THE WALKING DEAD'S Norman Reedus Says The Rest Of Season 2 Is All Bloodshed And Massacre
There are only three episodes left of season two of AMC's hit TV series The Walking Dead and show star Norman Reedus talked a little bit about what to expect for the rest of the season, season three, and that he has heard rumors they might bring in Michonne.
This past Sunday's episode of The Walking Dead we got to see Shane and Rick let their tempers get the best of them and it wound up getting them into a scuffle with not only them selves but a lot of Walkers a well. Series star Norman Reeuds talked with The Huffington Post where he said to expect more fireworks through out the season's remaining three episodes. Reedues also described the final three episodes as being full of bloodshed and massacre. He also said that he has met the actor, David Morrissey, who will play The Governor and that he is an awesome actor. Reedus also teased that fan favorite Michonne could be making an appearance in the series by saying he has heard rumors but can not confirm anything. There have also been rumors, and even confirmation, that more major characters are going to be killed off. But fear not Daryl Dixon fans it seems Reedus will be sticking around and says that he has gotten the pitch for season three and it will blow people away.
The Walking Dead continues this Sunday on AMC with the episdoe Judge, Jury, Executioner.
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