Norman Reedus Is Not Cool With Carl's Death on The Walking Dead: "Who's Left?" Should you’re all caught up on the awful apocalyptic world of The Strolling Lifeless, then you definitely’ve in all probability been pressured to return to phrases with one upsetting actuality: Carl’s imminent demise. The upsetting twist had the web spiraling with grief and shock. Even the daddy of Chandler Riggs, the actor who performs Carl Grimes, could not assist however voice his frustration with the creators, the present, and even the AMC community when it got here to the character’s destiny. And it does not cease there. It seems even members of the forged are feeling extraordinarily disenchanted. “Once you lose these key members, it is such an enormous blow to the present . . . Who’s left?” Within the January problem of Leisure Weekly, Norman Reedus (who performs Daryl) shouldn’t be shy about sharing his ideas on the matter. In case you ask him, Carl’s exit from the present is not only a troublesome factor to return to phrases with — Reedus thinks the present will not be the identical with out the character round. “The folks that began this present, to me, are the guts of the present. If you lose these key members, it is such an enormous blow to the present, and to the followers, and to us which might be there,” Reedus advised EW. “Who’s left? There’s just a few of us ignored of all these individuals. For those who needed to show it into a completely totally different present, you eliminate these individuals. However if you wish to maintain on to what made the present particular, you have to be very cautious what you do with these individuals.” Prefer it or not, the truth is Carl will die when the present returns on Feb. 25. The query then turns into: how will they deal with such a fragile and delicate state of affairs? Whereas Reedus did not actually give any particulars pertaining to the ship-off itself, he dropped a number of hints about what the episode as an entire will accomplish. “He is undoubtedly abandoning a very lengthy-lasting legacy,” Reedus defined, “which was the good half about enjoying these remaining moments — figuring out that Carl was going to have such an enduring influence on the story.” At this level, we’ll simply have to take a seat tight and wait till the doomed hour approaches.