At a press conference in Singapore, Andrew Lincoln and Norman Reedus shared some tidbits about the season’s upcoming return. Here is an excerpt from Yahoo’s coverage:
The show will go on – with or without him.
So says British actor Andrew Lincoln, who plays leading protagonist Sheriff Rick Grimes in the massively popular TV series The Walking Dead.
The 40-year-old believes his character’s death is bound to happen at some point – and that both he and the show would be okay with it.
“I’ve always maintained that if and when I die, which is an inevitability in the show… as long as it pushes the story on, I’ll go with it,” said the likeable British star at a media conference in Singapore on Monday.
Lincoln and fellow star Norman Reedus, who plays Daryl Dixon, were in town to promote the show – currently on a break midway through its fourth season – which has become a global phenomenon.
Part of the show’s secret sauce is its knack for killing off characters at crucial junctures – but Lincoln is hoping for Grimes to stick around a fair bit longer, and hinted that the second half of the season will provide answers as to why.
For more information on what happened in Singapore, check out the full article here!