Norman Reedus In The Walking Dead Creator Robert Kirkman's Air Trailer


Robert Kirkman, has revealed the first trailer and poster for the sci-fi movie Air, starring Norman Reedus ("The Walking Dead") and two-time Oscar nominee Djimon Hounsou.

The film is produced by Kirkman, David Alpert, Brian Kavanaugh-Jones, and Chris Ferguson, with a script from Christian Cantamessa and Chris Pasetto. Cantamessa is making his directing debut. 

In Air, when Earth's atmosphere is all but destroyed, humanity's last hope is the personnel cryogenically frozen in an underground bunker. Reedus and Hounsou play the caretakers of the facility whose sanity is tested as they struggle to survive in the last bit of habitable space on Earth.


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The Walking Dead: Season 5 Backstage with the Cast at Comic-Con (Video)


A Conversation with the cast of The Walking Dead (Video)

San Diego Comic Con 2014: Walking Dead panel with cast and crew

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Comic-Con: See 'Walking Dead's' Norman Reedus and Gale Ann Hurd as the Men in Black (Video)

The show's star and producer pose as Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith's iconic characters for THR's graphic novel-inspired "Titans of Comic-Con."



Producer Hurd, 58, has been a genre mainstay for decades thanks to Terminator, Aliens and, now, AMC's The Walking Dead. Reedus, 45, is a crucial member of Dead's non-zombie ensemble.

Do you get to hit the convention floor? Have you ever gone in disguise?

Reedus: The last time I went, Steven [Yeun, who plays Glenn on Dead] went as Spider-Man and I went as the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man. I think people caught on to us.
What are fans like when they meet you?

Hurd: Incredibly respectful because no one's going to have a heart attack because they met me. I'm always impressed that they know I've done work besides The Walking Dead. (Laughs.) When someone says, "I loved Terminator" or "I loved Aliens," that really touches me.

As a fan, is there anyone you geek out over?

Reedus: Oh, man. Last Comic-Con, I took a picture with the dude from Yo Gabba Gabba! and Anthony Bourdain. The three of us. That was kind of my favorite picture.

What's the thing that needs to happen for it to feel like Comic-Con?

Reedus: You know what feels the best? When we have our cast onstage with our producers and the showrunner, and we're looking out at people and they're applauding and asking great questions. It feels like the band's back together.

Comic-Con: 'Walking Dead' Debuts Season 5 Trailer, Sets October Return

The zombie drama will pick up immediately with the cliffhanger from the season four finale, a first for the series.



Continuing its annual Comic-Con tradition, AMC's The Walking Dead used its massive Hall H presence to debut the first footage of its upcoming season and announce a return date during is panel Friday.

Season five of the zombie drama based on RobertKirkman's best-selling comics will return on Sunday, Oct. 12 at 9 p.m., followed by its Chris Hardwick-hostedcompanion Talking Dead.

Showrunner Scott M. Gimple will be back for his second season at the top of AMC's ratings juggernaut, which will see The Wire alum Seth Gilliam join the cast alongside newly promoted series regulars Andrew J. West (Gareth), Alanna Masterson (Tara) and Christian Serratos(Rosita).

The series, which again has a big presence at Comic-Con including a nearby hotel decorated as Terminus — the "sanctuary" where Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and his group were reunited and held hostage in a rail car in the season four finale. Season five picks up immediately after Gareth unknowingly reunited Rick with nearly everyone in his group, save for Carol (Melissa McBride) and Tyreese (Chad L. Coleman).

The panel opened with a parody clip featuring Rick and Glenn (Steven Yeun) beareded and playing cards, still trapped in the Terminus trailer, chowing on the remains of one of the group's members alongside with a bald Daryl (Norman Reedus) and aged Maggie (Lauren Cohan).

"Once they lost the prison and Hershel, all bets were off. They did find out that you can't come back from the things you've done," Gimple said, noting that the group is now much more formidable having done unspeakable things. "This season is going to define these characters." Gimple stopped short of confirming if the people of Terminus are cannibals but said the upcoming season will feature thebackstory of how that community was crated.

Kirkman said this season is going to be "pretty close" to the comics, with Terminus on the surface seeming like a "major departure" before the AMC show gets back on track with the events in the Image/Skybound title.

Exec producer Gale Anne Hurd also teased that season five would feature multiple locations beyond Terminus, including some "possibly" inspired by the comic book that may have a more suburban feel (THR won't spoil the comics here though). "You'll see us take some pretty big leaps with the characters and set pieces — bigger than ever," she said.

EP Dave Alpert also confirmed that Gilliam would indeed be playing Father Gabriel, a key character from the comic series, while EP and VFX mastermind Greg Nicotero also previewed the evolution of the walkers on the series, with slack jaws, and sagging skin. "There's a lot of really cool landscape we're going to explore," he said.

In the trailer, the so-called "Termites" appear to also be on a path to go to Washington in a bid to cure the outbreak, with Gareth offering them an ultimatum in order to survive at the camp, with Bob's life seemingly hanging in the balance.