“The Walking Dead” production is still busy filming in the Atlanta area. In case you missed it, Spoil the Dead forum revealed some filming spoilers earlier last week. And on Tuesday, Wet Paint expanded the scoop with further details. According to the sources, a wall is being built around some houses in Senoia, GA.
This weekend, The Citizen confirmed the rumor. Their report states that the Senoia City Council approved a request to construct a temporary 15-foot wall on the Gin Property. Interesting! The wall will be placed sometime mid-September, so it looks like this setting will not be shown until the second half of Season 5. Could this be the TV version of the comics Alexandria Safe-Zone?
Probably not, The Citizen also reports that this wall is only to block the public from snooping on set and will be used to film some scenes – something major must be going down for them to take extreme measures!
Filming for the second half will begin in September and run through November. Fans are assuming that the Terminus dilemma will conclude before the end of the first half, and the wall will begin in the second half, presenting a new setting.
Security has been very tight around set, reportedly seen 24 hours! We’re all patiently waiting (OK, not so patiently) for spoilers, as Season 5 is still a little over three months away! Wet Paint adds that the filming schedule will be posted for area residents to know what will be happening, so this might give us a clue or two about what will be going on.
Another small detail from Wet Paint, “Plans call for the metal wall to be anchored in such a way that it will withstand winds of 115 miles per hour.” Will the survivors be dealing with extreme weather? Can’t wait to find out more details!