This past Sunday's 'Game of Thrones' battle between "The Mountain and the Viper" proved as jaw-dropping (or splitting) as ever, but this coming weekend will see the HBO fantasy drama looking to outdo itself with Jon Snow's castle defense of "The Watchers on the Wall." The first photos from the episode arrived, and already things are looking pretty dire for Sam and Jon as Ygritte and the Wildlings make a deadly attack.
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When news broke yesterday morning that Gwendoline Christie joined the cast of 'Star Wars: Episode 7,' there really couldn't be anything cooler (except that maybe also Lupita Nyong'o is joining her; #TrueDetectiveSeason2). Best known for her role as badass Brienne of Tarth on 'Game of Thrones,' Christie also recently joined the cast of 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay' films. 'Star Wars,' 'Game of Thrones,' and 'The Hunger Games'?! She's dominating our favorite franchises and quickly becoming one of our new favorites, thanks to her commitment to playing strong women.
‘Game of Thrones’ season 4 conjures its eighth episode of the season, “The Mountain and the Viper,” as Tyrion's trial finally comes to pass with a shocking conclusion, while Daenerys discovers a traitor in her midst, and Sansa faces a difficult decision on Petyr Baelish.
'Game of Thrones' may have taken this past week off for Memorial Day, but this coming Sunday will more than make up for it, kicking off the final three episodes of season 4 with an epic duel between "The Mountain and the Viper." Tyrion's trial is far from the only item of interest in the full set of photos however, as Jorah looks to be in hot water with Dany, and Arya and the Hound finally reach their new destinations.
Earlier this week 'Game of Thrones' let slip a bit of insight into the fifth season in that the globe-trotting HBO fantasy drama would next head to Spain to stand in as a new Westeros location, though precisely which couldn't be said for sure. Now, a new casting call reveals an extensive roster of characters drawn from, and inspired by George R.R. Martin's books, which seems to suggest which 'Game of Thrones' location Spain may become.
HBO's 'Game of Thrones' will take a brief hiatus this coming Sunday to accommodate Memorial Day festivity, launching headway through June for the final three installments of season 4, but production is already gearing up for season 5. New reports suggest 'Game of Thrones' will add Spain to its diverse roster of shooting locations, but to stand in as which fictional Westeros location?
‘Game of Thrones’ season 4 conjures its seventh episode of the season, “Mockingbird,” as Tyrion's difficulty obtaining a champion for his trial against the Mountain takes an unexpected turn, while Jon's pleas fall on deaf ears, and Sansa discovers more of Littlefinger's nefarious intentions.
Last week's ‘Game of Thrones’ season 4 installment, “The Laws of Gods and Men,” saw Tyrion's trial taking several shocking turns, while Daenerys held court in Mereen, and Yara attempted to reclaim Theon from the clutches of Ramsay Bolton. So, what does the latest installment of season 4 bring?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Game of Thrones’ season 4, episode 7, "Mockingbird!”
Last Sunday's 'Game of Thrones' installment "The Laws of Gods and Men" brought Tyrion's trial to a show-stopping finish (yes, also literally), but will the imp hit the fan by this coming weekend's all-new episode "Mockingbird?" The first photos have arrived, and apart from new looks at Brienne, Pod, Sansa and Jon, we've also got Daenerys in a skimpy navel dress, Daenerys in a skimpy navel dress, and even Daenerys! In a navel dress. It's somewhat skimpy.
Jimmy Fallon's hardcore viewership has some (let's put it delicately) extremely weird demands for what they want to see on his 'Tonight Show,' including one request replicate the Big Mouth Billy Bass that served as everyone's go-to white elephant gift a few years ago. There's no way that fan thought asking Fallon to include such a gag on his show would end with Lance Bass (of *NSYNC fame) replicating it in the most horrifying and true-to-life way possible. Yes, he's hanging above a fireplace.