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TV/Film

Emmy Nominations – The Walking Dead

This year The Walking Dead was nominated for two Emmys!

Outstanding Sound Editing For A Series – 2014

Jerry Ross, as Supervising Sound Editor
Michael Baber, as Music Editor
Tim Farrell, as Sound Effects
Lou Thomas, as Dialogue Ediitor
Clayton Weber, as Foley Artist

Outstanding Special And Visual Effects In A Supporting Role – 2014

Victor Scalise, as VFX Supervisor
Darrell Dean Pritchett, as Special FX Supervisor
Matt Robken, as VFX Producer
Gary Romey, as VFX Coordinator
Martin Hilke, as Lead 2D Artist
Diego Galtieri, as Senior 2D Artist
Michael Cook, as Lead CG Artist
William L. Arance, as Senior CG Artist
Dylen Velasquez, as 2D Artist

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  1. Scricketball July 10, 2014 at 1:24 pm - Reply

    about time there were some acting nods too. do you think people are just watching for the visual effects? C’mon, Emmys…. Get a clue!

  2. celtlady July 10, 2014 at 1:34 pm - Reply

    Why no nominations for acting? The actors/acting is what makes this show so popular.

  3. Bastet July 10, 2014 at 1:43 pm - Reply

    JUST Effects & Sound?! They pick 6 shows & EVERY nom is from just those 6!

    Know what? TWD don’t need no stinking Emmy to be great; it only lacks intelligence in the nomination dept to recognize it!!!

  4. Cassi July 10, 2014 at 4:14 pm - Reply

    Melissa McBride (Carol) being left out of the Best Supporting Actress nominations is ludicrous. She was phenomenal in Season 4. That’s just to start. Has to be politics at work. Good thing I don’t base my show watching decisions on Emmy’s. Come on October!

  5. karenjohnston July 11, 2014 at 7:06 pm - Reply

    Brighton Sharing (Lizzie) should be nominated. She did an amazing job. Her character was so disturbing you couldn’t look away.

  6. Jeremy July 16, 2014 at 10:52 pm - Reply

    Pretentious crap like Downton Abbey gets in Best Drama, yet this show does not.

  7. Sara Dombrosky August 26, 2014 at 4:09 pm - Reply

    I never understand why The Walking Dead is not recognized for it’s actors. I mean, I really don’t care much about the Emmy’s, but I am getting tired of the show only being looked at for visual effects and sound. I mean, at least give the writers of the show some credit guys! I recall a very heart wrenching monologue given by Morgan in Episode 312 “The Clear.” I recall thinking to myself “pure poetry, and in the midst of a show about zombies, this show has everything.” Hell, my grandmother started off hating this show and was disgusted by the gore, but then she actually sat down and listened and is now addicted. Anyway, what about the other actors in the show. Andrew Lincoln is a wonderful actor, with so much emotion, Melissa McBride is fantastic, especially in the scene with Lizzie, Norman Reedus managed to keep a character on the show who was only suppose survive into as far as season one, Steven Yuen with that transition from innocent Glen to “merciful hell, don’t piss off Glen!” Scott Wilson was also a huge favorite, and when he died, not a dry eye anywhere, and then David Morrissey was one scary bastard, awesome writing and great acting took a somewhat comic-book style villain and turned him into a real world monster. I mean come on people at the Emmy’s, we’re waiting.


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