In case you were looking for more proof that The Walking Dead's Danai Gurira was awesome, here you go

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11 Responses to “In case you were looking for more proof that The Walking Dead's Danai Gurira was awesome, here you go”

  1. royaltrux says:

    I know this kind of commenting is frowned upon, but, HAWT!

  2. dbergen says:

    Walking Deadfans might like to know that she discusses certain (horrific) things that happen between her katana-wielding character Michonne and the Governor.

    We might also like to know about that spoiler.

    • edkedz says:

      Responsibility of the other, linked site, really. The quoted sentence above spoils nothing specific, plus if you can read it constitutes all the spoiler warning you could reasonably need, it just doesn’t contain the actual word.

      • dbergen says:

        Responsibility of the other site? Did they post it here? Of course it’s a spoiler, we now know that shit is going to go down between two characters.

        • edkedz says:

           Wow. Well, for something that vague to qualify as a true spoiler (one that actually can “spoil” the enjoyment of a story) it could only apply in the case of someone with a truly ridiculous level of spoiler oversensitivity, one so excessive as to not merit any consideration.

    • chumpmeat says:

       It says “things that happen between her katana-wielding character Michonne and the Governor IN THE COMICS.” [emphasis mine]. Which is not a spoiler for the show.

      • dbergen says:

        My mistake, I did not realize that the two are unrelated.

        • chumpmeat says:

          Spoiler alert: Daryl, Merle, and T-Dog don’t exist. And one of the Governor’s goons is going to shoot Lori and the new baby to death.

          My point is that the TV show is telling the story its own way with no claim to fidelity to the comic, which anybody who’s been paying attention at all knows.

  3. planettom says:

    Since the article doesn’t mention this, if you want to see her in a very different role, check out the excellent 2007 movie THE VISITOR.  Directed by Tom McCarthy (THE STATION AGENT), starring Richard Jenkins.   

    And a bit of trivia:   Tom McCarthy directed the unaired pilot to GAME OF THRONES.  Which is why he has a consulting producer credit in GAME OF THRONES.

  4. repoman says:

    I find it awesome that two of my fav characters on the show are also creative artists outside of their acting career… nice!

  5. Lucas Powell says:

    Oh good I needed some proof, thanks.

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