‘The Walking Dead’ cast and crew will be coming to town to celebrate Halloween
The cast of the hit AMC show “The Walking New York” will be making their return to the city for Halloween.
The Walking Dead crew, including executive producer, Robert Kirkman, will be on hand for Halloween festivities on November 28th and 29th at the New York City Museum of Art (MOMA).
In honor of Halloween, Kirkman and his cast and creative team will be taking a walk through the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), where they will share some of their favorite Halloween costumes and masks.
They will be sharing the full lineup of costumes for the MOMA, including masks and masks with other popular artists.
“As we’ve said, it’s a very big event, and the idea is to show how much we love Halloween and the people who make it so special,” Kirkman said.
“This is the best Halloween ever, period,” said MoMA Costume Designer Rebecca Vazquez.
“The costumes will be made by the best in the business, and they will be inspired by all of the different artists that work at MoMA.”
The MoMA’s Costume and Art Gallery will have a booth dedicated to Halloween, with the full line of costumes and mask designs available for purchase.
You can also look forward to a special collection of masks, with more than 20 different masks, each inspired by a different artistic medium, including painting, sculpture, photography, and more.
“We’ve had this opportunity to do something special here at MoMAM, so we wanted to do the best we could,” Vazuez said.
“It’s really a fantastic thing to do, because the costume and art galleries are a hub of creative activity and conversation.
We’ve got so many different artists here.
There’s so much variety in the way that they make masks, they make costumes, they create masks and so much more.
So I’m really looking forward to this and we’ll have a really fun night.””
The Walking” returns to AMC in 2019.
For more on “The Last Man on Earth,” visit AMC.com/thewalkers.
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