Now, we didn’t even know this was a thing, but apparently, there really is a growing trend for Game of Thrones fans to record themselves doing impressions of Kit Harington‘s character Jon Snow and publish them on Youtube. …
You really never know who is going to pop up on Twitter. You may tweet one of your favorite actors and actually hear back from them, which can be really exciting to have an exchange.
If you were up late on Wednesday night (April 29) you may have spotted American actress Kristen Wiig (Bridesmaids, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty) on The Tonight Show as Game of Thrones’ Daenerys Targaryen.
Forgive the hyperbole, gentle reader. The stories upon which William Shakespeare based the plays that have so inspired these TV shows are older than he is, and as there’s still some debate as to whether one man actually wrote all …
Hats off to Metro for spotting these clips. This is Emilia Clarke, Daenerys Targaryen from Game of Thrones, in (what IMDB claims is) her very first TV role.
Sophie Turner was 14 years old when she was cast as Sansa Stark in the sexed up Game of Thrones. She’s now 19, and when her mum sat her down for a sex talk, she already knew what was up, reports The Telegraph.
It’s difficult to wrap your mind around George R.R. Martin‘s fantastical stories as seen in the TV adaptation Game of Thrones.
Some people might think, “The more the merrier,” when putting together a dinner party. But really, one person can throw off the entire dynamic.
This must surely have provoked quite a complicated series of explanations between parents and children over the Easter weekend.
Game of Thrones makes its season five premiere this coming Sunday (April 12), and celebrities aren’t immune to getting a case of the GOT giddies.