Walking Dead’s Norman Reedus breaks down Daryl and Carol’s goodbye scene
Norman Reedus, The walking DeadDaryl’s Daryl Dixon talks about filming Daryl and Carol’s final scene. Both Daryl and Carol (Melissa McBride) are the show’s longest-running characters, having appeared since Season 1. Their friendship has often been cited by fans as one of the show’s healthiest and strongest storylines. The walking Dead, especially for its development throughout the seasons. Since last weekend, The walking Dead has officially ended with its series finale, although the franchise will continue with a slew of spin-offs. Reedus will direct one of his own, Daryl Dixonbut McBride is taking a break from playing Carol and won’t be appearing.
Reedus breaks down Carol and Daryl’s goodbye scene Entertainment Weekly, calling it a very emotional experience for both him and McBride. Underline like theirs Walking Dead The characters’ bond mirrored their own real-life friendship, which only made the day more intense. Check out the full quote below:
Yes, it was a very emotional day. The subtext was heavier than the text. It was wild. There are certain parts of real life that sometimes blend into the stories, and it was a very intense day. It felt like a funeral. It was very quiet on set. It was a very hard, sad and very heavy day… There was a lot of dialogue that was kind of a joke and we took the joke out because it was such a real day, and to say joke dialogue, it was kind of a joke . it didn’t make sense I don’t know where it came from or how this idea germinated. I actually think Melissa started rolling the ball and it rolled in the wrong direction when we got to shooting it. It had become such a real situation that you just had to play it out for real.
What’s next for Daryl in The Walking Dead Universe
Since its release, The walking Dead has been the show of choice when it comes to the zombie horror genre. Based on its comedic source material, the television series has reached incredible heights in terms of popularity, although recent years have seen its viewership decline. However, its cultural impact remains remarkable. The walking Dead has notably boosted the careers of several members of its cast, including Andrew Lincoln, Danai Gurira, and Steven Yeun, among many others.
Reedus’ spin-off show was revealed last month to be titled after his character, Daryl Dixon, and having started filming in France. Set in Paris, Daryl will be joined by two main characters: Isabelle (Clémence Poésy), a member of a progressive religious group, and Quinn (Adam Nagaitis), a black market trader and owner of an underground nightclub. Daryl Dixon will be issued next year. The show was originally going to star Reedus and McBride as the two leads, but the latter dropped out before production began. While a future Carol appearance has not been ruled out, it is not confirmed that McBride will reprise her role. Walking Dead paper in Daryl Dixon below the line
For now, though, Daryl’s Walking Dead the future is fixed. It’s not entirely clear what will bring him to France for the spin-off, but Reedus has hinted that Daryl is being brought there against his will. How long the Daryl Dixon Whether the spin-off will run is still unclear, but depending on the plot, it could pave the way for Reedus’ character to team up with another. Walking Dead show Rick Grimes (Lincoln) and Michonne (Gurira) will lead a spin-off of their own, and given Daryl’s bond with Rick, the two could reunite at some point. With its continuously expanding franchise, The walking Dead he has become much bigger and bigger than himself. That means there’s a lot ahead for Daryl, and hopefully one day there’s more for Carol as well.
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Source: Entertainment Weekly