Glenn & Maggie Like You’ve Never Seen Them Before

Okay, so we’re fully aware that The Walking Dead‘s Glenn can be sexy. Afterall, we did list out 10 Reasons Glenn Would Make A Great Boyfriend and “sexy” was most certainly on that list.

But while watching The Walking Dead, it’s easy to forget just how hot the characters are. We’re a bit too distracted with all the dirt, blood and guts to notice their attractiveness.

Well Los Angeles Magazine is here to remind you. In a recent Spring Fashion shoot, LA Magazine reimagines Glenn and Maggie (Steven Yeun and Lauren Cohan) in a world without walkers trying to eat their brains out.

The result? They’re even more gorgeous than we imagined! The duo pulls off the classic look with ease and sophistication. This is certainly a TWD fan must-see.

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Steven Yeun Reveals Glenn’s Secret To Survival

The Walking Dead hype is picking up once again with this new season. Admittedly, we’ve been quite hooked. We’re not ashamed to confess that one of the reasons for our TWD addiction is Glenn played by Steven Yeun.

Thankfully, our favorite character has managed to avoid his share of walkers throughout the show. Yeun opened up to AMC and revealed Glenn’s secret to survival along with other stories concerning The Walking Dead.

Check out the interview below:

 

Q: What do you do to get yourself in shape for the show every season?
A: Norman and Andy and I have a lot of discussions about this. We do have to be strong enough to pull off what we’re asked as actors to do. But then also, we want to make it realistic, in that we don’t want these guys to be jacked or anything like that. I just try to stay relatively healthy. But when it comes to gearing up for the new season, we even had discussions about taking a one week camping trip to get disheveled and disgusting. It’s interesting, because once we start shooting we actually start getting skinnier and more malnutritioned and gaunt as we go. The first and second season, Jon Bernthal got me into boxing, and that’s been good to just get strong without making you look like you’re ‘roiding out.

Q: Do you box with any other cast members?
A: Just Jon actually. He could kill me with one hit.

Q: Do any other aspects of The Walking Dead become a part of your life?
A: This show is really intense in that we’re living out these characters’ lives. So you just kind of live out really terrible situations that hit really close to home, so last year with what Glenn was going through, it was hard to not fall into his pit of despair and depression and keep my composure. I think that’s your job to kind of separate the two, so you don’t go insane.

Q: Glenn and Maggie have the best room at the prison. What’s the coolest place you’ve ever slept?
A: There are nice hotels, but nothing beats 1993, on the middle of a small mat on my grandma’s farm in one of the hottest summers in Korea. You can like smell the grain that they’re growing — they actually own a Tobacco farm. And you’re just laying there on the ground while my grandmother’s cooking.

Q: Are zombies a part of Korean culture at all?
A: I think the idea of it exists, but don’t know if it is in their pantheon of monsters. Korea has a way of being more about goblins and ghosts, and less about vampires, werewolves, and zombies.

Q: What did you know about Glenn’s arc and what surprised you about it this year?
A: I knew that going in that Glenn was going to be a little more careful. All the things that he’s suffered for and learned for his mistakes for. He wants to really keep and cherish the idea of family, and keeping those around him that he loves. Scott [Gimple] told me that was the direction Glenn was headed. But there were some surprises in terms of how feeble he was in his attempts to do so, early on.

Q: We’ve talked before about your background in comedy. Is there any space for humor for Glenn in the apocalypse?
A: I think earlier on in the first season, and the second season a bit, Glenn had that. But I think that as things wear on him, and as Glenn started having more things to care about and protect, he became a little darker. But I think that part of him still exists and hope it will come out sooner or later.

Q: What’s Glenn’s secret to survival?
A: Resilience. He’s hard to knock down, and if he does get knocked down, he’s hard to keep down.

Q: You’re an internet guy. Have you checked out any The Walking Dead tributes online?
A: The Glenn ones are pretty funny. The meme about being jealous of how Glenn does some nonsense and then gets laid? It’s good for Glenn! In person, a girl on the street once saw me about a block away and then she started walking towards me and doing the whole zombie walk. She regretted it as soon as she got up to me. She was like, “I’m so sorry, that was so embarrassing.”

 

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Steven Yeun Writes Letter to the Thief Who Stole His Backpack

Story by Taylor Weik.

On Sunday night while the rest of America was watching the newest episode of AMC’s The Walking Dead and praying our favorite Korean Walker-slayer would live to see another episode, Steven Yeun discovered that someone had broke into his car and stolen his backpack.

The backpack contained his computer, camera, book and notebook “full of my dumb ideas that I will never use.” Yeun, who plays Glenn Rhee on TWD, uploaded a photo of his car, back window shattered, on his personal Instagram account and typed out a letter to the backpack-burglar in the caption.

hey. asshole that broke into my car. I hope you enjoy what you find in my backpack. The computer I’m sure you sell to some other idiot. great. my camera is one of my favorite cameras. it’s my ricoh. enjoy the picture that I took on there of all the beautiful people that I love. but I hope you also enjoy the picture I took of my stupid messy room. you also took my book too, you dick. I was half way through that thing…now I have to start over from the beginning. that’s just the rules. but for real what pisses me off most is that you took my notebook full of my dumb ideas that I will never use. I loved those dumb ideas. it was a constant reminder for me to do better. now I gotta write down all those dumb ideas over again. those are the rules. one particular section had some stand up jokes in there. well there goes my 5 minute set that I’ve been working on about wizards, vertigo and chocobos. you’re a dick. but I still love you.

But seriously though, what kind of a person steals from the guy who plays Glenn?

You Won’t Believe What Steven Yeun Is Ashamed of

This past Sunday night, The Walking Dead fans were glued to their screen to watch the much-anticipated season 4 premiere. AMC reported that this premiere broke the series record with 16.1 million viewers.

Of course, we were most excited to see our favorite character, Glenn, continue with his on-screen romance. Actor Steven Yeun mentioned there would be “more loving, less shoving”  and true his word, the episode was filled with Glenn’s worry over Maggie’s well-being.

But if you’re like us and didn’t think one episode was enough Steven Yeun, then you’re in luck. The Korean actor made an appearance on Conan and divulged quite a bit of information about his personal life. If you thought our list of 5 Reasons We Love Glenn was not enough, how about some reasons to love Steven Yeun?

During one portion of the interview, Yeun revealed which of his body parts he was uncomfortable with. Can you guess what it is?

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That would be his abnormally small nipples. At least he thinks they are. During the interview, he claims that while most men have quarter-sized nipples, he has maybe half a dime. Check out the hilarious conversation below:

 

Yeun also talked about very unfortunate outcomes of his film location. Even more horrifying than walkers, he describes finding a tick latched onto a very unfortunate body part. “I had a guy… on my guy.” says Yeun.

 

Finally, Yeun goes against his character’s natural instinct. While Glenn has proven to be a survivor, Yeun has other plans. He claims that if zombies/walkers were to take over, he would just get bit. He reasons that the experience may very well be orgasmic.

Steven Yeun Opens Up About His Steamy On-Screen Romance

If there’s one thing to be happy about amidst the walker-infested, death-stained world of AMC’s The Walking Dead, that would be the growing love of Glenn and Maggie. Who didn’t cheer when Maggie caught Glenn off guard in Season 2 by offering her.. love in an abandoned pharmacy?

So how does a couple maintain a relationship in the middle of a zombie apocalypse? Glenne decides the best route would be marriage. In the end of Season 3, Glenn presents Maggie with a ring (stolen off of a zombie of course). But how will this play out in Season 4 which premieres on October 13th? We asked the same thing.

Actor Steven Yeun and co-star Lauren Cohan gave Entertainment Weekly some inside information about the two lovebirds. Cohan jokes that as soon as Herschel, Maggie’s father, gets ordained online, he will be the one to marry them.

Not missing a beat, Steven Yeun sums up whats to come in Season 4 with, “more loving, less shoving.” Check out the interview for yourself:

Image of the Day: “The Walking Dead”‘s Steven Yeun Fanboys Over Daryl Dixon

We certainly love all the fanboying going on on The Walking Dead. Steven Yeun is apparently a big fan of TWD character, Daryl Dixon (played by co-star Norman Reedus), posing with his figurine in this photo. Yeun has been quoted as saying his character, Glenn Rhee, is everyone’s second favorite character on the hit show, right after Dixon. And how does he feel about that? “I’ll take second place if it’s next to Norman Reedus,” he says. No worries, Steven — you’re number one in our book!

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