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Strickland is reported to be played by Marc Rissmann (, more castings are due soon: they are for characters currently referred to as ‘Northern farmer, 25-35’, ‘Sassy and attractive girl, 18-25’, ‘Northern sentry, 18-25’, ‘Sailor, 35-50’ and a couple of guards, in their 20s and 30s.
This means that parts of the book appear in the show further down the line, and that the show does not incorporate every storyline in the book.
I know the audience will be really happy with certainly how it starts, because they're taking the fight back, and then every single episode in the first half there's a moment which makes you go, 'Wow, oh my god, I can't believe that.'" The moment Payne is teasing might have something to do with the "Old Man Rick" teaser at the end of the season 8 trailer (which you can watch below) or it's perhaps a big death.
We've been expecting a much more action-heavy season 8 since there's now a war going on.
There'll be no infant actors on set this year, with Scott Gimple confirming that - because of the way the show's timeline works - Maggie won't be giving birth this season. In its eighth season, It's also possible that Steven Yeun could guest in the new season as the late, lamented Glenn - appearing via flashbacks or fantasy sequences, à la Abraham (Michael Cudlitz) in season seven's finale."I wouldn't want anybody to force anything but if it makes sense, then I am totally down," Yeun said.
THR reports that Steven Ogg (Simon), Katelyn Nacon (Enid) and Pollyanna Mc Intosh (Jadis) have been promoted to series regulars for season 8.
Tom Payne, who plays Jesus, caught up with IGN to talk aboutseason 8 premiere, which also happens to be the show's 100th episode.
Payne revealed the show will meet the momentous occasion with a "big bang." "It's been just crazy action, and really exciting to film and to read and to be involved in," said Payne.
The first is Dillon, who's described as "a sexy, blue-collar 20-something whose survival skills include sarcasm".
The second is a character called Abbud, billed as "an innately likeable Muslim American whose nerves are jangled, because he's flown solo for too long in zombieland".