Melissa [McBride] and I got to do a big episode together this second half of the season, which is my biggest dream on The Walking Dead - to do more with Melissa. And we sort of stayed for pretty much a solid week and a half, while we shoot the episode, we pretty much stay in that like… she’s Carol, I’m Maggie. And it actually helps. Because it’s not the actions you take, it’s literally what you are reading in your face and the weariness. You just don’t sleep very much.
Lauren Cohan (When you shoot a dark episode is there some sort of routine that you do?)
I was born in Philadelphia, I lived in New Jersey for a short time, and then I moved to England, when I was a kid. And then, I recently moved to L.A. I’m American by birth, and English by accent. I grew up just outside London, in Surrey. So, I’m a Jersey Brit!
A young American named Greta (Lauren Cohan) takes a job as a nanny for an 8-year-old boy in a remote English village. To her surprise, Greta learns that the child of her new employers is a life-size doll. They care for the doll as if it was human, which helps the couple to cope with the death of their own son 20 years earlier. When Greta violates a list of strict rules, a series of disturbing and inexplicable events bring her worst fears to life, leading her to believe that the doll is alive. Initial release: January 21, 2016 (Netherlands) Director: William Brent Bell Running time: 1h 38m Screenplay: Stacey Menear Music composed by: Bear McCreary