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"The Walking Dead": Rick Grimes will have three films and will no longer appear in the series

British people Andrew Lincoln, the main actor of the series "The Walking Dead", will be the protagonist of several films from the franchise, reporting on the AMC network.

Lincoln, who said goodbye today to the television format, will continue his iconic role as Rick Grimes in a number of projects to be taken under the production of the AMC Studios Original Film and will display the scenario Scott Gimple. The first film is expected to begin filming in 2019.

"We have many things on the horizon, starting with an epic led by one of the best actors in television history and one of the best people I've ever met", Gimple said in a statement.

"These films will represent a big evolution in terms of what we have done on television in terms of the size of production," Gimple said, promising "the world has never been seen in".The Walking Dead& # 39 ;, the faces of the past and new characters that will be the favorites of the audience ".

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Lincoln will be the protagonist of three different films from this terror story and will be broadcast by the AMC network itself.

In chapter 9×05 of "The Walking Dead"Rick Grimes looked seriously injured and was transported by helicopter to an unknown destination, the first to announce the film would explain what happened to the character and the new challenges he faced in the midst of the zombie apocalypse.

Ninth season premiere "The Walking Dead"It gathered in October 6.08 million viewers in the US, the lowest sign obtained by an episode of the series since its second season, which was released in 2011.

Nevertheless, "The Walking Dead"This is one of the most successful series of the past few years." Only two years ago, the seventh season premiere attracted more than 17 million viewers.

After Lincoln's departure, it will happen Norman Reedus, translator who gives life to Daryl Dixon, who will take the leading role in this series. EFE

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