With reports emerging of an epic 55 day shoot for an upcoming battle sequence, we take a look back at the greatest battles in Game Of Thrones so far.
A look at Game of Thrones' first season, the significant changes we have witnessed since it aired and how it foreshadowed recent events.
The UK is honoring British contributions to Game of Thrones with a new stamp set featuring fan favorites from HBO’s hit fantasy series , set to go on sale later this month. Ten characters are featured in the set, including Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke), Jon Snow (Kit Harington) and Arya Stark (Maisie Williams), along with fellow British actors Lena Headey (Cersei Lannister), Sophie Turner (Sansa Stark) and Charles Dance (Tywin Lannister). Characters Stark (Sean Bean)…
No one is going to miss “Game of Thrones” when it airs for the final time in 2019 as much as Jon Snow himself, Kit Harington, who cried during the read-through of the HBO hit’s last script.
When actor Mahershala Ali (House of Cards, Luke Cage, Moonlight) revealed this week that he once auditioned for Game of Thrones, it made us sit up and listen. By the sounds of it, Ali was auditioning for the role of Xaro Xhoan Daxos, which Nonso Anozie eventually played in a handful of episodes in season two. Claflin revealed he also read for the part of Viserys Targaryen – that’s Daenerys’ not too pleasant brother.
Channel 4 News presenter Jon Snow made a light-hearted gag in a feature on the late Alan Rickman which has not gone down well with some viewers. Wilson spoke lovingly of his lost friend, reflecting on their work together in the theatre, dating back to 1980 stageplay ‘Commitments’ in which Wilson directed Rickman.
This is preceded at the start of the trailer by a different character (possibly a new one played by Max Von Sydow) saying: “The past is already written. In late November the first poster for the returning series was released featuring Jon Snow with blood on his face and no immediate signs of life.
HBO has confirmed that ‘Game of Thrones’ S6 is coming back to Sky Atlantic next April, one month earlier than expected. The news was revealed in a highly contentious Tweet shared by @HBO_UK that shows Kit Harrington’s blood-soaked Jon Snow with the caption “#APRIL. #GoTSeason6 #GameofThrones”. His appearance on the poster is particularly controversial as Snow appeared to die at the end of Season 5 at the hands of his brothers in the Night’s Watch.