The guessing game on Negan's victim in the cliffhanger death scene remains intact as the filming The Walking Dead season 7 continues. New reports of character sighting have emerged sparking speculations about the safety of one major character.
Spoiling Dead, the Facebook fan page of the AMC zombie series, has given a filming update and mentioned that Michonne was spotted at the Old Greenville Road area. According to the fan page, Danai Gurira (Michonne) is filming for the seventh episode of the upcoming season.
"Filming took place on Old Greenville Rd. Carol and Morgan filmed at the creeptastic house with the graveyard. There was additional filming off Old Greenville Rd. There was a scene filmed with Michonne and an unknown female (possibly the same mystery chick she reportedly filmed with in episode 7.) Michonne was in the passenger's seat and supposedly exits the car at one point," Spoiling Dead wrote.
Michonne's death will be a major blow to Rick Grimes as she is his love. It remains to be seen whether the Savior leader will kill Rick's lady love. The scene from the season 6 finale episode left fans disappointed as the skull-crushing moment was shot from the point of view of the victim. Hence the identity of the character is still a huge secret that will be unravelled in the first scene of the season 7 premiere.
The show creator Robert Kirkman meanwhile addressed the fan disappointment and claimed that the creative team had 'noted' their frustrations and would not have a similar cliffhanger in season 7.
"I think everyone on The Walking Dead creative team has taken note of that, and I don't know that I would expect a similar cliff-hanger at the end of season 7," he told Entertainment Weekly. The upcoming premiere episode is hyped as a heartbreaking moment as one of the fan favourite characters is going to die a gruesome death.
Negan's wrath is set to bring more pain for the already shattered Rick grimes and his team of survivors. "Negan has come in and completely shaken up everything. Loyalties are broken, belief in one another, belief in ourselves. Each individual is completely broken, and they don't all handle it the exact same way," Norman Reedus told the website last week.
The Walking Dead season 7 will premiere in the US on 23 October at 9pm on AMC.