Walking Dead’s Norman Reedus Walk of Fame dedication details

Norman Reedus (Photo by Vivien Killilea/Getty Images for IMDb)
Norman Reedus (Photo by Vivien Killilea/Getty Images for IMDb) /

Fans of The Walking Dead will soon see Norman Reedus as Daryl Dixon in the last eight episodes on AMC for his last appearances on the main series. On November 20, the series finale episode will air, which will then see Daryl off on an adventure in France in a series of his own. A head of TWD’s final episodes, Reedus will receive the 2,734th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. 

The dedication ceremony will take place at 6600 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood, CA 90028, in front of Hollywood Toys & Costumes, on September 27 at 11 a.m. PT/2:30 p.m. ET. Lupita Sanchez Cornejo, Chair of the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, will serve as EMCEE, with directors Guillermo del Toro and Greg Nicotero serving as guest speakers. Fans who can’t attend will be able to live stream the event at walkoffame.com 

Reedus’ star will be placed near Night of the Living Dead creator George A. Romero’s. Our heartfelt congratulations to Norman Reedus on this honor.

The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce has hosted the ceremonies since 1960, creating the iconic Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Norman Reedus – Daryl spinoff

Daryl Dixon will be featured in one of several spinoff series in TWDU. Daryl will somehow make his way to France for his newest adventure. This series will tie in with the after-credits scene from the limited spinoff The Walking Dead: World Beyond. This scene featured Dr. Jenner (Noah Emmerich) from season 1 at the CDC and also showed a variant walker who appeared to display speed and strength, unlike walkers seen before.

Entertainment Weekly reports that according to AMC President Dan McDermott:

"“follow Daryl as he wakes up and finds himself somewhere on the European continent and tries to piece together what happened. How did he get here? How’s he going to get home?”"

Reedus stated in the same interview that this new series will be unlike anything fans have seen before in TWDU.

"“We knew we wanted to make a show that went in the opposite direction, just because we didn’t want to do the same thing. So that’s what we’re doing. And it’s going to be way different."

Hopefully, this holds true, as TWDU could use a bit of a shake-up. What would be the point if all of the spinoffs are created exactly as the original series? It’s time for a new look at the apocalypse. Nothing will ever replace the main series, but there can be excellent series to accompany it.

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