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The Walking Dead Season 4 To Feature New Zombie Threat: Faster Like World War Z?

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8492 We get a tidbit on The Walking Dead Season 4 from Norman Reedus, who plays fan-favorite character Daryl Dixon.

Seems this season on The Walking Dead, the zombies will get an upgrade.

Reedus says the zombies will be scarier and describes them as a "new threat."

"They’ve introduced a way to make the zombies scary again,” Reedus told EW. “They’re terrifying. The new threat is just unreal."

Reedus also says the script for The Walking Dead season 4 is intense.

"The scripts this season are just amazing,” Reedus said. “It feels like we’ve shot about three movies already. It’s super intense.”

Last season The Walking Dead season 3 finale and latter half took some heat from fans for being dull and disappointing.

Series creator Robert Kirkman already promised things would be different.

Any chance AMC and Kirkman are going to introduce "faster" zombies ala the World War Z movie?

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