[News Bites] New ‘Walking Dead’ Trailer, Webseries Premiere Date, Behind-the-Scenes of ‘Resident Evil’ and More!

Speaking with Much Music at the recent Polaris Music Prize gala, frontman Win Butler explained, “We’ve been working on a horror movie in our summer free time, but I don’t think it will see theatrical release.” Click the link above for the video interview.

The NY Times writes that the creators of the “American Psycho” musical, which is chiefly based on the 1991 satiric thriller by Bret Easton Ellis, are having a workshop this week, with plans to hold a private presentation for theater producers and artists on Friday, according to two theater executives familiar with the workshop and planning to attend the presentation. At least the project is still in development!

Milla Jovovich continues to Tweet awesome stuff from behind-the-scenes of Resident Evil: Retribution, which is to be helmed by Paul. W.S. Anderson for release September 14, 2012. The video features Jovovich with the cast, director and producers as they read through the entire script, penned by Anderson. Enjoy part one and part two.

Bloody Disgusting was the first to report that KNB’s Greg Nicotero was working on a “Walking Dead” webseries to launch alongside the season premiere of AMC’s popular zombie show. Now, the cabler has announced that all six episodes debut on Monday, October 3 at 2pm ET on amctv.com. The webisodes will give fans the opportunity to explore the back story of Hannah (Lilli Birdsell), better known as “Bicycle Girl,” the infamous zombie from Season 1, who was shot by Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) in the pilot episode and who is one of the most celebrated “walkers” from last season. Fans will learn about Hannah’s life before the apocalypse, her struggle to survive and protect her family as the world begins to fall apart, and her ultimate demise into zombie-hood.

In further “Walking Dead” news, inside you’ll find a new trailer for the second season, which premieres with a 90-minute episode on October 16 at 9pm ET/PT, with six one-hour episodes in the weeks following.