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The Walking Dead’s Jeffrey Dean Morgan Slams T-shirt Racism Controversy: ‘People Are Stupid’

The Walking Dead’s Jeffrey Dean Morgan Slams T-shirt Racism Controversy: ‘People Are Stupid’
Holy crap people are stupid. 'Walking Dead’ Shirt Pulled From Stores After Complaint of Racism https://t.co/cpeIqcxTwJ

Jeffrey Dean Morgan (@JDMorgan) February 22, 2017

A version of this story originally appeared on EW.com.

Jeffrey Dean Morgan is shocked and stunned by The Walking Dead T-shirt controversy — shocked and stunned, that is, that anybody would find the shirt controversial in the first place.

To recap: U.K. department chain Primark pulled a Walking Dead T-shirt from its stores after a customer complained the clothing item is “racist” and “offensive.” The shirt featured Negan’s signature Lucille baseball bat and his victim-selecting rhyme,
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Jeffrey Dean Morgan Slams Twd T-Shirt Controversy: 'People Are Stupid'

Jeffrey Dean Morgan Slams Twd T-Shirt Controversy: 'People Are Stupid'
The Walking Dead has walked right into a real-life controversy… and the man who plays Negan has come out swinging.

British retail chain Primark pulled a Negan-themed Walking Dead T-shirt from its shelves this week, after a customer objected to the graphic on it that reads “Eeny Meeny Miny Moe,” calling it “racist” and “offensive.” And star Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who plays Negan on AMC’s zombie hit, didn’t mince words while reacting to the decision, tweeting on Wednesday, “Holy crap people are stupid.”

Holy crap people are stupid. 'Walking Dead’ Shirt Pulled From Stores After Complaint of Racism https://t.
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Jeffrey Dean Morgan Blasts ‘Walking Dead’ T-Shirt Uproar: ‘People Are Stupid’

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Jeffrey Dean Morgan Blasts ‘Walking Dead’ T-Shirt Uproar: ‘People Are Stupid’
The Walking Dead” star Jeffrey Dean Morgan had a short and sweet response to the growing uproar surrounding a T-shirt promoting the AMC series in which he stars. “Holy crap people are stupid,” Morgan tweeted, along with a link to TheWrap’s own story about a “Walking Dead”-themed shirt that was removed for sale by a British clothing retailer after a complaint that the shirt was “racist” and “fantastically offensive.” The shirt in question bore the image of a baseball bat and the message “Eeny Meeny Miny Moe” — a reference to a scene from the AMC zombie drama in which Negan (Morgan) is deciding.
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‘Walking Dead’ Shirt Pulled From Stores After Racism Complaint

  • The Wrap
‘Walking Dead’ Shirt Pulled From Stores After Racism Complaint
The Walking Dead” has once again caused an uproar, and this time it’s not over onscreen gore or a shocking character death. A “Walking Dead” T-shirt has been removed for sale by a British clothing retailer, after a complaint that the shirt was “racist” and “fantastically offensive.” The shirt in question bore the image of a baseball bat and the message “Eeny Meeny Miny Moe” — a reference to a scene from the AMC zombie drama in which Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) is deciding who in the protagonist group to kill. Also Read: Jeffrey Dean Morgan Blasts 'Walking Dead' T-Shirt Uproar: 'People Are.
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The Walking Dead: Carol’s a tough nut to crack edition

After the “Eeny Meeny Miny Mo” Negan premiere episode, what a clever spin to have a man come a knockin’ on Carol’s new doorstep with a tiger by his toes. But before we get there, the latest The Walking Dead episode — The Well — was a complete bandaging to the gaping wounds of the gory first one, which will forever make fans flinch when a baseball bat is nearby. It also shows us that Carol (Melissa McBride) continues to be our favorite Walking Dead character hands down. And Morgan and King Ezekiel have good taste by this upstart clever middle-aged woman who...read more
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What to Expect From The Walking Dead's Season 7 Premiere

The seventh season of The Walking Dead is about to come roaring into our lives. And, well, even after months of healing, we still haven't fully recovered from the traumatic cliffhanger and Negan's twisted game of Eeny Meeny Miny Moe. In the months since the end of season six, we've already amassed details about the next chapter, but the season's starting point is so highly anticipated, we're going over exactly what you can expect from that first episode. Get ready, because this Sunday might change everything . . . for the worse.
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‘Walking Dead’ Season 7 Comic-Con Trailer Puts Negan Front and Center (Video)

‘Walking Dead’ Season 7 Comic-Con Trailer Puts Negan Front and Center (Video)
(Spoiler alert: Please do not keep reading if you’re not caught up on “The Walking Dead”) “The Walking Dead” Season 7 trailer unveiled at San Diego Comic-Con on Friday showed Negan in all his glory. In the new teaser, we see all of Negan’s victims as they flashback to happy memories from the show, all while he taunts them with his sadistic game of Eeny Meeny Miny Mo. We also get our first look at King Ezekiel, who will be played by Khary Payton, along with his homebase, The Kingdom, and his pet tiger, Shiva. During the same panel,
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‘The Walking Dead’ Finale: Negan Makes His Mark in Bloody Debut (Spoilers)

‘The Walking Dead’ Finale: Negan Makes His Mark in Bloody Debut (Spoilers)
Spoiler alert: Do not read on unless you’ve seen “The Walking Dead” Season 6 finale, episode 16, titled “Last Day on Earth.”

After months of build-up, Jeffrey Dean Morgan finally made his “Walking Dead” debut as Negan in the Season 6 finale, and one member of Rick’s group paid the ultimate price for their continued attacks on the Saviors. Unfortunately for us, we’ll have to wait until Season 7 to find out who.

In a scene practically torn from Robert Kirkman’s comics, Negan lined up our survivors and played a chilling game of Eeny Meeny Miny Mo to determine which one he’d kill with his barbed wire-covered baseball bat Lucille, mostly as a way of setting an example to the rest of the group. Negan made it clear that he didn’t want to take out all of Rick’s gang (despite the fact that they’ve murdered plenty
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The Apprentice 2014: episode two as it happened

In the opening episode, black belt Chiles was given the chop. Whose dreams of business-partnership glory did Lord Sugar bludgeon tonight? Julia Raeside was watching

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If youve been affected by anything youve seen in tonights episode of The Apprentice, you can tweet me @jnraeside but dont expect sympathy or anything. I have to do this every week. You could just walk away. Until next week!

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As my hands go into spasm, Id like to thank those of you who did this Two nights in a row. We all deserve a stiff drink for such dedication. Please, if you feel able to after a week of rest and contemplation, do come back and join me for episode three on Wednesday, thats Wednesday, next week. Its going to be great. I will light scented candles to get me in the mood. I suggest you do the same.

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2010 Portland Oregon Women’s Film Festival (Pow!): Official Lineup

The 3rd annual Portland Oregon Women’s Film Festival (Pow!) has announced their full festival lineup, which includes 44 films from all over the world. The fest will run March 18-21 at the Hollywood Theatre.

Maybe this year, the Pow! fest will have something extra to celebrate if Kathryn Bigelow wins the Best Directing Academy Award on March 7th. Bigelow is the odds on favorite to take home the Oscar statuette this year for directing The Hurt Locker and, if she does, she’d be the first woman ever to do so. Actually, only four women have ever even been nominated: Bigelow, Lina Wertmuller, Jane Campion and Sofia Coppola.

The lineup below proves that women are a powerful force sitting in the director’s chair and Pow! has assembled an impressive lineup of animated films, shorts, features, documentaries, experimental films and more:

March 18

7:00 p.m.: “Local Shorts”

Nous Deux Encore,
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