The Walking Dead Season 7 rumored spoilers are being passed around by sites keen on being first to report what’s ahead on Sunday’s Episode 5 and beyond. A certain site, however, has been spreading a false spoiler about Enid’s situation, according to Moviefone. The announcement about this debunked information was posted by The Spoiling Dead’s Facebook page.
Enid’s Disturbing Scene Rumor Debunked
Although Moviefone described The Spoiling Dead as “unauthorized” when it comes to delivering inside TWD info, the movie site touted it as having the most trustworthy information and even cited them to debunk a rumored TWD spoiler. In this case, rumors have been spreading like crazy about Enid being raped on this Sunday’s “Go Getters.” According to The Spoiling Dead, this is not true at all.
The Walking Dead rumor resulted in producer Scott M. Gimple and others getting a ton a flak from upset fans via social media. Although there was a creepy scene with one of the Saviors tormenting Enid with her balloons in Episode 4, this is probably as far as they are going to get.
There may be some unrest, buzz, and tension in The Walking Dead online community as there was the controversial scene of Glenn and Abraham’s brains being bashed to mush in Season 7’s first episode. Negan has done some pretty cruel things so far, so the internet has probably been speculating the worst possible thing that the Saviors could do.
That said, it seems speculation turned into something more.
Although the AMC cast and crew have called out The Spoiling Dead‘s site for what they do, the spoiler site took AMC’s side this time and asked The Walking Dead community to cut Scott Gimple some slack for non-existent spoilers.
It’s also the nature of Negan in the comic to be anti-rape, according to Moviefone, and is more about mind games and manipulation. If you think about it, there are movies and TV shows that have main villains that demonstrate similar beliefs.
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The Walking Dead Season 7 Wraps With A ‘Different Vibe’
Also, Season 7 wrapped things up with Episode 16 and Scott M. Gimple reported a “different vibe” for the season’s second half, according to Cultjer. He didn’t say much else other than that.
“We are on our last day of production here. We’ve got that going on. There’s always drifts and drafts that can happen ater that but this is the official last day of production. 7B’s vibe is very different from 7A’s vibe. The ending of 7B is very different than the beginning of 7A.”
Does that mean the tension has lessened a bit or perhaps the focus has been taken away from Negan and the Sanctuary’s Saviors? It could be ascertained that the first half (7A) builds up Negan’s posturing while the second half (7B) could foster a resistance of communities building its wares against the Saviors.
Set Photos Reveal TWD Spoilers
There was activity on The Walking Dead’s Alexandria set, and spoilers revealed Michonne, Daryl, Ezekiel, Maggie, and Daniel’s presence. Scott M. Gimple was also seen “lurking,” according to Moviefone. Sounds of commotion had also occurred behind the walls of Alexandria.
The set descriptions can only be parsed together and not be entirely spoiler-infested if you think about it. It just asks more questions about the cheering, what is being said, and who is saying it.
Furthermore, other pictures from the set were also revealed. This time with the characters of Daryl, Michonne, Rick, Tara, Carol, Dwight, and Sasha. It was also rumored there would be one more day of filming and it wasn’t known if it would be in Alexandria or the studio.
So would that mean that this was the final wrap for Season 7 per the report from Scott M. Gimple? “The Garbage Pail Kids” had been a nickname given to a group introduced later in the season.
Could they be The Whisperers rumored from Episode 6’s “Swear”?
Find out for certain starting with AMC’s The Walking Dead Episode 5 “Go Getters,” airing this Sunday at 9 p.m. EST.
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