Sean Bean solves the mystery of Ned’s final words, makes his pick for who wins the Iron Throne

It was the moment that shook Game of Thrones viewers to the core: the Season 1 beheading of Ned Stark (Sean Bean), one of the show’s most important characters (and before Kit Harington, Emilia Clarke and others became household names, arguably its biggest star). It set the precedent that no one was safe in the dangerous […]

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HBO on Season 8’s Tearful Read through, Many Deaths, and Spinoff Budgets & How Rose Leslie avoids Game of Thrones spoilers

At the recent INTV conference in Israel, HBO SVP of drama, Francesca Orsi, programming president, Casey Bloys and drama chief, David Levin talked about the Game of Thrones cast’s emotional reaction to season 8 and the pre-production challenges of those much-anticipated spinoffs. Fair warning, there are no spoilers ahead but if you’re having an emotionally […]

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Iain Glen: ‘Thrones’ final season will be bigger and more unexpected than ever

The Red Wedding. The (immeasurably more satisfying) Purple Wedding. Cersei blowing up the Sept of Baelor. Over seven seasons Game of Thrones has taught fans to stay on their toes, and according to Iain Glen (Ser Jorah Mormont), the eighth and final season will be no different. “Always expect the unexpected in GoT. That’s what […]

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Rose Leslie Avoids Season 8 Spoilers from Kit Harington; Sophie Turner Plans for Life After Thrones

You know nothing…Ygritte? It doesn’t quite roll off the tongue — and sounds like the kind of joke that would earn Jon Snow a scowl from his red-haired wildling love — but Rose Leslie (Ygritte) doesn’t want the end of Game of Thrones spoiled for her, even if her fiancé Kit Harington (Jon Snow) is one of the show’s biggest stars. […]

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Maisie Williams Won’t Spoil Season 8 and Dismisses Multiple Filmed Endings Claim; Season 7 Wins Costume Designers Award

In news you already knew, but just love to be teased with anyway, Maisie Williams (Arya Stark) appeared on Jimmy Kimmel the other night, and giggled her way through her interview, because she can’t tell us anything she knows about Game of Thrones season 8. However! The details were there, if only one chooses to […]

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Lena Headey says ‘everybody cried’ during final read-through; art director teases March production schedule

We suspected as much, but according to Lena Headey, we’ll have to get the tissues ready for Season 8 of Game of Thrones. “We did a massive read-through in October, and I think pretty much everybody cried at one point,” Headey, who plays the smirking, wine-swilling, half-mad Cersei Lannister, said in a recent interview with Mashable. […]

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