The Citizen is reporting that shooting for The Walking Dead Season 3 at Raleigh Studios will begin on May 31st and continue until November. Apparently, production crews are building a large “safety zone” which Location Manager Mike Riley describes as being “ruled by a benevolent dictator” at Raleigh Studios which is located in Senoia, Georgia. Also worth reporting, Location Manager Mike Riley spoke at another Coweta County city council meeting, saying that portions of the series will be filmed at “Turkey Creek Road near the fire department, at Sportsman’s Deer Cooler in Haralson and at a house in Turin where the production is requesting to close Reese Road between McIntosh Trail and Odom Road.” Riley also says that each episode will take 9 days (Monday-Friday) to film and that “The storyline runs from a rural area to an urban area and back to a rural area, we were here last year and much of the show was shot in this area.”
Finally, “A New Day” the first of five parts of The Walking Dead Video Game came out this week for The Playstation Network and for PC and Mac. The Xbox 360 version of the game will be out this Friday (April 27th 2012) via the Xbox Live Arcade and will cost $5 or 400 MS points.