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"Game of Thrones" Must-See Moment: Is a Great Northern Battle About to Arrive?

The title of tonight's episode, "Eastwatch," points to a culmination of several of season seven's scattered story threads.read more.....»»

Category: tvSource: hollywoodreporterAug 13th, 2017

Trump Of Thrones! See Which Game Of Thrones Characters The Trump Administration Would Be!

Shortly after Donald Trump was elected president, George R.R. Martin penned a blog post forecasting America's doom, writing: "Winter is coming. I told you so." Several months, three looming wars, and one deadly Nazi rally later, it's clear the Game Of Thrones author wasn't exaggerating! At first, Trump's team seemed like a bunch of amateur carnival performers [...] Shortly after Donald Trump was elected president, George R.R. Martin penned a blog post forecasting America's doom, writing: "Winter is coming. I told you so." Several months, three looming wars, and one deadly Nazi rally later, it's clear the Game Of Thrones author wasn't exaggerating! At first, Trump's team seemed like a bunch of amateur carnival performers -- but now, it's clear he's backed by a council of villainous, bloodthirsty chess players straight out of King's Landing. So, we thought it would be more than appropriate to assign Trump's people to their Westerosi counterparts! As for the Big Cheeto, he started out seeming like a Joffrey Baratheon -- but after months of commanding the Iron Throne Oval Office, it's clear he's a much more dangerous ruler! See who makes up our White House King's Council (below)! CLICK HERE to view "The Trump Administration -- As Game Of Thrones Characters!" CLICK HERE to view "The Trump Administration -- As Game Of Thrones Characters!" CLICK HERE to view "The Trump Administration -- As Game Of Thrones Characters!" CLICK HERE to view "The Trump Administration -- As Game Of Thrones Characters!" CLICK HERE to view "The Trump Administration -- As Game Of Thrones Characters!" [Image via CNN/HBO.].....»»

Category: gossipSource: perezhiltonAug 18th, 2017

Find Out Who Died On This Week"s Bloody Game Of Thrones!

[Winter is here and so are SPOILERS!] The creators of Game of Thrones have made one thing perfectly clear, they are willing to eliminate entire houses within the blink of an eye. Photos: Game Of Thrones Cast In Between Seasons 6 & 7 While Arya Stark impressively took out the entire Frey clan during last week's GoT episode, [...] [Winter is here and so are SPOILERS!] The creators of Game of Thrones have made one thing perfectly clear, they are willing to eliminate entire houses within the blink of an eye. Photos: Game Of Thrones Cast In Between Seasons 6 & 7 While Arya Stark impressively took out the entire Frey clan during last week's GoT episode, another famous family faced destruction during Sunday night's showing of the HBO drama. As promised, the battle on the Narrow Sea brought all kinds of bloodshed, but not until the very end of the episode. So, strap in, and discover everything that went down during season seven's second episode, titled Stormborn. Alliances Are Made And Solidified During a dark and stormy night at Dragonstone, Daenerys Targaryen unexpectedly grills Varys over his history of flitting from one ruler to the next. After vowing his loyalty to the Mother of Dragons, Daenerys invites the eunuch to stay on as a member of her small council -- but promises that if he crosses her she'll burn him alive. Fair enough. It's almost as if Melisandre's ears started tingling at the mention of burning people as she appears at Dragonstone to give the Targaryen queen some advice. The Red Woman fills Daenerys in on the prophecy of Azor Ahai (you know the savior who has been prophesied to be reborn and save everyone). While everyone assumes the savior is meant to be a male prince, Daenerys' gal pal and translator Missandei explains that the term prince in the prophecy is actually gender neutral. Well, this explains why the red priestess has come to serve Daenerys. After capturing the Queen's attention, Melisandre advises the royal to reach out to Jon Snow, King of the North, as she's certain he has a role to play in the prophecy too. Daenerys' hand Tyrion Lannister gets excited at the idea of forging an alliance with Ned Stark's bastard/secret nephew as they need more allies in Westeros. Daenerys listens to her advisers and sends a raven to Winterfell and invites Snow to "bend the knee." Unsurprisingly, those in Winterfell are nervous to accept the invitation as every time a ruler in the North leaves, they die. At first, Jon is talked out of going by his sister Sansa Stark as she's wary of the mysterious Dragon queen. However, after receiving a raven from his good buddy Samwell Tarly about how there is dragonglass to be found at Dragonstone, the bastard King decides to head South. Now, this understandably disappoints the lords in the North, but they need dragonglass to defeat the zombie White Walker army. Thus, Jon puts his sister in charge -- pleasing Sansa and Petyr Baelish (AKA Littlefinger). Littlefinger tries to have a pow-wow with Snow, but makes things awkward when he professes his love for the King's little sister. In response to Petyr's creepy proposal, Jon shoves the lord against a wall and warns him to stay away from Sansa. Excuse us as we go swoon for a second. Jon then mounts his horse and peaces for Dragonstone. Hopefully, this isn't the last time he sees Winterfell!! Dr. Tarly's In The House Daenerys' loyal sworn sword, Ser Jorah Mormont is currently at the Citadel where Samwell is studying up on dragonglass. Why?? Well, because, the knight is looking for a cure for greyscale. After one grumpy Arch-Maester refuses to hear Tarly out about a radical treatment plan, it appears as though Jorah is doomed. But Sam, being the rule breaker he is, shows up late at night to treat Mormont because he knew the sick knight's father through the Night's Watch. The medical procedure is gross, painful, and uncomfortable to watch (be glad you missed it). Regardless, Tarly finishes the surgery -- yet it's still unclear if the treatment was successful. Arya Has Her Own Game Of Thrones Reunion After running into her old pal Hot Pie, Arya Stark learns that her favorite brother (cousin?) has taken back Winterfell and is now King of the North. This news completely derails the assassin on the rise's plan to murder Queen Cersei Lannister as she decides to head North to reunite with her family. Later in her journey, Arya is surrounded by a pack of wolves led by her long lost direwolf, Nymeria. The young Stark asks her direwolf to accompany her back to Winterfell, but the wolf turns and runs off into the woods. Like Arya, Nymeria has changed a ton over the course of seven seasons. Stark continues on her journey home, but if she makes it, we're not sure she'll be able to stay in one place. She's been through too much. Cersei Lannister, Queen Of Public Relations Amid the news that Daenerys has landed in Westeros, Cersei summons the remaining lords at her disposal and begs them to help her stop the Targaryen's impending army. In order to rally the lords to her side, the Lannister queen brands Daenerys as the mad offspring of crazzzy King Aerys II. Cersei, who is clearly shaken up over the idea of facing dragons, is then comforted by her sidekick Qyburn as he shows her a new weapon he's working on to defeat the dragons. NOOOOO! Back To Dragonstone Feeling antsy to take the Seven Kingdoms, Daenerys has a meeting with her powerful AF squad --including Ellaria Sand, Yara Greyjoy, and ​Olenna Tyrell. The crew argues about how best to use the dragons and their giant army. While the ladies want to rage fire rain on King's Landing, Tyrion advises that they only uses soldiers from Westeros for the invasion as it'll seem more like a civil war and not like an outside take over. Daenerys agrees with the Imp, as she orders that the Unsullied and Dothraki army will seize Cersei's homeland of Casterly Rock. Whereas the Greyjoys and Ellaria are commanded to lay siege on King's Landing, which will likely starve out Cersei into surrendering. Despite agreeing with the game plan, Olenna tells Daenerys that the lords of Westeros are sheep and will follow whom ever they fear most. The Queen of Thorns quips: "Are you a sheep? No. You're a dragon. Be a dragon." *Slow claps* As for Missandei and Grey Worm, they take their flirtationship to the next level as they share a passionate night together since the Unsullied captain is Casterly Rock bound. It's hot, and that's all we'll say on the matter. The Battle On The Narrow Sea While en route to pick up the Dornish army for a siege on King's Landing, the Greyjoy fleet is discovered by their evil uncle Euron Greyjoy (who has built his own massive armada). The battle is bloody and brutal and some of our favorites die -- including Obara and Nymeria Sand. Ellaria and her daughter Tyene are captured and taken hostage. Well there goes half of the Dornish royal family. Yara does everything in her power to take down her psychotic uncle, but to no avail. After an epic tousle, Euron overpowers Yara and holds a blade to her throat. Theon witnesses this and immediately has a Reek flashback. Yara sheds as single tear as her brother jumps overboard like a coward and hides from the savage armada. Oof. Like we said, a LOT happened. Be sure to let us know YOUR favorite moment from the episode (below)! You know you have one….....»»

Category: gossipSource: perezhiltonJul 24th, 2017

'Game of Thrones' Must-See Moment: What Won't Happen in the Season 7 Finale - Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter'Game of Thrones' Must-See Moment: What Won't Happen in the Season 7 FinaleHollywood ReporterSprung from the mind of author George R.R. Martin and brought into live-action through more than a decade of work by showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss, Thrones trades on the idea that bad things can happen to good people at any time, all of the ...'Game of Thrones' Season 7 Finale Predictions: Jon Snow and Dany Make Love, the Wall Will Fall, and MoreDaily BeastGame of Thrones Hope Chest: what do you most want resolved in the season finale?The VergeWhen Does 'Game Of Thrones' Season 8 Premiere? Fans Could Be In For Their Longest Wait YetBustleMashable -Polygon -NJ.com -Recodeall 200 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsAug 27th, 2017

Why 'Game of Thrones' director believes dragon battle result is 'game-changer' - USA TODAY

USA TODAYWhy 'Game of Thrones' director believes dragon battle result is 'game-changer'USA TODAY... north of the Wall in HBO's 'Game of Thrones.' (Photo: Helen Sloan, HBO). 23 CONNECTTWEETLINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMORE. Spoiler alert! This story contains details from Sunday's episode of Game of Thrones, "Beyond the Wall." Alan Taylor's.Game of Thrones: Emilia Clarke on Daenerys' 'heartbreaking' lossEW.com (blog)How 'Game of Thrones' Delivered the Season's Mother of Dragon MomentsHollywood ReporterIs Time a Problem for Game of ThronesVultureThe Verge -The Atlantic -Daily Beast -Vanity Fairall 1,149 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsAug 22nd, 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

New Game Of Thrones Fan Theory Makes Jon & Dany Sex WAY More Gross!

Game Of Thrones fans are some of the most clever out there — and also some of the sickest! After the season 7 finale, we now all know R+L=J ended up being true; Jon Snow is actually the son of Rhaegar Targaryen and Lyanna Stark, making his relationship with Dany a total "I Fucked My Aunt" [...] Game Of Thrones fans are some of the most clever out there -- and also some of the sickest! After the season 7 finale, we now all know R+L=J ended up being true; Jon Snow is actually the son of Rhaegar Targaryen and Lyanna Stark, making his relationship with Dany a total "I Fucked My Aunt" situation. But what if it's even MORE incestuous? A fan asked author George R.R. Martin about the lemon tree Dany remembers from when she was a small child, pointing out that lemons grow in Dorne, not Braavos where she thinks she was raised. Martin, who once told actor Alfie Allen that Jon Snow's parentage was "a bit of a Luke Skywalker situation" was coy about the answer but called the reader "very perceptive." But why is Dany secretly growing up in Dorne important? As you'll recall, Jon Snow was hidden away in the Tower of Joy (which is in Dorne) where he was given to Ned Stark to hide away. But Ned was gone for another nine months, which happens to be Jon and Dany's exact age difference according to the books. The theory goes that Dany was ALSO a secret child of Rhaegar, and Ned thought it would be safer to hide her separately from Jon. Because of her silver hair, she was unmistakably Targaryen, so he pretended she was the daughter of Aerys the Mad King. But really, like Luke and Leia in Star Wars, Jon and Dany are... LONG LOST BROTHER AND SISTER! That would give a kind of gross full circle to the entire story as it all started with the secret of the Lannister incest. But let's face it, it's just TOO gross! But this "Luke and Leia Targaryen" theory is far from the strangest... CLICK HERE to view "Weirdest Game Of Thrones Fan Theories!" CLICK HERE to view "Weirdest Game Of Thrones Fan Theories!" CLICK HERE to view "Weirdest Game Of Thrones Fan Theories!" CLICK HERE to view "Weirdest Game Of Thrones Fan Theories!" CLICK HERE to view "Weirdest Game Of Thrones Fan Theories!" [Image via HBO/Instagram.].....»»

Category: gossipSource: perezhiltonSep 15th, 2017

17 Game Of Thrones Sex Scenes RANKED From Best To Worst!

Now that the penultimate season of Game Of Thrones has wrapped up, fans are left with around a year and a half before the final chapter. We don't know about you, but that has us looking back at the series as a whole. For some reason (Kit Harington's butt), the finale made us think about all the [...] Now that the penultimate season of Game Of Thrones has wrapped up, fans are left with around a year and a half before the final chapter. We don't know about you, but that has us looking back at the series as a whole. For some reason (Kit Harington's butt), the finale made us think about all the many sex scenes we've seen and why some are so much better (Kit Harington's butt) than others. So we picked some of the scenes which stick out the most and rank them. So which were sweet as Dornish red and which left a taste in our mouths as bad as a bowl of brown? Find out in our NSFW gallery... CLICK HERE to view "17 Game Of Thrones Sex Scenes RANKED From Best To Worst!" CLICK HERE to view "17 Game Of Thrones Sex Scenes RANKED From Best To Worst!" CLICK HERE to view "17 Game Of Thrones Sex Scenes RANKED From Best To Worst!" CLICK HERE to view "17 Game Of Thrones Sex Scenes RANKED From Best To Worst!" CLICK HERE to view "17 Game Of Thrones Sex Scenes RANKED From Best To Worst!" [Image via HBO.].....»»

Category: gossipSource: perezhiltonSep 1st, 2017

Aidan Gillen talks about that Littlefinger moment on 'Game of Thrones' - Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesAidan Gillen talks about that Littlefinger moment on 'Game of Thrones'Los Angeles TimesSophie Turner as Sansa Stark and Aidan Gillen as Petyr “Littlefinger” Baelish in the "Game of Thrones" episode “The Dragon and the Wolf.” Sophie Turner as Sansa Stark and Aidan Gillen as Petyr “Littlefinger” Baelish in the "Game of Thrones" episode ...TV Review: 'Game of Thrones' Season 7 Finale on HBOVarietyThe definitive ranking of all 7 'Game of Thrones' Season 7 episodesMashableGame of Thrones: How Long Do We Have to Wait for Season 8?Vanity FairBustle -moviepilot.com -Den of Geek US -PEOPLE.comall 1,775 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsAug 29th, 2017

Ranking the best 'Game of Thrones' battle scenes - The Boston Globe

The Boston GlobeRanking the best 'Game of Thrones' battle scenesThe Boston GlobeSunday night's stunning Loot Train Battle was certainly one of the standout scenes during seven seasons of ''Game of Thrones.'' But was it the very best of the major battles that we've witnessed? Using some combination of visual spectacle, emotional ...Game of Thrones' Daenerys Targaryen Won the Battle, But She Could've Won the WarSlate Magazine (blog)Will Tyrion Betray Daenerys To Pay His Debt To Jaime? And 6 More Game Of Thrones QuestionsMTV.comWhy Eastwatch Could Be a Pivotal Location on Game of ThronesTIMEGizmodo -EW.com (blog) -Hollywood Reporter -Business Insiderall 722 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsAug 10th, 2017

'Game of Thrones' Must-See Moment: The Lion's Roar - Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter'Game of Thrones' Must-See Moment: The Lion's RoarHollywood ReporterHere's why Tyrion fans should look forward to "The Queen's Justice," the third episode of 'Thrones' seventh season. Based on his relatively quiet screen time over the past couple of seasons, you would be forgiven for not remember that Peter Dinklage is ...'Game of Thrones' Live Stream: How to Watch Season 7 Episode 3 Without Cable for FreeHeavy.com#NoConfederate: Let HBO Know Their Tone-Deaf Show Has Got To GoThe Root'Game of Thrones' Season 7, Episode 3 Tonight: Everything You Need to Know Before 'The Queen's Justice' AirsNewsweekThe Mercury News -Winter Is Coming -MassLive.com -Christian Postall 103 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsJul 30th, 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

Game Of Thrones Kills Off MORE Fan Favorites In This Week"s Death-Filled Episode — Get The Recap HERE!

[This post is dark and FULL OF SPOILERS!!] Cersei Lannister may've gotten her revenge, but Olenna Tyrell got the last laugh. While this week's episode of Game of Thrones, titled The Queen's Justice, might not have had an epic fight scene, there was plenty of blood shed. It's like the GoT creators are on a mission to [...] [This post is dark and FULL OF SPOILERS!!] Cersei Lannister may've gotten her revenge, but Olenna Tyrell got the last laugh. While this week's episode of Game of Thrones, titled The Queen's Justice, might not have had an epic fight scene, there was plenty of blood shed. It's like the GoT creators are on a mission to kill off all of our favorite characters... but let's not get ahead of ourselves. Related: GOT Star Nikolaj Coster-Waldau Screwed By His Former Manager! Sunday night's showing of the HBO drama picked up right where we left off with Jon Snow Dragonstone bound, Sansa Stark ruling Winterfell, Cersei sending Euron Greyjoy's armada to eliminate her enemies, etc. So, obviously, there was a lot to follow up with during The Queen's Justice. Let's not waste anymore time and jump right in... A Deathly Kiss As promised, Euron returned to King's Landing with an epic gift for his (potential) fiancée, Queen Cersei. The gift in question was the woman responsible for her daughter Myrcella's death, the one and only Ellaria Sand. Greyjoy presented the villainous queen with his captives, which also included Ellaria's daughter Tyene Sand and his rebellious niece Yara Greyjoy. The queen was grateful AF for her present, but was still not willing to commit to getting engaged to Greyjoy -- that probably has something to do with the fact that she's still screwing her brother. Nonetheless, Cersei promised Euron that he'll have everything his heart desires once the war is won. She then spent a little one on one time with the Sands where she avenged her daughter's death by killing Tyene with the same poison used on the late princess. However, being monster she is, Cersei informed Ellaria that the poison is meant to bring about a slow death -- meaning Ellaria will watch as her daughter rots away. Savage. Samwell Tarly Graduates Med School After curing Ser Jorah Mormont's deadly greyscale infection, Samwell Tarly and the fallen knight try and pretend that the Daenerys Targaryen lackey magically got cured over night. While Sam's boss was clearly annoyed he disobeyed orders to let Jorah die in peace, the Archmaester tells Mormont to be on his way to be reunited with the Mother of Dragons. Oh, and the Archmaester only slightly reprimanded Harry Potter, excuse us, Mr. Tarly. A Stark Reunion Sansa Stark was actually killing it as Lady of Winterfell when her brother Bran Stark returned home. As many believed that the physically handicapped Stark was dead, Sansa was overcome with emotion at the sight of her brother. During a candid chat by the Godswoods, Sansa admitted it's Bran's birthright to run Winterfell as he is Ned Stark's last living full blooded son. Bran then informed his sis that he has ZERO interested in running the northern castle as he's too busy being the three eyed raven -- a concept both the audience and Sansa haven't really figured out. In order to prove that he's changed and become a psychic (or whatever), Bran revealed to Sansa that he saw what happened to her on her wedding night to Ramsay Bolton. This made Sansa, rightfully, uncomfortable and she bounced from the convo to go run Winterfell some more. Fire And Ice Come Together The meeting between Daenerys Targaryen and Jon Snow was surprisingly underwhelming as the two monarchs spent most of their initial convo bickering over titles. Pretty much, Jon refused to "bend the knee" as his people elected him to be King in the North and Daenerys wasn't okay with that. Not to mention, Daenerys was too busy focusing on her war with Cersei to believe Jon when he revealed that a White Walker army was heading for Westeros. Although, tbh, all we wanted was for Daenerys and Jon to figure out they're related -- but they're gonna need Bran for that revelation. Anywho, upon learning that the Sands and the young Greyjoys were demolished at the battle of the Narrow Sea, the Mother of Dragons decided to make a gesture of goodwill towards the Northern King as she gave him and his men permission to mine Dragonstone for the White Walker killing dragonglass. See we CAN all get along! The Queen Of Thorns No More Despite all their planning, Daenerys' small council hasn't been having the best of luck when it comes to battles. While the Unsullied's invasion of Casterly Rock was supposed to be an easy win, it was almost too easy as Jamie Lannister pulled most of the Lannister forces from the fort and sent them on a bloody mission to Highgarden. The Lannister army destroyed the Tyrell footmen and the elderly matriarch was left alone in her huge castle. Jamie and Olenna pow wowed for a bit before the one handed soldier shared that death was her destiny. Like the badass she is (well, was) the Queen of Thorns accepted her fate, but not before dropping some truth bombs. For starters, she called Jamie out for having a fucked up sexual relationship with his twin. After calling Cersei a "monster," Olenna swallowed the poison provided by Jamie and also revealed that SHE was the one who poisoned Joffrey at the Purple Wedding. Snap! Snap! This tidbit left Jamie visibly shaken as he stormed out of the room. We have a feeling he's heading Cersei's way as the Queen spent a lot of time and energy convincing people that their brother Tyrion and Sansa Stark were responsible for the late king's passing. Dramaaaaa! Like we said, a LOT happened. Be sure to let us know YOUR favorite moment from the episode (below)! You know you have one….....»»

Category: gossipSource: perezhiltonJul 31st, 2017

Watch Northern Lights illuminate sky

Stunning Northern Lights are captured on film by travel magazine editor Alexander Kuznetsov in northern Finland. Video provided by Reuters         Stunning Northern Lights are captured on film by travel magazine editor Alexander Kuznetsov in northern Finland. Video provided by Reuters        .....»»

Category: topSource: usatodaySep 8th, 2017

Noah Syndergaard's 'Game of Thrones' Cameo Ends in Fiery Death - New York Times

New York TimesNoah Syndergaard's 'Game of Thrones' Cameo Ends in Fiery DeathNew York TimesMets pitcher Noah Syndergaard throwing a spear during a battle on Game of Thrones. Credit HBO. It can be hard to compare the relative strengths of competing mythologies, but on this week's episode of HBO's “Game of Thrones,” it appeared that a Norse ...Noah Syndergaard had a 'Game of Thrones' cameoSB NationNoah Syndergaard's 'Game of Thrones' cameo resembled Brick from 'Anchorman'Kansas City Star (blog)Noah Syndergaard has dream come true with 'Game of Thrones' appearanceSports Illustratedall 52 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsAug 7th, 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' Season 7, Episode 2: 'You're A Dragon. Be A Dragon' - NPR

NPR'Game Of Thrones' Season 7, Episode 2: 'You're A Dragon. Be A Dragon'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. One of the most frustrating things about a show like Game of Thrones ...'Game of Thrones' recap: In 'Stormborn,' the battle for the Seven Kingdoms truly beginsWashington PostGame of Thrones: A Wolf in Wolf's ClothingThe AtlanticGame of Thrones Recap: The Fullness of TimeVultureChicago Tribune -The Verge -Hollywood Reporter -Boston Heraldall 293 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsJul 24th, 2017

Game of Thrones episode shown in Spain, Nordics by error - ABC News

Economic TimesGame of Thrones episode shown in Spain, Nordics by errorABC NewsFILE - This is a Tuesday, June 10, 2014 file photo of weapons from the Game of Thrones are on display at the Waterfront Hall, Belfast, Northern Ireland. HBO in Spain has aired, apparently by accident, episode six of the seventh season of the immensely ...'Game of Thrones' leak: Four people arrested in IndiaUSA TODAY'Game Of Thrones' Season 7: New Episode Leaked 5 Days Early & Fans Are Freaking OutHollywood Life'Game of Thrones' Episode 6 leaked online after HBO Spain errorFox NewsTVLine -MarketWatch -Engadget -A.V. Cluball 224 news articles ».....»»

Category: feudsSource: tmzAug 16th, 2017

Every Scene From the Game of Thrones Season 7 Trailers We've Yet to See - TIME

TIMEEvery Scene From the Game of Thrones Season 7 Trailers We've Yet to SeeTIMEWith only three episodes to go, season seven of Game of Thrones is more than halfway over. But considering how action-packed the first four episodes were — did someone say dragon battle? — the people of Westeros still have a wild ride ahead of them.Game of Thrones' Daenerys Targaryen Won the Battle, But She Could've Won the WarSlate Magazine (blog)Game of Thrones: What If Tyrion Is Just Good At Talking?HuffPostGame of Thrones episode 5 photos releasedEW.com (blog)Los Angeles Times -CBSSports.com -FanSided -A.V. Cluball 702 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsAug 10th, 2017

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': The major battle scenes, ranked - Washington Post

Washington Post'Game of Thrones': The major battle scenes, rankedWashington PostSunday night's stunning Loot Train Battle was certainly one of the standout scenes during seven seasons of “Game of Thrones.” But was it the very best of the major battles that we've witnessed? Using some combination of visual spectacle, emotional ...Game of Thrones episode 5 photos releasedEW.com (blog)Every Scene From the Game of Thrones Season 7 Trailers We've Yet to SeeTIMEGame of Thrones Episode 5 Photos Promise Tough Times for TyrionVanity FairPOPSUGAR -Business Insider -A.V. Club -Refinery29all 2,188 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsAug 9th, 2017