The Walking Dead spin-off The Ones Who Live reunited many stars at its premiere in Hollywood.
Posing for photos on the red carpet were Andrew Lincoln (who reprises Rick Grimes in the new six-episode series) and Danai Gurira (Michonne), with franchise favourites Norman Reedus (Daryl Dixon), Steven Yeun (Glenn Rhee) and Chandler Riggs (Carl Grimes) joining in the fun.
Fortunately for them, no walkers managed to break into the swanky event.
Meanwhile, Lincoln recently confessed to People that he and co-star Gurira drew inspiration from Netflix’s period sensation Bridgerton ahead of The Ones Who Live.
“This has been a long time coming, this story, and I love this character and this is a love story. This is essentially the DNA of the original episode, which was a man in search of his family,” said the actor.
“And Danai, I have to give credit for beating the drum for the love story. Everything we could squeeze out of every scene, she said: ‘It’s time, this is it.'”
As for whether there’s more Rick and Michonne action on the horizon, The Walking Dead chief content officer Scott Gimple told Deadline of the possibility: “Anything is possible — even if Rick dies in the last episode, anything is possible.
“We’re focused on this one right now. But this one came together in a really amazing way, where there were all sorts of plans. And then the world changed and we altered those plans.”