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Norman Reedus Opens Up About Melissa McBride Exit From ‘The Walking Dead’ Spinoff

Norman Reedus opens up about the exit of Melissa McBride from The Walking Dead spinoff series that was originally going to be a Carol and Daryl show. The actor recently appeared on Jimmy Fallon and talked about details involving the spinoff which is filming and will be set in Europe and now focuses solely on …

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Jeffrey Dean Morgan Blasts ‘The Walking Dead Fans’ For Blaming Norman Reedus For Melissa McBride Exit

Things are getting real ugly surrounding the exit of Melissa McBride (and showrunner Angela Kang) from The Walking Dead spinoff seris as Jeffrey Dean Morgan has taken to Twitter to blast fans for blaming Norman Reedus. Following the news that Melissa Bride exited the series, AMC released a statement stating that McBride didn’t want to …

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Lauren Cohan and Jeffrey Dean Morgan Starring in ‘Isle of the Dead’ Spinoff

AMC Networks announced on Monday that Lauren Cohan and Jeffrey Dean Morgan will be starring in a new spinoff series of The Walking Dead with Isle of the Dead. Check out the Isle of the Dead art below. Details include the show will be set within The Walking Dead universe and that the series will …

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Jeffrey Dean Morgan Batman Doubtful For The Flash

Jeffrey Dean Morgan playing Batman for The Flash movie looks to be in big doubt as two sources offer details that seemingly say it isn’t going to happen. While Jeffrey Dean Morgan has been listed on a casting notice circling the role of Thomas Wayne in The Flash, the casting notice is pretty old, possibly …

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Michael Keaton Batman Rumored As Thomas Wayne For The Flash

With Michael Keaton said to be in early talks to return as Batman, the rumor mill has begun churning, with it said the role could actually be for Thomas Wayne and not the Caped Crusader from the Tim Burton movies. Update: Randolph says she got an update that both Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Thomas Wayne …

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Jeffrey Dean Morgan Teases ‘Masked Comeback’

Jeffrey Dean Morgan rings in the New Year by teasing a masked comeback on social media, with fans hoping Batman. The actor who is known for playing The Comedian in Zack Snyder’s Watchmen posted a pic of himself with the mask on Twitter. “Gus found the comedian mask. Still fits like a glove. And looks …

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Jeffrey Dean Morgan Blasts Armie Hammer Over Stan Lee Comments

Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who has made a career out of starring in comic book movies and TV shows, blasts Armie Hammer for his recent comments following the death of Stan Lee. In a delete that has since been deleted, Armie Hammer took to Twitter stating, “So touched by all of the celebrities posting pictures of …

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Jeffrey Dean Morgan As Lobo Has Dwayne Johnson’s Support

Since it appears as if the Flashpoint story from the comics is scrapped for the upcoming The Flash movie, that would mean Jeffrey Dean Morgan appearing as Batman is out of the question, but what about Lobo? The actor recently appeared at the Walker Stalker Con where he said he only wants to play DC’s …

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New Walking Dead Season 7 Jeffrey Dean Morgan Image

Check out a new image of Jeffrey Dean Morgan as Negan from The Walking Dead Season 7.

Negan appears to be taking pleasure in scoping out a possible unsuspecting foe using a fully automatic weapon.

“The Walking Dead” returns in October to AMC starring Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Steven Yeun, Lauren Cohan, Danai Gurira, Chandler Riggs, Michael Cudlitz, Sonequa Martin-Green, Christian Serratos, Ross Marquand, Josh McDermitt.

The Walking Dead Season 7 Comic-Con trailer:

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The Walking Dead Season Season 7 Reveals Morgan, Comic-Con Banner & Confirms Trailer

It looks as if Morgan is safe in The Walking Dead Season 7, at least for the mean time.

AMC debuted a new image of Lennie James’ character, Morgan, suggesting he meets up with the group from The Kingdom. It’s also being rumored that Ezekiel is being cast, which may set up The Kingdom vs. Negan’s Saviors.

“The exciting thing about season 7 is we’re really opening it up,” EP Greg Nicotero told EW.com. “We started in season 6 by getting a sense that the world was a much larger place. We were laying the seeds for the fact that there is a very big world out there. So, in season 7, we really get a chance to explore those worlds in much greater detail.” 

AMC also has the following Walking Dead banner on display at Comic-Con where interestingly enough Eugene sticks out like a sore thumb. My bet is still on Abraham, but we won’t find out who dies until the first episode of Season 7.

The Walking Dead will be in Hall H at Comic-Con on Friday at 1pm and will release the Season 7 trailer with the following confirmed in attendance: Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Steven Yeun, Lauren Cohan, Danai Gurira, Chandler Riggs, Michael Cudlitz, Sonequa Martin-Green, Christian Serratos, Ross Marquand, Josh McDermitt, and producers producers Scott M. Gimple, Robert Kirkman, Gale Anne Hurd, Greg Nicotero, and David Alpert. Talking Dead host Chris Hardwick will moderate the panel.   

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Jeffrey Dean Morgan Wants To Play Flashpoint Batman

Even though Jeffrey Dean Morgan died in Batman Vs. Superman playing Thomas Wayne, it is possible we could see Morgan again some time down the line.

While it might be a stretch if it will ever make it to the movies, in the DC Comics Flashpoint series, Barry Allen went back in time and saves his mother which causes all sorts of things to change, with one being Thomas Wayne becoming the Batman.

A fan recorded video of Jeffrey Dean Morgan answering a fan question if he would be interested in playing the role.

“Man, I would love to play that Batman… It would be very cool,” Jeffrey Dean Morgan responded and added a while back he was asked if he would be interested in doing a Batman story with, “Are you f’n insane? Of course I’d be interested.”

Jeffrey Dean Morgan also says it will be interesting to see where the movies go and reiterated, “Man, I would love it. I would definitely love it.”

Watch the video below for more of Jeffrey Dean Morgan talking the Thomas Wayne Flashpoint Batman:

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Jeffrey Dean Morgan Comments On Walking Dead Season 6 Finale Reaction

Jeffrey Dean Morgan, the man behind Negan and the scene causing all the controversy (though obviously of no fault), comments on last night’s Season 6 finale to The Walking Dead.

Variety jotted down Jeffrey Dean Morgan’s comments at a press event, where Morgan notes not even he knew the episode was going to end the way it did.

I didn’t know it was going to be a cliffhanger until I watched the show – that was how it was done in my world. I don’t know if any of the cast knew how exactly it was going to end, which caused a lot of the uncertainty and emotion to be going on. That being said, in talking to Scott and Robert last night, I think their explanation [was] that that was the end of the story for that season, and that is that Rick has lost control, and there’s Negan, and Negan has all the control and I think that’s where they wanted to end the story — and it’s not about the death of that person … the death of the person is gonna kick off 7, and Season 7 will be a big part of who is on the receiving end of Lucille. I understand the fans’ frustration, I get that. That being said… I have to trust these writers and showrunners, they know what they’re doing. It’s been a show that a lot of people watch for six seasons and I believe they’ll be back to see who met Lucille and as the story continues to grow.

Of further interest is that Jeffrey Dean Morgan makes note The Walking Dead Season 7 will pick up right where the Season 6 finale left off, and that the plan for the show is to follow how Negan is depicted in the comics.

That would be the hope, yeah, that’s the impression I have [to show the graphic detail of whoever met Lucille], we will pick up directly from what we saw last night that ends Season 6, on that note, and Season 7 is gonna pick up right where we left off. So yeah, you’re gonna see who’s at the end of that bat and what happens from there.

I know a little bit, I know where we’re going. I’ve got a stack of the “Walking Dead” comic books next to my bed here. I think we’re going to stick pretty close to what you see in the graphic novel with this character because he’s so iconic to this world, so this storyline is going to stay true. From what I understand talking to Scott Gimple and Robert Kirkman, we’re gonna try and keep it pretty close. I think that’s something to be able to look forward to because it’s a great storyline.

“The Walking Dead” stars Andrew Lincoln as Rick, Chandler Riggs as Carl, Danai Gurira as Michonne, Melissa McBride as Carol, Sonequa Martin-Green as Sasha, Lauren Cohan as Maggie, Steven Yeun as Glenn, Norman Reedus as Daryl, Lennie James as Morgan, Seth Gilliam as Father Gabriel, Michael Cudlitz as Abraham, Josh McDermitt as Eugene, Alanna Masterson as Tara, Christian Serratos as Rosita, Tovah Feldshuh as Deanna, Ross Marquand as Aaron, Alexandra Breckenridge as Jesse, and Austin Nichols as Spencer. 

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