New ‘The Walking Dead’ Season 3 Trailer: Rick and Michonne, Out on Their Own?
Any fan of AMC’s ‘The Walking Dead‘ has no doubt fallen in love with the stony-silent, yet scarily competent sword-swinger Michonne (Danai Gurira), despite the relative lack of character development and interaction the survivor has been given in season 3’s first half. That icy exterior will likely warm as ‘The Walking Dead’ launches the second half of its third season on February 10, but will Michonne be able to get along with Rick and his authoritarian approach to the survivors? And what mysterious new location might the pair be visiting in the latest trailer for ‘The Walking Dead’ season 3?
‘Walking Dead’ fans continue foaming at the mouth for February 10 return episode “The Suicide King,” but the latest trailer for AMC throws an intriguing new bone to gnaw on. While we’d seen a few glimpses before, the new spot for the acclaimed AMC drama seems to highlight Rick, Michonne and Carl off in a desolate new location, one with warnings scrawled at every turn for people to keep out.
Might Rick and Michonne have stumbled on another haven for survivors outside of Woodbury and the prison? And will its occupant (s) be in any shape to join their group? And what of Andrea, now burdened with the knowledge that the new man in her life might be more dangerous than the dead, particularly toward her newly re-discovered friends?
“Andrea has a really good sense of character, and she loves Rick’s group,” actress Laurie Holden tells The Hollywood Reporter. “She doesn’t know they’re at the prison, so she’s got a lot of catching up to do. But I can guarantee you that what she does, her heart is in the right place.”
So, what do you think? Will Michonne, Rick and Carl’s upcoming road trip unravel a new mystery, perhaps return a long-forgotten survivor? And where will Andrea ultimately decide her loyalties lie? Check out the new trailer for ‘The Walking Dead’ season 3 return on February 10, and give us your predictions in the comments!
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