Gemma Whelan discusses Yara’s ‘humiliating’ walk, while Indira Varma weighs in on Ellaria’s haunting goodbye

Being captured at sea and dragged through the streets against your will by a deranged uncle isn’t going to do anything for family togetherness, but it’s also a humiliating experience for a strong-willed fighter like Yara Greyjoy. However, Gemma Whelan, who plays the Ironborn warrior, tells Entertainment Weekly that it could have been much worse.

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Jacob Anderson chats about Grey Worm’s conundrum on Casterly Rock and filming that love scene with Nathalie Emmanuel

At the end of “The Queen’s Justice” we left Grey Worm in a tight spot, stranded on Casterly Rock with Euron Greyjoy and his fleet coming in for the attack. So it’s a strange comfort to know that Jacob Anderson conducted his interview with The Hollywood Reporter nice and safe in a farm house outside of Oxfordshire, […]

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Game of Thrones Weekend Quick Hits: Kit Harington, Carice Van Houten, Gemma Whelan & cinematographer Robert McLachlan

In a quick interview roundup on the eve of “The Queen’s Justice:” Kit Harington chats about the Jon Snow/Daenerys Targaryen meeting we’ve all been waiting for; Gemma Whelan talks about exploring Euron’s psychopathy with Pilou Asbæk. Carice Van Houten discusses audience sensitivity to sexuality; cinematographer Robert McLachlan hints at how we’ll likely react to upcoming episodes and […]

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Pilou Asbæk on Euron’s changeable personality, seeking a spectacular death, and his endgame in the ‘game of thrones’

It’s fair to say Euron made quite a splash in “Stormborn”. He wreaked havoc on Dany’s Dornish and Greyjoy allies, killing two characters, capturing three others, and humiliating another one. In new interviews, Pilou Asbæk went over Euron’s actions this episode, as well as last season and this year’s premiere… and teased what’s to come […]

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