With an announcement of Jeffrey Dean Morgan to play the role of “Negan” on “The Walking Dead,” a surprising factor was added to the show. However, it soon turned out to be an obstacle rather than an add on. The show has to now allow “Negan” to pursue things that he always wanted to do but are taken as bad sign when views are being talked about. Read On!
Being a difficult part to be televised, Morgan is optimistic regarding getting more views and appreciations for the character. It will definitely become much more appealing to the show’s audiences by the next year, according to him.
He explains, “We’re going to push AMC — the plan is to push them as far as they can because it’s who Negan is. He uses some colorful language. And I use some colorful language. And reading the comic, it’s important.” He also contented that he always wanted to play the character in his own ways and keep it as much true as possible.
According to him, some of his fans might believe on the fact that his decision might act as an unjustified act to the character, but to him, this sounds like excellent then anything else. AMC has been in fashion to allow characters using cuss words in their mode of communication. The creative team is likely to film the unedited versions of various takes and deleted scenes. peculiarly on Blu-rays and DVDs. In contrast to this, if they bleep him at every unsuitable word, it will surely end up the character’s reality.
In-fact, the time when Morgan was giving an interview to EW, he was unable to speak without the usage of cuss words and so in a fashionable manner recurred “really fucking excited.”
“The Walking Dead” is, however, gearing up for an adventurous second half of Season 6 after the mid-season finale. The show is likely to return to AMC on February 14.
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