Last week saw one of Game of Thrones’ very own tipping his lemon cloak toward the ocean of Lady Stoneheart theories swirling around Season 6, even as this past Sunday’s “No One” seemingly put the character’s appearance to rest once and for all. Now, Jóhannes Haukur shows us what might have been, filming the Lady Stoneheart introduction scene straight from George R.R. Martin’s books.
We’re only three episodes from the end of Game of Thrones Season 6, and conspiracy theorists are out in full swing, particularly when it comes to the long-awaited arrival of “Lady Stoneheart.” We’ve heard arguments back and forth as to whether the character would ever appear, but now an actor behind one of three mystery characters from “The Broken Man” is either having fun teasing fans, or about to get the hammer from HBO.
Game of Thrones fans have known for some time that Season 6 would return to a few abandoned subplots and locales from earlier in the series, particularly with regard to the Riverlands, and now another notable Season 3 face could kick off a story fans have waited for. Does the Brotherhood Without Banners have a stony new leader?
If last night’s Game of Thrones trip to “Hardhome” proved anything, major deviations from creator George R.R. Martin’s books still carry huge payoffs. That said, Martin still misses a few characters cut from the HBO adaptation, among them a fan-favorite resurrection fans had expected in Season 4.
[You're warned of major spoilers from both 'Game of Thrones' season 4 and George R.R. Martin's 'A Song of Ice and Fire' books.] Last week's 'Game of Thrones' finale, "The Children," sent many fans into an uproar for the surprising omission of one of the series' most shocking moments, the resurrection of a previously deceased character. Many still hold out hope said character might appear in season 5, but what does departed series star Michelle Fairley have to say that turns our hearts to stone?
'Game of Thrones' has once again come to a climactic close with last night's season 4 finale "The Children," but rather than focus on the landmark events of the 66-minute installment, many fans are more vigorously debating a hotly-anticipated character reveal that went ignored by the hour. Now, the episode's director Alex Graves explains the stone-hearted decision to leave out one of the book's most shocking character appearances.
FOX's impending '24' revival, titled '24: Live Another Day,' has scarcely shot an inch of footage to the point where its recent Super Bowl trailer was specially created for promotion, but a major casting tweak should keep things rolling along. Following Emmy-winner Judy Davis' unexpected exit from production, 'Live Another Day' has added fan-favorite 'Game of Thrones' mom Michelle Fairley in the pivotal role!
Though 'Game of Thrones' fans remained in terrible grief after the "Red Wedding" events of this past season's "The Rains of Castamere," Michelle Fairley fans were relieved to learn the actress would soon pop up on USA's 'Suits' for a recurring role. The first footage of Fairley's 'Suits' arc has hit, and the USA drama certainly isn't one to ignore Catelyn Stark's arrival.
Talk about your quick turnaround! Just days after her most memorable episode to date as Catelyn Stark in 'Game of Thrones,' actress Michelle Fairley has already booked her next TV gig on USA's legal drama, 'Suits.' A far cry from the world of Westeros, who might Fairley play and what fellow 'Game of Thrones' stars might she run into along the way?