Nov. 06, 2012 | 9:19 a.m.
This post has been corrected. See below for details. Danai Gurira cast a glance around the dining room of an upscale Century City eatery, and with a broad grin, leaned in to make a confession. “I feel like I’m in ‘Entourage,’” she said. If Gurira were starring in the inside-Hollywood hipster saga that ran for years on HBO, she would have her choice of intriguing roles. She could portray either the acclaimed playwright with an Obie, a young talent whose work — inspired in part by her childhood in Zimbabwe — centers largely on the experience of African women. PHOTOS: On the set of ‘The Walking Dead’ Or she could play the brightest new star of cable television’s highest-rated scripted drama. Gurira is on the cusp of a star-making turn as the wary and wise Michonne on AMC’s “The Walking Dead,” […]