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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Emilia Clarke, Sophie Turner, Maisie Williams & more on Game of Thrones ending and notorious Dany-Sansa meeting

It appears the floodgates for last month’s press junket have opened, as we’re being barraged by so many interviews with most of the main Game of Thrones cast. As usual, don’t expect them to accidentally spoil anything about season eight—they’re all old pros at this, after all—, but damn it if their stories from the […]

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Thrones Season 8 Round-Up: Emilia Clarke promises a “whopper”, Sophie and her hair, and Cunningham on the end

The more we learn about life on a Game of Thrones set, the more we can appreciate everything that went into creating that on-screen grittiness. Sophie Turner, Emilia Clarke and Liam Cunningham recently talked about their experiences on Game of Thrones, with Clarke discussing the complex emotions she feels to be leaving the show behind, Cunningham hyping the […]

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Maisie Williams Adds Tom Hanks to Kill List, Liam Cunningham Teases Season 1 Audition, And More

Game of Thrones season 8 might be barely visible on the (very distant) 2019 skyline, but the cast is making the rounds as animatedly as ever. In an interview with GQ, Liam Cunningham (Ser Davos Seaworth) teases a season 1 role for which he was originally considered, and amps up excitement for season 8. On the TV side of things, Maisie Williams […]

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