Jeffrey Dean Morgan asks 'creepy' fans to quit flocking to his house
Jeffrey Dean Morgan who plays the character of Negan on AMC's 'The Walking Dead' has asked fans to quit flocking in front of his house as it is rude. He made it quite clear that he does not want any uninvited guests lurking around his property. The 52-year-old posted to his 639,000 followers on Twitter: "Dear people that think it’s a solid plan to come to our house, take pictures, drive up to the house, knock on door… it’s not a good plan.’ He also added, "It’s rude and creepy. Respect our privacy, please. And… you’re being recorded."
Hilarie Burton had her husband's back on this as she too tweeted enhancing his point, "Nothing makes me angrier." The two have been a couple for almost a decade and have two children- an eight-year-old son, Augustus and a four-month-old daughter, George.
Fans were quick to respond to the tweet, with one fan bagging the award for the best response with his reply. Ryan Hurst tweeted: "Look. I’m sorry. Now please let me out of the basement! I won’t do it again!" The next best response was a gif of Morgan in the character of Negan, who reacts on meeting Father Gabriel for the first time.
On the other hand, Morgan seems to have also revealed some spoilers for the upcoming season of 'The Walking Dead', with his long grown beard hinting at a final battle. Although it seems that Rick, being the hero, will emerge as the winner, it is not clear yet if he will actually kill Negan or spare him. DigitalSpy states that with Morgan being spotted with a growing beard could suggest that the series will probably take the comic storyline.
Rick and Negan get into a physical brawl at the end of the all-out war in the comics. Rick beats Negan but it is revealed after a jump into the future that instead of killing him Negan was locked up in a makeshift jail cell in Alexandria. Negan is seen sitting inside the cell with a serene smile on his heavily bearded face, and he says, "After all this time...all these talks...the things we've shared. Do you still want to kill me?"
'The Walking Dead' season nine will return this fall, and its sister show on AMC, 'Fear the Walking Dead' which airs on Sundays at 9 p.m. will return for the second half of the fourth season on August 12.
Apart from starting to film for the ninth season of the television series, Morgan also is making appearances for his movie career. He has been seen promoting the movie Rampage alongside Dwayne Johnson lately. In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, the star also admitted how a little bit of Negan slipped into his role in Rampage. Since the series and Rampage shot at the same time in Georgia, it meant that Morgan was jumping back and forth between productions. And that's how he noticed that some of the mannerisms of his TV character could have affected his role in the movie which is out now.