The Walking Dead: Lauren Cohan on Glenn reunion

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Lauren Cohan tells what she can about any Glenn Rhee and Maggie Greene reunion in the mid-season premiere of AMC’s The Walking Dead returning on Valentines day.

“Honey, I’m home!” Glenn sent green balloons in the sky as a dramatic gesture to let Maggie know he’d be home for Valentine’s day. I guess in the apocalypse you take the color available to you.

The excitement over Glenn’s balloons was short-lived. The watch tower fell. Walkers invaded. The people of Alexandria scattered. Maggie was forced to climb the ladder to the wooden watch island to escape the reaching arms of the walkers who were on her boot heels.

Glenn and Enid followed the balloons and made it into a tree giving them a view from the expensive seats. More importantly, Glenn can see Maggie. And Maggie can see Glenn.

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Entertainment Weekly has had great exclusives with the actors and will be providing scoops on The Walking Dead until the premiere. Check #twdscoops if you’re on Twitter. So far they’ve had scoops about Jesus and Daryl. Today’s scoop is from Lauren Cohan.

The Walking Dead returns on Valentine’s day. Of course, Maggie’s valentine is Glenn. But will they be reunited for Valentine’s day? Lauren tells Entertainment Weekly what she can:

Maggie Greene. The Walking Dead. AMC.
Maggie Greene. The Walking Dead. AMC. /

"“The reunion is going to be somewhat overshadowed by a lot of other darkness. I think I can say that much. Because they have found each other and just in time to sort of help everybody else in this huge battle that’s continuing. They’re completely underwater right now. We’ve had both of them at the absolute cliff edge of danger and death.”"

Lauren did reveal that we will see, or more accurately, hear Maggie scream for Glenn as part of the reunion:

"“We shot that scene and I screamed ‘Glennnnnnnnnnn!’ so much I lost my voice. And then we didn’t quite get it so I did it all over again in ADR. That’s the biggest screaming I’ve had yet in the show.”"

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ADR stands for Automated Dialogue Replacement. Lauren talked about the ADR process. It sounds interesting and fun. I bet they do have to really try to match intensity of the scene. There have been a few times in other shows when you hear a piece of dialogue that you can tell was added in afterwards because there’s just something about it that doesn’t match.

"“I break a sweat when I’m in there because you’re literally running and trying to match every physicality that you were in during shooting. And, you know, half the time it’s like fighting. I’m wrestling on the ground then jumping up and yelling into a mike or something. It’s awkward, but it’s also the best part of acting because you get to just roll around. I always think it would be funny if you filmed it with no sound to see an actor in a black booth by themselves with headsets on acting like a cat.”"

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The return of The Walking Dead gets closer with every new scoop we get from Entertainment Weekly! Just about one more week. Greg Nicotero and Chris Hardwick will be with us after the show to help us through our heart palpitations.