The Walking Dead Season 5 Filming Spoilers: Fire Truck Covered in Blood and Guts Spotted Plus More

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A fire truck smeared in blood was spotted on "The Walking Dead" Season 5. Earlier, a crashed bus named church bus was seen on the set. Seems like "TWD" Season 5 is going to be action-packed. A bloody fire truck on the road could most likely be Rick and group's new weapon for zombie destruction.

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This article contains filming spoilers for "The Walking Dead" Season 5. Read only if you want to know more.

"Filming will pic back up on Rock House road Monday. In the mean time, there was a fire truck covered in blood and guts at location yesterday," shared The Spoiling Dead Fans with a picture of the fire truck covered in gut and blood.

Later, they shared two more pictures of the truck and stated that apart from the tire marks on the road from the bus crash, there were also bloody tracks on Rock House road.

On June 29, the Web site's Facebook page shared a close front shot of the fire truck. It is bloody red in colour all set to crush more walkers under it.

Meanwhile, showrunner Scott M. Gimple talked to Collider about the upcoming season's structure and being faithful to the comic book's storyline.

Structure of "The Walking Dead" Season 5

"It's not mirroring [the previous season] completely... The challenge of the show is every eight episodes, it's a whole new show. I will say that there may be some slightly familiar structural turns. But for the most  part, it is going to be brand new versions of the comic story."

This is what he said about being faithful to "The Walking Dead" comic books.

"I definitely want to stick to the comic as much as possible, but that's also impossible with Daryl Dixon [who is not in the books] and characters that are alive [on TV, but] dead in the comic. There's a butterfly effect. But that's actually an incredibly fun part, to do the alternate Walking Dead universe, which is what I consider what we're doing. I would say that even the inventions we have on the show [are] pretty much inspired by the comic book"

What do you think about the bloody truck as well as Scott's take on the comic book?

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