‘Game of Thrones’ nominated for two awards from the American Society of Cinematographers

With the Golden Globes having taken place on Sunday night, awards season for everything from film to television to theater is officially underway. To that end, the American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) has released nominations for its 2017 awards, and it’s no surprise that Game of Thrones — a show known for its striking visuals — has […]

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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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Tom Hopper talks Dickon jokes, Jane Goldman says what she can about spin-offs, and cinematographer Robert McLachlan keeps Kit Harington’s feet on the ground

When Tom Hopper took a role on Game Of Thrones, he had a sneaking suspicion he wouldn’t be long for the world because, after all, “it was Game Of Thrones.” “It’s fine, because I think you go into a show like that, and as long as you have a good run, you get a few episodes out […]

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Game of Thrones Weekend Quick Hits: Kit Harington, Carice Van Houten, Gemma Whelan & cinematographer Robert McLachlan

In a quick interview roundup on the eve of “The Queen’s Justice:” Kit Harington chats about the Jon Snow/Daenerys Targaryen meeting we’ve all been waiting for; Gemma Whelan talks about exploring Euron’s psychopathy with Pilou Asbæk. Carice Van Houten discusses audience sensitivity to sexuality; cinematographer Robert McLachlan hints at how we’ll likely react to upcoming episodes and […]

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