What's an apocalypse without Norman Reedus?
In his new movie "Air," Reedus finds himself in another world facing a crisis, only this time he's dropping the zombies to deal with the new problem. You guessed it: air.
In the trailer, which premiered at Comic-Con, we learn Reedus and Djimon Hounsou ("Guardians of the Galaxy") are two dudes trying to maintain the last remnants of human society with the help of some cryogenic sleep. They have a limited amount of air because the atmosphere is unbreathable, and things start to get out of hand.
"Air" reunites Reedus with "Walking Dead" creator Robert Kirkman for the first movie under Kirkman's Skybound Entertainment, according to Entertainment Weekly.
Dealing with another civilization-ending crisis sounds pretty rough, but don't feel too bad for Reedus. He recently took a photo with some "Walking Dead" castmates, and if they can deal with all those zombies and still be happy, the end of the world is probably just another day at the office for Daryl Dixon.
"Air" will reportedly be released Friday, August 14.
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