Check out the latest round in the stars’ practical joke wars
Tag, Norman Reedus. You’re it! That’s because The Walking Dead star was on the receiving end of the latest round of pranks between him and costar/bromance buddy Andrew Lincoln. And once again, the weapon of choice was glitter.
Norman Reedus is a man of many talents. He’s a noted zombie slayer, an accomplished photographer, and, as we’ll see on his new AMC show Ride, a badass, motherfuckin’ motorcycle man. And so, we thought he just might be the best and brightest addition to our Esquire Intern roster. Here’s what happened.
Some of the biggest stars showed up to America’s Red Nose Day on Thursday (May 26) but the cast of The Walking Dead spoofing the Star Wars Holiday Special has got to be the best of the bunch.
The comedy sketch opens with Andrew Lincoln (Rick) and Norman Reedus (Daryl) hanging out during some downtime on the set of the hit zombie drama when their “assistant” (aka Josh McDermitt, who plays Eugene on the show) delivers their smoothies.
At the beginning of his career, Tricky’s moody, murky trip-hop hinted at a near future where humans would become kinkily intertwined with technology and increasingly alienated from each other. The past 20 years have more or less lived up to his predictions, while at the same time his lushly minimal electro-organic compositions have become crucial building blocks for the sound of contemporary hip-hop, R&B, and pop.
Norman Reedus may play a tough guy with a soft side on “The Walking Dead,” but during his appearance on “The Tonight Show” Wednesday, he showed off the lothario within.
It all started when host Jimmy Fallon explained the new BroApp, a tool that “sends thoughtful, pre-written texts” to guys’ girlfriends. And — always the helper — Fallon had the actor behind crossbow-toting, zombie-killing redneck Daryl Dixon read a few of the messages to demonstrate how the texts might sound.