‘The Walking Dead’ actor Marquand sheds light on ‘Aaron’ and ‘Negan’ dispute


As fans eagerly await the release of the spin-off series The Walking Dead which will deepen the relationships between the various characters from the original series, actor, Ross Marquand has teased fans about the upcoming spinoff series, Isle of the Dead featuring Maggie and Negan’s relationship.

The Walking Dead is one of the popular American post-apocalyptic horror television series. Based on the comic book series of the same name by Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore and Charlie Adlard, the series features the journey of zombie apocalypse survivors. It consisted of an ensemble cast namely Andrew Lincoln as Rick Grimes, Laurie Holden as Andrea, Steven Yeun as Glenn Rhee, Norman Reedus as Daryl Dixon, Melissa McBride as Carol Peletier, Lauren Cohan as Maggie Greene, Jeffrey Dean Morgan like Negan, among others.

Ross Marquand Reveals How ‘Aaron’ and ‘Maggie’ Tolerate ‘Negan’

According to ComicBook, Ross Marquand who plays Aaron in The Walking Dead, recently opened up about the history between her character, Maggie and Negan and revealed that Maggie will never forgive Negan for killing her husband Gless on the show. Moreover, he even mentioned that even Aaron won’t start over with Negan despite the latter saving him twice in the series. When asked if Aaron would ever forgive Negan, Marquand replied, “I don’t think he can.”

Ross Marquand further explained how Aaron and Maggie were similar in some way and added that Aaron had so many occasions in the past where he could easily kill Negan, but Aaron was a big fan of forgiveness. He explained: “I think Aaron has more than tolerated Negan over the past few seasons. I mean, there’s so many times he definitely could have killed him, [like] when they were off on their own little private mission when Aaron was partially blinded for a second by giant hogweed. I’m a big fan of forgiveness, I know Aaron is a big fan of forgiveness too, but I think there’s just certain things like killing a loved one, senseless, pointless, totally unfathomable killing and inexcusable from a loved one for no other reason than just to intimidate.”

Talking about whether Maggie or Aaron will ever be able to forgive Negan, he added that they will never be able to and that it’s okay because some of the wounds are too deep. However, he expressed joy at how Negan got some sort of redemption arc over the past few seasons and it was nice to see him transform into a different person and a better human.

Image: Instagram/@rossmarquand

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