Norman Reedus and Aaron Paul's Buddy Moments from Triple Nine Movie Set

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By Tarun Mazumdar | June 27, 2014 12:43 PM EST

Norman Reedus is busy filming two projects at the same time in Atlanta, "The Walking Dead" Season 5 and "Triple Nine." However, the actor is not complaining at all. In fact, he seems to be having a great time as he is bonding with his buddies, “Breaking Bad” star Aaron Paul and Clifton Collins Jr.

The three boys have been hanging out on the sets of "Triple Nine" and Clifton has shared some photographs from the sets.

"Deep in house prep when u get to do cool sh*t w fam @glassofwhiskey @wwwwbigbaldhead going back 15+ years ! #999," writes Clifton next to a photo featuring Norman and Aaron.

The "Breaking Bad" actor shared the photograph on his Instagram page.

"#regram This is what my mornings are looking like lately and I'm loving it. I have known @mrwupass and @bigbaldhead for a very long time and working with these guys is a dream come true. This movie is going to blow all of your minds. #TripleNine."

"Triple Nine" will be distributed by Open Road Films starring Kate Winslet, "Batman V Superman" star Gal Gadot, Norman Reedus, Teresa Palmer, Aaron Paul, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Anthony Mackie, Casey Affleck, Woody Harrelson, Clifton Collins Jr. and Luis Da Silva, Christine Horn, Terence Rosemore and other stars. Check out the list of actors here.

'Triple Nine': Plot Summary (via IMDb)

"A group of corrupt police officers are blackmailed into pulling off a seemingly impossible heist. They plot the murder of a rookie police officer in order to orchestrate a '999,' code for 'officer down', to pull off the heist across town."

What do you think about Norman's new project? Share your views in the comments section below.

Norman Reedus returns as Daryl Dixon on "The Walking Dead" Season 5 episodes. The show's new season premieres this October on AMC.

Stay tuned for more "The Walking Dead" updates.

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