In addition to their peeks at Avengers: Age of Ultron released today, Entertainment Weekly's new Comic Con special has the first look at The Walking Dead star Norman Reedus in Air from The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman.
The image above, our first look at the film, also features Djimon Hounsou of Guardians of the Galaxy.
"It’s a psychological thriller. It’s a story of two people who are pretty much the last people on the planet," Reedus explained. "They run a facility that has all the best of the best that’s being held in sleep tanks that will be re-awakened to populate the earth, and one of them thinks of their job as the scientist and the other thinks more of their job as a janitor. And the position is kind of in between both of those. But one of them discovers that the other has a secret, he’s holding onto the secret and that secret is that he’s trying to keep a certain person alive. And through the character I play, his past is such a dark one, and the guilt of what he’s done weighs so heavy on him that he sort of substitutes his real family for this other person in his mind, and he sort of looks at him as a brother in this way that’s a little too close for comfort. And what happens is he ends up forcing the action to take place against the other person’s will. So it becomes this thriller, this mindf— of a movie of convincing this other guy to do something he doesn’t want to do."
Air, the first feature film from The Walking Dead publisher Skybound Entertainment, will be directed Christian Cantamessa and released in the spring of 2015.