Norman Reedus & JDM Mock Andrew Lincoln’s Sexy Mag Cover

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Awww! ‘The Walking Dead’s Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Norman Reedus are having a good laugh at Andrew Lincoln’s expense. You have to see this priceless pic of them mocking how Sheriff Rick cleaned up to be an elegant British magazine cover model!

See, The Walking Dead ‘s Negan isn’t totally evil after all! New super villain Jeffrey Dean Morgan, 50, and pal Norman Reedus, 47, can’t contain their hilarity over their co-star Andrew Lincoln‘s latest magazine cover. The 42-year-old Englishman looks like an ever so dapper gentleman on the cover of British men’s fashion Bible The Rake and the guys just can’t help but burst into laughter over the total 180 from his Rick Grimes character.

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Will The Walking Dead’s Negan Be Different From the Comics?

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As The Walking Dead’s post-finale teaser recently hinted, there’s a big reason to be excited for the second of half of the AMC drama’s season: Negan is coming!

Viewers first caught wind of the iconic graphic novel villain’s arrival earlier this year when AMC confirmed that Jeffrey Dean Morgan had been cast in the role. So, what does Morgan think about playing the foul-mouthed, murderous baddie? “This is such a departure from what especially TV viewers have seen of me,” Morgan tells TVGuide.com. “I try to not look at characters as if they’re sociopaths when I’m playing them. I think they’re completely rational human beings! That being said, [Negan’s] got his own motivations. … It was an opportunity that just doesn’t come around often.

But what fans really want to know is just how the comic book character will translate on screen. “As far as I know, it’s going to be very much parallel to the comic books,” Morgan hints. “If you know what’s coming, then I don’t have to tell you.

Translation: Somebody (Spoiler alert: It was this person in the comics) will be on the receiving end of Negan’s famous barb wire-wrapped baseball bat named Lucille. “I’m no p—y! I don’t mind handling a baseball bat!” Morgan says with a laugh. “I feel real comfortable with Lucille in my hands, let’s say that.”

Source: Tv Guide

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Halle Berry doesn’t want to share Jeffrey Dean Morgan with ‘The Good Wife’

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Jeffrey Dean Morgan was recently added to The Good Wife as a series regular, but his Extant co-star Halle Berry isn’t so sure she’s onboard with Morgan’s new gig.

“I don’t even know how I feel about sharing him with The Good Wife,” Berry joked during an interview with EW’s Lynette Rice in the Entertainment Weekly Lounge at San Diego Comic-Con. “I’m ambivalent. I’m not sure I’m happy about this yet. He’s my man. ‘What do you mean, going on The Good Wife?’”

Morgan was cast as Alex on the CBS drama, a “calm, experienced hourly investigator” hired by Alicia (Julianna Margulies) during the show’s upcoming seventh season. So, will Morgan and Marguiles start an on-screen relationship?

“He better not be,” Berry joked. “I’m going to be highly upset.”

Added Morgan: “Halle probably wouldn’t allow that, so I’m going to have to say no. ‘Halle won’t let me be your love interest, Julianna. I’m so sorry.’”

“He’s mine,” added Berry. Watch the video below.

Source: Entertainment Weekly

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Jeffrey Dean Morgan of ‘Magic City’ Sells in Studio City

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la-fi-hotprop-jeffrey-morgan-pictures-20131119-009 Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who stars on the Miami mobster series “Magic City,” has sold his Mediterranean-style home in Studio City for $2.115 million.

The character-infused five-bedroom, five-bathroom house, built in 2008, features wainscoting, beamed ceilings, wrought-iron stair railings and balconies.

The family room of the 4,320-square-foot home opens to the backyard, which includes a swimming pool and outdoor fireplace. There are fireplaces in the family room, living room and master bedroom.

Morgan’s film credits include “The Possession” (2012), “The Losers” (2010) and “Watchmen” (2009). He will star next year in the thriller “The Rut.” The 47-year-old actor has appeared in the series “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Supernatural.”

He bought the property in 2008 for $1.9 million, public records show.

Adrienne J. Kessler and Michael Bergin of Rodeo Realty were the listing agents. Michel Bron of Keller Williams Realty represented the buyer.

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