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Ross Marquand Says He Would Jump at Chance to Return to Marvel (Exclusive)

The Walking Dead star Ross Marquand would love the chance to return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe in the future. The Aaron actor replaced Hugo Weaving as The Red Skull in 2018's Avengers: Infinity War and 2019's Avengers: Endgame, appearing as the gatekeeper to the Soul Stone on the planet Vormir. Hugo Weaving's Red Skull clashed with Chris Evans' Captain America in 2011's Captain America: The First Avenger. After Weaving and Marvel couldn't agree on a contract, the studio pivoted to Marquand instead. Marquand talked everything Marvel on the red carpet for The Walking Dead finale, where the topic of a Red Skull return was broached.
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Ross Marquand Reflects On The 'Bittersweet' Ending Of 'The Walking Dead' As He Debuts New Series Finale Cocktail

As AMC's The Walking Dead approaches its series finale, set to premiere on Sunday, November 20, Ross Marquand, who plays Aaron in the hit zombie drama, teamed up with The Sexton® Single Malt to create a special cocktail meant to represent the show's epic end."We had a lot of fun coming up with the naming for this and everything. We floated around a few different ideas," Marquand tells OK! in an exclusive interview. "There was a lot of talk about 'Blood in the Water', 'Saving Gracie,' and I feel like 'The Final Showdown' was the most logical choice because it...
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'The Walking Dead' Star Ross Marquand Recalls How A Fellow Cast Member Helped Him Remember To 'Embrace The Time We Have On Earth'

Ross Marquand has made a living slaying zombies in AMC's hit show The Walking Dead, which follows an ensemble of characters as they struggle to survive in a post-apocalyptic world — but there were moments Marquand himself needed to remember that life is too short not to enjoy the ride.In an exclusive sit-down with OK!, the Avengers: Endgame actor reveals it was a fellow costar who helped remind him this important lesson when he was worried about being killed off of the delightfully yet often heartbreakingly brutal series. "I remember when I first got on the show, I was terrified...
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Walking Dead: Ross Marquand curates cocktail kit with Sexton whiskey

Over a year ago, it was announced that Sexton Single Malt whiskey would be the official whiskey of The Walking Dead. The limited edition bottles include a special Walking Dead label that appears to be decaying, with quotes from Hershel (Scott Wilson), Rick (Andrew Lincoln), Daryl (Norman Reedus), and Michonne (Danai Gurira). Cocktail Courier recently sent this writer “The Final Showdown” cocktail box for review, and let me tell you, order yours today!

The Walking Dead’s Ross Marquand bartends at Sexton promo event

As most fans know, The Walking Dead has named The Sexton Irish Single Malt as the official whiskey of the series. This promotion was kicked off over a year ago with an amazing TWD cocktail kit, and recently, to commemorate the final season, a special Walking Dead bottle was produced. Additionally, The Walking Dead’s own Ross Marquand, who plays Aaron on the series, has been named brand ambassador.

The Walking Dead: Ross Marquand on working with another Terminator vet

In the latest episode of The Walking Dead, we were introduced to unhinged warlord Ian, played by none other than Terminator star Michael Biehn (Kyle Reese). However, he isn’t the only face from the Terminator franchise to appear as a big bad in the zombie apocalypse; Robert Patrick (T-1000) appeared in season 10 episode “One More.” Funnily enough, in both instances, the villains have crossed paths with Aaron (Ross Marquand) and Gabriel (Seth Gilliam). While they might be giving our survivors a hard time, Marquand is enjoying working with his heroes.
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The Walking Dead's Ross Marquand Responds to Aaron and Rick Grimes Comparisons

Is Aaron replacing Rick Grimes on The Walking Dead? Ross Marquand talks to ComicBook about comparisons between Aaron and comic book Rick — and whether fans should fear if Aaron receives Rick's fate from the comics. Since Season 9, Aaron has noticeably resembled Rick's comic look with his beard and a prosthetic arm. (In the comics, Rick loses his hand to the Governor, and Aaron's arm is amputated after a logging accident on the show.) After Rick's (Andrew Lincoln) disappearance and presumed death, Aaron is the de facto leader of the Alexandria Safe-Zone as of Season 11, which adapts Rick's first meeting with Governor Pamela Milton (Laila Robins) of the Commonwealth.
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Ross Marquand Was "Intimidated" by Michael Biehn's Warlord on The Walking Dead

Ross Marquand was "intimidated" by his Walking Dead guest star Michael Biehn. The iconic actor plays a warlord of the walker apocalypse in Sunday's "Warlords," where Aaron (Marquand) and Father Gabriel (Seth Gilliam) encounter a new group as emissaries for the Commonwealth. The episode, written by Jim Barnes and Erik Mountain, reunites Biehn with his Aliens and Terminator producer Gale Anne Hurd, franchise producer of The Walking Dead. (Last season, the scribes pit Gabriel and Aaron against another Terminator star, T2: Judgment Day actor Robert Patrick as Mays, in the bonus episode "One More.")
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Ross Marquand on Aaron's Angst and the "Epic" End of The Walking Dead

Warning: this story contains spoilers for Sunday's "Warlords" episode of The Walking Dead. "Together, we're strong. You can make us even stronger," Alexandria recruiter Aaron (Ross Marquand) tells Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) and his group of zombie apocalypse survivors in Season 5 of The Walking Dead. Years later, Aaron and Father Gabriel (Seth Gilliam) are emissaries for the Commonwealth, an advanced community of 50,000 people living in Ohio. After surviving attacks by wind, walkers, and Whisperers, the Alexandria Safe-Zone is undergoing a rebuild as part of the ambitious Lance Hornsby's (Josh Hamilton) communal project he told Aaron is going to "remake the world."
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The Walking Dead Season 11B – Ross Marquand, Lauren Ridloff, Eleanor Matsuura, Paola Lazaro and Lynn Collins on superpowers, music & mementos

Back in 2010, a certain Deputy Sheriff Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) woke up from a coma to discover that the world was in ruins and he would have to lead a group of survivors to stay alive in the face of a zombie apocalypse. It was the start of The Walking Dead phenomenon. Now it draws to a conclusion with the second half of the eleventh and final season hitting our screens on the 20th of this month. The first half was the most in-demand show around when it aired last summer, so who knows what lies in store for part two? Not that it’s a show that does anything by halves.

Ross Marquand to attend Motor City Comic Con this weekend

Ross Marquand has portrayed Aaron on The Walking Dead series since season 5. When he was first introduced, he was a recruiter for Alexandria, and his introduction was right off the comic book page. He didn’t make a great impression on Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) initially, but over time Aaron has become a great leader at Alexandria. Marquand will be in attendance at Motor City Comic Con in Detroit this weekend.
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The Walking Dead’s Ross Marquand talks Aaron’s PTSD, fishing

Ross Marquand’s Aaron has been through the proverbial wringer over the course of his tenure on The Walking Dead. Now that the show is in its final season, Aaron is being pushed to the limit, as evidenced by his terrifying nightmare at the start of the newest episode, “Out of the Ashes.”