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Published On: Sat, Jun 16th, 2012

Another Walking Dead photo reveals huge surprise for season 3

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Season 3 of AMC’s “The Walking Dead” is filming in Georgia and already promises some huge changes and additions.

First, AMC release the first look at David Morrissey’s Governor and  Danai Gurira as Michonne

Then some set photos revealed Michael Rooker on set, who played the racist, obnoxious Merle Dixon.

Rick and some of the other characters may have had their hands full with their own drama, but we know Daryl hasn’t forgotten his brother Merle, who was last seen chained to a pipe on a rooftop in Atlanta. He managed to escape though, cutting off his hand in the process and disappeared, but now a new photo posted on AMCTV’s blog, it looks like Michael Rooker will be back.

Michael Rooker’s Merle’s got himself some kind of arm accessory taking the place of his lost hand.

 

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  1. Michael Rooker says Merle is not a ‘bad guy,’ talks ‘Walking Dead’ season 3 - The Global Dispatch says:

    […] in Atlanta. The group succumbs to guilt and returns to free Merle, but he is gone. Some early preview photos revealed Merle’s big return for season 3, the “Days of Thunder” star had to address the one […]

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