The end of Sunday night's The Walking Dead episode teased the return of David Morrissey as The Governor, who we also saw in trailers for this week's upcoming episode, "Live Bait", airing Sunday, November 17 at 9 PM ET on AMC. Today, we have three more photos of this former Woodbury leader, who is seen making camp by himself, possibly reflecting on the massive rampage he went on in the Season 3 finale. Take a look at these photos, then tune in Sunday night to see what this nefarious, one-eyed character has been up to.Read More
Back in February, we reported that David Morrissey will play The Governor in Season 3 of The Walking Dead. Now that production is under way in Atlanta, we have the first look at the actor who portrays the leader of Woodbury, another settlement of survivors which Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) has to deal with this season.
CLICK HERE to visit TVWeb for a look at the photo, then check out what executive producer Robert Kirkman had to say about this villainous character's addition to the show.Read More
Earlier this year, we http://movieweb.com/exclusive-the-walking-dead-wants-john-hawkes-as-the-governor-tom-savini-campaigning-for-the-role/chatted with horror legend Tom Savini, who revealed that he was actively campaigning for the role of The Governor on The Walking Dead Season 3. AMC wanted Academy Award-nominate actor John Hawkes, who declined the role.
It looks as though Tom Savini wasn't their ideal replacement. They have now officially cast the coveted and all-important role of The Governor, announcing today that David Morrissey (best known in the states for his roles in movies such as Blitz and Centurion) has won the part.Read More