Norman Reedus to riot if Daryl dies in The Walking Dead


During an interview with Variety, Normal Reedus talked about his new show Ride with Norman Reedus, as well as a little bit about The Walking Dead. He wasn’t able to absolutely confirm anything, but did give us some insight on a few things about the Season 6  finale that we somewhat already knew. He even agreed that if Daryl Dixon dies, he will start the riot proposed by the fan tagline of “If Daryl dies, we riot” movement.

“And you filmed it between season 6 and season 7, and the season 6 finale ended on that huge cliffhanger — I’m guessing that must’ve made everyone even crazier when they saw you?”

“You’re exactly right, yeah. But everyone’s excited for 7 to reveal the answers to 6. So I will say it’s well worth the wait. You know what I mean? I know what happens, and we shot it, and it’s well worth the wait. Trust me.”

“Fans have had a slogan for several years: “If Daryl dies, we riot.” How do you feel about that, knowing fans are so protective of your character?”

“I will be passing out matches if that happens — I will be starting the riot. You know what, I’m very appreciative. I put a lot of work into this character for a long time, and I really like my job, and I like all the people I work with an awful lot, and I like all those fans that have my back, and I have their back, and I’m trying to do a good job for them as well. So it’s one big family that I’m proud to be part of.”

It looks like we have to wait until October to see the results of the cliffhanger that nearly broke the Internet. The Walking Dead Season 7 premieres on October 9, 2016 and Ride with Norman Reedus premiered Sunday, June 12 at 10 p.m. on AMC.

Source: Variety

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For as long as he can remember, Robert asked the questions that others wouldn't about love, life, and death which brought about his interest in the human psyche and moral compass, resulting in an infatuation with comics, zombies, and movies leading to a long standing relationship with his imagination.