Sophie Turner and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau reflect on Game of Thrones, defend Season 8’s controversial Sansa and Jaime scenes

There have been many post-mortems about Game of Thrones since the series finale aired, some by the cast members themselves. Today we bring you what I believe are two particularly strong interviews with Sophie Turner and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, in which they reflect on the end of not only an era of television but of their […]

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New set rises on Belfast as pre-production ramps up for Game of Thrones spin-off!

While our gazes are understandably focused on tomorrow’s season eight premiere, that’s not all that’s happening in the world of Game of Thrones, as pre-production continues for Jane Goldman’s prequel, reportedly set during the Long Night, starring the likes of Naomi Watts, Miranda Richardson, John Simm, and many others. At Paint Hall Studios on Belfast, […]

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Game of Thrones production designer Riley, EP Caulfield explain delayed Season 8, claim “it will never get better than this”

“Can I have a picture?” A small crowd had formed around Game of Thrones’ Production Designer Deborah Riley and Executive Producer Bernie Caulfield this past Monday as they held court in the airy atrium of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian. In a night of trivia, factoids, humor and heart, an auditorium crammed […]

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Director Alan Taylor Breaks Down Ned Stark Execution Scene, David Benioff and Dan Weiss to Receive International Emmys

What do we do to stave off those remaining few days before Game of Thrones returns for its final season? Anything we can, of course! Today, that includes a video in which veteran director Alan Taylor does a play-by-play of season 1’s episode 9, Baelor, or, more specifically, the (spoilers) death of Ned Stark (Sean Bean). In other news, […]

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