photos are starting to emerge thanks to spoiler sites such as The Spoiling Dead Facebook page. And times are getting so hard, we'll get our spoilers anywhere we can, even if it's from a haphazard car crash at Peachtree City for which our main men Norman Reedus and Steve Yeun were on hand. Maybe now we'll finally get a The Walking Dead cliffhanger that the fans can agree on.
According to The Spoiling Dead, a car crash occurred in the suburban Georgia hamlet in which much of the present incarnation of The Walking Dead takes place. It just so happens that "our heroes Norman and Steven were heading to set on their motorcycles and were kind enough to stop and make sure everyone was ok." Of course, this being spoiler city, someone was around to snap up the encounter, tempting Lucille conspiracy theorists to bat Glenn and Daryl off of our list of potential victims. And who knows, perhaps Negan just happened to be in one of the affected vehicles, in which case we may have taken a wild turn in the road on The Walking Dead's way to a Season 12, as Robert Kirkman teased. Are Glenn and Daryl safe?