‘Beyond The Wall’ director on that much-debated timeline, Longclaw’s eyes, and Dany and Jon

If there’s one thing Game Of Thrones viewers have complained about during season 7 — well, not the only thing, but one of them — it’s how quickly travel is being done. For no episode was that criticism more prevalent than it was for episode 6, “Beyond The Wall,” where it was loudly decried that Gendry’s run back […]

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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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Lena Headey calls Cersei a “horrible cow” in season 7 and Kit Harington promises tension between Jon and Sansa

As we inch ever closer to the season 7 premiere, the interviews continue to pour in. Lena Headey chatted with Maisie Williams about hypothetical character crossovers and Cersei Lannister’s “loathsome” conduct next season and Kit Harington described Jon’s frayed relationship with Sansa post-Battle of the Bastards.

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Maisie Williams reveals her hopes for Arya; Nathalie Emmanuel discusses Missandei and Grey Worm’s relationship

We continue to wade through a sea of interviews as the Game of Thrones season 7 premiere date looms ever closer. Time has released the latest in their series of cast interviews, Maisie Williams, who reveals her thoughts on the show ending and what she hopes for Arya Stark’s future. A piece from Entertainment Weekly […]

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TIME Inside Game of Thrones Season 7: Wights, Dragons, and… A Pack of Wolves?!

In preparation for the season seven premiere, TIME magazine has unveiled their cover story for the week, a Game of Thrones affair starring Maisie Williams, Emilia Clarke, Peter Dinklage, Kit Harington, Nikolaj Coster Waldau, Lena Headey and Sophie Turner. Accompanied by this, TIME brings a report from the season seven set. Spoiler-averse folks should be […]

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