Well, he's not going to let his lawyer do all the talking!
Tyga responded on Instagram on Tuesday, and he's gone... positive? Ch-ch-check out the pic (below):
Do tell, Frank!
During a recent interview, Frank Darabont opened up about leaving AMC's The Walking Dead. He also spoke about his upcoming TNT adaptation of the
video game book L.A. Noir!
"It was, for the sake of my cast and my crew, a tremendously regretful thing to face, to have to leave. But I was really given no choice. I don't understand the thinking behind, 'Oh, this is the most successful show in the history of basic cable. Let's gut the budgets now.' I never did understand that and I think they got tired of hearing me complain about it."
"It's a little more complicated than that, but that's as far as I want to go with it because otherwise it's just provoking more controversy and that's not really of interest to me. I just want to keep my head down and do my job and be allowed to do my job, that's key, and continue to, hopefully, enjoy it and do good work."
And here's Frank on his adaptation of L.A. Noir:
"…The very first character I came up with, an invention of mine, is a character named Joe Teague, who was on the police force. And he's caught in that moral gray zone between the William Parkers of the world and the Mickey Cohens of this world. And what a great, fun gray zone to be in. Caught, as he puts it, between the white hats and the black hats."
"The pilot takes place in 1947, this is that massive post-war boom where the soldiers came back and they settled here because they weren't going to go back to the farm or Detroit. A little bit of Joe Teague is based on a gentleman that died back in 1992 but he was the father of a best friend of mine. He fought in the Pacific and was originally dirt poor from the slums of Detroit and he went off to war and when he came back, he settled in Los Angeles like so many others did."
"That's kind of an interesting world because the whole city is being reinvented. The Valley is being uprooted and turned into housing. There was so much that was happening at the time."
Thanks for the updates, Frank! The new show sounds exciting and we appreciate U opening up about UR departure from Walking Dead!