Last year, the first three episode titles were confirmed the sixth of june, 38 days before the premiere, and tomorrow we will be 38 days away from the premiere, maybe the episode titles will be released tomorrow??? If not it will be defenetly soon
I think it will happen by the end of this month, don't know when... But a lot is going to be revealed there. They will probably reveal the trailer for the final episodes too.
I'm hoping they release a trailer soon! Waiting this long really makes you crazy.
It's so annoying that we already have 3 episode titles,1 official banner and 1 official picture for the walking dead and for Breaking Bad we got nothing, and they'll probably release a trailer for the walking dead the same day at comic con
Not sure if this will hold true, but Wikipedia has "Felina" listed as the final episode title. Which makes me wonder if it is another hint at what is to come. Felina was the name of a female character in Last Man Standing which is itself based on Akira Kurosawa's, Yojimbo. In both movies two organized crime families are pitted against each other in a successful effort to have them destroy each other. Felina was the infatuation of one of the crime bosses and held somewhat as a hostage. Considering this under the lens of the opening scene in Live Free or Die it seems that a similar setup could occur. Skylar or some other love interest maybe? Maybe Walter or Jesse uses deception to trigger a war between rival factions? Maybe Walter is going to war to retrieve his infatuation? So many possibilities. Possibly relevant quote from that movie - Felina: "My fear is my curse. What's yours?" John Smith: "I was born without a conscience."
FELINA=FINALE It's an anagram
Does anybody know where i can find the scripts of the show? I've been looking for months and i've only found the Pilot, No Mas, I.F.T and I See You
Wow. Great eye.
Good observation about Last Man Standing, however, if they would reference that story it would seem more likely that they would reference the original movie "Fistful of Dollars." Last Man Standing was a remake of the Eastwood classic. It is an anagram of Finale, but your observation is interesting because it could have additional meaning.
What do you think?