The Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) feud heated up quite literally in this week's episode of The Walking Dead, and if we're keeping score here, we got Rick making up some serious ground in this ongoing beef. The...Show More Summary
Burton, who's married to "The Walking Dead" star Jeffrey Dean Morgan, shared details of the couple's painful fertility struggles.
SPOILER ALERT: This story contains details of the midseason premiere of The Walking Dead. Fans are still reeling from events from last night’s episode of The Walking Dead — including some of the cast members. Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who...Show More Summary
Based on the classic arcade game, Rampage is an interesting choice for a movie…But if anyone can sell it, the Rock can. Rampage stars Dwayne Johnson as Davis Okoye, Jeffrey Dean Morgan as Agent Russell, Malin Akerman as Claire Wyden, Joe Manganiello as Burke, and [...]
No father is perfect, and Supernatural's John Winchester is no exception. Having said that, John (played by the ever-so-sexy Jeffrey Dean Morgan) does love and care about his sons more than anything. John doesn't get a lot of screen time, but we've totally teared up during several of their heartfelt moments. Show More Summary
On The Walking Dead, the only weapon with an official name is Lucille, Negan's (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) barbed wire-wrapped baseball bat. But there are other characters with signature weapons, and it's possible that they have names too. Like Daryl (Norman Reedus) loves his crossbow so much that he... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com The Walking Dead Norman Reedus
While fans may have some harsh criticisms for director Zack Snyder, there’s no denying that the filmmaker has an eye for casting. From Gal Gadot to Ben Affleck and Ezra Miller, he has a tendency to think outside the box in terms of his casting, and more often than not in his films, fans generally […]
Jeffrey Dean Morgan is out spreading those Flashpoint rumors again.
Season 8, Episode 5: The Big Scary U PLOT: Pieces of Negan's back story are revealed while the Saviors try to figure out how to handle the strikes against them. REVIEW: If the villainous Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) could receiveShow More Summary
We've known The Walking Dead's big bad Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) for over a year since he stepped out of an RV and bashed some people's skulls in, and we've been hearing about him for even longer than that. But we knew almost nothing...Show More Summary
It was just earlier today that we shared the poster for the upcoming film RAMPAGE which will pit The Rock against a gaggle of giant, city-crushing animals. As we told you in that post, the film's trailer was expected to hit at 5Show More Summary
After years of chatter, we're finally getting a look at the movie adaptation of the classic arcade game Rampage. It stars Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Jeffrey Dean Morgan (!!!) and Naomie Harris. The project was announced way back in 2011 and Johnson signed on in 2015, but this is our first glimpse at it. Show More Summary
Not all that long ago, actor Garret Dillahunt (The Last House on the Left) was campaigning for the role of Negan on “The Walking Dead.” Of course, that role eventually went to Jeffrey Dean Morgan, but in an interesting twist of fate, Dillahunt has just been cast in the companion series! Via Tracking Board today, Dillahunt […]
"I like to help people through their weaknesses," Jeffrey Dean Morgan's smirking Savior hisses in a new look at the next 'Walking Dead.' read more
In last weeks The Walking Dead, Gregory (Xander Berkeley) said that by the time he got to the Sanctuary to snitch on Maggie (Lauren Cohan) and her anti-Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) agenda at the Hilltop, Negan already knew about Rick's (Andrew Lincoln) plan to rise up. Show More Summary
Ezra Miller is bringing the Flash to the DCEU in Justice League, and the actor is already looking toward the future for his character, specifically the in-development Flashpoint film. When pressed for casting recommendations, Miller confirmed he’d be more than happy to have The Walking Dead‘s Jeffrey Dean Morgan join the Flashpoint cast as Batman. Show More Summary
For every celebrity making their way on the talk show circuit, there's always one host that knows how to get to them. Inside, watch Jeffrey Dean Morgan meet his match, while being grilled about a potential Flashpoint appearance. It's delightful.
Jeffrey Dean Morgan described last week’s season premiere as “balls to the wall,” and this episode maintains that very Negan-esque level of intensity, even with no sign of the man himself. While the Big Bad is stuck in a big pickle with Gabriel, we explore part two of Rick’s grand ... More »
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The casting of Jeffrey Dean Morgan as Thomas Wayne in Batman v Superman was definitely a brilliant move on the part of director Zack Snyder. While it’s not clear whether or not Snyder ever had it in the back of his mind that he could reprise his role in a Flashpoint film down the line, it’s […]