As The Walking Dead's villainous Negan, Jeffrey Dean Morgan is having a blast, but he revealed there's something he doesn't like at all about the character.
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We'll have to wait until Sunday to find out whether Jeffrey Dean Morgan will drop into the Supernatural cast panel at San Diego Comic-Con to say hello to former co-stars (and onscreen sons) Jared Padelecki and Jensen Ackles and possibly tease a return of John Winchester to the series. Show More Summary
AMC basically has a standing reservation in Comic-Con International’s major event space, Hall H. The 6,500-person room looks like an airplane hanger on the inside, and the network that Man Men built fills it up all weekend long with shows like Preacher, Fear The Walking Dead, and its crown jewel, ... More »
War is coming to The Walking Dead, and it's time to choose your side. Are you Team Rick (Andrew Lincoln)? Or Team Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan)? And if you're Team Negan... What's your deal, dude? Negan's a murderer. Anyway, the annual...Show More Summary
Will Season 8 of The Walking Dead lose its big bad? Rumors are swirling that Negan will play a smaller role next season because Jeffrey Dean Morgan hasn't been seen on set.
Dwayne Johnson shares new photos from the set of Rampage, giving us a better look at the characters played by Naomie Harris and Jeffrey Dean Morgan.
How cute is Hilarie Burton and Jeffrey Dean Morgan‘s son Augustus?! This is the first time we’ve really seen the seven-year-old at a public event as little Gus attended the Indy 500 with his parents on Sunday (May 28) in Speedway, Indiana. Hilarie and Jeffrey are known to be very private about their personal life, [...]
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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 […]