Published On: Thu, Jun 16th, 2016

Norman Reedus says ‘Walking Dead’ season 7 will follow the ‘shift of power’

AMC’s The Walking Dead has grown and grown, elevating Norman Reedus to all-star status and now the seventh season is set to arrive. Reedus expands his role and fandom, with another show: Ride With Norman Reedus.

Offering a look at what Reedus does during his TWD downtime, the 6-episode Ride starts off in a different city each week and takes off up the Pacific Coast Highway as well as Death Valley, the Appalchias, Florida and more over its run.

Deadline interviewed the star about the show. working with Easy Rider co-star Peter Fonda, director Robert Rodriguez and actor Balthazar Getty.

“…it was a blast. Joel Stillerman came to me with the idea of the show. I said, ‘yes, yes, yes’ because I didn’t want him to change his mind and do it with someone else. I was super exited because, you know, I probably would have spent some of my vacation doing some of this stuff already.”

The show let’s Reedus open up personally: “I meet people all the time and I talk with them and stuff but thank you for saying that. I was just trying to be open to whatever was going to be thrown my way. You know, I’m taking it as it goes. I’m trying to be honest and open and I wanted them to be honest and open. So I guess I just was myself – to be honest.”

On season 7 of Dead: “It’s a brand new world right now, man. We have big bad guy and that opens up our world quite a bit and changes everything. I mean, you see a shift of power completely on our show. And you see a lot of people who’ve gone through a whole lot, having to bite their tongue for a minute and deal with this new world and this new villain. If you know the comic books, it opens up even larger than that.”

Check out the full interview HERE

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