Pilou Asbæk on Euron’s changeable personality, seeking a spectacular death, and his endgame in the ‘game of thrones’

It’s fair to say Euron made quite a splash in “Stormborn”. He wreaked havoc on Dany’s Dornish and Greyjoy allies, killing two characters, capturing three others, and humiliating another one. In new interviews, Pilou Asbæk went over Euron’s actions this episode, as well as last season and this year’s premiere… and teased what’s to come […]

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Witness the Creation of the Dragon Skull for “Stormborn” and the Evolution of Dragon VFX from Season 1 to 7

Who would have thought we’d ever see Balerion the Black Dread in Game of Thrones. Aegon the Conqueror’s mount has been dead for centuries, and a flashback seemed unlikely, so that appeared to be it. Until last week: in “Stormborn,” Cersei tested Qyburn’s new anti-dragon artillery against the skull of Balerion. Of course, it wasn’t […]

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Nathalie Emmanuel on Missandei & Grey Worm romance and John Bradley on Sam’s gruesome scene with Jorah in “Stormborn”

As promised, this season brings more juicy scenes per episode than we are used to, and that means more interviews with the cast as well, as they dissect their particular characters’ highlight scenes in the episode. This week, after Stormborn, it was the turn of Nathalie Emmanuel and John Bradley, who talked about romance and […]

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Twitterborn

…’Cause baby I was born to tweet! Greetings, Throners, or whatever cutesey identifying subculture nomenclature you’ve claimed for this week! Axey here, summoning up some actual work ethic for the second week in a row to bring you your weekly Twitter fix. This week’s offering (weirdly!) is a direct result of the latest Game of […]

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Inside Tyrion’s, Sam’s & Jorah’s regal letters and the Greyscale book from “Stormborn”!

Freeze-framing featured letters and books and other details has been part and parcel of the Game of Thrones experience since the beginning. We’ll look for answers anywhere! However, it’s rare to get as great a look as today’s at the show’s intricate props. If, while watching Stormborn, you wondered in which context Tyrion snuck in […]

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Game of Threads: Stormborn

by Hogan McLaughlin I was concerned that as the Game of Thrones season progressed, there might not be much to keep pulling from as the battles begin to rage. Game of Thrones has always used costuming tactically but gone are the days of Margaery Tyrell’s backless gowns and Cersei’s Lannister-red robes. As I mentioned last […]

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