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Jon Bernthal WALKING DEAD to LA Noir?
Could Jon Bernthal, known for his role as Shane on The Walking Dead, be leaving the popular zombie series to join Frank Darabont’s latest pilot, L.A. Noir? That’s what the Internet has been wondering for the last couple of days. It’s an interesting situation, and it unfortunately is a potential spoiler for the second half of The Walking Dead’s current season.
Criminal Complex reports Bernthal has entered talks to play an L.A. cop in Darabont’s latest project, based on a book by John Buntin. While he may not end up getting the part, the fact that he’s even considering it is alarming. If he’s still a part of the Walking Dead cast, then why is he looking for more work? This could mean Shane is not long for this world. Some time ago it was leaked that one of the cast members of TWD had asked to be let go from their contract following Darabont’s firing from the series. Word was the actor got what they wished for, so for some time it’s been known one of the main characters would have a meeting with the grim reaper. With that coupled with this new revelation, it seems Jon Bernthal was likely the person who wanted out. It’s too bad because Shane was the most interesting character on the show, besides Daryl (love you!).
L.A. Noir will follow Joe Teague as he examines the LAPD in search of connections to the Los Angeles underground crime rings. The series is set in the 1940s and ‘50s and will air on TNT. Sounds fun, no?