Game of Thrones ending “not going to be that different” from books, Martin says; cast and crew tease Season 8 ending

Ahead of tomorrow’s 60 Minutes Game of Thrones special, CBS has released a part of the program in which Anderson Cooper interviews George R.R. Martin, and the A Song of Ice and Fire author is more open than ever about his feelings on the show coming to an end, especially before his books do, and […]

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The cast do the rounds of talk shows, joke around, promise emotionally “terrible” Season 8, “can’t imagine a better ending”

With the final season premiere a few days away, it’s Game of Thrones week on American TV talk shows, where much of the cast are making regular appearances. Among many others, Kit Harington teases a final season that will be “terrible” for our hearts, John Bradley gives a heartfelt speech on what playing Samwell Tarly […]

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“The Cast Remembers” – 12 characters get send-off by Game of Thrones Season 8 cast

HBO just released a dozen new interviews highlighting the journey of surviving Game of Thrones main characters, with each of their actors providing a send-off for their role. There are some beautifully emotional moments here, and hilarious ones too, with Emilia Clarke (Daenerys Targaryen), Iain Glen (Jorah Mormont), Isaac Hampstead Wright (Bran Star), John Bradley […]

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Game of Thrones Cast and Crew Reflect on Final Season, Las Vegas’ Bellagio Fountains soon to turn into fire-spitting dragon

“Lo and behold, upon this day, there were but 14 days left until premiere day of the final season of Game of Thrones” – Probably some prophet somewhere. We’re in the home stretch and the finish line is in sight! As interviews pour in in spades, it becomes funnier and funnier watching the cast come […]

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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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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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