Who knew that it would take the infamous Gunpowder Plot to bring Game of Thrones and The Leftovers together? That’s the report on Kit Harington’s now-greenlit Gunpowder miniseries, as Liv Tyler and Sherlock star Mark Gatiss join the former Lord Commander in key roles.
Game of Thrones may be debuting later in 2017 than usual, but our first look at Season 7 is right on schedule. Check out the newest official footage, as HBO’s 2017 preview reveals Arya becoming a Northern girl once more!
Even as they seem to do it every year, it’s hard to imagine Game of Thrones topping this past season’s “Battle of the Bastards” for memorable action sequences. At the very least, revisit the scene from every angle, as a new Blu-ray featurette shows Kit Harington filming that famous one-shot.
As if the wait for Game of Thrones Season 7 weren’t long enough, recent weeks have seen all manner of perfect pairings coming together via set photos and rumors. It now seems the mother of all meetings is finally upon us as well, with super-spoilery set videos finally singing our Song of Ice and Fire.
Usually, Game of Thrones stars wait until they’ve been good and killed off to take any other major TV roles, but since when has Kit Harington’s Westeros tenure ever followed the normal path? The once and future Jon Snow is getting ready for another TV gig closer to home, set to remember, remember the fifth of November in a new Gunpowder miniseries.
Game of Thrones dominated the Iron Throne of the Emmys for the second year in a row. And honestly, who was surprised?
By now, Game of Thrones stars have gotten pretty good at turning the hype machine for upcoming episodes, and Season 7 is no exception. Maisie Williams is already proclaiming Season 7 as the year Game of Thrones “gets REAL,” while poor Kit Harington appears to have been denied scripts. Still exciting, though!
Game of Thrones fans have generally presumed that George R.R. Martin’s “Song of Ice and Fire” refers to an inevitable pairing between Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen, something the HBO adaptation has seemingly made clear with a host of parallel imagery. At least one major Season 6 reflection wasn’t intentional, however, as Kit Harington calls it a “happy accident.”
As often as anyone has come back to life on Game of Thrones, we’ve been reminded they don’t come back the same. Then again, that wasn’t immediately true of Kit Harington’s Jon Snow this past season, for which the actor admits a bit of disappointment with the script. Plus – is Jon safe for Season 7?
Days ahead of the Season 6 finale, Game of Thrones fans don’t yet know how many more episodes lie ahead in Seasons 7 or 8, but that isn’t stopping the cast from cashing in. A new report suggests the bigger Game of Thrones stars are in for a major payday in the final seasons, simultaneously laying to rest theories of which character dies in “The Winds of Winter.”