Olivia Munn and four other actors have joined the cast of Tales of the Walking Dead. The onscreen world of The Walking Dead started when the present – based on the Robert Kirkman graphic story series of the same name – first aired on AMC in 2010. Over the years, the massively favourite post-apocalyptic zombie drama, which is currently airing its eleventh and final season, has spawned a variety of spinoffs including Fear the Walking Dead, which itself has run for 7 seasons still further. Although the central limb of the line is ending, the universe will continue with a series of films following Andrew Lincoln’s reputation Rick Grimes, a Daryl and Carol spinoff series, and Tales of the Walking Dead.

Tales of the Walking Dead is a brand new spinoff of the succession that will tell a different story each chapter, following characters both familiar and new. Because of the less demanding duration commitment in terms of filming, the succession has depicted a variety of interesting aces that includes Anthony Edwards, Parker Posey, Terry Crews, Poppy Liu, and Jillian Bell. Until today, the most recent star to join the series was Cowboy Bebop’s Daniella Pineda, whose molding was announced last week.

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Per EW, five brand-new shed representatives have now assembled Tales of the Walking Dead in one descended lunge. AMC officially announced that they have cast Olivia Munn, Jessie T. Usher, Danny Ramirez, Loan Chabanol, and Embeth Davidtz. As usual, the network remains tight-lipped about what reputations they will be playing, which people will appear alongside each other in certain episodes, and what familiar Walking Dead courages they might interact with along the way.

Olivia Munn is perhaps the best-known word on such lists, having appeared in the Aaron Sorkin HBO series The Newsroom as well as playing Psylocke in X-Men: Apocalypse. However, each of these newcomers has a strong filmography, countless having had their own brush with the world of superheroics. Jessie T. Usher is best known for playing -ATrain on The Boys and Danny Ramirez recently held a memorable role as Joaquin Torres in Marvel’s Disney+ sequence The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. Loan Chabanol performed in The Transporter Refueled, and Embeth Davidtz has had a long vocation, though she’s perhaps best known for playing Miss Honey in 1996 ‘s Matilda.

Tales of the Walking Dead is certainly collect a strong group of survivors to face off against the undead hordes of Hiker. The anthology quality of the streak means that each of these actors may only be onscreen for one chapter, unfortunately. Nonetheless, their blended knowledge and virtuoso wattage is likely to lead to another hit for the Walking Dead universe.

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Source: EW

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