” I have actually gone through automobile windows, however that a person sounded my bell.”
Though Norman Reedus is no complete stranger to on-set injuries, this one left him terrified for his life.
Throughout an interview with Home Entertainment Weekly” The Strolling Dead” star opened about his newest on-set injury while shooting the series’ ending back in March.
Reedus had actually gotten a concussion so major shooting was pressed back a couple of days and production utilized a stand-in for Reedus’ character Daryl for scenes he would not appear on cam.
At the time, the 53-year-old’s promotion group launched a declaration that let fans understand that he would make a complete healing.
” Norman stated a concussion on set,” the declaration checked out. “He is recuperating well and will go back to work quickly. Thank you to everybody for their issue.”
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” Oh man, that was dreadful,” Reedus exposed that the mishap was much even worse than he had initially let on to the general public. “That entire experience for me was personally frightening. I believed I was going to pass away.”
” It was extremely major. It was frightening. I have actually been struck in the face and the head a million times. I have actually gone through automobile windows, however that a person sounded my bell.”
Norman was executed extreme tests after his concussion and in-depth how they affected his stability.
” I had a neurologist. I had all sorts of s– t,” he shared. “I stopped working the light test. I had a security personnel in the driveway, simply in case. I was keeping the walls strolling through the spaces. It was nuts.”
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Although he was having problem with his injury, the star admitted that he began to stress over individuals who would be affected by his lack.
” You’re shooting over a year, and now we’re needing to hold off a few of the shooting due to the fact that I’m depending on bed,” he described. “So the regret of me not being at work and individuals resemble, ‘Are we going to go a week over? Are we going 2 weeks over?’ That was troubling me.”
Fortunately, Reedus had the ability to make a fast healing and joined his castmates to movie the series’ ending.
Sequel of the program’s last season will premiere October 2 on AMC.
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