HBO is already lining up the spin-offs in the Game of Thrones universe, to kick off once the main series concludes in 2019.
Emilia Clarke still can't quite believe that Brad Pitt once bid almost £90,000 to watch an episode of Game of Thrones with her.
Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson, the Icelandic actor who plays Ser Gregor Clegane, aka The Mountain, in Game of Thrones, is now officially the World's Strongest Man.
It's (more) bad news for Game of Thrones fans – the long-awaited sixth book in George R.R. Martin's celebrated fantasy series will not arrive in 2018.
Game of Thrones is getting gamified for San Diego Comic-Con. To acquaint Westeros wannabes with the myriad Thrones merchandise, HBO is sending fans on a quest (#GoTScavengerHunt) through the convention center and surrounding environs to find and photograph select products — everything from a frighteningly realistic (and pricey) Night King mask to Dany’s dragon choker to a collection of plush direwolves. The latter is among the exclusive collectibles that will only be available at Comic-Con. Related: Where You Can See Your Favorite ‘Game of Thrones’ Stars Before Season 7 Starts Yahoo TV has a sneak peek at those exclusives and some of the other Thrones swag scattered across the Seven Kingdoms (OK, at select booths) at the San Diego orgy of geekery, which runs July 20-24.
‘Game of Thrones’ star Maisie Williams has destroyed an icky tabloid headline with style, precision, and lethal cunning that would make Arya Stark proud. The 19-year-old star called out the Daily Mail headline on Twitter after the outlet’s focussed on the “braless” outfit story she wore to the NSPCC Summer Masquerade Ball, rather than her charitable gesture. The headline read: “Unveiled: Game of Thrones’ Maisie Williams goes braless in sheer lace dress and quirky headpiece at charity masquerade ball” Alternative Game of Thrones actor, Maisie Williams, helps raise thousands at a Summer Masquerade Ball for @NSPCC 🐸☕️ pic.twitter.com/tsDgOJTTcy— Maisie Williams (@Maisie_Williams) June 6, 2016 To which Maisie amended to: “Alternative Game of Thrones actor, Maisie Williams, helps raise thousands at a Summer Masquerade Ball for @NSPCC 🐸☕️” We’re not sure of the meaning behind the frog and coffee emojis, but they seem to have worked their magic as the message has since been retweeted over 11,000 times. Image credits: Sky Atlanti
“Game of Thrones” star Emilia Clarke is one of TVs hottest stars right now, but that didn’t stop her from fangirling over Matt LeBlanc when she met him on “The Graham Norton Show.”
Following in the footsteps of Gillian Anderson, ‘Game of Thrones’ star Emilia Clarke has thrown her hat into the ring to become the first ever female James Bond. In May 'X-Files’ actress Anderson retweeted a fan-made poster amid speculation that Daniel Craig is finished with the series. In the tweet, she wrote: “It’s Bond.
Movie stars might have the glamour, but it’s the TV stars who rack up the dollars, sitcom actors in particular. Herein some of the most insane pay packets in telly history. Image credits: NBC/CBS/ABC/Fox/HBO
This is preceded at the start of the trailer by a different character (possibly a new one played by Max Von Sydow) saying: “The past is already written. In late November the first poster for the returning series was released featuring Jon Snow with blood on his face and no immediate signs of life.