'The Walking Dead' Comic-Con Posters Play Up That Cliffhanger Finale

Previous reports also confirmed actors who are now series regulars, which include Jeffrey Dean Morgan , Tom Payne (Jesus), Xander Berkeley (Gregory), and Austin Amelio (Dwight). "Some of the incoming directors, when they come in, they read all the scripts", Greg Nicotero told Comic Book regarding Negan's scene in the Season 7 premiere.

'Walking Dead' Season 7 Character Posters Tease Negan's Victim

Who will Negan strike from The Walking Dead? With producers Gale Anne Hurd, Scott Gimple and Greg Nicotero also in attendance, talk was of course about the big cliffhanger, in which Jeffrey Dean Morgan's Negan killed (or appeared to kill) one of our heroes.

Klan leader, 'overjoyed' by presidential ticket, plans to run for Senate

In Metairie, a predominantly white and Republican stronghold in the New Orleans area where Duke once was elected to the state House of Representatives, voters expressed mixed feelings about Duke's interest in returning into politics. "The Republican Party opposes, in the strongest possible terms, David Duke's candidacy for any public office". This Senate run is not his first rodeo - back in 1990, he ran unsuccessfully for U.S.

Ivanka markets her look after RNC speech

Ivanka Trump is thought to be one of Donald Trump's most influential advisers, a person who can persuade him to hire or fire someone. Ivanka's speech before her father's 75-minute address to the hall was "the high point of the convention for me", said California delegate Shawn Steel.

With Cruz's speech, another fiasco at Trump's chaotic convention

Instead the story is about convention chaos, dissension in the Republican ranks and people lashing out angrily at Cruz, who never once criticized Trump in his remarks or said anything necessarily unhelpful to the ticket. The candidate has provided relatively few, and thin, policy proposals. "It's a hope and a prayer that we get the Republican party back together", she said.

US Senator Ted Cruz jeered, wife escorted out at raucous Republican convention

US Senator Ted Cruz jeered, wife escorted out at raucous Republican convention

The crowd's boos quickly switched to cheers as Trump entered the arena at the moment Cruz finished. Instead, he told the Republican National Convention to "vote your conscience". "I can't believe he didn't endorse him, because he claims to be a Christian, and maybe Donald Trump was right", New Mexico delegate Cecilia Cdebaca told The Post's Philip Rucker after Cruz's speech.