Lori Is a Zombie in The Walking Dead Season 3 Deleted Scene
One of the many casualties in Season 3 of The Walking Dead was Lori Grimes, played by Sarah Wayne Callies, although we never got to see her as a "walker" thanks to her son Carl (Chandler Riggs) putting her out of her misery. For those who have been dying to see what Lori looks like as a zombie, we have a deleted scene from The Walking Dead: The Complete Third Season, debuting on Blu-ray and DVD August 27. The scene comes from Episode 10, "Home", where Rick (Andrew Lincoln) sees his late wife in one of many hallucinations, which takes a turn for the worse when she appears as a zombie after kissing him.
It has become a cultural phenomenon. The fans embrace it, the critics adore it. And now the stakes have never been higher for the survivors...On August 27th, Anchor Bay Entertainment unleashes AMC's original series The Walking Dead: The Complete Third Season on Blu-ray and DVD. Available as a 5-disc set in each format, the release contains all sixteen episodes from the past season. Like the previous releases, The Walking Dead: The Complete Third Season comes stuffed with tons of bonus features, including exclusive behind-the-scenes footage, never-before-seen featurettes, audio commentaries from cast and crew, deleted scenes and other surprises!
In addition, Anchor Bay proudly announces that, in response to overwhelming fan response to last year's Season 2 limited edition "zombie head" packaging, The Walking Dead: The Complete Third Season Blu-ray will be available in a Limited Edition "zombie head tank" package (water not included!) specially created once again by McFarlane Toys. SRP is $79.99 for the Blu-ray, $69.98 for the DVD and $149.99 for the Blu-ray Limited Edition. Pre-book is July 31st.
Based on the hugely popular graphic novels by Robert Kirkman, The Walking Dead: The Complete Third Season continues to draw in record audiences. The Walking Dead Season 3 follows the weary group of survivors led by police officer Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln), as they take refuge in a prison and attempt to set up a permanent camp. But while invading zombies are an ever-present danger, they must also battle the living, not only in the form of abandoned prisoners, but also the sadistic "Governor" (David Morrissey) and his followers. New characters introduced this season include Danai Gurira as "Michonne," with her two "zombie pets" in tow, and Dallas Roberts (Shadow People) as the Governor's lieutenant Milton, as well as the return of Merle Dixon (Michael Rooker).