The Walking Dead star Steven Yeun has mentioned his controversial exit from the present, 4 years on.
Yeun performed Glenn Rhee within the AMC present, and was killed off within the dramatic season seven opener by Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), a controversial transfer that led many to ditch the long-running present.
Talking to Variety, Yeun has mirrored on his time on the present, revealing that he felt “at all times, form of, in service to this bigger narrative”.
“Leaving [the show], if I had any bizarre emotions about it, was principally that I hadn’t taken the time for myself to know who I used to be and possibly my voice and what I wished to say,” he added.
“In some ways in which displays form of how I used to be raised in my early years. I believe I’m carried out. I believe I need to attempt the opposite aspect.”
The Strolling Lifeless – Jeffrey Dean Morgan as Negan (Image: Jace Downs / AMC)
Discussing his experiences on set for The Strolling Lifeless, Yeun described the expertise as “an enormous blessing,” including: “Not solely did I meet unbelievable people who taught me some unbelievable methods to navigate life – to be knowledgeable, to be an actor, to take a job significantly – but in addition simply undergo a beast corresponding to The Strolling Lifeless.”
Bonus episodes of Season 10 of The Walking Dead are set to start airing on AMC within the US on February 28, and the next day (March 1) on FOX within the UK.
Showrunners additionally beforehand confirmed that season 11 would be the last of the show, set to air in two parts between 2021 and 2022.
In the meantime, The Strolling Lifeless director Rosemary Rodriguez has teased a potential return for Rick Grimes. It comes after Andrew Lincoln just lately said he was hoping to reprise his role in a trilogy of films when shooting starts this spring.
The actor, who left the AMC present after season 9, added: “It does really feel like there’s a sure sense of positivity and the cavalry’s coming with the vaccines. And there’s an actual form of sense of a renewal, hopefully.”