While attending a preview event for the Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience, Liam Cunningham and Jacob Anderson spoke to IGN about season 7 and some “ludicrous” fan theories.
It’s time for a Game of Thrones casting update, this fine cold morning! We’ll be checking in with a previously known casting addition, and adding another name to the roster for season seven.
Last fall, actress Megan Parkinson was spotted on the Game of Thrones set in Northern Ireland. Photographs showed the young actress wearing northern-style dress, leading us to speculate she might be playing the role of the 16-year-old Northern girl said to be taking part in “a high-stakes scene with leading cast members.”
Luckily, Parkinson’s CV has since been updated with information about her role on Game of Thrones.
Prepare yourself. Music is coming. The much anticipated Game of Thrones Live Concert national tour is only days away from kicking off in Minneapolis. A new promo has been released featuring a timescape montage of the construction and rehearsal process currently underway and Ramin Djawadi chats about what audiences can look forward to.
We have another giveaway winner to announce this week! Many entered, but only one person will be taking home the new Game of Thrones Stannis Baratheon Figure from Dark Horse Comics.
For those of you who don’t win today- the Stannis Figure is available now everywhere. So if you want to pick up the eight-inch collectible, visit Amazon or another store, and claim what is yours by right.
Now, it’s time to announce the winner!
Game of Thrones is coming to an end. Not today, not tomorrow, not even this year. Nevertheless, slowly but surely, the end of the show approaches. The seventh season may be many months away for us but, by the time we are able to watch it, the cast and crew will have begun working on a new season of Game of Thrones… For the last time. How are they handling this? Is parting ways with the show even more difficult for the actors than for fans? Today, three stars of the show answered that question… and of course hyped up season seven: Liam Cunningham, Jacob Anderson and Alfie Allen.
Game of Thrones composer extradordinaire Ramin Djawadi visited with NPR today, just ahead of the Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience tour, to discuss his widely celebrated work on the HBO show. The concerts, which kick off next week in Minnesota, feature the GoT music in immersive live performances, and will be conducted by Djawadi himself.
He spoke with NPR‘s David Greene about his process for creating music for the show, including the well-known “no flutes!” maxim which the composer laughs about in the interview. Djawadi doesn’t necessarily need to have watched a scene to be composing for it, as he explains.
Last week, FandangoNOW announced that they had created a new relationship with HBO Home Entertainment, making the network’s original content available for purchase via digital download on FandangoNOW. Individual episodes and seasons of award-winning HBO content including Game of Thrones, The Sopranos, Girls, Divorce, Insecure, The Night Of, and Band of Brothers are now available with more to come soon.
Seeing as how we are addicted to giving stuff away to our readers, we joined the fray and held a giveaway to celebrate the occasion. Courtesy of FandangoNOW, TWO winners have been randomly selected to receive $50 each toward the purchase of any of the newly added HBO series, or even something else from the thousands of hours of film and TV content available for download from the site.
And the winners of the giveaway are…
Conleth Hill chats about his initial ambivalence towards joining Game of Thrones and Sophie Turner hints at her future filming schedule (implicit spoilers below).
The filming of Game of Thrones is winding down, and with the delay of the season 7 premiere, it’s unclear when we can expect a teaser or trailer this year. We may be entering a strange low off-period of doldrums, so what better time for a giveaway? And this month, we have a toy that fans have been waiting for, for quite a while now!
The newest figure from Dark Horse Comics‘ line of official Game of Thrones collectibles, released just a couple weeks ago, is Stannis Baratheon. Sculpted in the likeness of actor Stephen Dillane, who brought the character to life on the HBO show, the figure stands eight inches tall. Stannis is depicted ready for battle, with his flaming-heart breastplate and carrying a sword. The figure retails for $27.99, and is available in stores everywhere, but one lucky WotW reader will win this figure!
For the next week, we’re accepting entries in a worldwide giveaway. To enter, all you need to do is leave a comment! (See below for more entry methods.)