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There are generally two camps of Game of Thrones viewers: those who have read the books and are vocal about it, and those who haven’t read the books and are equally vocal about it. And it sounds like most of the actors purposefully don't fit into the former group.
Game of Thrones fans might have reason to rejoice after a punishing Season 5 finale. Photographic evidence has surfaced, leading some to believe that Kit Harington's days of knowing “nothing” as Jon Snow are not yet over.
The modern era of television can be summed up in many ways, with plenty of trends and tropes to choose as foundations. We’ve rounded up 11 of the most gruesome deaths TV characters have faced over the years. Yes, there will be spoilers.
Season 5 ofGame of Thrones certainly contained its share of amazing, crazy, and aggravating moments. In some cases a single moment counted as all of the above. The cast and crew are in the early stages of getting Season 6 going, and according to Emilia Clarke, it’s going to be even more insane.
The divisive scene was considered to be hard to watch by some and gratuitous by others, and many have questioned its inclusion on Game of thrones. Sophie Turner recently explained why she personally thinks her character didn’t fight during the big wedding night scene.
While putting together the scripts and layouts for Season 5, D.B. Weiss and David Benioff ultimately opted to streamline the plot and cut out the likes of Bran and Hodor. Here's what the actor had to say about his character getting picked back up.
In her years of playing Arya Stark on HBO’s Game of Thrones, actress Maisie Williams hasn’t exactly been directly mistaken for her fictional character, but people are keen to see just how immoral she might be. And sometimes she's just as keen to show them.
During the Game of Thrones panel at this year’s Comic-Con, a hilarious anecdote was told after moderator Chris Hardwick asked the cast if they ever had people yelling things at them, and it came complete with requisite rimshots of laughter after every other line.
When you’re the leader of the free the world you get to do a lot a lot of cool stuff. You get to meet all kinds of famous people from world leaders, to the Super Bowl Champions. You also get to corner TV directors and grill them about your favorite show. So what do you do when The President wants spoilers?
On the surface, everyone at Comic-Con is there to have a great time, but beneath that euphoric outside layer, there’s a really strong desire to be wowed. Thanks to years of shocking casting announcements and stunning footage displays, fans have learned to expect a ton, which is why this timing sucks for Game Of Thrones.
While we’ve known for a long time that Game of Thrones Season 5 crushed on HBO, we haven’t known exactly how well it was doing in terms of total viewership. Today, reports indicate that Game of Thrones has averaged a ton of viewers during Season 5. Details here.
A few weeks ago, Harington stated that his character is most definitely dead and will not be returning to Game of Thrones during Season 6. Words from the producers echoed the very same sentiment; then again, if Jon Snow were to come back in a shocking twist, they’d be unlikely to admit to that, either.
Game of Thrones’ fifth season not only caught up with the source material from the original novels, but in some instances, it has deviated from it radically. Thus, Season 6 could very well be a plunge into the unknown for all fans. It’s a scenario that one of the newly-announced Season 6 directors compares to the mystery of the late Lost.
The Game of Thrones Season 5 finale aired on HBO just a short time ago, leaving viewers with a huge cliffhanger related to none other than Jon Snow. Speculation has been rampant, but now a fellow cast member has spoken out.
There’s a lot of interest surrounding HBO’s Game of Thrones. This week, we’ve learned about a number of new characters who will appear in the upcoming season of Game of Thrones.