AMC announced today that it has greenlit the non-fiction series Ride with Norman Reedus (working title), which will debut in 2016. Six one-hour episodes will follow actor and biker-enthusiast Norman Reedus as he takes viewers on a ride on the open road to explore local motorcycle culture and its history and celebrate some of the best and brightest collectors, mechanics and motorcycle craftsmen around the country. The series is produced by Left/Right Productions.
In addition, AMC recently announced a greenlight of the documentary series The American West from executive producers Robert Redford and Laura Michalchyshyn with Sundance Productions and Stephen David Entertainment. Fan favorites Talking Dead and Comic Book Men also continue their successful runs. Overseeing Ride with Norman Reedus from AMC are Eliot Goldberg, senior vice president of non-fiction and alternative programming, and Marco Bresaz, vice president of non-fiction and alternative programming.Read More
Before Norman Reedus made his appearance, Pete Davidson revealed that he believes the zombie apocalypse is really coming, and that he fears for his life because he may be confused for a zombie, since he smokes too much weed. He goes on to describe that, when he's stoned, he demonstrates all of the typical signs of zombie behavior. Of course, his point is "proven" when an arrow is shot into his chest, before Norman Reedus appears on stage.
This was Norman Reedus' first appearance on Saturday Night Live, and given how immensely popular The Walking Dead has become, perhaps this may lead the way to the actor actually hosting the show himself. Do you think Norman Reedus would be a great Saturday Night Live host? Let us know what you think after watching the video below.Read More
During his appearance on Talking Dead, Robert Kirkman also teased that they will be bringing in a "prominent" gay character from his comic books into the second half of Season 5. TV Line speculates that it may be Aaron, an Alexandria Safe-Zone resident that becomes a strong ally to Rick (Andrew Lincoln). The character's identity has not been confirmed yet, and it isn't clear when exactly he will show up. The show returns for the second half of Season 5 on Sunday, February 8 on AMC.Read More
Would killing Daryl Dixon off be the biggest mistake The Walking Dead ever made? Fans have threatened a riot, but we don't put it past AMC to throw such a shocking turn of events into its upcoming Season 5 run. After all, it certainly would make for the most memorable death yet. And no one can escape the grim reaper on this hugely popular horror series.
Entertainment Weekly has dropped a new image from the The Walking Dead Season 5, which gives us a look at Norman Reedus gagged and bound as he awaits his Terminus fate. Will he die? Maybe...Read More
The Walking Dead star Norman Reedus has joined the cast of the upcoming crime thriller Triple Nine from Open Road Films and director John Hillcoat (Lawless, The Road).
No details were given regarding the actor's character, but he joins a cast that includes Cate Blanchett, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Christoph Waltz, Michael B. Jordan, Kate Winslet, Aaron Paul, Teresa Palmer, Gal Gadot, Michael Peña and Woody Harrelson.Read More
Norman Reedus is teaming up with The Walking Dead executive producer and original comic book creator Robert Kirkman, as well as Djimon Hounsou, for the sci-fi thriller Air, which Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions is in final talks to acquire.
The plot is set in the aftermath of a nuclear disaster, centering on an underground cryogenic facility that is one of the only habitable places left on Earth. The story centers on two custodial workers (Norman Reedus and Djimon Hounsou), who take care of the personnel in deep cryogenic sleep, while maintaining the fragile environment and grappling with their own sanity.Read More
There hasn't been much news on The Crow remake since Luke Evans signed on to play Eric Draven back in May. Today, we have word that The Walking Dead star Norman Reedus is the top choice for a character named James.
No details were given about the role, and, since there isn't a character named James in both the original James O'Barr comic book and the original 1994 adaptation The Crow, it seems likely that this is a brand new role crafted specifically for the reboot.Read More
In this shop, these people may be pawning far more than they bargained for: Brendan Fraser, Elijah Wood, Vincent D'Onofrio, Academy Award nominee Matt Dillon, Norman Reedus, Thomas Jane, Lukas Haas and Paul Walker star in 3 twisted tales all connected by items from a Southern small-town pawn shop. A man searching for his kidnapped wife, a couple of white-supremacist meth heads, and a sad-sack Elvis impersonator, plus more desperate characters come to life in the action-packed and hilarious story written by Adam Minarovich and from the director of Running Scared, Wayne Kramer. Check out the trailer and two posters for Pawn Shop Chronicles before this Kentucky fried action comedy hits theaters and VOD this July.
Pawn Shop Chronicles was released in 2013.Read More