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'Game of Thrones' Recap and Review: 'GoT' is Finally Back with 'The Spoils of War' - Harvard Crimson

Harvard Crimson'Game of Thrones' Recap and Review: 'GoT' is Finally Back with 'The Spoils of War'Harvard CrimsonThis is the first episode in season seven that actually feels like a “Game of Thrones” episode. While the previous three meandered around like they had time to waste (We only have so much screentime left! Every moment is precious!), “The Spoils of War ...What time is Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 5 on? Everything we know so far about 'Eastwatch'Mirror.co.ukGame of Thrones' cinematographer breaks down the 'dragon-induced Armageddon' in The Spoils of WarThe VergeSUMMERSON: A dance with DrogonNiagara GazetteWinter Is Coming -ABC News -Goldderby -Forbesall 678 news articles ».....»»

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Game Of Thrones Gives Us A Stark Family Reunion, A Hot Hookup Tease, & An Even HOTTER Battle Scene! Get The Recap!

The bad news: this season of Game of Thrones is already halfway over. The better news: Season 7's midpoint ended with a kick ass, fire-breathing battle. But the best news: we finally got our mother fucking Stark family reunion, y'all!!!! Related: Game Of Thrones Hackers Threaten To Leak Even More! Sunday's fiery hour of the HBO fantasy hit [...] The bad news: this season of Game of Thrones is already halfway over. The better news: Season 7's midpoint ended with a kick ass, fire-breathing battle. But the best news: we finally got our mother fucking Stark family reunion, y'all!!!! Related: Game Of Thrones Hackers Threaten To Leak Even More! Sunday's fiery hour of the HBO fantasy hit gave fans almost everything they wanted -- including Arya back at Winterfell, an intimate cave scene that would make Ygritte jealous, and Daenerys finally taking Westeros by Stormborn. Read our recap of Episode 4: The Spoils of War (below)! [Spoils!] The Wolfpack Is Back It's been six long years of hiding out, bad haircuts, and learning how to be an assassin -- but Arya Stark (Maisie Williams) has finally returned to her home in the North. After being held at the gates of Winterfell by two annoying guards who don't believe she's who she says she is (OMG, just let her IN!) a girl has a lukewarm reunion with her big sis Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner). The Stark girls have an intimate catch up -- Sansa's now Lady of the North, Arya's killed dozens of enemies on her list, etc., etc. -- before Sansa shares that another sibling has returned home: Bran (Isaac Hempstead-Wright). Arya's reunion with Bran The Three Eyed Raven is slightly less awkward than his oh-BTW-I-know-about-that-time-you-got-raped chat with Sansa in last week's episode. He gifts Arya with a sexy new dagger and mentions her list, making Sansa realize he might not be lying about this whole clairvoyant thing after all. The coolest part of Arya's homecoming is when she challenges Brienne of Tarth (Gwendoline Christie) to some friendly sword combat. After flattering Brienne by pointing out she's the only person at Winterfell who defeated The Hound, Arya shows off the deadly skills she picked up over the past few seasons. Who taught her such badass moves? "No one." (LOL, get it?) Fire And Ice Get Cozy The King in the North is still down south, and things are starting to heat up at Dragonstone. Jon Snow (Kit Harington) gives Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) a tour of the dragonglass caves he's about to mine to make weapons in hopes of defeating the White Walkers. Though, there's another discovery he wants to show the Mother of Dragons: a secret chamber full of petroglyphs drawn by the mystical Children of the Forest. According to the wall art, which features the same symbols the Walkers like to rearrange corpses in, the Children of the Forest fought alongside Man to defeat the common enemy. Jon explains this to Dany, and she swears to join his fight -- as soon as he bends the knee. (Each time she says this sounds more sexual.) Are we allowed to ship this secret aunt-nephew pairing? Because the heat between them could melt the Wall! After getting all hot and bothered in the cave, Dany receives some bad news about her Unsullied army storming Casterly Rock -- Cersei Lannister's (Lena Headey) army wasn't there, but a fleet of enemy Greyjoy ships was. The Lannister army was instead preparing for a siege, stockpiling all the kingdom's resources inside the walls of King's Landing. Realizing that a Dothraki army is useless without food to feed them, Dany impulsively vows to fly her dragons to the Red Keep and send the enemy ablaze. Tyrion Lannister (Peter Dinklage) advises against it, so Dany asks Jon his opinion -- which is essentially to cool off and think of another plan. But the advice Dany ends up taking was that of Olenna Tyrell (R.I.P.) a few episodes ago: "Be a dragon." Dracarys Inferno The Lannister army, overseen by Jaime Lannister (Nicolaj Coster-Waldau) and Bronne (Jerome Flynn), transports a wagon caravan containing the spoils of war toward King's Landing. Not fast enough, however, as they suddenly hear the war cry of the Dothraki army closing in. The Lannister men fall into a wall formation, but are caught off guard by another winged enemy -- Drogon flying overhead with Dany, who barbecues the human barrier with the simple command, "Dracarys." The battlefield gets intense, as the wagons -- and many, many soldiers -- go up in flames while the Dothraki take care of the enemy on the ground. Bronn manages to locate Qyburn's giant, dragon-piercing crossbow and fires a shot at Drogon. The wounded dragon plummets to the ground, where Dany struggles to remove the arrow. Seeing a vulnerable Mother of Dragons, Jaime attempts to live up to his "Kingslayer" moniker and charges at her with a spear. Of course, that doesn't end well for him. Drogon protects his mother and hocks up a fire blast right in Jaime's face -- who gets knocked off his horse (by Bronn or Dickon Tarly, we assume) at the last second and safely plunges into the river. The last we see is Jaime sinking into the water with his heavy armor. We're sure he's still alive, but Cersei is not gonna be happy when she finds out her brother/lover got roasted by a dragon. Next week is gonna be lit!!!! [Image via HBO.].....»»

Category: gossipSource: perezhiltonAug 7th, 2017

'Game of Thrones' Season 7, Episode 4: The Spoils of War - New York Times

New York Times'Game of Thrones' Season 7, Episode 4: The Spoils of WarNew York TimesSunday's “Game of Thrones” spent its first chunk unfolding through a series of tense meetings and reunions. Arya and Sansa's was tender, but with signs of trouble. Arya and Bran's was awkward, because that's kind of Bran's thing now. Bran and ...In 'The Spoils of War,' Dany breathes fireThe Boston Globe'Game of Thrones' recap: In 'The Spoils of War,' enter the dragonWashington PostUnsullied Recap—Game of Thrones, Episode 704—“The Spoils of War”Winter Is ComingThe Atlantic -USA TODAY -RollingStone.com -Forbesall 1,104 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsAug 7th, 2017

Book-Reader's Recap—Game of Thrones, Episode 703—”The Spoils of War” - Winter Is Coming

Winter Is ComingBook-Reader's Recap—Game of Thrones, Episode 703—”The Spoils of War”Winter Is ComingSpoiler Note: This post is intended for those who have read the books in the Song of Ice and Fire series. As such, the post itself and the comments will contain spoilers. If you haven't read the books yet, you can discuss this episode in our non-book ...'Game of Thrones' Season 7, Episode 4: The Spoils of WarNew York TimesIn 'The Spoils of War,' Dany breathes fireThe Boston Globe'Game of Thrones' recap: In 'The Spoils of War,' enter the dragonWashington PostThe Atlantic -USA TODAY -A.V. Club -RollingStone.comall 1,119 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsAug 7th, 2017

'Game of Thrones': Massive Battle Leaves a Main Character's Fate in Doubt - Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter'Game of Thrones': Massive Battle Leaves a Main Character's Fate in DoubtHollywood ReporterBlood, fire and family reunions abound throughout "The Spoils of War," the fourth episode of 'Thrones' season seven. [Warning: this story contains spoilers for the fourth episode of Game of Thrones' seventh season, "The Spoils of War."] With the fourth ...Game of Thrones: Why Jaime Lannister Can't Die. . .YetVanity Fair'Game of Thrones' Recap: Daenerys Must Make a Drastic ChoiceVarietyGame of Thrones recap: 'The Spoils of War'EW.com (blog)Hollywood Life -Bustle -The Boston Globe -Cinema Blendall 937 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsAug 6th, 2017

'Game Of Thrones' Season 7, Episode 4: 'Enough With The Clever Plans' - NPR

NPR'Game Of Thrones' Season 7, Episode 4: 'Enough With The Clever Plans'NPRWe're recapping Season 7 of HBO's Game of Thrones here on Monkey See. We'll try to turn them around overnight, so look for them first thing on Mondays. And of course: Spoilers abound. Reunions and battles. Battles and reunions. If they aren't the stuff ...'Game of Thrones' Season 7, Episode 4 recap: Reunions and mayhem dominate 'Spoils of War'Fox News'Game of Thrones' recap: In 'The Spoils of War,' enter the dragonWashington PostIn 'The Spoils of War,' Dany breathes fireThe Boston GlobeWinter Is Coming -Salon -Billboard -The Week Magazineall 1,146 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsAug 7th, 2017

'Game of Thrones' recap: In 'The Spoils of War,' enter the dragon - Washington Post

Washington Post'Game of Thrones' recap: In 'The Spoils of War,' enter the dragonWashington PostThe battle in the Narrow Sea in the second episode of this season wasn't the greatest “Game of Thrones” battle, by a longshot. Granted, it didn't have the storyline build-up of “Hardhome” or “The Battle of the Bastards,” and it was more minor overall ...'Game of Thrones' Season 7, Episode 4: The Spoils of WarNew York TimesGame of Thrones Gives Us Another Long-Awaited Reunion Then Overshadows it with Death and FireE! OnlineGame of Thrones: Queen of the AshesThe AtlanticCNN -USA TODAY -Forbes -A.V. Cluball 1,063 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: tmzAug 7th, 2017

Malia Obama Makes Out With Mystery Man At Harvard-Yale Tailgate Party!

Malia Obama seems to be having no problem adjusting to college life! The 19-year-old was seen at the Harvard-Yale tailgate in New Haven, Connecticut over the weekend, and she was locking lips with a new guy! Related: Barack Admits He Shed Tears Dropping Malia Off At Harvard Barack Obama's daughter appeared to be the one making the first [...] Malia Obama seems to be having no problem adjusting to college life! The 19-year-old was seen at the Harvard-Yale tailgate in New Haven, Connecticut over the weekend, and she was locking lips with a new guy! Related: Barack Admits He Shed Tears Dropping Malia Off At Harvard Barack Obama's daughter appeared to be the one making the first move with her make-out partner, who was dressed in crimson like other Harvard attendees at the tailgate party. Malia was also photographed smoking a cigarette ahead of the big football game, which may not make her famous parents too happy. It's not the first time though, as the teen caught heat for smoking something at the Lollapalooza music festival last year. You can check out the pics and video of her enjoying time with her mystery man HERE. [Image via Media Punch.].....»»

Category: gossipSource: perezhiltonNov 21st, 2017

Game of Thrones photos for episode 4, 'The Spoils of War,' leaked... - EW.com

EW.comGame of Thrones photos for episode 4, 'The Spoils of War,' leaked...EW.comLeaked, that is… by HBO! Ten new photos from the fourth episode of Game of Thrones season 7, “The Spoils of War,” are below. Thankfully for the cable network, no hacking was involved this time — HBO released the photos on Wednesday. The images ...What Bran knows, Dorne's succession, and more burning (and icy) questions in this week's Mailbag Of ThronesA.V. Club'Game of Thrones': Who will survive? Stars offer their predictionsUSA TODAYDo New Game of Thrones Photos Hint at Adventure for Brienne and Pod?Vanity FairHuffPost -TIME -Bustle -Express.co.ukall 137 news articles ».....»»

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'Game Of Thrones' Discussion: Five Questions About 'The Spoils Of War' - UPROXX

NDTV'Game Of Thrones' Discussion: Five Questions About 'The Spoils Of War'UPROXXThere are no books to work from on Game of Thrones this season — even George R.R. Martin might be surprised with what's happening on the HBO series — and things could get confusing. To help you out, after every new episode, two resident Thrones ...'Game of Thrones' Brienne of Tarth Actor on Fulfilling Her Oath to Catelyn Stark and Epic Fight Scene with AryaNewsweekGame of Thrones Season 7 Recap: Westeros World News, Issue 4Parade4 Ways Arya And The Hound Are Alike, And What It Could Mean For The Future Of 'Game Of Thrones'moviepilot.comCosmopolitan.com -BuzzFeed News -Refinery29 -IGNall 111 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsAug 7th, 2017

Game of Thrones' cinematographer breaks down the 'dragon-induced Armageddon' in The Spoils of War - The Verge

The VergeGame of Thrones' cinematographer breaks down the 'dragon-induced Armageddon' in The Spoils of WarThe VergeCanadian cinematographer Robert McLachlan is a Game of Thrones veteran. He's shot eight episodes of the show, including “The Dance of Dragons,” where Daenerys faces assassins from dragonback in the Daznak fighting pit, and “The Rains of Castamere ...'Game of Thrones': Who is likely to betray their queen or kingABC NewsSmall Council: What did we think of “The Spoils of War?”Winter Is ComingThe Unexpected Game Of Thrones Event That Could Legitimize Jon SnowCinema BlendUSA TODAY -MTV.com -HuffPost -The Mercury Newsall 664 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsAug 12th, 2017

A leaked 'Game of Thrones' episode was just one part of HBO's bad week - Washington Post

Washington PostA leaked 'Game of Thrones' episode was just one part of HBO's bad weekWashington PostOn Friday, posts began emerging on social media from people who claimed to have already watched “The Spoils of War,” better known as the yet-unaired fourth episode of “Game of Thrones” Season 7. The spoiler-laden tweets were the surest indication that ...Here's What These New 'Game Of Thrones' Images Tell Us About Episode 4Forbes6 'Game of Thrones' theories about season 7, episode 4, 'The Spoils of War'The Mercury NewsGame of Thrones Episode 704—”The Spoils of War”—PreviewWinter Is ComingEW.com -Polygon -Refinery29 -Just Jaredall 620 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsAug 5th, 2017

'Game of Thrones' Director on "Dealing Death From the Sky" in Stunning Dragon Scene - Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter'Game of Thrones' Director on "Dealing Death From the Sky" in Stunning Dragon SceneHollywood ReporterMatt Shakman tells THR what was involved in bringing the riveting "Spoils of War" battle sequence to life. [Warning: this story contains spoilers for the fourth episode of Game of Thrones' seventh season, "The Spoils of War."] At long last, Daenerys ...They're Winning Battles, but Game of Thrones' Characters Aren't Ready to Fight the Real ThreatSlate Magazine (blog)Game of Thrones showrunners, director on that epic dragon battleEW.com'Game of Thrones' Director: Loot Train Battle Inspired by Atom Bomb, PompeiVarietyThe Verge -The New Yorker -Los Angeles Times -RollingStone.comall 1,567 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsAug 8th, 2017

Game of Thrones gets record ratings for leaked episode - EW.com

EW.comGame of Thrones gets record ratings for leaked episodeEW.comRoar: Game of Thrones just got its biggest ratings ever — for an episode that leaked online three days early. The HBO fantasy hit scored 10.2 million viewers for its debut airing Sunday night at 9 p.m. ET of “The Spoils of War.” That number edges out ...'Game of Thrones': Five references and callbacks you may have missed in 'The Spoils of War'Washington Post'Game of Thrones': An Overview of Arya Stark's New WeaponHollywood ReporterGame of Thrones: The Tiny Detail That Makes the Arya/Brienne Duel Even More ImpressiveVanity FairBusiness Insider -Refinery29 -YouTubeall 2,174 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsAug 9th, 2017

Guillermo del Toro Explores Cold War Creature In ‘The Shape of Water’ Trailer

[caption id="attachment_90623" align="alignleft" width="350" caption="Art By James Jean"][/caption] As much as I appreciated the ambition behind Pacific Rim and Crimson Peak, director Guillermo del Toro's most resonant work came with Pan's Labyrinth and his finest work The Devil's Backbone. The Shape of Water doesn't have the genre bending spectacle behind Pacific Rim or Crimson Peak, but [...] Art By James Jean As much as I appreciated the ambition behind Pacific Rim and Crimson Peak, director Guillermo del Toro’s most resonant work came with Pan’s Labyrinth and his finest work The Devil’s Backbone. The Shape of Water doesn’t have the genre bending spectacle behind Pacific Rim or Crimson Peak, but the trailer suggests a more intimate form of storytelling and del Toro has already made the brilliant master stroke of casting under utilized Sally Hawkins as its lead. Set in the Cold War era of 1963, Elisa (Hawkins) is a lonely woman who works in a high-security government that houses a highly classified experiment (frequent del Toro collaborator Doug Jones). When Elisa gradually bonds with this life specimen, her job, as well as this government secret is compromised. Michael Shannon and Octavia Spencer co-star in the highly anticipated flick. Check out the trailer and tell us what you think! The Shape of Water opens nationwide December 8. Find Us On Facebook: Hollywood Outbreak Follow Us On Twitter: @Hollyoutbreak Posted by: Greg Srisavasdi.....»»

Category: topSource: hollywoodoutbreakJul 20th, 2017

Jon Snow"s Wight-Hunting Party Ends With The Biggest Game Of Thrones Death Yet! Get The Beyond The Wall Recap!

It's a wight-hunting party and we'll cry if we want to! And with the major (yes, MAJOR) casualty Jon Snow's (Kit Harington) last-ditch plan resulted in, we certainly teared up during this week's Game of Thrones. Video: Kit Does His Best Impression Of A Dragon! There were quite a few moments in Beyond The Wall that struck a [...] It's a wight-hunting party and we'll cry if we want to! And with the major (yes, MAJOR) casualty Jon Snow's (Kit Harington) last-ditch plan resulted in, we certainly teared up during this week's Game of Thrones. Video: Kit Does His Best Impression Of A Dragon! There were quite a few moments in Beyond The Wall that struck a chord: sisters plotting against sisters, mothers losing children, and aunts having naughty thoughts about their nephews. How are fans supposed to feel about all this? Read the recap of the latest hour (below) to find out! Blistering Bonding The episode kicked off with the Fellowship of The White (that's Jon Snow, Jorah Mormont, Thoros of Myr, Beric Dondarrion, Tormund, The Hound, Gendry, and a few disposable extras) trudging their way North of the wall on their impossibly dangerous mission to capture a wight to prove to Cersei the Army of the Dead is real. The party gets a lot of fun bonding screen time as they trek through the tundra. Gendry complains about how cold AF the North is. Tormund suggests that Jon get over his pride and bend the knee to Dany. Gendry complains some more about Thoros and Beric selling him off to Melisandre. The Hound tells Gendry to stop his whinging. Jon and Jorah discuss their daddy issues and swords and honor but don't bring up how they're both in love with Dany. Still With This Letter? Back at Winterfell, Littlefinger's plan to drive a wedge between the Stark sisters is going smoothly. Too smoothly, in fact, because Arya (Maisie Williams) is kind of being a Faceless drag about that raven-letter Sansa was forced to write when she was in the Lannister's hold back in season 2. Arya concludes that Sansa (Sophie Turner) is worried she'll show the letter to the lords of the North and destroy her image as Lady of the North. Sansa's all, "you wouldn't dare," and Arya's like "bitch, I just might." We cut through the subtext to save you from another long winded chat overlooking the courtyard. (Get to the point, Arya, there's only one episode left this season!) Meanwhile at Dragonstone, Tyrion (Peter Dinklage) and Dany (Emilia Clarke) discuss their upcoming meeting with Cersei. After the Hand tells the Dragon Queen she kind of overreacted when she impulsively decided to fry both Tarlys last week, Tyrion reminds Dany that she wanted to "break the wheel" of merciless rulers. Tyrion then pushes his luck by bringing up the subject of Dany's successor, reminding her that she can't have children (read the room, Tyrion.) Dany will only discuss this matter after she sits on the Iron Throne. Beary Close Call Up North, the men continue to bond (it's a long trip!) -- Tormund tells The Hound how he plans to have giant warrior babies with Brienne of Tarth. The Hound makes a subtle comment about Brienne almost(?) killing him for fans to giggle over. Beric and Jon discuss the meaning of life and why they were brought back from death. Beric tells Jon the Lord of the Light chose them to stay alive to protect and save lives -- an answer that seems to satisfy the always-brooding King in the North. The bonding gets put on pause when the party gets attacked by an undead polar bear. One of the extras is killed, and the bear begins to maul Thoros sort of like that scene in The Revenant. Except this time, there are flaming swords that kill the bear before Thoros becomes totally useless for the mission. He's really a good sport about it. After this encounter, the band of brothers finally sets sight on a white walker and his clan of backup wights. A brief battle filled with zombie gurgle SFX ends up with Jon taking out the lead walker -- which effectively incinerates all of the wights except one. This special wight they capture, but not before he summons the rest of the army with a zombie screech. Run, Gendry, Run! Knowing trouble is on the way, Jon orders Gendry to run back to Eastwatch and send a raven to Daenerys -- because he's the fastest, and because we all want to see the Hound use Gendry's hammer. Gendry reluctantly dashes off as the wights appear -- prompting Jon's party to run across a frozen lake to a small island. The wights close in on the humans until the ice breaks and a good chunk of them fall into the water. Our heroes are now trapped in a frozen wasteland surrounded by the army of the dead. Night passes, and the band of brothers realizes they will soon freeze to death. Oh wait, Thoros already froze to death. Awkward. Pour one out for the homie. Jorah and Jon deduce that killing a white walker will also kill all the wights they've created. Beric concludes that killing the Night King, who is stoically watching them from a snowy bank, will kill them all. Good to know! Gendry makes it back to Eastwatch and collapses before the gate. The guards come out and he gasps about sending ravens to Dany. You done good, kid. More Bad Ideas After receiving an invitation to King's Landing, Sansa sends a reluctant Brienne on her behalf. Brienne is worried about leaving the Lady with Littlefinger -- who, earlier in the episode, reminded her that Brienne would be the only one to stand in the way if either Stark sister conspired to harm the other. Clearly, Sansa's more worried about Arya. Oh, just you wait, Lady... At Dragonstone, Dany climbs aboard Drogon against Tyrion's advice. Putting her own life at risk, she takes off for the North on a rescue mission with Rhaegal and Viserion in tow. Frost Bite Jon and his iced comrades are in trouble. After the Hound starts throwing rocks at the wights, they learn the water around them has finally frozen solid again. This causes the wights to advance, and an epic fight ensues. Wights close in on every corner, and it's a dire situation for our heros. Tormund almost gets ripped apart, but is saved by the Hound at the (very) last second. Nice! The last extra in their party isn't so lucky, and falls into a pack of snow-zombies who do what zombies do best. All while their captured wight lies on the ground making zombie hisses. It's looking grim for the comrades, until Dany comes flying in to save them with her dragons! The place is then LIT THE FUCK UP with fire. Skeleton warriors are set ablaze! Drogon swoops down and everyone climbs aboard! Except motherfucking Jon Snow, who is still fighting. Meanwhile, the Night King reaches for his mystical ice-spear and launches it javelin style. No, not at Jon -- at Viserion flying in the sky! Yeah, this fucker has impressive upper body strength -- because that ice-spear travels hundreds of feet in the air and fatally hits Viserion right in his dragon heart. Close up of heartbroken Dany as one of her children (albeit, the one named after her evil brother) sinks into the icy waters. Sad! The Night King readies another ice-spear as Jon is overtaken by some wights and falls below the ice. Too slow, Jon Snow. Dany takes off, and the second ice-spear BARELY misses a fleeing Drogon. Seconds later, Jon surfaces. The wights notice and savagely dash towards him, but he's saved at the last second by -- who else? -- Uncle Benjen! The sort-of-undead Stark slaps Jon on a horse and sends him back to the Wall before proceeding to take down the oncoming horde with that fiery skull thing he likes to whip around. Thankfully, Jon makes it back to Eastwatch. He's loaded onto a Targaryen ship, where Dany marvels over his heroic stabwounds/even more heroic abs. Consider her fire lit. Snoopy Starks At Winterfell, Sansa sneaks into Arya's room and finds her genuinely unsettling bag of faces. Then things get even creepier when Arya basically manifests in a puff of smoke and slowly creeps toward her sister with her hands behind her back. Arya reveals the deadly skills she picked up at the House of Black and White and threatens to chop of Sansa's face so she can finally feel what it's like to wear those pretty dresses. Um... or you can just, like, borrow one, Arya? Sansa is left feeling unsafe and creeped out. Fire and Ice On the ship, Jon wakes up to find Dany at his bedside. He apologizes on behalf of her reptilian loss, and she swears to help him defeat the Night King. Jon then one ups her and agrees to bend the knee, calling her "my queen." Heavy hand holding and sexy eyes follows. Dany leaves all flustered. This is happening, people! Back up north, the wights work together to carry Viserion's giant corpse out of the lake with chains. The Night king comes over and delivers a game changing blow with the touch of his mystically cursed, undead hands: the dragon opens his now-blue eye, officially resurrected as a white walker flyer! Yup, we finally got our long-rumored ice dragon! Now for that season finale.... [Image via HBO.].....»»

Category: gossipSource: perezhiltonAug 21st, 2017

Game of Thrones recap: 'The Queen's Justice' - EW.com

EW.comGame of Thrones recap: 'The Queen's Justice'EW.comThe war of the two queens is now fully underway in another surprise-packed episode of Game of Thrones, which included the long-awaited meeting of Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen — among many other developments. There was a major Stark reunion ...'Game Of Thrones' Season 7, Episode 3 Review: 'The Queen's Justice'Forbes10 Things You Didn't Know About Game of Thrones Star Diana Rigg's Amazing Life and CareerPEOPLE.com'Game of Thrones' Recap: Queens, Murders, and a Backsliding Dude or TwoVarietyTIME -The Verge -New York Times -Vanity Fairall 268 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsJul 31st, 2017

'Game of Thrones' Delivers Fire, Blood and Casualties in Epic Battle Scene - Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter'Game of Thrones' Delivers Fire, Blood and Casualties in Epic Battle SceneHollywood ReporterEnemies waged war and new alliances moved into place in the latest episode of 'Thrones,' called "Stormborn." [Warning: this story contains spoilers for the second episode of Game of Thrones season seven, "Stormborn."] Well, that's one way to make a ...'Game of Thrones' Recap: New Alliances Begin to Form as War ApproachesVarietyGame of Thrones recap: 'Stormborn'EW.comTheories About Euron's Gift For Cersei On 'Game Of Thrones' Could Hint At A Revenge-Themed PresentBustleYahoo News -Hollywood Life -Cinema Blend -ComingSoon.netall 147 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsJul 23rd, 2017

Which Westeros dream teams would 'Game of Thrones' stars like to see? - USA TODAY

USA TODAYWhich Westeros dream teams would 'Game of Thrones' stars like to see?USA TODAYSurvive long enough in Westeros and you never know who you'll bump into. With just 11 episodes left, Game of Thrones characters who were once spread far and wide are coming together, some for the first time. Last week, Daenerys Targaryen met Red ...Small Council: What did we think of “Stormborn”?Winter Is Coming'Game of Thrones' Season 7 Spoilers: Jon Meets Daenerys; Euron Returns to King's Landing Bearing GiftsChristian PostGame of Thrones Star Kit Harington Talks Jon Snow Finally Meeting DaenerysPEOPLE.comTV Guide -moviepilot.com -Harvard Crimson -Cinema Blendall 1,229 news articles ».....»»

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'Game of Thrones': An Overview of Arya Stark's New Weapon - Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter'Game of Thrones': An Overview of Arya Stark's New WeaponHollywood ReporterA relatively ancient artifact resurfaced on this week's episode of 'Thrones,' with massive potential for the future. [Warning: This story contains spoilers for the fourth episode of Game of Thrones' seventh season, "The Spoils of War."] Entering season ...'Game of Thrones' Dragon Battle Was Inspired by 'Apocalypse Now' and 'Saving Private Ryan'New York TimesGame of Thrones gets record ratings for leaked episodeEW.comThey're Winning Battles, but Game of Thrones' Characters Aren't Ready to Fight the Real ThreatSlate Magazine (blog)Deadline -Business Insider -HuffPost -New Republicall 1,807 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsAug 8th, 2017

Game of Thrones: Does This Stunning New Location Spell Another Tragedy? - Vanity Fair

Vanity FairGame of Thrones: Does This Stunning New Location Spell Another Tragedy?Vanity FairGame of Thrones has spent seven seasons dazzling fans with international location after location. From the frosty extremes of Iceland to the dusty hot cities of Spain and Northern Africa, HBO has spared no expense in turning the wonders of our world ...Dragons, Death and Sibling Rivalry: What Lies Ahead In 'The Game of Thrones' Season 7 Finale?ForbesCan Fire Kill Ice Dragons? 'Game Of Thrones' Just Got A Lot Scarier For The Good GuysBustleGame of Thrones: Is John Snow Completely Alive?Screen RantDen of Geek US -E! Online -Harvard Crimson -Salonall 371 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsAug 27th, 2017