The Walking Dead Season 3: Does Norman Reedus Worry Daryl Dixon Will Die?
AMC just posted a great little Q&A with The Walking Dead's Norman Reedus, aka Daryl mo-fo Dixon.
When he's not busy threatening to beat the crap out of Chandler Riggs (more on that in a minute), he answers questions like this: "Given all the deaths on the show, are you ever worried that your character could be the next one to go?"
Norman: "I think we all have that fear. Nobody's safe in this world — on our show, as well as our group. Everyone is a moving target. I don't think anyone thinks they're going to be on for a certain amount of episodes. They think they could go at any time, and the producers have made that clear. We are all afraid."
The Powers That Be should be afraid, since Daryl's fans have literally threatened to riot if Daryl dies.
OK, here's the Chandler Riggs (Carl) part:
Chandler Riggs told me that he's able to survive without many other kids on set because you're there to be a kid with. How accurate is that statement?
Norman: "I'm going to beat the crap out of that kid. Chandler is more adult than Steven [Yeun, who plays Glenn] and I put together. He hangs out all the time with us. He's really good at gadgets and gizmos. I get a lot of goofy fan mail with toys, nerd games and stuff, and I usually just give that stuff to Chandler. He's one of the best actors on our show, hands down, and he's killing it this season."
In the interview, Norman also talks about flinching when Carol kissed Daryl on Season 2. There's a reason for that. Read the whole thing here. It's good.