The Walking Dead Used The Saw Set In The Same Boat

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If the set of this Sunday's episode of The Walking Dead looked familiar, that's because it was featured in a pretty popular horror film: Saw.

When Carol and Maggie were held hostage by the Saviors in their hideout, the room they were initially locked in was the very same room used for most of first movie in the Saw franchise.

Yep, as spotted by The Walking Dead Twitter account, that's the room in which Adam and Lawrence were locked inside of and forced to sever their own legs in back in 2004. It's a possibility that the entire facility was actually the set of the hallways in the same facility seen in the later installments of the Saw franchise.

One has to wonder if this is executive producer Greg Nicotero trying to be sly and indicate that The Walking Dead exists in the Saw universe (probably not) or just another one of the many Easter Eggs the show likes to incorporate (probably). 

The Walking Dead airs Sundays at 9 PM ET on AMC.

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    • rama
    • 1 Posts in 6 Months

    Super

    • CB133156
    • 2 Posts in 6 Months

    THIS IS FALSE. They even said on the Talking Dead that the set was custom built and took 8 days to shoot. It's NOT the same set as Saw.

    • libra113
    • 393 Posts in 17 Months

    CB133156 said ... (original post)

    THIS IS FALSE. They even said on the Talking Dead that the set was custom built and took 8 days to shoot. It's NOT the same set as Saw.

    Thank you.  I thought they said that I wasn't sure what was going on.

    • CB133156
    • 2 Posts in 6 Months

    Also...the original Saw film was filmed in AUSTRALIA.....yes, you read that right....all the sequels were filmed in CANADA.

  1. Actually, the first Saw was filmed in Los Angeles. Leigh Whannell and James Wan filmed a short in Australia and used it to pitch the full movie, but it was shot in LA.

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