Game of Thrones cast judge who deserves the Iron Throne & Lena Headey on the Walk of Atonement, Jaime, and Cersei as Queen

As the surviving Stark children —Kit Harington, Sophie Turner, Maisie Williams, and Isaac Hempstead-Wright— judge who should end up sitting on the Iron Throne for EW, Time continues their season seven coverage with a fascinating talk to Lena Headey. The actress discusses the importance of the Walk of Atonement, her surprise at becoming Queen Regnant, […]

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Curtain Call: Eugene Simon

To salute Eugene Simon’s performance as Brother Lancel, formerly Lannister, we have a guest post by WotW friend and surveymaster James Rivers. On most television shows, an actor must portray how his character changes over time. Sometimes that change is transformative and quick, but usually it happens more slowly. Eugene Simon did not have that […]

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Promise Me, Nerd: Part 1

Nerds, nerds, nerds! It happened! IT HAPPENED! …Okay, a lot of stuff happened on Game of Thrones. This sucker was big. So big that, in advance, I prepared TWO (2) season-ending Twitter posts! So before y’all go HAYWIRE about the shortened length of this one… it’s actually longer. Twitter hashtags for “The Winds of Winter” […]

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The showrunners address the future of Game of Thrones; Bella Ramsey and Dean-Charles Chapman discuss that big finale

“The Winds of Winter” was loaded with action and dramatic turns, and our heads are still spinning. Thankfully,  Game of Thrones interviews are flowing freely this week, providing more insight into the key moments of the season finale. Bella Ramsey has made a splash in her few appearances on Game of Thrones this season, as […]

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