Negan is the name on most people's lips right now, but David Morrissey has other ideas.
The former star, who played Philip Blake in seasons 3 and 4, reckons that his villain The Governor is the meanest of the lot, and insists that the character would handily take down Negan in a fight.."I think they would have to take each other on, and you know, it's obvious that there would be one winner in that, and that would be The Governor.
Described by the BBC as a “genre-busting thriller” based on the “mind-bending” 2009 novel by China Mieville, “The City and the City” follows the investigation of Inspector Tyador Borlu (Morrissey), a detective in the Extreme Crime Squad of the fictional rundown European city of Beszel, into the death of a foreign student.
He soon discovers that the dead girl came from Beszel’s sister city, Ul Qoma, and was involved in the political and cultural strife that exists between the two.
I had a word with [showrunner] Scott [Gimple] but I didn't know when he would die or if I would get to episode nine or 10.used its Comic-Con platform to debut the first trailer and announce the premiere date for its upcoming new season.Expanding to its biggest season to date with 16 episodes, the creators revealed Season 3 will launch Sunday, Oct. In addition, the third season will launch internationally the following day via Fox International.Read Morrissey's 15 Most Outrageous Quotes The release of the autobiography has been typically fraught for Morrissey.Although the book was originally scheduled to come out in September, Morrissey canceled its release three days before publication over a "last-minute content disagreement" with the publisher.