2020 has long been considered the worst year in modern history, but now my fellow Game of Thrones fans and I have officially been kicked while down. Our utterly beloved Queen of Thorns – the Matriarchal Tyrell Rose of Highgarden, aka Olenna Tyrell – Dame Diana Rigg has died, leaving an unfillable hole in our hearts. It is with immense sorrow that I write this, as few actors on Game of Thrones have ever left such a mark in their time on screen as did she.
After a week of great participation from Watchers on the Wall readers around the world, it’s time to announce the winners of our HalloweenCostumes.com Giveaway! Chosen from entrants on Twitter, Facebook and here at Watchers, we offered up three amazing prizes from HalloweenCostumes.com’s wide selection of Game of Thrones costumes. With fall coming and the spookiest of holidays around the corner, a few of our readers are about to receive a timely and fun gift.
Now, without further ado, our three lucky HalloweenCostumes.com prize winners are…
Autumn is coming! And with it, Halloween, our favorite night of the year. Get ready for your socially distant gatherings this October and start prepping for next year’s cons with our newest worldwide giveaway, thanks to HalloweenCostumes.com. We’re giving away three Game of Thrones costumes to our readers from the site’s wide selection. Live your dragon fantasy or walk the walls of your own “castle” in a fun costume this fall, and enter to win!
How to enter? Check out the selection here and at HalloweenCostumes.com, leave a comment, and discover more ways to win below!
George R.R. Martin took a break from writing The Winds of Winter earlier today (yes, guys, he really is hard at work on it) to share his thoughts on the reductive legacies of complicated historical figures and how to best reconcile their virtues with their shortcomings.
In these uncertain times it’s deeply comforting to hear that at least one thing is still on track … and that’s the Game of Thrones prequel series, House of the Dragon. A casting call has surfaced for the role of Daemon Targaryen, who is slated to be one of the leads in the series. In other news, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau recently said he “almost wanted” to donate to the petition to remake season 8 of Game of Thrones.
Earlier today, George R.R. Martin updated his Not A Blog to tell us that he has resumed his seat before his old-school word processor in his mysterious, isolated mountain cabin and is back in action, working away on The Winds of Winter.
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We’ve had a great couple weeks with our Game of Thrones Super Summer Giveaway, and it’s finally time to announce the winners! We’re giving away five fun prize packages, loaded with sweet GoT merch for fans around the world. Are you one of the lucky winners? Click on through and find out!
If you’re of the opinion that some gorgeous A Song of Ice and Fire artwork would brighten your life up right now (and, really, why wouldn’t it?), I have some good news for you. Penguin Random House’s 2021 A Song of Ice and Fire calendar is available for purchase!
We here at Watchers on the Wall don’t often report on the personal lives of Game of Thrones actors, but we’re making an exception for this one. Sophie Turner, our Queen of the North, and her husband Joe Jonas have become parents!
It’s been over a year since we were forced to say “goodbye” to Missandei of Naath, but we certainly haven’t seen the last of Nathalie Emmanuel. In a recent interview, Emmanuel took a break from discussing her many upcoming projects to talk about Missandei, her on-set rapport with Emilia Clarke and why it’s important for shows to feature diverse casts.