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‘Game Of Thrones’: Tyrion Is Totally Going To Betray Daenerys — Here’s Why

Over the course of 'Game of Thrones' season 7, the show has dropped hints that someone will betray Daenerys. I believe Tyrion Lannister -- yes, really -- is going to be the one who is unfaithful to Dany......»»

Category: topSource: hollywoodlifeAug 13th, 2017

Game Of Thrones Hatches A Mad Plan, Teases Madder Queens, & The Bastard Reunion We"ve Been Waiting For! Eastwatch Recap HERE!

Winter is here — which means the people of Westeros need to put their houses and grudges aside to fight a common enemy. That's the brilliant plan that brings our new favorite group of Game of Thrones boys North of the Wall — including one bastard we haven't seen in years! The latest hour of the HBO [...] Winter is here -- which means the people of Westeros need to put their houses and grudges aside to fight a common enemy. That's the brilliant plan that brings our new favorite group of Game of Thrones boys North of the Wall -- including one bastard we haven't seen in years! The latest hour of the HBO fantasy series ended with Jon Snow's mission to end all missions: capture a wight in hopes of convincing Cersei and Daenerys to form an armistice against the Army of the Dead. Related: Celebs Who LOVE Game Of Thrones! It's a visual fans would die to see -- but alas, nothing on this show ends up like the characters plan. At least that seemed to be a running theme through Eastwatch. Get the full recap (below)! Bend The Knee The episode kicks off in the aftermath of the Loot Train Attack, with Daenerys (Emilia Clarke) giving the defeated Lannister soldiers a choice: either bend the knee or get burnt to flames. Only two are stubborn enough to take the second option, Randyll Tarly and Dickon Tarly, who refuse to submit to the Mother of Dragons. She refuses to back down as well, and roasts the Tarly's alive. Once the Dragon Queen is back in Dragonstone, Jon Snow (Kit Harington) and Tyrion Lannister (Peter Dinklage) hatch an idea that could put an end to this petty war amongst men: bring Cersei evidence of this Army of the Dead to convince her to join forces with Jon and Dany (who still isn't 100% sold on the White Walkers herself just yet). It's an idea crazy enough to work -- mostly because it's the only idea left -- so, Ser Davos and Tyrion take an impromptu trip to King's Landing to get the ear of Cersei's most trusted hand, Jaime Lannister. After surviving that plunge into the river after last week's battle, Jaime returns to King's Landing to find a greater distance between him and Cersei (Lena Headey) -- she doesn't seem to give any fucks that it was Olenna Tyrell who poisoned their son Joffrey, and not Tyrion as she long suspected (wished?). Jaime then finds himself in a secret meeting with his traitor brother, now serving for the opposing army, who explains his plans to convince Cersei that the White Walkers are real. Once Jaime brings this news back to Cersei, he discovers an even more shocking revelation: she's pregnant with his child and plans on announcing it publically! Oh, and she knows about his secret meeting with Tyrion -- and, yeah, never betray the evil pregnant queen again. Rocking The Boat Meanwhile in King's Landing, Ser Davos has unfinished business in Flea Bottom -- to reunite with Gendry Baratheon (FINALLY!!!) who is no longer still rowing, but has been forging weapons for the Lannister army right under Cersei's nose. He immediately signs up for whatever mission Davos is offering, and later shows off his deadly skills with that cast-iron hammer by bashing in two nosy Gold Coats. As Tyrion says: "He'll do." Over in Oldtown, Sam is FED UP with his intern work in the Citadel. After Archmaester Ebrose brushes off a message from Bran warning about the walkers marching on the Wall, Sam decides he can no longer idly stand by with the maesters and ignore the looming threat. In fact, he's so fired up he completely ignores Gilly accidentally coming across a MAJOR revelation. According to an old scroll, a High Septon had annulled Rhaegar Targaryen's marriage in Dorne and married him to another woman (Jon's mother, Lyanna Stark). This means not only is Jon Rhaegar's son, but his legitimate son -- and rightful heir to the Iron Throne! (Sry, Dany!) Thankfully, Gilly will have a more appropriate time to reveal that information, as she and Lil' Sam head off to the North with big Sam and a bunch of books from the restricted section of the library. Stark Secrets Things are also heating up back in Winterfell, specifically between Arya (Maisie Williams) and Sansa (Sophie Turner). The sisters are already back to their bickering ways, but this time each Stark girl holds much more power. After some Stark bannerman suggest that Sansa should be their ruler in the Great Hall, Arya points out to her sister that she didn't extinguish the complaints as decisively as she should have. Sansa retorts that "cutting off heads" like Ayra is used to doing isn't the way to get people to work together. But Arya swipes back, hinting that Sansa's thirst for glory is evidenced by her taking residence in their parents' chambers. Easy, girls! Arya later sneaks around Winterfell following Littlefinger. She sneaks into his room to look for a scroll she hears him speak about with Maester Wolkan, but instead finds the letter Sansa was forced to write in Season One, asking Robb and Catelyn to pledge allegiance to Joffrey. As she leaves his room, it turns out Arya isn't that great at being faceless -- because the sneaky Littlefinger has been watching her, too. The Boys Are Back Up North Back in Dragonstone, Jorah Mormont has returned and replaced his allegiance as Daenerys' number one fanboy. But he doesn't stay for long -- instead, he volunteers to head up north for the wight-catching party beyond the Wall. Dany's fine with Jorah leaving, but isn't quite so happy when Jon declares he needs to lead the expedition. She says she hasn't given him permission to leave, which launches the King in the North into a passionate speech about trusting a "stranger" -- though Dany's eyes reveal she sees him as much more than that. The final scene of the episode teased all your favorite Westeros boyfriends putting aside their differences in the Eastwatch castle. Jon, Gendry, Jorah, and Davos try to convince Tormund, Beric Dondarrion, Thoros of Myr, and the Hound to join their wight-hunting party. The group has some history -- Turmond isn't a fan of Jorah because his father used to hunt wildlings as Lord Commander of the Night's Watch. Gendry points out that Beric and Thoros once sold him off to Melisandre. The Hound is, well, just the Hound. But Jon reminds them that their all on the same side now because they're all breathing, and the men agree to embark on perhaps the most important mission yet: to capture a White Walker and convince the feuding Queens to join forces. Bring your coats -- next week's episode is gonna be extra chilly! [Image via HBO.].....»»

Category: gossipSource: perezhiltonAug 14th, 2017

Dear Game of Thrones: Please Do Not Hook Jon Snow Up with Daenerys Targaryen, We Beg You - E! Online

E! OnlineDear Game of Thrones: Please Do Not Hook Jon Snow Up with Daenerys Targaryen, We Beg YouE! OnlineWe see you with your Jon Snow (Kit Harington) and Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) scenes. We see how hot they are, and we see the way they occasionally look at each other, even if just for a second. And yes, we see the fact that they have no idea ...'Game of Thrones': Who is likely to betray their queen or kingABC NewsGame of Thrones Season 7 Trailer, Images, Story Details, and Episode GuideDen of Geek USWill Tyrion Betray Daenerys To Pay His Debt To Jaime? And 6 More Game Of Thrones QuestionsMTV.comThe Mercury News -TIME -Gizmodo -moviepilot.comall 723 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsAug 11th, 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’: Tyrion Is Totally Going To Betray Daenerys — Here’s Why

Over the course of 'Game of Thrones' season 7, the show has dropped hints that someone will betray Daenerys. I believe Tyrion Lannister -- yes, really -- is going to be the one who is unfaithful to Dany......»»

Category: topSource: hollywoodlifeAug 13th, 2017

How Game Of Thrones May Have Confirmed A Huge Tyrion Theory - Cinema Blend

Cinema BlendHow Game Of Thrones May Have Confirmed A Huge Tyrion TheoryCinema BlendGame of Thrones has built such a complex world of history and mythology over the past seven seasons that fans have come up with all kinds of theories about certain characters. While some theories are so wild as to be quite unlikely, others have proven ...Are Cersei and Daenerys the Mad QueensSlate Magazine (blog)Game of Thrones: Tyrion Will Soon Betray DaenerysHuffPostTV Review: GAME OF THRONES – Season 7 – “The Queen's Justice”Assignment XExpress.co.ukall 141 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsAug 17th, 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

'Game of Thrones': Who is likely to betray their queen or king - ABC News

USA TODAY'Game of Thrones': Who is likely to betray their queen or kingABC NewsWith only three weeks left to go, things are really heating up on "Game of Thrones." Last week's thrilling episode saw Daenerys absolutely decimate the Lannister forces in her quest for the Iron Throne. But with the seven kingdoms on the line, loyalty ...6 'Game of Thrones' theories about season 7 episode 5, 'Eastwatch'The Mercury NewsDear Game of Thrones: Please Do Not Hook Jon Snow Up with Daenerys Targaryen, We Beg YouE! OnlineGame of Thrones episode 5 photos releasedEW.com (blog)MTV.com -Orlando Sentinel -Gizmodo -CBSSports.comall 767 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsAug 11th, 2017

‘GoT’: Will Tyrion Betray Jon Snow & Daenerys? The Finale Director Reveals The Truth

How exactly was Tyrion Lannister reacting to that already famous sex scene in the Season 7 finale of 'Game of Thrones'? Will he betray Jon Snow and Daenerys? The episode's director weighs in!.....»»

Category: topSource: hollywoodlifeAug 31st, 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' and the Perfection of Surprise Without Death - Film School Rejects

Film School Rejects'Game of Thrones' and the Perfection of Surprise Without DeathFilm School RejectsFor a show that killed off one of its central characters at the end of season 1, it seemed as if the story was limitless in what it could do and that no character at any point in time was ever safe. This continued throughout the years when The Red ...'Game Of Thrones': Tyrion Is Totally Going To Betray Daenerys — Here's WhyHollywood LifeHas 'Game of Thrones' gotten too confusing?CNET'Game of Thrones' Live Stream: How to Watch Season 7 Episode 5 Premiere Without Cable for FreeHeavy.comFanSided -Screen Rant -Express.co.uk -Mirror.co.ukall 60 news articles ».....»»

Category: break-upsSource: tmzAug 13th, 2017

Dear Jon Snow and Daenerys, Please Don't @*#$ - TV Guide

TV GuideDear Jon Snow and Daenerys, Please Don't @*#$TV GuideAhead of Game of Thrones this week, we just have one message for Jon Snow (Kit Harington) and Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke): please, good lord, whatever you do, do not f---. Sunday's episode promises the much-anticipated meeting of Jon and ...Is Tyrion Lannister Playing A Dangerous Game By Leaving An Important Detail From His Letter To Jon Snow?moviepilot.comGame of Thrones season 7: 5 things we want from Jon and Daenerys meetingFanSidedThis Game Of Thrones Theory About Daenerys & Melisandre Is BrutalRefinery29TAPinto.net -Gizmodo -Evening Standard -The Independentall 1,399 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsJul 28th, 2017

Game of Thrones season 7: 5 things we want from Jon and Daenerys meeting - FanSided

FanSidedGame of Thrones season 7: 5 things we want from Jon and Daenerys meetingFanSidedEven before Game of Thrones fans knew without question that Jon Snow was half-Targaryen, viewers had been waiting for him to meet Daenerys Targaryen. Especially in the middle seasons of the show, it became wholly apparent that this story was largely ...Game of Thrones season 7 episode 3 plot predictions: Jon meets Daenerys, Arya arrives at Winterfell and moreThe IndependentTyrion Lannister's Letter to Jon Snow Omitted a Crucial DetailGizmodo'Game of Thrones' Season 7 Spoilers: New Photos of Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen's First Meeting RevealedChristian PostThe Ringer (blog) -The Conversation UK -Vanity Fair -Bustleall 1,396 news articles ».....»»

Category: feudsSource: tmzJul 28th, 2017

Why do Game of Thrones' showrunners hate Tyrion so much? - The Verge

The VergeWhy do Game of Thrones' showrunners hate Tyrion so much?The VergeIt's been a rough Game of Thrones season for Tyrion Lannister. Throughout season 7, showrunners D.B. Weiss and David Benioff scooted him firmly to the back burner, where he sat and fretted and was generally ineffectual. And even when he took center ...Game of Thrones: Maybe It Really Is All C–Ks, in the EndTV Guide12 Theories to Know for Game of Thrones Season 8Cosmopolitan.comGame of Thrones' final season looks extremely bleak for Cersei LannisterVoxThe Guardian -Refinery29 -EW.com -W Magazineall 345 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsSep 1st, 2017

All 45 Women Who Have Accused Harvey Weinstein So Far

So many women have come out with their own Harvey Weinstein stories at this point, it's frankly difficult to keep up. Between A-list movie stars to aspiring models, a shocking 45 women have already come forward with their own encounters with the Hollywood mogul. Related: Molly Ringwald Describes Years Of Harassment By 'All The Other Harvey Weinsteins' We [...] So many women have come out with their own Harvey Weinstein stories at this point, it's frankly difficult to keep up. Between A-list movie stars to aspiring models, a shocking 45 women have already come forward with their own encounters with the Hollywood mogul. Related: Molly Ringwald Describes Years Of Harassment By 'All The Other Harvey Weinsteins' We decided to round up all the stories in one place to make it easier -- and to show just how much damage one horrible man can do when his power goes unchecked. See the list of every woman (so far), along with links to her story (below): Ashley Judd STORY HERE Rose McGowan STORY HERE Angelina Jolie STORY HERE Gwyneth Paltrow STORY HERE Kate Beckinsale STORY HERE Asia Argento STORY HERE Cara Delevingne STORY HERE Heather Graham STORY HERE Angie Everhart STORY HERE Lauren Sivan STORY HERE Mira Sorvino STORY HERE Minka Kelly STORY HERE Claire Forlani STORY HERE Lauren Holly STORY HERE Lena Headey STORY HERE Léa Seydoux STORY HERE Zoe Brock STORY HERE Jessica Barth STORY HERE Sarah Ann Masse STORY HERE Rosanna Arquette STORY HERE Lucia Evans STORY HERE Ambra Battilana Gutierrez STORY HERE Eva Green STORY HERE Judith Godreche STORY HERE Dawn Dunning STORY HERE Katherine Kendall STORY HERE Tomi-Anne Roberts STORY HERE Emily Nestor STORY HERE Emma de Caunes STORY HERE Louisette Geiss STORY HERE Sophie Dix STORY HERE Romola Garai STORY HERE Liza Campbell STORY HERE Louise Godbold STORY HERE Laura Madden STORY HERE Melissa Sagemiller STORY HERE Juls Bindi STORY HERE Paula Williams STORY HERE Florence Darel STORY HERE Lysette Anthony STORY HERE Chelsea Skidmore STORY HERE Lina Esco STORY HERE Mia Kirshner STORY HERE Trish Goff STORY HERE Tara Subkoff STORY HERE We'll continue to add as the list grows... [Image via David Edwards/Dailyceleb/Media Punch/LK/WENN.].....»»

Category: gossipSource: perezhiltonOct 17th, 2017

Fine, We Accept That Game of Thrones Will Hook Up Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen - E! Online

E! OnlineFine, We Accept That Game of Thrones Will Hook Up Jon Snow and Daenerys TargaryenE! OnlineDespite the fact that she's his aunt and therefore he is her nephew and therefore they are related, Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen are going to hook up. Fans sense it. Tyrion senses it. Davos senses it. Jon and Dany themselves sense it. We can't stop ...10 Predictions For the 'Game of Thrones' Season 7 Finale (Photos)TheWrap'Game of Thrones': 9 Signs Jon Snow Will Become the Father of Dragons With or Without DaenerysIndieWireHere's a breakdown of the best sports-talk about 'Game of Thrones' this seasonWashington PostEW.com (blog) -Bustle -Vanity Fair -USA TODAYall 2,428 news articles ».....»»

Category: break-upsSource: tmzAug 24th, 2017

The good, the bad, and the ugly in Game of Thrones - The Verge

The VergeThe good, the bad, and the ugly in Game of ThronesThe VergeThe characters on Game of Thrones are multidimensional and ever-changing, but what happens when we categorize them by... beauty and goodness? That's the really odd challenge that The New York Times recently gave to its readers. It asked fans to set ...Game of Thrones episode 5 photos releasedEW.com (blog)Will Tyrion Betray Daenerys To Pay His Debt To Jaime? And 6 More Game Of Thrones QuestionsMTV.com'Game of Thrones,' Jim Parsons, John Wayne: This weekendOrlando SentinelTIME -Hollywood Reporter -Gizmodo -CBSSports.comall 984 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsAug 11th, 2017

'Game of Thrones' Finale Photos Still Show No Signs of Daenerys, but Bran Appears Ready to Finally Speak Up - IndieWire

IndieWire'Game of Thrones' Finale Photos Still Show No Signs of Daenerys, but Bran Appears Ready to Finally Speak UpIndieWireIn the final episode of “Game of Thrones” this season, history will be made one way or another. For the first time during her reign, Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey) has deigned to hold court to meet with her biggest rivals: Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia ...Game of Thrones season 7 finale title and length revealedEW.com (blog)Game of Thrones: Is This Why Daenerys Is Missing from All the Finale Photos and Trailer?Vanity FairNew Game of Thrones Photos Tease a Climactic Final ShowdownTIMECinema Blend -Hollywood Reporter -Business Insider -Esquire.comall 1,825 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsAug 23rd, 2017

Twitter Had Quite A Bit To Say During The Game Of Thrones Season Seven Finale!!

Another Game Of Thrones season has come and gone! And, in typical stan fashion, numerous viewers took to Twitter throughout the finale to weigh in on moments from the highly anticipated episode. Now, as this season has been chock-full of surprises, we knew The Dragon and the Wolf would give fans a lot to talk about [...] Another Game Of Thrones season has come and gone! And, in typical stan fashion, numerous viewers took to Twitter throughout the finale to weigh in on moments from the highly anticipated episode. Now, as this season has been chock-full of surprises, we knew The Dragon and the Wolf would give fans a lot to talk about online. Related: Sophie Turner & Maisie Williams' Carpool Karaoke Is So Precious Be sure to ch-ch-check out the best reactions for yourself (below). WARNING: Game Of Thrones spoilers lay ahead... Fans weighed in on the epic sit down between Cersei Lannister, Daenerys Targaryen, and Jon Snow: How awkward was that meeting? Everyone wanted to kill someone. And then that Cleganebowl meeting was disappointing #GameofThrones — Matt Brown (@i_am_mattbrown) August 28, 2017 Danny showing up to the meeting be like: A queen is never late. Everyone is simply early. #GameOfThrones — ilyass (@IlyesChh) August 28, 2017 Daenerys pulled up to that meeting on some boss shit in that uber #gameofthrones — llmayorr (@llmayorr) August 28, 2017 Euron: Can they swim? Jon: No Euron: #GameofThrones #GameOfThronesFinale pic.twitter.com/eTLEVBcSiB — Arabella (@trappedingreed) August 28, 2017 You know you're a PSYCHO and a stupid person right? #CerseiLannister #GoTS7 #GameOfThronesFinale #GameOfThrones pic.twitter.com/KYZN1nuiJ9 — Sara Rafaniello (@Sara_21_07) August 28, 2017 Cersei Lannister's thinking process: Keep baby safe by pissing off Daenerys, Jon Snow, AND Jaime#GoTS7Finale Me: pic.twitter.com/DbjaLWK5l8 — Leonie Finke (@leoniefnk) August 28, 2017 The demise of Petyr Baelish left watchers shook: #GameOfThronesFinale Littlefinger: you have no proof Bran: pic.twitter.com/8Cs4lx7Edp — Alt er gay 🌻 (@bastillemma) August 28, 2017 I'd like to nominate Littlefinger getting exposed as the new "Blinking White Guy" GIF #GameOfThrones #GameOfThronesFinale pic.twitter.com/bmoGv27qdg — Tristan Cooper (@TristanACooper) August 28, 2017 #GameOfThrones #GameOfThronesFinale Sansa: .... Lord Baelish? Littlefinger: pic.twitter.com/ZSMywe3Rx1 — Emily Fajardo (@emilyjfajardo) August 28, 2017 "my sister asked you a question" #DemThrones #GameOfThronesFinale #GameOfThrones pic.twitter.com/8LuIz0H99v — Yeroc Ydoom (@CdoTMoody) August 28, 2017 That whole Sansa/Arya/Littlefinger plot in a nutshell: #ThronesYall #GameofThrones #GameOfThronesfinale pic.twitter.com/9LjVUp5mt7 — Elizabeth Joy (@elizabethsmore) August 28, 2017 The North Remembers ... 2019 #GameOfThronesFinale #GameOfThrones pic.twitter.com/JTlPIWbLtp — C.O.N.F.I.D.E.N.T (@Double2Dose) August 28, 2017 Jon and Dany finally banged and everyone agrees that it was hot, hot, hot... even though they're totally related: Legit okay w/ the aunt/uncle thing. They didn't have tinder back then so kiiiiinda hard to meet someone you vibe with. #GameOfThronesFinale — Stassi Schroeder (@stassi) August 28, 2017 Season 1: Ewww Incest Season 7: Ohhh some Incest! How far we've come.#GameOfThrones #GameOfThronesFinale — Jordan (@MrJinxes) August 28, 2017 "His name is Aegon Targaryen. The. True. Heir. To. The. Iron. Throne." #GameOfThronesFinale — D (@kleiany13) August 28, 2017 He's not a Sand, not a Snow. Jon is Aegon Targaryen. The rightful heir of the Iron Throne. #GameOfThronesFinale #GameOfThrones pic.twitter.com/9gU1LaVJcG — Bei 🐰 (@larrematienza) August 28, 2017 *Jon and Dany closing the door* Me: NOOOOOOOOO NO NO NOOOOOOO#GameOfThronesFinale #GameOfThrones #thrones — ComfyWithMorallyGrey (@tnayoftarth) August 28, 2017 Daenerys: I can't bear children Jon: *challenge accepted* #GameOfThrones #GameOfThronesFinale pic.twitter.com/mQ1pdeFg1J — Jasmine Peshi (@jasminepeshi) August 28, 2017 THE DRAGON AND THE WOLF Y'ALL WANTED INCEST YOU GOT INCEST #GameOfThrones pic.twitter.com/pJyoh0Qv6r — New Life (@LordBalvin) August 28, 2017 When you're trying to enjoy the Jon and Dany sex scene but Bran's voice over is explaining how they're related #GameOfThrones #ThronesYall pic.twitter.com/fgTjck0fgY — rosechocglam (@rosechocglam) August 28, 2017 People are already itchin' for a new GoT season: When they ask if you mind having to wait almost 2 years for another episode...#GameOfThrones #GameOfThronesFinale pic.twitter.com/nmjmGwr7JA — أيمن (@a97mb) August 28, 2017 #GameOfThronesFinale 2 years til next season Me: pic.twitter.com/a3owBgTWpY — Jake Ejercito (@unoemilio) August 28, 2017 Waiting till 2 0 1 9 #GameOfThrones #GameOfThronesFinale pic.twitter.com/fgX6bC3m5x — Bea. (@beagl85) August 28, 2017 #GameofThrones #GameOfThronesFinale 2 years til Season 8. Me: pic.twitter.com/WiII2BVy0u — Kandy (@SteamForeverFan) August 28, 2017 What did YOU think of the finale?? Be sure to share your thoughts (below)!.....»»

Category: topSource: tmzAug 28th, 2017

Celebs Who LOVE Game Of Thrones!

See? The stars really are just like us! That is to say, freakin' OBSESSED with Game Of Thrones! Even other TV stars are totally hyped for the fantasy series, live-tweeting episodes, showing off their gear, and meeting cast members at award shows. But it doesn't get them any closer to spoilers! See all the actors, musicians, presidents, and even [...] See? The stars really are just like us! That is to say, freakin' OBSESSED with Game Of Thrones! Even other TV stars are totally hyped for the fantasy series, live-tweeting episodes, showing off their gear, and meeting cast members at award shows. But it doesn't get them any closer to spoilers! See all the actors, musicians, presidents, and even former cast members who can't get enough Thrones... CLICK HERE to view "Celebrity Game Of Thrones Fans!" CLICK HERE to view "Celebrity Game Of Thrones Fans!" CLICK HERE to view "Celebrity Game Of Thrones Fans!" CLICK HERE to view "Celebrity Game Of Thrones Fans!" CLICK HERE to view "Celebrity Game Of Thrones Fans!" [Image via Instagram.].....»»

Category: feudsSource: tmzAug 10th, 2017

Game of Thrones: What If Tyrion Is Just Good At Talking? - HuffPost

Los Angeles TimesGame of Thrones: What If Tyrion Is Just Good At Talking?HuffPostUntil recently Tyrion Lannister was the smartest and sharpest character in Game of Thrones. He was cunning, determined and effective, but then something happened to him, and in seasons 6 and 7 he has been on a horrible losing streak. Fail after fail ...All the insane details from that 'Game of Thrones' dragon battle, plus Dany and Jon's crush is officially confirmedLos Angeles TimesAaron Rodgers has an interesting theory on how 'Game of Thrones' will play outCBSSports.comGame Of Thrones: Women Become Leading Contestants For The Iron ThroneNDTVTIME -EW.com (blog) -Business Insider -New York Timesall 702 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsAug 10th, 2017