The actor says the season 3 finale of AMC’s The Walking Dead has been “a lot of fun” and the show’s next season “will be different than any other.”
“We’re on the right track with season 3,” the 34-year-old said.
“It was a lot of pleasure to do that episode.”
While “The Handmaiden’s Tale” continues to be an animated TV series, the new season will be set in a post-apocalyptic world and stars Margo Martindale, Glenn Close, James McAvoy and Carrie Coon.
The “The Walking Dark” actor, who has appeared in a handful of films, said the series will feature more supernatural elements.
“There’s definitely going to be some elements that we’ve never had in a show before, but it’s going to have a more supernatural element than it ever has,” he said.
During a Q&A following a special event on the set of The Walking Night star’s upcoming film, “The Revenant,” AMC’s executive chairman Chris Aronson confirmed that the series is still in the works, but didn’t specify which direction the series might go.
Aronson told reporters the project is “a great idea.”
He also said that AMC’s upcoming slate of projects includes a “big, bold” new “Legion” and “Game of Thrones” film.
Aronson said that the “Legions” movie would be based on the “Gotham” comic book franchise.
He said the film would be “about the war between the dark side and the light, the dark in the world and the dawn of hope in the dark.”
“The Revenants” actor said the next installment of the series would be a continuation of the current storyline, with a new twist.
“I’m not sure what the story is going to end up being,” he joked.