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Jon Bernthal Calls Shane a “Cancer” on the Walking Dead Survivors, Discusses Alternate Death Scene [Video]


So, the season finale of The Walking Dead is far enough behind us that I don’t need to worry about spoilers, right?… Right?… Good. Okay, in the video above, Jon Bernthal, who played Shane, discusses an alternate death scene for his character at this weekend’s Phoenix Comic Con. After talking a bit about the scene, Bernthal flat-out says that Shane was nothing but bad news for the survivors. But you might be wondering if what he does discuss is more like what you read in the comic. The answer: a little bit. Listen for yourself, then decide what would have been the better end for Shane.

(via Geek Tyrant)

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  • http://www.facebook.com/maxwell.lachance Maxwell LaChance

    So…this wasn’t news 2 months ago when he said it at Emerald City, but now, everybody is losing their minds.

  • http://twitter.com/princessology Chakacoaster

    for some reason I read this headline as “Jon Bernthal calls CARL a “Cancer” on The Walking Dead survivors” and I lol’d so hard and couldn’t have clicked the link fast enough. Wishful thinking :(

  • Anonymous

    “So, the season finale of The Walking Dead is far enough behind us that I don’t need to worry about spoilers, right?”

    Um… not really. I don’t watch the show, so this particular spoiler doesn’t bother me, but apparently the season finale only aired two and a half months ago. I’m willing to bet there are plenty of people watching the series who hadn’t got to it yet. Oh well. Perhaps be a little more careful with spoilers in future?

  • http://www.facebook.com/Travis.K.Fischer Travis Kyle Fischer

    That was pretty awesome, but ultimately I don’t think it would have meshed with the rest of Shane’s story-arc. His decent was fueled by the fact that he believed he was right. Without that, there’s no point in the conflict in the first place.