This TWD Actor Found A Way To Share A Photo Despite AMC Barred Sharing

By Brock Swinson | Monday Monday Staff -    2017-05-06

Norman Reedus Known For Leaks

The Walking Dead | Photo Credit Norman Reedus

In the past, Norman Reedus who plays Daryl Dixon has occasionally gotten into trouble with the network for sharing photos before an episode airs. As a photographer, Reedus always seems to have a camera or smartphone with him.

About a week ago, the cast and crew reunited in Georgia to begin filming Season 8 of The Walking Dead. With the big battle in Season 7’s finale, it looks like we’ll finally start to see every character in nearly every episode.

The good guys are ready for war.

Khary Payton Finds Way To Share

Khary Payton | Photo Credit Khary Payton

Khary Payton who plays King Ezekiel posted on Twitter last Wednesday and it looks like he has figured out a way to show what’s going on without actually giving anything away. More than likely, the cast is banned from showing wardrobe scenes.

Now we all know what King Ezekiel looks like, so this Steven Spielberg-like character introduction shows us that Payton is in uniform, but it doesn’t show any battle scars or leaks.

“We start once more for the fallen…” wrote the actor.

Once More For The Fallen

The Walking Dead | Photo Credit AMC

Before, when Reedus posted an image of himself with Andrew Lincoln, Rick Grimes had blood on his face, so this slightly gave away an unknown fight. Payton’s post only implies to Season 7, when Richard and Benjamin died.

There were also other nameless victims who died in Alexandria and perhaps even some from the Kingdom who may have “fallen.” Unfortunately, fans won’t get too many more details until the show hits the air in October.

The cast received their scripts back in April and both Grimes men — Chandlers Riggs and Andrew Lincoln — gave a big thumbs up online. It’s likely the rest of the cast is pumped for the battle to begin also.

Are you ready to see Rick Grimes take down Negan?

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