While we still know very little about the last installment in D.B. Weiss and David Benioff’s HBO fantasy series, Tuesday’s big premiere date news prompted TheWrap to start rounding up the precious few details that are available regarding how all of this ends. Based on multiple social media posts shared by the cast, including Maisie Williams — who was the last woman standing on set — the show finished shooting in Belfast in July. Emilia Clarke: “It f–ed me up,” the actress told Vanity Fair.
'Red Wedding' director David Nutter confirmed we'll be getting more bang for her buck for the final season.
With the eighth and final season looming, Game of Thrones fever has officially become a pandemic. Our list of all the relevant news and rumors will help make the wait more bearable, if you don't mind spoilers.
Natalia Tena, who played Osha in Game of Thrones, lets us know how she'd like the fantasy series to end.
Last week, Game of Thrones creator George R.R. Martin revealed the name of the new prequel series which is set to start filming in the New Year.
When the scripts for the eighth and final season of “Game of Thrones” were finally sent to the cast, they reacted to the epic ending in different ways. “I walked in saying, ‘Don’t tell me, I don’t want to know,'” Harington told Entertainment Weekly in a story published Thursday. OK, so now we’ll wait while someone brings Ygritte (Rose Leslie) back from the dead for a well-timed “You know nothing, Jon Snow” joke.
EXCLUSIVE : HBO has set Josh Whitehouse to a lead role in HBO’s Game of Thrones prequel pilot from writer Jane Goldman and author/ GOT co-executive producer George R.R. Martin that has Naomi Watts heading a fast-forming ensemble cast. Whitehouse is a British actor who starred in Northern Soul and most recently wrapped the lead role in The Happy Worker, the David Lynch-exec produced drama directed by Lynch protege Duwayne Dunham. Whitehouse next stars in MGM's musical…
Naomi Watts is confirmed for a lead role in the forthcoming Game of Thrones prequel series, according to reports.
A casting call for the Game of Thrones prequel series has fans reckoning they've deduced where in writer George R.R. Martin's fantastical realm the show will be set.
The British actress, who's played Sansa Stark in the show since series one, added that reading the final script was 'heart-breaking'.
This mama ain’t never forgetting her babies — her dragon babies, that is. “Game of Thrones” star Emilia Clarke — who plays Daenerys Targaryen on the HBO drama — debuted a new tattoo on Wednesday to commemorate her three on-screen children, who happen to be the dragons Drogon, Rhaegal, and Viserion (the latter of which unfortunately fell to the White Walkers in Season 7). Clarke shared a photo of her wrist with three small flying dragons with the caption: “MOD 4 LYFE!!!! … made sure this mamma ain’t NEVER forgetting her babies…” She is the Mother of Dragons, after all.
Are Tyron, Jon Snow, and Daenerys heading into a final season love triangle? Dinklage teases what's ahead.
While anticipation for the final season of Game of Thrones mounts, we can’t help but wonder who will ascend the Iron Throne and who will, well, not make it far...
Game of Thrones exec producer Frank Doelger is adapting environmental sci-fi thriller novel The Swarm into an English-language TV drama. The project is the first drama to emerge from Doelger's nascent Intaglio Films. The series is being adapted into an eight-part big-budget series for German broadcaster ZDF. Uma Thurman had previously been attached to adapt the book into a feature film with The Silence of the Lambs screenwriter Ted Tally. The Swarm, based on Frank Schaetzi…