‘Walking Dead’ Season 7 Photo Sneak Peak

Entertainment Weekly has started releasing photos and info on season seven of The Walking Dead. There’s a new photo of Negan with his bat.

Producer Greg Nicotero spoke about the premiere, saying, “Yes, who was at the receiving end of Negan’s bat will be revealed in the first episode.”

He also mentions that we will be seeing lots of Negan rants, saying “Negan is that kind of guy,” says Nicotero. “He’s the kind of guy who imagines himself on stage at a high school production and he loves every second of it. So, I don’t really see a lot of quiet contemplative moments with Negan. I feel like with Negan it’s really going to be about him gesticulating and him sort of relishing in the sound of his own voice while he commands the stage in front of whoever’s alive.”

That’s all for now, but EW says they have more coming in the next few days.

Source: EW

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