The Walking Dead: Norman Reedus Talks About Filming The Negan Death Scene


We still don't know who died. Props to AMC for keeping the secret so impressively in an off-season where one question has plagued the fan community of The Walking Dead. That doesn't mean the actors aren't at least talking about it.

Following the Season 7 trailer and new images which have kept all 11 potential candidates completely out of the new looks, Norman Reedus has sounded off about filming the latter half of Negan's introduction.

"It was exhausting, and it was no fun," Reedus says. "You know, we always come back to this show every season, and we’re like, 'Yeah, let’s get back into it!' You know, all the actors are excited to be here and see each other and get back into where they were. But this was one of those where it’s like, 'Oh, f—. Here we go.' It was definitely not a joyous reunion. I mean, it was nice to see everybody again, of course, but it wasn’t the same as in previous years."

The first days on set for The Walking Dead's seventh season were both "Hello" and "Goodbye" for a certain cast member. When Negan brings his bat down to start the season, one character will lose their head in front of their fellow Alexandrian survivors. Reedus' Daryl is a candidate.


The Walking Dead will return for its seventh season October 23 at 9 PM ET on AMC. For complete coverage, insider info, and more all season long, be sure to follow me on Twitter @BrandonDavisBD and check out The Walking Dead on on Facebook.

(via EW)