Michonne Rides A Majestic Steed In New Walking Dead Season 4 Image
This season of The Walking Dead will feature new characters, new threats, fiercer zombies…and a horse? The sword-wielding Michonne will mount a majestic steed to maneuver the landscapes of the zombie apocalypse. EW revealed the latest season 4 still and talked with the cast and crew about the newest four-legged addition to the show.
Executive Producer Gale Anne Hurd talked about the benefits of a horse over a car in the world of The Walking Dead, showrunner Scott Gimple commended actress Danai Gurira‘s new horse riding skills, but Gurira talked about what went into actually learning to ride:
I’m going to tell you this and I’m going to regret saying this, but I’m proud of myself, O.K? Because I learned how to ride a damn horse and I didn’t know how to ride a horse, and I was like, ‘I’ve got to know how to ride a horse for the show, and there’s no ifs, ands, buts, or maybes about it. So, I’ve got to figure this mess out.’ And when I got on that thing, I thought I was going to be able to handle it. I said, ‘I’m going to be able to handle this thing!’ I thought it would be fine, and then I got on it and I was like, this is really not easy. This is not easy. This is a huge beast and it has very sharp instincts. It really expects you to know what you’re doing or it’s not going to listen to you. And, it’s bigger than you and stronger than you. And, you’re really high off the ground.
You can read the full rundown of quotes featuring Gurira comparing Michonne‘s horse to a man cave by clicking the source link. What do you think about Michonne‘s new ride?
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Source : EW