FREEDOM! Norman Reedus Claims Walking Dead Finale Channels Braveheart

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Andrew Lincoln Loves Finale Script

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Andrew Lincoln has already tossed in his two cents about how exciting the final episode of Season 7 will be for fans, but now Norman Reedus is adding flame to the fire. The episode will air on April 2, 2017.

Lincoln said he “did a little jig” when he read the script. When asked about this celebratory dance, Reedus said, “I think he likes to do little jigs here and there. But I get it. I did the same thing when I read that one.”

Here’s why Daryl and Rick have on their dancing shoes.

Norman Reedus On Finale Screenplay

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The communities seem to be coming together to fight Negan. Reedus said, “I was like, yes, let’s get back to it! It’s nice to finally let a window open in this room and let some of this air out of here, and it’s nice to get some freedom and some dirt underneath your feet and start running towards killing this guy.”

Showrunner Scott M. Gimple has already promised there won’t be any cliffhangers like last season. Reedus also added, “It’s completely different than all the other ones. It has similar elements, but it’s completely different, and, you know, there might be a little William Wallace in it.”

Hopefully, Reedus is referring to the Scottish Independence and not the ending of the film. So that Rick…

Grimes Will Unite The Troops In Warrior Style

William Wallace | Photo Credit Braveheart

Perhaps we’ll see Rick gather and inspire the troops like William Wallace in that infamous scene from Mel Gibson’s Braveheart. In order to unite the Heapsters, Hilltop, Alexandria, and the Kingdom, they’ll need a killer speech in the same way Wallace united the clans. 

Rick Grimes has always been one to inspire, though. Based on his newfound confidence and love life in recent episodes, audiences can expect something epic to come out of Rick and Daryl Dixon for that matter.

Are you ready to see the Survivors take down the Saviors?

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