‘The Walking Dead’ Season 5 Shocking Spoiler: Rick Grimes to Sport Dreadlocks in New Season, Looks for New Lifestyle

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By Tarun Mazumdar | May 15, 2014 12:51 PM EST

Looks like Andrew Lincoln's character Rick Grimes is up for a major makeover for "The Walking Dead" Season 5. Reportedly, he is set to don dreadlocks like a boss in the upcoming episodes of the new season. The man who shared this new look and spoiler is none other than comic book writer Robert Kirkman himself.

Apparently, Robert shared the photo of a fake Rick Grimes all happy in dreadlocks. Fans commented on the photo as they questioned what happened in the train car.

"@RobertKirkman @theonemrjones What the hell's going on in the back of that train car?" tweeted Tom Kessenich.

"@RobertKirkman @theonemrjones how long have they been in that boxcar!? So Daryl does end up looking like Chewie... Okay," tweeted Saba.

One fan even hoped that Rick's new lifestyle has something to do with Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) and Rick kissing.

"@RobertKirkman you said "new lifestyle" I got excited. I thought it was gonna be Daryl & Rick making out," tweeted Kim.

It has to be seen if Andrew Lincoln would appear as hippie Rick Grimes in one of "The Walking Dead" Season Episodes.

AMC recently released the first photo for "TWD" Season 5 featuring Rick Grimes and he is not sporting dreadlocks.

"#TheWalkingDead is returning this October, but we've got your first look at season five!" tweeted the official "The Walking Dead" account and revealed the first look.

The picture shows Rick in the train car at Terminus, opening the door. This confirms that the survivors will somehow make it out of that dreaded car. However, only "The Walking Dead" Season 5 Episodes will reveal how they manage to come out.

Check out the hippie Rick Grimes, here.

"The Walking Dead" Season 5 Episodes air this October 2014 on AMC.

Stay tuned for more updates about the upcoming season of the zombie drama show.

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