as such the walking Dead With his final season approaching, Geoffrey Dean Morgan is returning to what he loves most – family, fast cars, candy, and chicken.
A burning dystopia ravaged by zombies is not a place to raise your children, but desperate times demand desperate actions. So when the long-running AMC series the walking Dead He returned to filming under the protocols of COVID Avenue a few months ago in Senoya, Georgia, actor Geoffrey Dean Morgan, who plays Negan, a brutal hero in leather, who brought the entire clan back to live on set: “I had all of my family living in Alexandria, this is The ghastly walled city, charred and burnt from the previous season. It was crazy. “
Morgan’s Air-b-and-zom-b happens to be the home of Rick Grimes, and is the site of several onscreen brawls from previous seasons. Walls still sprayed with bullets where his 10-year-old son Gus was sleeping; Downstairs at breakfast, they were filling in the damage done by Lucille, Negan’s favorite weapon, a baseball bat wrapped with barbed wire. It was a strange place where school could run online, but, well, what’s the norm these days?
“They liked it silly!” Morgan says. “And having this 30-foot wall around town was also great, because I was able to let the kids and dogs out. I knew they couldn’t go anywhere.”
This morning, Morgan is a few miles away from that group, calling from his Ford F-150 Raptor – a pickup truck fit for a zombie apocalypse – after driving it for a daily COVID test. Gary’s shooting TWDThe eleventh and final season, a massive 24-episode episode ending in 2022. You can also watch the new Morgan movie, unholy, A supernatural horror movie where he plays a journalist who investigates a girl who, inexplicably, can cure patients, in theaters April 2. “Let’s face it – this year has been tough for everyone,” says Morgan. “But getting back to some kind of regular work schedule was a huge relief.”