The British actor from "Game of Thrones" and "The Lord of the Rings," 63, feels the industry role widely adopted in the wake of the #MeToo movement to help keep actors safe during sex scenes is inhibiting to him as a performer.
Sean Bean reveals exactly what he was thinking just before his Game Of Thrones character was decapitated.
Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico played host to the dramatic final confrontation in the 1995 James Bond adventure 'GoldenEye'.
As iconic memes go, Sean Bean's discussion of how 'one does not simply walk into Mordor' in The Fellowship of the Ring has to be top 10.
The cast of Lord of the Rings are back together, and transporting themselves back to the days of hairy feet and second breakfasts.
Sean Bean has become legendary for his on screen deaths in everything from Bond to 'Game of Thrones', but he has had enough.
Sean Bean talks Ned Stark’s final words and being second in the dying league The 60-year-old actor answers the internet's most searched for questions with revealing results.
When he auditioned for the sixth season of "Game of Thrones," British actor Robert Aramayo had no idea he’d potentially be playing the coveted role of young Ned Stark.
Thought Sean Bean died a lot in the movies? Bean – who has stacked up 25 – doesn’t even feature in the top three, beaten as he is by horror stars Bela Lugosi (36) and Vincent Price (33). Sean then comes in at number four, followed by Japanese-American actor Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, Gary Busey, Mickey Rourke, Robert De Niro, Lance Henriksen and Samuel L. Jackson making up the top 10.
Fans of ‘Game of Thrones’ thought they’d stumbled across some epic news when creator George R.R. Martin allegedly confirmed there will be a film of the HBO fantasy series. George R.R. Martin has explained that the quotes are indeed false and that there are NO plans for a movie once the show finishes. Martin took to his personal live journal to debunked the lie: “Yes, completely false.
It looks as though ‘Wonder Woman’ may have found her villains… as Sean Bean and Eva Green are reportedly up for the roles of two iconic DC bad guys. According to Heroic Hollywood, Bean and Green are up for villainous roles in the upcoming ‘Wonder Woman’ solo movie. “Actors Sean Bean and Eva Green are being eyed by Warners for villain roles,” they reveal.