We’ve known for some time that Telltale Games would mount their take on HBO’s ‘Game of Thrones,’ complimenting their acclaimed adaptations of ‘The Walking Dead’ comics and even ‘Back to the Future,’ and at last the first trailer for “Iron From Ice” has arrived, with a twist. Not only does Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey) herself narrate, but so too will Peter Dinklage and more from the ‘Game of Thrones’ cast reprise their roles!
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Of all the myriad details leaked from ‘Game of Thrones‘ season 5, perhaps the most simultaneously surprising and expected is that of Charles Dance’s return to the role of Tywin Lannister. And while the show’s introduction of flashbacks might craft any number of returns for the fallen Lannister patriarch, Dance himself has confirmed details of the character’s reappearance.
We’d been hearing about it for some time, but at last HBO has made Bad Robot’s star-studded ‘Westworld‘ TV series a reality. The pay-cable network has granted a full season order to Jonathan Nolan’s adaptation of the 1973 sci-fi classic, whose cast boasts the likes of Sir Anthony Hopkins, Evan Rachel Wood and more, setting a 2015 premiere with the new ‘Westworld’’s first teaser.
HBO has yet to formalize all of its ‘True Detective’ season 2 leads, having only officially confirmed Colin Farrell and Vince Vaughn, but as with the last round of support casting we’d heard, the rabbit hole goes only deeper. Lolita Davidovich and ‘True Blood’ alum James Frain are the latest to join HBO’s hotly-anticipated follow-up, though their ‘True Detective’ season 2 roles don’t exactly clear up our questions.
Just yesterday we learned that Lena Dunham and the other 'Girls' would be back for season 4 on January 11, but who needs months of waiting when the first full length trailer is here right now? Check out some brand-new photos of 'Girls' season 4, as well as a full promo to find out who's getting slapped, who's getting arrested, and who can't hold down a job to save her, er...their life!
Fall feels barely underway, but the impending winter will bring with it a number of 2015 premieres, from the likes of 'Girls' season 4 to the Duplass' brothers new series 'Togetherness.' Find out when Lena Dunham, the boys of 'Looking' and more will premiere on HBO in the new year!
'Game of Thrones' season 5 has increasingly proven itself the most book-divergent yet, but that didn't detract from the surprise of Kristian Nairn (Hodor!) candidly confirming that he and Bran wouldn't feature into the new run of episodes beginning in 2015. Now, showrunners have confirmed that Isaac Hempstead-Wright's Bran Stark will sit out 'Game of Thrones' season 5, offering an explanation as to why.
With 'Boardwalk Empire' having poured its last and 'Game of Thrones' not due for months, HBO and Lena Dunham's always-buzzing 'Girls' has at last begun promotion of its fourth season in 2015. In lieu of a full trailer, the latest preview for the January premiere goes behind the scenes to highlight the new conflicts and locations of the year, as well as the latest guest stars.
HBO and 'True Detective' season 2 have only formally confirmed Colin Farrell and Vince Vaughn among the cast, with Taylor Kitsch and Rachel McAdams ostensibly assured, though the dark and dreamy drama has kept right on casting. Kelly Reilly, Abigail Spencer, Michael Irby and Leven Rambin have all been added to 'True Detective' season 2 but as whom, you ask?
'Game of Thrones' has drawn plenty of additional buzz in season 5 diverging from its literary roots, but those worried about the HBO fantasy drama's future can rest assured for at least a few years. Not only has the series officially been renewed through a sixth season in 2016, but is principle stars have now signed through season 7 as well.