Isaac Hempstead Wright revels in crackpot Bran theories & Ellie Kendrick questions Meera return in Game of Thrones Season 8

Bran and Meera have been in quite a journey. Since she became his protector, her brother Jojen kicked the bucket, followed by Summer, the three-eyed raven, Leaf, and Hodor. And yet, Bran lives — Meera did her job! But is it done? Will she return before the end? And what does “the end” mean for […]

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Maisie Williams is looking forward to Game of Thrones ending and Ben Crompton teases a “brilliant” final season

As much as we, the fans, are dreading the end of Game of Thrones, it’s understandable that some some of the cast members are rather looking forward to it. Maisie Williams, who’s been playing Arya Stark since she was fourteen years old, admits that she’s “excited” for her tenure in Westeros to end. In other […]

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Kit Harington looking forward to the end & Winterfell set gets new defenses for an attack in Game of Thrones Season 8!

About a month ago we reported on the goings-on at Moneyglass, where the Winterfell set stands. Though we did point out “construction work at Moneyglass is par for the course,” the remodeling for season eight appeared to be particularly extensive at the castle’s walls — as if they were getting the set ready for a […]

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Game of Thrones prequel projects an “embarrassment of riches,” says HBO CEO

Richard Plepler traveled to Cannes today to receive the Variety Vanguard Award for “his contribution to the TV business” as HBO’s CEO at MIPCOM, an international trade show. During a keynote discussion with Variety, the HBO boss discussed Game of Thrones or, more specifically, the spin-off prequels in development, in rather glowing terms.

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Nikolaj Coster-Waldau might be exaggerating, and Liam Cunningham tells us who we won’t see in Season 8

Even though the leaks of the Season 7 scripts for Game of Thrones didn’t put a dent in its ratings — in fact, the season shattered viewership records left and right — the powers that be at HBO are trying every trick in the book to keep the upcoming Season 8 scripts on lockdown. Nikolaj Coster-Waldau seemed […]

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Emilia Clarke on wearing the Daenerys wig for eight years in Game of Thrones, the pains of filming with dragons, and more

Vogue Paris spoke to Emilia Clarke, mainly about representing Dolce & Gabanna alongside her Game of Thrones co-star Kit Harington, but also about her dragon-riding workout routine, her method for being comfortable in front of the camera, and what wearing the Daenerys wig for so long has meant for her personally.

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