“Iron from Ice” – Teaser Trailer for Telltale’s Game of Thrones

The long-awaited teaser trailer for Telltale Games’ latest foray into licensed property, Game of Thrones: A Telltale Games Series, is finally here.

Here’s the official word from Playstation Blog:

Today we can announce that some cast members of the television series will reprise their roles in the game. While you’ll get to control five members of House Forrester in your story, the series will have you interacting with characters you already know and love (or hate) throughout the season, including Tyrion Lannister performed by Peter Dinklage, Cersei Lannister performed by Lena Heady, Margaery Tyrell performed by Natalie Dormer, and Ramsay Snow performed by Iwan Rheon. Additional cast members will appear in later episodes… as for who and when? That would spoil the surprise!

House Forrester is a noble house from the Wolfswood in the north of Westeros. Bannermen to House Glover, they have always offered unswerving loyalty to the ruling great house of the North — the Starks. The Forresters are seated at Ironrath, an imposing stronghold surrounded by towering ironwood trees. Built over fifteen hundred years ago by Cedric Forrester and his triplet sons, Ironrath is a testament to the strength and endurance of Ironwood. The Forrester house words are ‘Iron from Ice’, which echoes their belief that — like the ironwood itself — the adverse conditions and unforgiving landscape of the North only makes them stronger.

The game will be played from five different points of view. Each is a member of House Forrester; either a direct family member, or a person in service to the House. Scattered across Westeros and Essos, each will play their part in seeking to save House Forrester from destruction.

Playing as five characters not only reflects the epic scope of Game of Thrones, but is also something that you’ll need to be mindful of as you play through the season. This is because the actions of one character can ripple out to affect the rest of House Forrester. Multiply the actions of one character by five, and you’re truly playing the Game of Thrones… where you win, or you die.

“Iron from Ice” will be the first of six episodes, and will release “soon” for download on PS4 and PS3. Anyone familiar with how Telltale operates will know that this could literally mean as soon as next week. Information on the Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC versions should also be coming soon.

UPDATE: IGN has compiled a list of the members of House Forrester and given a brief description for each character. As a sample, here’s what they have to say about Gared Tuttle, squire to Lord Gregor Forrester:

Gared was raised on stories of heroism about the likes of Arthur Dayne and Symeon Star-Eyes. Though the son of a pig farmer, he has always aspired to one day become a warrior himself. With the help of his uncle Duncan, who had risen from lowborn origins to become Castellan of Ironrath, Gared found work in Lord Forrester’s stables, rising through the ranks to eventually be named his squire. Gared has served Lord Forrester throughout the long months in King Robb’s army, and is ready to be a warrior in his own right.

Cian: From a personal point of view, I’m pleasantly surprised that cast members of the show are reprising their roles here – the potential jarring nature of alien voices coming from familiar faces had been one of my main worries about the game. I really hope that Telltale’s split loyalties between this and Tales from the Borderlands won’t impact the game going forward.

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    1. So much for the title hinting at Stannis taking the ‘Iron’ throne by marching through and rallying the North(Ice).

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    2. Awesome that they got the show cast involved.

      Seems a little odd how little the ironborn seem to be factoring into this, given that the primary location for the game is currently under ironborn occupation at this time, but maybe they’re just focusing on the stuff that involves major show cameos for now, since that’s what the people want to see. I was kind of hoping for a Yara cameo, but I guess the timeline wouldn’t work if they’re starting just prior to the end of season 3.

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    3. BTW I remember an interview from way back mentioning big battles, so (given the timeline) I think the Battle of the Wall will be in it.

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    4. It looks awesome, love the art style. This will also make the wait for the new season so much easier, I hope we’ll get at least 2 (maybe 3) episodes untill season 5 premieres 🙂

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    5. Morgan,

      So I guess these are canon characters from the books’ House Forrester. I wonder if they asked GRRM to give them the genealogy or if they made it up and asked for his assent.

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    6. This looks and sounds all damn cool and awesome!
      /So excited for it, I can’t wait anymore… I want to meet the Forrester family now =)

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    7. Morgan,

      Let’s guess who are playable characters. The isolated ones are obvious (like Mira in King’s Landing and Asher in Essos) but the other three are less clear. We know at least one of the playable characters is a servant of the house rather than a family member and we also know one of them goes to the Wall.

      From the Maester’s description, it seems like he’s going to be new to Ironrath early in the game- which seems conveniant enough to be our introduction to them. So that’s 3/5.

      The one who goes to the Wall has to be a Forrester and not a servant otherwise he’d lose his allegiance when he joins the Night’s Watch. So I’m guessing the eldest son is the one- why? Because it’s implied that Ethan (was it Ethan) will be the acting lord. That means his to elder brothers are out of the game- one of which is exiled to Essos. That means the eldest son has to be ridden of, and the Wall makes sense. 4/5.

      The last one is anyone’s guess. Mine would be the mom.

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    8. What if the show decides to make

      Gendry their Young Griff? That would give us a story of Varys swapping the real blacksmiths son into the red keep and leaving Young Griff with the Blacksmith. That would also make Ned look incredibly dumb as his first words after seeing Gendry were “That’s Roberts bastard son”. Also if Gendry shows up with platinum blonde hair after all this time this would give me a serious case of the lols

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    9. Turncloak,

      Griff is cut and Gebdry won’t suddenly become him. At best, Varys will try to sell him as Robert’s only remaining heir. He won’t be a secret Targ.

      Is that even a spoiler?

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    10. Turncloak,

      Can you think of any reason why jentario’s version with Gendry cannot work? I don’t think it’s fun either… but if simplifications need to be made, character numbers lessened – it’s better than nothing for me. I mean.. what is “show” Varys’s secondary plan after Dany if not Gendry?

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    11. Turncloak,

      I wish you’d say cast and not casted but we can’t always get what we want

      Im glad we get to see Lord Ramsay! Im def getting this game now

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    12. Lyanna Mormont,

      I don’t think we can believe it, since a bunch of other sites seemed to think their characters were playable and were later told by Telltale that they haven’t revealed which of the thirteen are playable

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    13. My biggest concern was adapting to the new voices of the characters we have have grown to love, or hate or love to hate or whatever. But now knowing that the cast would be the ones that will voice them all my fears have been laid to rest. This game needs to come out.

      Also Lord Ramsay <3

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    14. Turncloak,

      … and curse well-told, concise storytelling too!

      Sorry, I jest, but… Honestly, some people blame insufficient budget and/or time on things that may just be creative decisions. For example, when discussing how Season 5 will deal with the whole of AFFC and ADWD, there’s always someone saying stuff like “If only there could be more than 7 seasons!”, ignoring the fact that D&D wouldn’t ever divide those two books, because you just shouldn’t make a season with no climax for pretty much any of the characters (the ASOS split between seasons 3 & 4 being an exception, thanks to the Red Wedding.) Doing AFFC first and then ADWD would be a strange decision, but it would still be better than ending a season halfway through AFFC & ADWD. The same goes for Young Griff. Yeah, he might have been cut because of budget or time constraints… or maybe D&D just didn’t think he fit in the story as being told in the show.

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    15. Gared Tuttle is a playable character guys, that’s 100% sure. Look at the photo of him leaving Ironrath and probably going to the Wall. I think the description of Ethan is a bit spoilery, because it hints that he is going to be the Lord of Ironrath at least for a time (I can see Gregor and/or Rodrik as goners). The inclusion of Lady Forrester’s brother and his habit of disappearing for weeks only works for me if he’s another playable character (maybe he’s our POV at the Dreadfort and gets the Ramsay-treatment).
      My picks:
      -Asher Forrester
      -Mira Forrester
      -Ethan Forrester
      -Malcolm Branfield
      -Gared Tuttle

      Am I the only one that thinks House Forrester is strongly based on House Stark?
      -Greg & Eli = Ned & Cat
      -Rodrik = Robb
      -Asher = Jon
      -Mira = Sansa
      -Talia = Arya
      -Ethan = Bran
      -Ryon = Rickon
      -Duncan & Gared Tuttle = Rodrik & Jory Cassel

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    16. Holy shit, what happened to all of the comments? I thought there were 100+ last night? Did Ryger and that cocksucker Swegin cause trouble?

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    17. Schrödinger’s Cat,

      That’s much more likely… up to a point.

      I do think the Dornish princeling can fulfill some of Young Griff’s late ADWD / early TWOW role, plotwise. However, I don’t believe for a second that Trystane’s character will be a direct parallel to him, if that is what you meant to say —no, I don’t expect Trystane to suddenly be revealed as the supposedly dead Aegon Targaryen. It seems more than a bit far-fetched, in my opinion.

      Still, Trystane (with Doran, the Sand Snaks and the whole of Dorne) could assume the Griffs’ and the Golden Company’s mantle. By what we know of early TWOW, it seems their path will be intertwined anyway, and even before that their goals ran parallel, so it would make sense for Dorne to go on the offensive against the Lannisters (maybe in Season 6) like Aegon is doing in the books.

      Many were perplexed by Aegon’s absence because a conquest of Westeros is kind of a big deal. How can you just cut it? Even if Aegon fails, there are bound to be consequences for the main characters! Something needs to happen… but Aegon doesn’t have to be the one who makes it happen. Dorne could do it.

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    18. High Sparrow:
      Gared Tuttle is a playable character guys, that’s 100% sure. Look at the photo of him leaving Ironrath and probably going to the Wall. I think the description of Ethan is a bit spoilery, because it hints that he is going to be the Lord of Ironrath at least for a time (I can see Gregor and/or Rodrik as goners). The inclusion of Lady Forrester’s brother and his habit of disappearing for weeks only works for me if he’s another playable character (maybe he’s our POV at the Dreadfort and gets the Ramsay-treatment).
      My picks:
      -Asher Forrester
      -Mira Forrester
      -Ethan Forrester
      -Malcolm Branfield
      -Gared Tuttle

      Am I the only one that thinks House Forrester is strongly based on House Stark?
      -Greg & Eli = Ned & Cat
      -Rodrik = Robb
      -Asher = Jon
      -Mira = Sansa
      -Talia = Arya
      -Ethan = Bran
      -Ryon = Rickon
      -Duncan & Gared Tuttle = Rodrik & Jory Cassel

      Wow. The parallels really are quite strong (Full disclosure: I was, quite innocently, going to say that the parallels were quite ‘stark’, until I realized what a glaring and awful pun that would be and stopped myself). 😉

      So we have a principled northern lord, a southern lady who has acclimated quite well to being a northern matriarch, and six children (that’s the real kicker). Among the girls, we have the aspiring lady of the court and a younger daughter who (although her profile states that she loves to sing) is presumably less “refined” than her sister. Among the four boys, we have the heir who has also become a renowned warrior, the younger son who is forced to take up the mantle of Lordship with his father and brother away, the baby of the family, and the ‘black sheep’ – although, to be fair, that’s about where his parallels with Jon end, since Asher is a) legitimate, b) went to Essos rather the Wall, and c) appears to have earned his exile with his ribald behavior (something Jon appears to be pathologically averse to). The Master-at-Arms, the Castellan, the Castellan’s son, and the Maester all appear to fit in with the profile as well. The only character who doesn’t seem to have a direct and obvious counterpart is Malcolm Branfield, the brave but wayward brother of the lady of the house (don’t see much of a parallel with Edmure Tully there). Although … come to think of it … he does bear a certain resemblance in character to the Blackfish. So there you go!

      As for which members of the family will be playable, they seem to want to make sure that each of the major areas of conflict within Game of Thrones (King’s Landing, Essos, the North, the Wall, etc.) has at least one representative. I agree that Malcolm seems like a good candidate to be a playable character for the Dreadfort/Greater Northern part of the story. Asher (as the only member of the family in Essos), and Mira (as the family’s representative in King’s Landing) seem like mortal locks to be playable characters. I’d bet that one of the characters who remains at Ironrath will also be playable (probably Ethan or Talia, but maybe it’s the master-at-arms). Perhaps they have to deal with the Ironborn raiding the area? The final playable character might be a character involved the Riverlands campaign (in which case it would be Gregor or Rodrik), but given that the Red Wedding is slated to happen in the interval that the game takes place, that whole part of the story could be cut off rather abruptly. Alternatively (and I think that this is more likely) it could be a character who heads to the Wall for some reason – in which case I agree that Gared Tuttle seems like a good candidate for that role.

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    19. The entire story could/would be greatly streamlined if Varys’s plan has included Tyrion Targaryen all along. I don’t much reject or support that theory but I can see it fitting the show better than Young Griff or Gendry.

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    20. jentario,

      Just goes to show how slow news is. Two posts about a game that is more like an interactive blu-ray, focused on a house I’ve never heard of. Are there even dragons in this non-game?

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    21. Jaqen,

      I guess you don’t know how Telltale releases episodes. The Walking Dead season 2 which had 5 episodes, not 6 like GoT , had its first episode released in December and the season finale at the end of August. There’s no way season 1 of Telltale’s GoT will end before season 5 premieres.

      Tyrion Pimpslap,
      Well, knowing Telltale this “interactive blu-ray” is gonna be awesome and I for one am really excited. As I said in a previous article, we probably won’t get anything new untill HBO releases it’s Year Ender video somewhere in December and if all goes well a full trailer in January 😀

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    22. Greenjones,

      We knew she was cast, now we know her role. Interesting.

      I see what you mean about “Mercy”, in the sense that this woman may be appearing in roughly that context, since she’s gonna be either in episode 9 or 10. But we’ll still not see Mercy. We’ve already seen what happens in the Mercy chapter being filmed (a guard —Raff/Meryn—, who is accompanying the Crown representative —Harys/Mace— sent to deal with the Iron Bank, being killed by Arya in disguise). But the key players are not the only differences: Arya is quite clearly in her Cat of the Canals identity, not Mercy. I doubt there’ll be any Mercy on the show, ever.

      Anyway, does a Braavosi brothel manager factor into the Mercy chapter? I don’t remember that. The identity that interacts a lot with the brothels and the prostitutes is Cat of the Canals.

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    23. Luka Nieto,

      I knew she was cast, that’s why I checked her CV to see if it had been updated yet.

      And no, other than the Black Pearl (Bellegere Otherys IRRC?), no prostitute features in the Mercy chapter. But if this Madam’s in episode nine or ten, which are bound to be tightly-focused episodes, I imagine that Meryn will be dropping by her establishment shortly before Arya murders him. Thus it does relate to “Mercy”, which doesn’t so much mean Arya will be called that instead of Cat of the Canals at this point of the show, so much as it means that Arya will get revenge on a member of the Crown’s envoy as she does in the TWOW sample chapter of the same name.
      This also makes recent twitter interaction between Ian Beattie and Maisie Williams and between Sarine Sofair and Ian Beattie, make more sense. Though Sofair’s CV hasn’t been updated to include Nutter’s name yet, it still only says Slovis, this confirms to me, as I’d suspected recently, that she will also feature in this particular 509 or 510 sequence.

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    24. Greenjones,

      We agree completely. Nice speculation about the “crime scene”, too. Didn’t make that likely link. I was just pointing out some people seem to think we’ll see Mercy later, when it’s obvious we’ll only see an equivalent of the Mercy chapter, not the identity. But apparently you do agree with that too, so I was preaching to the choir.

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    25. Luka Nieto,

      For thematic reasons maybe they’ll call the Cat identity “Mercy” instead though, because that name has a great deal to with what the Faceless Men are all about. Though of course, her going by her mother’s nickname is also very significant.

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    26. Greenjones,

      As you said, the “Cat” name is quite evocative too, not only because of her affinity with cats but because of her mother’s nickname. Honestly, I think they may stick with that identity for the whole season, and in fact for the whole of Arya’s arc in Braavos. I don’t expect to see Beggar Beth, Blind Girl, the Ugly Little Girl, or Mercy.

      If they try to fit even a few of them in, she’d have to change to a new identity between pretty much every episode, which works for the book chapters much better than I think it would for the show.

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    27. Luka Nieto,

      I agree with you and Greenjones about the general timeline and the circumstances that we’ll see surrounding Arya’s encounter with Meryn Trant. In 5×09, Arya will be selling her clams, cockles, and oysters in the square when she sees Meryn Trant guarding Mace while he negotiates with Tycho. When Meryn gets off duty, he’ll go to the brothel managed by Lacy Moore’s character and Arya will follow him there. Meryn will presumably choose Sarine Sofair’s Lhara as his companion. Once he’s out of his armor, Arya will either lure him away temporarily or just march right in and kill him. Either way, “no big fucking sword” will be required.
      As for Arya’s myriad identities and whether or not we’ll see them on the show, I think it will depend on just how long Arya will spend in Braavos before she (presumably) heads back to Westeros to rejoin all of the fun there. If her training is going to be condensed into more-or-less one season, then I agree that the Blind Girl and Mercy phases of her Braavos arc are likely to be skipped entirely. I do think that it’s necessary for us to see Arya conduct her first ‘official’ assassination (since Meryn is very much going to be a personal kill), and she’ll obviously change her face at some point. But that may or may not take place this season and frankly, it doesn’t need to be the ship insurance salesman that she targets. Her apprenticeship could just as easily take place in Westeros, perhaps under Jaqen’s direct tutelage. On the other hand, if Arya’s time in Braavos is going to extend deeper into Season 6, then I do think that her blindness arc could theoretically still be on the table. In that case, she could return to the House of Black and White after killing Meryn, where Jaqen/TKM infers that he knows what she did and expresses disapproval. He gives her the bitter milk and she wakes up blind, providing a natural cliffhanger for the season. Her Season 6 arc would then pick up from there.
      However the timeline of Arya’s training is going to be handled, I think that it’s going to be important for Game of Thrones to make it clear to viewers just how difficult it actually is, or to demonstrate that it’s actually taking more time than it appears. We don’t want people thinking that becoming a member of the most elite and secretive guild of assassins in the Known World is so easy that one particularly precocious 12-year-old can pull it off in a few weeks, no matter how much of a natural aptitude she’s got for it.

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    28. I always thought it would be two or more/less characters per episode.
      Say 10, and those 10 would be;

      Gregor
      Elissa
      Rodrik
      Asher
      Mira
      Duncan Tuttle
      Gared Tuttle
      Royland Degore and
      Maester Otherydreyn (whatever)

      With Ryon, Talia and Ethan the only being unplayable, as what can a toddler and children really do politically?
      My bets are on Asher and Mira having their own storylines.
      Elissa and Otherydern are involved with the castle politics and the Whitehill feud (who follow the 7, probably like the maester). While The Tuttles and Degore are involved with the ironborn, while Gregor and Rodrik travel to the Wall via the Dreadfort, as punishment for the whole Robb King deal.

      This family already deserve their own show/book.

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    29. Jaqen,

      by that logic then there will be a release in Dec, Jan, Feb, Mar and 2 in April in preparation for S5….

      i hate to break it to you, but TellTale never release their episodes that close together…

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    30. Baseless speculation time!

      Remember how the guy who plays

      Walder Rivers (Tim Plester) was in Belfast around Nov. 2-3 or so? (There was that since-debunked tweet about a certain lady that briefly caused some to have angina).

      Just because I am naive that way, I tend to think Patchface is legit. And he said he found out a BWB actor was also filming this year.

      Out of boredom/obsessiveness I was looking at Philip McGinley’s Twitter this morning, he played Anguy in Season 3. And he is a fairly frequent tweeter/replier. He rarely goes more than a day without some activity. But he had none at all Nov. 1, 2, and 3.

      https://twitter.com/philipmcginley/with_replies

      So who knows, maybe Anguy plays a Tom o’ Sevenstreams type role on the show and shows up in Winterfell/falls in with the Freys, but is really a BWB spy. Even if their leader now is merely the BF.

      Alternately, this could be evidence for….Deepwood Motte!

      So yeah, pretty baseless speculation, but not much else to talk about right now.

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    31. The IMDB page for ep. 510 credits an actor appearing as someone named “Gordy”. It doesn’t seem to be a fan-edit because those are based on previously released info or rumours and this is the first I’ve seen of this guy’s name having to do with the show. It could be info from the actor’s agency. I’ll look more up about him but I’ll post this here now in the meantime.

      EDIT: Looks like he’s mostly a stunt guy (or at least that’s what he’s done on Vikings and Penny Dreadful), so he probably has a small role in some sort of action sequence.

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    32. jentario,

      It’s funny because no one ever mentions these smaller parts by name onscreen anyways so they don’t really NEED names exactly. I guess “Gordy” looks better on a resume than “Night’s Watch Ranger” or “Guardsman Number 3” etc. though.

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    33. Jax Hills,

      This is a pretty bad teaser (sound quality is terrible, and no idea who’s speaking) and the footage isn’t exactly new- to the point where I was actually doubting whether it’s legit- but I’m still excited! Also, we guessed right that the date will be 05/05/15 for season 5.

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    34. jentario,

      Someone in the comments under the video claimed he asked Cogman on twitter and he said it was one of the Sand Snakes, but there is no conformation of that on Cogman’s twitter, if he said that then it has been deleted.

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    35. lol i still hope they do. the wait was unbearable in the walking dead season 2.
      it will be weird watching two shows at the same time while one is ahead in the timeline.

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    36. The trailer is fake or at least this is not the official HBO-Nordic channel. 0 subscribers no blue checkmark…

      EDIT: This video is also the only one of the channel.

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    37. Dragonslayer,

      Yeah, the desperation for trailers and news is easily exploited.

      I’m surprised that the latest interview with Natalie Dormer isn’t discussed more. Evidently, the writers and director wanted more action between Marg and Tommen (and Ser Pounce). She refused. Really?

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    38. – It’s not from a HBO-YouTube-channel (it’s just called “HBO Nordic”; but I mean, just look at the ONLY other video there, eh…).
      – We already knew all these Spain’s filming glimpes from WotW many, many weeks ago.
      – The texts/editing (“New Season, blah blah…”, “April”,…) are just taken from other old videos.
      => VERY badly fan-made stuff!

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    39. Dragonslayer,

      Yeah, it’s fake. It seems to have taken that behind the scenes footage from Canal+ of some of the Dorne/Spain filming, and mixed it up with some graphics. I can almost guarantee there will not be a scene with Areo sat down, laughing in the show… that’s him socialising between takes.

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    40. Hodor’s Bastard,

      Wait what. What interview?

      EDIT: Found it. Well, it’s much less controversial than what I understood it to be. They made it a bit less creepy. But… it was supposed to be creepy, and the final version was still creepy. Sort of sweet, but still creepy in essence. The manipulation was still there.

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    41. Hodor’s Bastard:
      Luka Nieto,

      I just wonder how the Ser Pounce scene was originally written to cause her to call D&D….

      I imagine it was a little more overtly sexual with Margaery getting Tommen more worked up with some suggestive imagery. They ended up making it a little more “sweet” but it’s going to still retain its creepy undertones just because of the manipulation Marg has to exert over Tommen.

      Everyone’s pretty clear why they didn’t stick with the little boy playing Tommen from S1 and S2 right?

      And before some might point to the fact that they should’ve aged Margaery down to avoid this, remember that it’s a double edged sword since making Marg younger creates a fairly creepy dynamic between her and Renly in S2.

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    42. King Tommen,

      I am very happy they aged everyone up. GRRM lives in this medieval mindset that, although historically aligned, makes the intensity of the scenes much more uncomfortable, by design. For some reason, I automatically aged the characters up when I read the books, just for tolerance sake, I guess. Except for Arya….I guess I rather enjoyed reading her unique and sadistic adventures without the need for aging her up.

      The Marg scene in question was not “sweet” to me…it was complete manipulation. I’m glad they brought in Ser Pounce to lighten it up but that scene needed to be a creepy power move and justifiably uncomfortable.

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    43. I’m still baffled at the fact that TWoW just posted an article on that shitty fake trailer we’ve mentioned and dismissed in these comments. Even without any research, it screams “Fake!” —poor quality; reused footage from a third party source HBO don’t have access to (and even if they did they wouldn’t use it for a teaser); a shitty amateur voiceover trying to sound “epic.” Jeez.

      Anyway, the article was promptly deleted when it was pointed out, but still… I’m a bit perplexed. Didn’t Bex watch the teaser before posting it? Also, the supposedly official “HBO Nordic” channel has 0 subscribers and this very site reported the footage being used, so it’s not like it would have involved any kind of thorough research. Still, good idea to delete it quick, Bex, or whoever deleted it for her.

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    44. Luka Nieto,

      It has been dry for weeks and we all want some big news. A teaser trailer would be just that. Mods are allowed to get a little bit too excited too. 😉 – What matters is that it was deleted immediately.

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    45. Regarding the recent tweet by Kerry Ingram (retweeted by TWoW)….

      “Oh god, warm it up before I arrive tomorrow please!”

      There is something she doesn’t quite understand about this tale…. :/

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    46. Lose the attitude, Luka. Mistakes happen- they even happened at WiC, occasionally. I’m not interested in people abusing our staff.

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    47. Sue the Fury,

      I honestly wasn’t trying to be hard on anyone. I was being genuinely curious. Still, I see it read more like I was being a hyper-sensitive, nosy prick, hence “lose the attitude.” Sorry about that.

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    48. Has anyone seen the “Game of War” trailer with Kate Upton as a greek goddess? It has cool dragons and incredibly bouncing cleavage. So realistic. Fun! 🙂

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