Danai Gurira
Actress Danai Gurira arrives at the 42nd American Music Awards in Los Angeles, California November 23, 2014. Reuters/Danny Moloshok

Actress Danai Gurira has spilled some details about “The Walking Dead” Season 6, saying that it’s “going to be very powerful and beautiful at the same time.”

Gurira told Entertainment Weekly, or EW, that Season 6 is “unique” and “unpredictable.” The actress, who plays Michonne on AMC’s “The Walking Dead,” revealed that the series will feature “intense” and “many different components,” coupled with “very rich human moments.” She added, “It’s going to be very powerful and beautiful at the same time.”

Gurira described the upcoming season as a “deeply different roller coaster” compared to the previous seasons. She explained, “The pace constantly changes up in terms of who you’re watching, what you’re watching, and where. But at the same time, it’s so unpredictable and so unique from anything we’ve ever done before. It’s just really, really amazing to read the scripts, and to do them has been really, really exciting.”

Meanwhile, Greg Nicotero, the series' executive producer, previously told EW that “The Walking Dead” Season 6 premiere episode will pick up in the middle of a big action sequence. The new season’s storyline will reportedly take the viewers on a flashback ride to reveal how the series’ characters got into the big fight.

Last week, Us Weekly reported that Gurira was raffling off a special VIP fan package for the loyal followers of “The Walking Dead.” The star reportedly partnered with CrowdRise to raise money for her Almasi Arts Alliance African outreach charity. Gurira and CrowdRise have launched a contest titled “The Walking Dead Fan Experience” wherein they are raffling off an opportunity for a fan and one guest to join Gurira at the Season 6 premiere event to be held at New York City’s Madison Square Garden next month.

Season 6 of “The Walking Dead” premieres on AMC on Oct. 11 in the U.S.

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