‘The Walking Dead’ Rumors, Updates: Did Negan Kill the Wrong Character?
When AMC TV series The Walking Dead returns on October 23 for its seventh season, one character will die. Back in the finale of The Walking Dead Season 6, we saw Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) swinging his bat named Lucille.
Towards the end, the camera view changed, showing the helpless soul's sight. While Negan was mercilessly beating this person's skull, the view becomes dimmer and dimmer, fading, until we only see black screen. Watch the TWD Season 6 Finale below.
The end of The Walking Dead Season 6 also marked the end of this character, for good. He or she may still have small part left in Season 7, perhaps the last scene or perhaps a proper burial, but that's it. Well, if you have not picked up The Walking Dead comics yet, you might want to stop reading from hereon.
There's but one big question about how the scene was shot. By the way, before anything else, let's answer that burning question and reveal the person who met his end. Yes, the victim's a man, and yes, it's Glenn, who was played by Steven Yeun.
Now going back to that question as to who Negan killed in the TV series and its connection with how the scene was shot, the leader of The Savior is having problem trying to pick who his victim will be. But then he got the brightest, deadliest idea.
Eeny, meeny, miny, moe, catch a tiger by the toe.If he hollers, let him go.
My mother told me to pick the very best one, and you are it.
Many believe Negan was towards his right side. It's not Glenn for crying out loud. Glenn is kneeling at Negan farthest left. So did Negan kill a different character? Or was it just a camera trick?
Yet it could just be a camera trick. Negan walked towards his victim, pointed Lucille directly towards his face. Watch closely how Negan tilted his body to his right when he mentioned "cut the boy's other eye," referring to Carl (Chandler Riggs).
Carl was kneeling next to Eugene (Josh McDermitt), who was at the other end. And for someone to make a motion the way Negan did, it's a way of pointing to someone farthest from where he stands. And who's kneeling at the opposite end? Guess the showrunners did follow the comic book after all. Goodbye Glenn.
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