Will The Walking Dead fans get to be reunited with Glenn (Steven Yeun) next season? Don't worry, Glenn didn't somehow miraculously survive his encounter with Negan's (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) barbed wire baseball bat Lucille in the Season 7 premiere. He's still dead, but executive producer Scott Gimple... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com The Walking Dead Steven Yeun
Jeffrey Dean Morgan gets to take a break from playing his notorious "Walking Dead" character, Negan, and take on a part that doesn't involve carrying around a barbed wire-wrapped bat called Lucille. The actor has nabbed a supporting role in "Rampage," an upcoming film based on the 1980s arcade game, Deadline reports. Show More Summary
While we are most definitely in the age of superhero films, there’s little denying that we’re also in a budding age of kaiju and video game films. On the kaiju side of things, Kong: Skull Island only came out a few weeks back, and it was the second film in its buildup to a Kong v Godzilla flick. Show More Summary
There are three huge monsters running amok across North America in Rampage. God help the one that tries to mess with Jeffrey Dean Morgan (The Walking Dead), who along with star Dwayne Johnson, we wouldn’t mind seeing go a few rounds, hand-to-hand, with a giant wolf or giant lizard. Show More Summary
Most movies based on video games aren’t very good, but most movies based on video games also aren’t supported entirely by the powerful, charismatic shoulders of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. Brad Peyton’s Rampage adaptation is, though,Show More Summary
Jeffrey Dean Morgan's characteristic swagger will get a workout against some serious monster opposition in the adaptation of the Rampage video game. The post Walking Dead’s Negan Joins the Rock’s Rampage appeared first on CBR.
Presumably not with his trusty baseball bat. Read more...
Jeffrey Dean Morgan joins the growing cast of New Line's Rampage, alongside Dwayne Johnson, Naomie Harris and Malin Akerman.
A lot of people rightfully now know Jeffrey Dean Morgan as Negan from THE WALKING DEAD. But he will always be The Comedian from WATCHMEN to me. That said, Jeffrey Dean Morgan has just joined The Rock in the 80s arcade game monster movie RAMPAGE so maybe his character from this movie will be the one is known for. Show More Summary
Of all the video games that are being turned into movies, perhaps the most bizarre choice on this list is Rampage. But while the game's premise might seem weak, the cast of the film just got a whole lot stronger.
Negan is going to need more than Lucille to survive New Line’s Rampage. “The Walking Dead‘s” Jeffrey Dean Morgan will put down the baseball bat for a while as he has signed on to join Dwayne Johnson in the video game adaptation, Deadline reports. The film is on track for an April 20, 2018, release […]
The film will reunite Morgan with his Watchmen co-star Malin Ackerman The post Jeffrey Dean Morgan Joins the Rampage Movie Cast appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
EXCLUSIVE: The Walking Dead‘s Jeffrey Dean Morgan will put down the baseball bat for awhile as he has signed on to join Dwayne Johnson in the New Line thriller Rampage. The film is on track for an April 20, 2018 release, and has an ensemble...Show More Summary
The seventh season of “The Walking Dead” ended the only way the show knows how to end — or begin — anything, with violence. After a savage season opener in which bad guy Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) bludgeoned not one, but two characters to death with his barbed-wire-wrapped bat, the season finale...
The Walking Dead completed its seventh season Sunday night with "The First Day of the Rest of Your Life." The episode kicked off the war between Rick Grimes and his allies and Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) and his followers and gave a satisfying death to Sasha (Sonequa Martin-Green), who killed... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com The Walking Dead Greg Nicotero
Another big death is expected to happen in tonight’s season seven finale of The Walking Dead. While we have no idea who is getting the ax – or perhaps Negan’s (Jeffrey Dean Morgan)’s trusty tool Lucille – a lot of people have speculated about one person in particular. Things haven’t been looking good for Sasha [...]
I think the chef at the Sanctuary may have worked at an IHOP before the zombie apocalypse. EW has a deleted scene from this Sunday's Season 7 finale of The Walking Dead in which Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) brings breakfast-in-cell to his favorite prisoner Sasha (Sonequa Martin-Green). Show More Summary
There's no way Sasha (Sonequa Martin-Green) isn't a goner on The Walking Dead. She's being held captive by Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), and it doesn't look like there's any way out alive. Her friends aren't coming to break her out. Eugene...Show More Summary
Last year, Jeffrey Dean Morgan stormed onto the season finale of The Walking Dead as Negan, the most terrifying villain the zombie drama has ever seen. Clad in leather and brandishing a barbed-wire-wrapped baseball bat, Negan brought...Show More Summary
With his slimming leather jacket and uncomfortably handsome good looks, Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) has been the villain we hate to love and love to hate ever since he made his big debut on The Walking Dead. Sure, he viciously murdered several of our favorite characters, and he made Carl (Chandler... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com The Walking Dead Jeffrey Dean Morgan