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Submitted by jagiii 951d ago | interview

After Earth Screenwriter Gary Whitta Discusses The Walking Dead Games

Gary Whitta, the Hollywood scribe behind Warner Bros. Pictures’ The Book of Eli and the upcoming Sony Pictures After Earth, comes from the video game industry. The former video game journalist penned the story for Telltale Games’ latest episodic games based on Robert Kirkman’s comic book, The Walking Dead. With the hit AMC series back for its third season (the first two seasons are on DVD and Blu-ray from Anchor Bay Home Entertainment) and a new Activision game from developer Terminal Reality serving as a prequel to the show, there’s a lot of undead to go around. Whitta talks about the competing games in this exclusive interview. (Activision, PC, PS3, Telltale Games, Terminal Reality, The Walking Dead: Episode 1 "A New Day", The Walking Dead: Episode 4 "Around Every Corner", The Walking Dead: Season 2 - Episode 1 "All That Remains", Xbox 360)

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