On Feb. 10, E!Online spoke with David Morrissey, who plays the Governor in "The Walking Dead." The future of his character was discussed as well as some possible spoilers. If you do not want to know what might happen on the show, then stop reading.
David Morrissey confirmed that he is more dangerous now that he has lost everything. He no longer has his zombie daughter, Penny, and his town is in shambles. The people want to leave, thinking it is unsafe and some walkers did manage to find their way in, which led to a few deaths. The actor said that the Governor wants revenge with the world and that he is very bitter.
When the topic of Rick and the Governor came up, the actor revealed that his anger is not towards Rick, but with Michonne.
As far as what the future holds for Andrea, David Morrissey says that her character cares about the residents of Woodbury. He will either view that as a blessing and know that his people will be taken care of or he might try to use it to manipulate her.
One of the most interesting things that "The Walking Dead" actor said was,
"... The whole thing about the arena is fighting for your life. But if you put the Governor in the arena, does he consider his own life worth fighting for? That's always an interesting thing for me about the Governor: Where is the value, for him, of his own life?"
What do you think about what David Morrissey has said about the future of the Governor? What do you think will happen with his character on "The Walking Dead?"