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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Jacob Anderson wishes Varys was a merman, Michele Clapton talks dressing two queens, and more

With season 7 of Game Of Thrones ending Sunday, the dust has just now settled here at the Wall from a frenzy of recaps, roundups, post-mortems, analyses and interviews from cast and crew about the epic season finale. However, despite officially entering the offseason, the news is still coming fast and thick. Here’s what we’ve rounded […]

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Isaac Hempstead Wright on which scene was cut from the finale and that Night King theory

How the Arya-Sansa-Littlefinger intrigue at Winterfell ended elicited a mixed response from viewers, but it’s generally accepted that Bran was able to tap into his Three-Eyed Raven abilities to put the final nail in Littlefinger’s coffin (pardon me while I savor his demise one more time…mmm). Actor Isaac Hempstead Wright confirmed in a recent interview with Variety that […]

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Kit Harington on ‘setting the template’ for season 8 and growing up with Jon Snow

Imagine forming an instant bond with someone, an intimate one that sees you through nearly a decade of your life and provides you with incredible experiences and memories. That’s how Kit Harington described his relationship to his Game Of Thrones character, Jon Snow. “I’ve played him all through my 20s — and his 20s, too, really […]

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Game of Thrones cast on Season 7 alliances and conflicts; Jessica Henwick’s “in character” interview as Nymeria

The season premiere of Game of Thrones seventh season is almost upon us, and the interviews keep rolling in. Entertainment Weekly brings us a look at the coming conflict between Cersei (Lena Headey) and Daenerys (Emilia Clarke), the cast shares their thoughts on other character clashes and alliances with TVLine, and Jessica Henwick does a […]

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