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Daniel Murdock 2017-10-17
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Obsessed with "The Walking Dead's" Norman Reedus?

To kick off the highly anticipated eighth season of "The Walking Dead", CNET Magazine has partnered with TV Guide to bring you signed swag and exclusive prizes from AMC's "The Walking Dead!"

Norman Reedus himself signed CNET Magazines and posters to give away to only the most dedicated fans.

Honestly, what could be better?

These prizes could be yours:

One grand prize winner will take home a CNET Magazine Cover Poster signed by Norman Reedus, a Walking Dead Clock, a Norman Reedus Chopper Funko Toy, a set of "Walking Dead" exclusive Comic-Con collector's cards, a "Walking Dead" T-shirt (Men's large), and a copy of the Fall 2017 CNET Magazine issue, featuring Norman Reedus.

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Stephen Martinez 2020-09-09
Get ready for a spinoff featuring Norman Reedus and Melissa McBride.
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Sam Gibson 2016-06-14
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Furthermore, we DEFINITELY didn t think we d be catching a glimpse of his new IP anytime soon.

Luckily for us, Kojima Productions has been very busy on Death Stranding, its new title starring The Walking Dead s Norman Reedus.

The reveal trailer for Death Stranding opens on a beach filled with deceased crabs as the camera slowly pans upon our protagonist, Norman Reedus.

Passed out on the ground, completely naked, he soon stands up holding what appears to a newborn baby.

Yep, it s pretty weird.

Despite being overly cryptic, the unusual mixture of disturbing visuals and haunting music leave a powerful impression, and we expect nothing less from Hideo Kojima.

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William Jones 2019-03-20
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It's been nearly three years since Death Stranding was announced at E3 2016 and we still know very little about the mysterious upcoming title from Kojima Productions.

However, a panel at this year's Tribeca Film Festival may change that.

The Tribeca Film Festival is set to host 'Tribeca Games Presents: Hideo Kojima with Norman Reedus' next month, a panel which will - according to the event's description - see director Kojima and Death Stranding star Norman Reedus discussing the "boundary-pushing new game" (via GamesRadar).

In addition the panel will be hosted by Geoff Keighley, founder of The Game Awards.

So you know there's going to be some juicy details emerging.

What are we hoping for?

collect
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Cedric Sams 2016-06-13
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WIRED

Death Stranding is the new game from Hideo Kojima, creator of Metal Gear Solid, from his new independent production company Kojima Productions, in collaboration with Sony.

And he s bringing a pal along: Norman Reedus, The Walking Dead s Daryl, who was collaborating with Kojima on the cancelled Silent Hills before his ouster from Konami.

In the trailer shown at E3, Reedus character was extremely scarred and very naked.

It s a trippy, uncomfortable, beautifully insane trailer, in the grand Kojima style.

Mark Cerny, the architect of PlayStation 4, is also working on the game.

And here you were expecting him to do Knack 2.

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0
Tom Snipes 2017-12-08
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When Hideo Kojima announced Death Stranding at E3 2016 as his first post-Konami project, the images of a naked Norman Reedus cradling a tiny baby left us with more questions than answers.

A new trailer for the game at The Game Awards Thursday night showed us a lot more of the world Kojima is planning, but probably increased the number of questions we have about what's going on.

The extremely dark (in both tone and color palette) eight-minute trailer begins and ends with a bit of poetic cosmology: "Once there was an explosion, a bang that gave birth to time and space.

Once there was an explosion, a bang that sent a planet spinning in that space.

Once there was an explosion, a bang that gave rise to life as we know it... And then came the next explosion.

That heady introduction matches quite loosely with the straight up sci-fi horror movie scenes on display in the trailer, with characters in what looks like protective radiation suits being menaced by an invisible assailant that leaves human-like handprints in the muck around them.

collect
0
Ronald Gibson 2016-06-17
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Norman Reedus stars in Hideo Kojima's utterly bizarre trailer for Death Stranding

Earlier this week, Hideo Kojima's new studio Kojima Productions revealed the first glimpse of his upcoming debut game, Death Stranding, with a bizarre yet intriguing trailer during Sony's E3 2016 press conference.

Starring The Walking Dead's Norman Reedus, the mysterious trailer has left gamers more confused and curious than ever.

The first tweet in the series reads: "Our game is still far from being released but the 'game' has already begun.

According to the legendary developer behind the Metal Gear Solid series, the teaser showcased at Sony's press conference was completed in 2.5 months with help from PS4 architect Mark Cerny and Hollywood veteran Kyle Cooper who worked on movies such as Fast & Furious, Seven, Braveheart and Iron Man.

Some of his tweets, however, do highlight a few key details that Kojima hopes to showcase in the game, including exploring different meanings of death and touching on some of the theories about the human race's first inventions - sticks and ropes.

Death Stranding will be launched as a console exclusive for PS4 and will be released on PC as well.

collect
0
Ralph Philbrick 2016-06-09

Norman Reedus is back to hype up The Walking Dead s next season.

Star Wars: Episode VIII

Rian Johnson has taken to Tumblr to release another set photo, announcing that the film is entering the final stages of production.

You come in as, just the whole idea of coming in as Thanos, period — sitting down and saying, What do you want me to do?

Agents of SHIELD

Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, Clark Gregg teases what the next season of the show will be like now that Coulson has been demoted from SHIELD director to agent again, and what effects Civil War will have had on SHIELD as an organization:

Since it s clear that Coulson is Team Cap, Jed Whedon and Maurissa Tancharoen have fiendishly put Coulson on the spot, because Hive Brett Dalton turned out to be the living embodiment of all the reasons why you would be afraid of Inhumans.

The Walking Dead

Persistent hype man Norman Reedus is back again, this time saying that the seventh season of the show will answer all of its mysteries:

It s well worth the wait, that cliffhanger, I will say that.

IGN

Game of Thrones

A gallery of images from the next episode, No One, has been released—head to the link to see more.

collect
0
Emma Martin 2016-12-02

Strap yourselves in - the latest trailer for Death Stranding is even more twisted than the first.

And no, we still don't have any idea what the game is about.

As Kojima's first 'independent' title since his parting with Konami, Death Stranding was always likely to be an odd one.

Largely freed from the shackles of corporate oversight, but backed by publisher Sony, the auteur developer was free to let his wild imagination run free.

That showed with the debut trailer revealed at E3, with a naked Norman Reedus waking up on an oily beach and cradling what appeared to be a dead baby as human silhouettes hovered in the distant sky.

The new trailer doesn't give us much more indication of what's going on, either.

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Jennifer True 2019-05-29
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Sony revealed on a new trailer streamed on Twitch that Death Stranding is coming to PlayStation 4 on November 8.

You can watch the new trailer above.

This is the first game from Hideo Kojima since he left Konami in 2015.

At Konami, Kojima was the mastermind behind the hit Metal Gear series, games that combined stealth-based action with Hollywood-style stories.

Death Stranding game stars Norman Reedus, Mads Mikkelsen, Lindsay Wagner, Léa Seydoux, and Emily O’Brien.

The new trailer shows Reedus’s character, Sam, exploring the world while fighting enemies both human and supernatural.

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Zachary Stell 2019-05-29
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Kojima Productions has just dropped a brand-new and lengthy trailer for Death Stranding which reveals the allusive title will release on November 8, 2019.

The trailer sheds some light on what we can expect from Death Stranding.

It still looks very convoluted...

You can check out the new trailer below:

What does it all mean?

There's a lot happening in the trailer: demon militants, Mads Mikkelsen leading a skeleton soldier squad, and Norman Reedus hitting the yellow CDA creatures from Monsters Inc with a briefcase.

collect
0
Dion Esparza 2017-07-13
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Warning: Possible spoilers for "The Walking Dead" ahead.

They're back together at last.

On Wednesday, "The Walking Dead" tweeted out the first photo from the upcoming season, showing two of everyone's favorite zombie killers reunited.

Yep, it's Daryl (Norman Reedus) and Carol (Melissa McBride), the rhyming-name duo who never met a walker they couldn't dispatch with extreme prejudice.

In the accompanying Entertainment Weekly article, showrunner Scott M. Gimple promises the reunions will continue.

"The season finale last year, seeing all the characters together interacting as one, was thrilling," Gimple said.

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Thomas Crain 2016-08-15
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Proceed at your own risk!

All it took was a 50-second sneak peek clip into the upcoming seventh season of The Walking Dead to whip up the theorizing over who Negan offed at the end of season 6.

And if what s implied in the clip is any indication, fans may be ready to riot.

In the clip, we see Dwight Austin Amelio riding a certain motorcycle down the road, where he happens upon some walkers.

Dwight, as viewers know, stole Daryl Dixon s Norman Reedus bike once before.

But this time, he s also wearing his signature winged vest.

collect
0
Thomas Park 2019-08-19

We knew Hideo Kojima was going to make an appearance at Gamescom: Opening Night Live to premiere new footage from Death Stranding, but it was probably too hopeful of us to think his appearance would be straightforward.

While the gaming auteur certainly tried to explain Death Stranding, and in particular the baby we see Norman Reedus carrying about, it still manged to be a convoluted affair.

Gamescom 2019: schedule, dates, predictions, news and rumors

Death Stranding: release date, trailers and news

We kind of have a better idea about what Death Stranding's Bridge Babies are about thanks to a couple of new trailers.

It seems like Bridge Babies (or BBs) are babies who are born on "the other side" (aka stillborn).

collect
0
Jeffrey Zambrana 2019-11-04

Hideo Kojima has a reputation for making games that feel cinematic, and his upcoming game Death Stranding certainly seems to be no exception.

Given Kojima’s interest in film, it’s hardly surprising that many of his games have a certain cinematic quality to them, but it may not be long before we see Kojima and his team look toward making actual movies.

That’s the plan anyway, with Kojima revealing in a new BBC documentary about Death Stranding that his company will begin making movies at some point in the next few years.

Presumably, Kojima Productions will continue to make video games too since those have been Kojima’s bread and butter for the past 30 years, but he envisions a future where games and movies are competing with each other for a slice of the streaming pie.

“In the future Kojima Productions will start making films,” Kojima said in the documentary.

“If you can do one thing well, then you can do everything well.

collect
0
Isiah Jone 2016-12-11
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Shortly before the first episode of season 7 of The Walking Dead aired, Norman Reedus who plays Daryl said that the premiere episode was so crazy that viewers will want to kick their TV sets by the end of the show.

And true to form, the first episode was nothing short of a gruesome and heart-wrenching affair that saw Negan mercilessly brutalize and kill two of the shows most beloved characters, Glenn and Abraham.

With episode 8 set to air later tonight, and thus bringing the first half of season 7 to a close, we now have another intriguing warning from a Walking Dead cast-member, this time coming from Josh McDermitt who plays the quirky and yet oddly likable Eugene.

Appearing on EW Morning Live recently, McDermitt had some interesting things to say about tonight s episode.

As a quick backdrop to McDermitt s remarks, recall that last week s episode concluded with Negan playing with Judith while joking about killing both Carl and Rick and staying in Alexandria.

The wolf is in the hen house, McDermitt said.

collect
0
Daniel Murdock 2017-10-17
img

Obsessed with "The Walking Dead's" Norman Reedus?

To kick off the highly anticipated eighth season of "The Walking Dead", CNET Magazine has partnered with TV Guide to bring you signed swag and exclusive prizes from AMC's "The Walking Dead!"

Norman Reedus himself signed CNET Magazines and posters to give away to only the most dedicated fans.

Honestly, what could be better?

These prizes could be yours:

One grand prize winner will take home a CNET Magazine Cover Poster signed by Norman Reedus, a Walking Dead Clock, a Norman Reedus Chopper Funko Toy, a set of "Walking Dead" exclusive Comic-Con collector's cards, a "Walking Dead" T-shirt (Men's large), and a copy of the Fall 2017 CNET Magazine issue, featuring Norman Reedus.

Sam Gibson 2016-06-14
img

Furthermore, we DEFINITELY didn t think we d be catching a glimpse of his new IP anytime soon.

Luckily for us, Kojima Productions has been very busy on Death Stranding, its new title starring The Walking Dead s Norman Reedus.

The reveal trailer for Death Stranding opens on a beach filled with deceased crabs as the camera slowly pans upon our protagonist, Norman Reedus.

Passed out on the ground, completely naked, he soon stands up holding what appears to a newborn baby.

Yep, it s pretty weird.

Despite being overly cryptic, the unusual mixture of disturbing visuals and haunting music leave a powerful impression, and we expect nothing less from Hideo Kojima.

Cedric Sams 2016-06-13
img

WIRED

Death Stranding is the new game from Hideo Kojima, creator of Metal Gear Solid, from his new independent production company Kojima Productions, in collaboration with Sony.

And he s bringing a pal along: Norman Reedus, The Walking Dead s Daryl, who was collaborating with Kojima on the cancelled Silent Hills before his ouster from Konami.

In the trailer shown at E3, Reedus character was extremely scarred and very naked.

It s a trippy, uncomfortable, beautifully insane trailer, in the grand Kojima style.

Mark Cerny, the architect of PlayStation 4, is also working on the game.

And here you were expecting him to do Knack 2.

Ronald Gibson 2016-06-17
img

Norman Reedus stars in Hideo Kojima's utterly bizarre trailer for Death Stranding

Earlier this week, Hideo Kojima's new studio Kojima Productions revealed the first glimpse of his upcoming debut game, Death Stranding, with a bizarre yet intriguing trailer during Sony's E3 2016 press conference.

Starring The Walking Dead's Norman Reedus, the mysterious trailer has left gamers more confused and curious than ever.

The first tweet in the series reads: "Our game is still far from being released but the 'game' has already begun.

According to the legendary developer behind the Metal Gear Solid series, the teaser showcased at Sony's press conference was completed in 2.5 months with help from PS4 architect Mark Cerny and Hollywood veteran Kyle Cooper who worked on movies such as Fast & Furious, Seven, Braveheart and Iron Man.

Some of his tweets, however, do highlight a few key details that Kojima hopes to showcase in the game, including exploring different meanings of death and touching on some of the theories about the human race's first inventions - sticks and ropes.

Death Stranding will be launched as a console exclusive for PS4 and will be released on PC as well.

Emma Martin 2016-12-02

Strap yourselves in - the latest trailer for Death Stranding is even more twisted than the first.

And no, we still don't have any idea what the game is about.

As Kojima's first 'independent' title since his parting with Konami, Death Stranding was always likely to be an odd one.

Largely freed from the shackles of corporate oversight, but backed by publisher Sony, the auteur developer was free to let his wild imagination run free.

That showed with the debut trailer revealed at E3, with a naked Norman Reedus waking up on an oily beach and cradling what appeared to be a dead baby as human silhouettes hovered in the distant sky.

The new trailer doesn't give us much more indication of what's going on, either.

Zachary Stell 2019-05-29
img

Kojima Productions has just dropped a brand-new and lengthy trailer for Death Stranding which reveals the allusive title will release on November 8, 2019.

The trailer sheds some light on what we can expect from Death Stranding.

It still looks very convoluted...

You can check out the new trailer below:

What does it all mean?

There's a lot happening in the trailer: demon militants, Mads Mikkelsen leading a skeleton soldier squad, and Norman Reedus hitting the yellow CDA creatures from Monsters Inc with a briefcase.

Thomas Crain 2016-08-15
img

Proceed at your own risk!

All it took was a 50-second sneak peek clip into the upcoming seventh season of The Walking Dead to whip up the theorizing over who Negan offed at the end of season 6.

And if what s implied in the clip is any indication, fans may be ready to riot.

In the clip, we see Dwight Austin Amelio riding a certain motorcycle down the road, where he happens upon some walkers.

Dwight, as viewers know, stole Daryl Dixon s Norman Reedus bike once before.

But this time, he s also wearing his signature winged vest.

Jeffrey Zambrana 2019-11-04

Hideo Kojima has a reputation for making games that feel cinematic, and his upcoming game Death Stranding certainly seems to be no exception.

Given Kojima’s interest in film, it’s hardly surprising that many of his games have a certain cinematic quality to them, but it may not be long before we see Kojima and his team look toward making actual movies.

That’s the plan anyway, with Kojima revealing in a new BBC documentary about Death Stranding that his company will begin making movies at some point in the next few years.

Presumably, Kojima Productions will continue to make video games too since those have been Kojima’s bread and butter for the past 30 years, but he envisions a future where games and movies are competing with each other for a slice of the streaming pie.

“In the future Kojima Productions will start making films,” Kojima said in the documentary.

“If you can do one thing well, then you can do everything well.

Stephen Martinez 2020-09-09
Get ready for a spinoff featuring Norman Reedus and Melissa McBride.
William Jones 2019-03-20
img

It's been nearly three years since Death Stranding was announced at E3 2016 and we still know very little about the mysterious upcoming title from Kojima Productions.

However, a panel at this year's Tribeca Film Festival may change that.

The Tribeca Film Festival is set to host 'Tribeca Games Presents: Hideo Kojima with Norman Reedus' next month, a panel which will - according to the event's description - see director Kojima and Death Stranding star Norman Reedus discussing the "boundary-pushing new game" (via GamesRadar).

In addition the panel will be hosted by Geoff Keighley, founder of The Game Awards.

So you know there's going to be some juicy details emerging.

What are we hoping for?

Tom Snipes 2017-12-08
img

When Hideo Kojima announced Death Stranding at E3 2016 as his first post-Konami project, the images of a naked Norman Reedus cradling a tiny baby left us with more questions than answers.

A new trailer for the game at The Game Awards Thursday night showed us a lot more of the world Kojima is planning, but probably increased the number of questions we have about what's going on.

The extremely dark (in both tone and color palette) eight-minute trailer begins and ends with a bit of poetic cosmology: "Once there was an explosion, a bang that gave birth to time and space.

Once there was an explosion, a bang that sent a planet spinning in that space.

Once there was an explosion, a bang that gave rise to life as we know it... And then came the next explosion.

That heady introduction matches quite loosely with the straight up sci-fi horror movie scenes on display in the trailer, with characters in what looks like protective radiation suits being menaced by an invisible assailant that leaves human-like handprints in the muck around them.

Ralph Philbrick 2016-06-09

Norman Reedus is back to hype up The Walking Dead s next season.

Star Wars: Episode VIII

Rian Johnson has taken to Tumblr to release another set photo, announcing that the film is entering the final stages of production.

You come in as, just the whole idea of coming in as Thanos, period — sitting down and saying, What do you want me to do?

Agents of SHIELD

Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, Clark Gregg teases what the next season of the show will be like now that Coulson has been demoted from SHIELD director to agent again, and what effects Civil War will have had on SHIELD as an organization:

Since it s clear that Coulson is Team Cap, Jed Whedon and Maurissa Tancharoen have fiendishly put Coulson on the spot, because Hive Brett Dalton turned out to be the living embodiment of all the reasons why you would be afraid of Inhumans.

The Walking Dead

Persistent hype man Norman Reedus is back again, this time saying that the seventh season of the show will answer all of its mysteries:

It s well worth the wait, that cliffhanger, I will say that.

IGN

Game of Thrones

A gallery of images from the next episode, No One, has been released—head to the link to see more.

Jennifer True 2019-05-29
img

Sony revealed on a new trailer streamed on Twitch that Death Stranding is coming to PlayStation 4 on November 8.

You can watch the new trailer above.

This is the first game from Hideo Kojima since he left Konami in 2015.

At Konami, Kojima was the mastermind behind the hit Metal Gear series, games that combined stealth-based action with Hollywood-style stories.

Death Stranding game stars Norman Reedus, Mads Mikkelsen, Lindsay Wagner, Léa Seydoux, and Emily O’Brien.

The new trailer shows Reedus’s character, Sam, exploring the world while fighting enemies both human and supernatural.

Dion Esparza 2017-07-13
img

Warning: Possible spoilers for "The Walking Dead" ahead.

They're back together at last.

On Wednesday, "The Walking Dead" tweeted out the first photo from the upcoming season, showing two of everyone's favorite zombie killers reunited.

Yep, it's Daryl (Norman Reedus) and Carol (Melissa McBride), the rhyming-name duo who never met a walker they couldn't dispatch with extreme prejudice.

In the accompanying Entertainment Weekly article, showrunner Scott M. Gimple promises the reunions will continue.

"The season finale last year, seeing all the characters together interacting as one, was thrilling," Gimple said.

Thomas Park 2019-08-19

We knew Hideo Kojima was going to make an appearance at Gamescom: Opening Night Live to premiere new footage from Death Stranding, but it was probably too hopeful of us to think his appearance would be straightforward.

While the gaming auteur certainly tried to explain Death Stranding, and in particular the baby we see Norman Reedus carrying about, it still manged to be a convoluted affair.

Gamescom 2019: schedule, dates, predictions, news and rumors

Death Stranding: release date, trailers and news

We kind of have a better idea about what Death Stranding's Bridge Babies are about thanks to a couple of new trailers.

It seems like Bridge Babies (or BBs) are babies who are born on "the other side" (aka stillborn).

Isiah Jone 2016-12-11
img

Shortly before the first episode of season 7 of The Walking Dead aired, Norman Reedus who plays Daryl said that the premiere episode was so crazy that viewers will want to kick their TV sets by the end of the show.

And true to form, the first episode was nothing short of a gruesome and heart-wrenching affair that saw Negan mercilessly brutalize and kill two of the shows most beloved characters, Glenn and Abraham.

With episode 8 set to air later tonight, and thus bringing the first half of season 7 to a close, we now have another intriguing warning from a Walking Dead cast-member, this time coming from Josh McDermitt who plays the quirky and yet oddly likable Eugene.

Appearing on EW Morning Live recently, McDermitt had some interesting things to say about tonight s episode.

As a quick backdrop to McDermitt s remarks, recall that last week s episode concluded with Negan playing with Judith while joking about killing both Carl and Rick and staying in Alexandria.

The wolf is in the hen house, McDermitt said.