Gwendoline Christie and John Bradley hype up Season 8 ahead of today’s premiere; Ramin Djawadi promises “intense” score

Is there anyone better at hyping up Game of Thrones than Gwendoline Christie? The actress behind Brienne of Tarth discusses the final season with such passion and honesty that I’m now looking forward to it even more. Also: John Bradley (Samwell Tarly) explains why the show’s ending now and teases the state of Westeros after […]

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Interview Roundup: Who’s taking home which storyboards, D&D on extras, and the cast makes their choice for the Iron Throne

Directors and showrunners will agree that extras don’t often get a lot of money, attention or even thanks for what they do — but they’ll also be the first to admit that without the multitudes of never-credited background actors, a show like Game of Thrones that requires armies, battle scenes and city streets alike would never be […]

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More Game of Thrones season 8 photos – and character teases – from EW!

Well, Game of Thrones fans, today is your lucky day! No, there’s no trailer yet, but – in addition to today‘s Entertainment Weekly covers and inside look at a key season 8 battle sequence – we have more promotional photos courtesy of EW to share. The stunning portraits also include hints at some of the characters’ storylines for […]

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CCXP highlights: Maisie Williams, John Bradley, and Weiss & Benioff look back on a decade of Thrones and tease Season 8

Brazil Comic Con (CCXP) in Sao Paulo, Brazil, is in its final day, but the weekend left behind some wonderful interview moments from showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, Maisie Williams (Arya Stark) and John Bradley (Samwell Tarly). While nothing truly spoilery was revealed, it was nice to see the promotion and publicity continue to ramp up ahead of the eighth […]

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Con of Thrones exclusive: Hannah Murray chats about Gilly’s growth and deserving credit for that “Prince Raggar” discovery

It’s quite possible that Gilly has had the most unexpected, most un-Game of Thrones-y character arc of any Game of Thrones character. It’s something Hannah Murray pointed out when we spoke to her at Con of Thrones. By the end of season 7, we’ve witnessed so many characters fall from grace and grow hardened as […]

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