Jeffrey Dean Morgan, the man who plays Negan on The Walking Dead, has responded to the controversy surrounding a TWD t-shirt. Earlier this week, it was reported that a British retail chain pulled a Negan shirt from its stores after a customer complained it was racist. Show More Summary
British clothing retailer Primark is currently facing controversy over a T-shirt themed around a much-discussed moment from the last season of The Walking Dead. The shirt carries a picture of Lucille, the barbed-wire-bound baseball bat...Show More Summary
Negan is not happy. “Walking Dead” seemed to find itself in a big pile of shirt after news broke that one of its products was being pulled from international retailer Primark for being “racist” and “offensive.” The shirt in questionShow More Summary
After a hassle broke out over a T-shirt for the AMC drama series “The Walking Dead,” actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who plays Negan on the show, responded with a Twitter message saying, “Holy crap people are stupid.” EW.com reports that Morgan’s tweet,...
Negan is not here for cultural sensitivity. Earlier this week, U.K. department chain Primark pulled a The Walking Dead T-shirt from its stores after a customer complained it was "racist" and "offensive." The shirt featured the villain's iconic Lucille baseball bat complete with the rhyme he utters to select his victims, "Eeny meeny miny moe, catch a [...]
Yesterday, news broke that a Walking Dead t-shirt is getting pulled from U.K. Primark stores after someone complained about the racist nature of a t-shirt stating "eeny meeny miny moe" next to an image of Negan's bat Lucille in the company's Sheffield, England location.
Say "Eeny Meeny Miny Moe" to any fan of The Walking Dead and watch them squirm uncomfortably. It's the phrase Negan utters before - spoiler alert - heinously murdering Abe and Glenn on the TV show. Up until this week, the UK chain Primark stocked a t-shirt emblazoned with the words and Negan's bat, Lucille, on the front. Show More Summary
Martin Wallström is set to co-star along with Jack Huston, Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Ralph Ineson in Cinestate's thriller Militia. Henry Dunham is directing from his own script, which was on the 2015 Black List. Filming is slated to begin later this year with Dallas Sonnier producing for Cinestate. Show More Summary
The Walking Dead season seven series had dropped in viewership since the its premiere debuting Jeffrey Dean Morgan as Negan. It had a slight rise in viewership come episode nine, but will episode 10 garner some traction and hopefully...Show More Summary
The Walking Dead’s Norman Reedus and Andrew Lincoln, have bonded rather rapidly with Jeffrey Dean Morgan, cultivating a beautiful friendship. Reedus goes motorcycle riding with Morgan nearly every day. Morgan’s off camera playfulness...Show More Summary
Sunday's premiere of The Walking Dead delivered what preview interviews promised: Rick (Andrew Lincoln) attempted to recruit the various communities to rise up against Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), we pitter-pattered through various locations instead of sticking with one and Rick smiled. But the... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com The Walking Dead Greg Nicotero
Warning: Spoilers below if you're not caught up on "The Walking Dead." When "The Walking Dead" returns Sunday for its midseason premiere, fans will have their eyes set on this season's murderous villain, Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan),Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Jack Huston, Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Ralph Ineson are attached to star in thriller Militia, a project written by Henry Dunham whose script landed on the 2015 Black List. Dunham will also direct with Dallas Sonnier producing for Cinestate. Show More Summary
Kelly Ripa’s guest co-hosts on the morning talk staple “Live with Kelly” for the week of Feb. 6-10 will be Rita Ora, Mark Consuelos and Jeffrey Dean Morgan. Ripa continues to work without a permanent co-host since the departure of.....
Actors Aaron Eckhart, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, and Fan Bingbing star in "The Battle of Evony" a short movie promoting the mobile game Evony: The King’s Return.
Jeffrey Dean Morgan who portrays Negan on The Walking Dead will be Riding with Norman Reedus to Orlando Florida for MegaCon. Daryl and Negan are scheduled to appear together at one of the largest multi-genre conventions in the U.S. Norman Reedus and Jeffrey Dean Morgan of The Walking Dead will be greeting fans and speaking... Show More Summary
Norman Reedus, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, and Andrew Lincoln can’t wait for fans to see The Walking Dead Season 7B. Norman and Andrew will be back on AMC February 12, as TWD heroes Daryl Dixon and Rick Grimes. They are preparing to rebel against Jeffrey as the bloodthirsty tyrant Negan. Show More Summary
While The Walking Dead with Norman Reedus, Andrew Lincoln, and Jeffrey Dean Morgan did not invent zombies, TWD certainly proved the zombie’s importance in society. When a small but growing cable channel called AMC aired the zombie apocalypse series, their fortune was changed by the American zombie. Show More Summary
In the first half of Season 7, The Walking Dead went crazy introducing new locations. There was the Kingdom, over which Ezekiel (Khary Payton) and his tiger preside; the Sanctuary, Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) and the Saviors' grim fortress;...Show More Summary
Are we pissing ? I mean tinkling ? our pants yet? “The Walking Dead” is reportedly going to “tone it down” after backlash from the bloody Season 7 premiere, which revealed which survivors Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) killed. In that episode, we saw two fan favorites, Glenn (Steven Yeun) and Abe (Michael Cudlitz), die from Negan’s brutal beatings. Show More Summary