• 'Game of Thrones' fans upset that Emilia Clarke missed out on an Emmy again
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    Hanna Flint

    'Game of Thrones' fans upset that Emilia Clarke missed out on an Emmy again

    The actor missed out on an ward for playing Danaerys Targeryen

  • Emmys 2019: The highs, the lows and the head-scratchers
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    Yahoo Movies UK Box Sets

    Emmys 2019: The highs, the lows and the head-scratchers

    "Game of Thrones" had big wins and big losses. "Fleabag" scored a surprising upset. And we could have lived without those endless "Masked Singer" promotions.

  • 'Game of Thrones' stars still puzzled over fan fury during final season
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    Ben Arnold

    'Game of Thrones' stars still puzzled over fan fury during final season

    It appears that time has not healed the wounds inflicted on Game of Thrones over it's final, controversial season.

  • Game Of Thrones Star Peter Dinklage's Sweary Emmys Speech Censored By Producers
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    HuffPost UK

    Game Of Thrones Star Peter Dinklage's Sweary Emmys Speech Censored By Producers

    Emmys producers were forced to briefly pull the audio during Game Of Thrones actor Peter Dinklage' acceptance speech, after he swore during the live broadcast.

  • Phoebe Waller-Bridge's 'Fleabag' dominates at the Emmys
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    Ben Arnold

    Phoebe Waller-Bridge's 'Fleabag' dominates at the Emmys

    Phoebe Waller-Bridge and her breakthrough TV series Fleabag dominated at the 71st Emmy Awards in Los Angeles last night.

  • Alfie Allen is happy ‘Game Of Thrones’ is over
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    Gregory Wakeman

    Alfie Allen is happy ‘Game Of Thrones’ is over

    Alfie Allen reveals what he'll miss most about Game Of Thrones and why Elbow were so important to his process of becoming Theon Greyjoy.

  • Sean Bean doesn't want to die on screen any more, so he's started turning down roles
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    Tom Beasley

    Sean Bean doesn't want to die on screen any more, so he's started turning down roles

    Sean Bean has become legendary for his on screen deaths in everything from Bond to 'Game of Thrones', but he has had enough.

  • Game of Thrones prequel series about the Targaryens near pilot order
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    Entertainment Weekly

    Game of Thrones prequel series about the Targaryens near pilot order

    Game of Thrones prequel series about the Targaryen civil war near pilot order

  • Former child stars who now have surprising careers
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    Sam Ashurst

    Former child stars who now have surprising careers

    Does anyone need a - really famous - locksmith?

  • ‘Game Of Thrones’ creators break silence, respond to coffee cup mistake
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    Gregory Wakeman

    ‘Game Of Thrones’ creators break silence, respond to coffee cup mistake

    Creators David Benioff and Dan Weiss have finally broken their silence in the wake of the eighth and final season of Game Of Thrones.

  • Jason Momoa gets stuck in a lift for two hours with a wrestler, a boxer and a dog
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    Ben Arnold

    Jason Momoa gets stuck in a lift for two hours with a wrestler, a boxer and a dog

    The ability to summon the power of the sea didn't do Jason Momoa much good while he was stuck in a lift yesterday.

  • 'I'd follow Fast & Furious to space' says 'Dark Crystal' series star Nathalie Emmanuel (exclusive)
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    Tom Beasley

    'I'd follow Fast & Furious to space' says 'Dark Crystal' series star Nathalie Emmanuel (exclusive)

    The star of the new Netflix fantasy series is willing to make the leap into orbit as part of her computer hacker role in the 'Fast & Furious' movies.

  • Kit Harington Shuts Down "Crap" 'Game Of Thrones' Arya Theory
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    Esquire

    Kit Harington Shuts Down "Crap" 'Game Of Thrones' Arya Theory

    He opened up about the controversial season in a new interview

  • Game Of Thrones star Kit Harington hated filming 'horrific' dragon scenes
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    Evening Standard

    Game Of Thrones star Kit Harington hated filming 'horrific' dragon scenes

    Game of Thrones' Kit Harington has described filming scenes involving the show's famous dragons as "horrific."The Jon Snow actor said that he had initially not believed his co-star Emilia Clarke - who played Daenerys Targaryen on the hit show - when she complained about them, but eventually sympathised with her when his character finally met the dragons in series eight.

  • Game of Thrones star Kit Harington reveals thing he 'hated' about HBO show
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    The Independent

    Game of Thrones star Kit Harington reveals thing he 'hated' about HBO show

    Kit Harington has reflected upon his time on fantasy series Game of Thrones in a brand new interview.The actor, who played Jon Snow for all eight seasons, said that there were plenty of things he found “horrific” about being on the show, including filming the dragon sequences.“Emilia [Clarke, who played Daenerys] had been moaning about it for seasons, and I was like, ‘Yeah, yeah, yeah. Whatever. You have not been through the mud in Northern Ireland. A buck in a nice warm room?’,”he told The Hollywood Reporter, referencing the rig they used to film the dragon-riding scenes.“But she was absolutely right. It was horrific. It’s not acting at all. It is not acting, it never will be acting, and it is not what I’d signed up for. It is very uncomfortable as a man.”Harington, who has been nominated for Best Actor at this year’s Emmy Awards, also said he “hated” filming the final season’s big battle episode, but added that he has a different perspective looking back on it.“As tough as it was, it was Thrones, man. It was Thrones! It was everything Thrones should have been. It’s a full set built, hundreds of extras throwing everything they had into it, all of us as a big ensemble cast – I loved it.”Harington’s former co-star Richard Madden (Bodyguard) recently revealed why he was “thankful” to be killed off in the show’s early days.In a new interview, author George RR Martin admitted that the series held him back from completing work on his final two books.You can find a ranking of every Game of Thrones character here.This year’s Emmy Awards take place on Sunday 22 September.

  • George R.R. Martin says HBO adaptation of 'GoT' 'wasn’t very good' for him and 'slowed down' his writing
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    Danny Thompson

    George R.R. Martin says HBO adaptation of 'GoT' 'wasn’t very good' for him and 'slowed down' his writing

    70-year-old Game of Thrones author also says the controversy surrounding the ending of the TV show will not have an impact on how he plans to end the books.

  • 'Game Of Thrones' creators may not write new 'Star Wars' trilogy after all
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    Gregory Wakeman

    'Game Of Thrones' creators may not write new 'Star Wars' trilogy after all

    Game Of Thrones’ creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss might not actually write a new Star Wars trilogy after all.

  • Game Of Thrones' Sophie Turner Claims She's 'Entitled To Feel Defensive' Over Controversial Ending
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    HuffPost UK

    Game Of Thrones' Sophie Turner Claims She's 'Entitled To Feel Defensive' Over Controversial Ending

    Game Of Thrones star Sophie Turner has doubled down on her comments about thebacklash to the final series of the show, claiming she is "entitled" to feel"defensive"

  • 'I was ranting for an hour': Former 'Game of Thrones' star Natalia Tena didn't like how Season 8 ended
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    Tom Butler

    'I was ranting for an hour': Former 'Game of Thrones' star Natalia Tena didn't like how Season 8 ended

    You can now add a former cast member to the list of people disappointed by the final season of 'Game of Thrones'.

  • 'Game of Thrones' showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss have signed a 'nine-figure' deal with Netflix
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    Ben Arnold

    'Game of Thrones' showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss have signed a 'nine-figure' deal with Netflix

    David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, the showrunners who adapted Game of Thrones for HBO, have signed a major deal with Netflix.

  • 'Game of Thrones' script spoils Iron Throne moment from final episode
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    Ben Arnold

    'Game of Thrones' script spoils Iron Throne moment from final episode

    Game of Thrones fans and critics have mused over the deep meaning of the destruction of the Iron Throne in the show's last ever episode.

  • Game of Thrones star Bella Ramsey, 15, talks about juggling GCSEs with fighting white walkers
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    Evening Standard

    Game of Thrones star Bella Ramsey, 15, talks about juggling GCSEs with fighting white walkers

    Game of Thrones star Bella Ramsey sat on film sets solving maths problems as she juggled school with her blossoming acting career.The 15-year-old, who enchanted audiences with her fearless portrayal of Lyanna Mormont in HBO’s gargantuan series, has opened up about her struggle with balancing her education with being catapulted into the public eye at such a young age.Fresh from shooting battle scenes, still covered in blood and gore, Bella would squeeze in study sessions through the online school platform Interhigh.The actress would brave English comprehension between filming takes of that giant white walker crushing her character to death or flying a broomstick as Mildred Hubble in CBBC’s The Worst Witch.“Maths is kind of my favourite. I would do maths problems everyday,” she said as she talked about how flexible education systems are “always an option” for those who similarly jarred with traditional schools.Bella told the Standard that she left school after feeling like “everyone was put in a box”.“There was no room for personalisation,” she added. “In acting, I like it because every take, I try to make it a little bit different.”In fact, Bella said she tends to gravitate away from anything repetitive, which perhaps fed into her discord with mainstream schooling.When she has a spare moment outside her hectic filming days, the 15-year-old flits between cooking, painting, playing music and football.Even when it comes to baking, she said: “I always try to make something new. I just don’t like repeating things.” Bella was in Year 6 when she was cast in Game of Thrones - her first ever onscreen acting role - but trouble at school soon followed as she had to keep her casting a secret.“Everyone was intrigued by what I was doing and what it was all about," she said. "But I wasn't allowed to tell anyone yet, especially because Lyanna was a new character.“Other people started taking it the wrong way. I tried to explain that I had to sign something and that I wasn’t just being difficult - I just wasn’t allowed to say.” But then everyone found out. So before she began shooting the series in Year 7, the starlet said she suddenly became “popular for all the wrong reasons.”> View this post on Instagram> > Here we stand 🐻 GameOfThrones ReadyForBattle TheMormonts> > A post shared by Bella Ramsey (@bellaramsey) on Apr 28, 2019 at 2:17pm PDT“I wasn't popular in Year 7 at all,” she added. “I just didn’t care about social expectations or anything. I was just myself. “I was hoping that it could just carry on and I was wanting it to just not affect anything at school but it really did in terms of both education and friendships.”Asked how she made the decision to move into homeschooling, Bella said “a lot of little things built up” but the final straw was a bad experience with a teacher.She was in a music lesson learning the trumpet and all her classmates were way ahead of her due to the school she had missed while filming. "The teacher sort of humiliated me about it," she said. "That was what tipped it and so the next day I didn’t go back"After trying to study through traditional home study systems, Bella soon enrolled in Interhigh, an online school which provides scheduled classes and timetables over videolink. The students can see the teacher, but not each other and Bella said she enjoys learning from the safety of her home without unruly distractions. “It is incredibly flexible, incredibly accommodating yet it has given me structure still, which I fell I very much need,” she said.“I love it and recommend it to everyone. I think it allows people to be who they truly are and it leaves room for people to do the non-academic things they love.”Bella said the students still bond with each other, through chats outside of school, share their social media and even meet up in person.> View this post on Instagram> > Great seeing photos of lots of little Mildred’s and other Worst Witch characters today for worldbookday Here is Maud and Mildred filming at Media City last summer ☀️ theworstwitch mildredhubble maudspellbody> > A post shared by Bella Ramsey (@bellaramsey) on Mar 7, 2019 at 3:01am PSTIf the 15-year-old misses a scheduled class during filming, Interhigh records the lesson so she can always catch upOn some sets she found it much harder to focus on school work, especially filming The Worst Witch. “I was the main character and I was full on and it was tiring and hard work and long hours. But I also just really want to learn and do school too and CBBC are very strict with tutoring so that helped us really want to do it."Next up is GCSEs but Bella is keeping an open mind about how work will coincide with exams. This year, she will star in the Judy Garland biopic with Renee Zellwegger and the WWII drama, Resistance with Jesse Eisenberg. “I'm intending to do my GCSES whenever the time works and you do not have to be 16 years old and do them. Like if a job clashes with my GCSEs then I will choose the job.”To others who do not feel they fit with mainstream education, Bella really encourages them to consider systems like Interhigh.“There are options,” she said. “I stopped school mainly because I wasn't enjoying it but work then coincided with that.” “So people who are struggling with it know that there can be a different choice."

  • Nathalie Emmanuel on the ‘Game Of Thrones’ backlash
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    Gregory Wakeman

    Nathalie Emmanuel on the ‘Game Of Thrones’ backlash

    Nathalie Emmanuel has insisted that she was blown away by the conclusion to Game Of Thrones, while also responding to the intense backlash that greeted its final few episodes.