“The Walking Dead” star Norman Reedus shows off his crossbow skills in a special game of “Facebreakers” on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” on Friday, Feb. 13, 2015. Read on to learn more about this scoop.
It looks like Jimmy Fallon was wrong to have challenged “The Walking Dead” star Norman Reedus in a special game of “Facebreakers.”
The show’s host, Jimmy Fallon, challenged Reedus in a special version of “Facebreakers.” Fallon introduced the game’s rules and said that they will take turns, and the first to break all of the opponent’s faces wins the game while the loser should prepare for a surprise.
Reedus scored the first point as he smashed and hit Fallon’s photo. The two went on and showed off their crossbow skills. The special version of “Facebreakers” allows the two players to shoot as much as they want when the alarm sounds off and the game ended with Reedus smashing all of Fallon’s faces.
Fallon was laughing and in denial when he learned that Reedus won the game. “Today is opposite day,” said Fallon.
Fallon ends up getting punished for losing the game and gets wet when Reedus hit the target with his fist after missing two shots on his miniature crossbow.
In a more serious interview, Reedus spoke about his mom and how she relates to his “The Walking Dead” co-star, Melissa McBride, who plays the role of Carol.
“Fans want you to be with Carol, I know a lot of people do,” Fallon told Reedus.
Reedus replied that fans also wanted him to be with other characters such as Beth, Michonne, and even Rick and actor Steven.
“We’re getting into ‘Fifty Shades’ territory,” Fallon joked.
E! News noted that in November 2014, the 46-year-old actor posted on his Instagram photo a screenshot of his conversation with his mom who said that Carol was pretty and asked if she was single.
Reedus also revealed that he previously appeared in campaigns for Prada and Gap before going as a full time actor.
Norman Reedus is known for his role as Daryl Dixon in AMC’s “The Walking Dead.”
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