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Game Of Thrones News Archive
If you're caught up on Game Of Thrones, then you're probably spending most of your time looking up fan theories about how the series' many characters will survive.
Or maybe how they'll connect?
The newest entry from the theory mill is as far-fetched as it gets — but we can't help but admit that it kinda makes sense!!
NEXT STOP, SPOILER CITY!!!
This complicated theory is actually an extension of a much more popular fan theory — the R+L=J theory — which hypothesizes that
Charli XCX doesn't want anything to do with drama!
While some of her fellow female artists are known for feuding as much as singing, the 23-year-old Brit thinks that most women in music support each other.
In an interview in Untitled magazine's #GirlPower issue (whose cover you'll EXCLUSIVELY see on PerezHilton), Charli compares today's industry to that of her idol Debbie Harry, who rose to fame in the '80s.
"[Debbie] was saying how… when she was performing at the peak of Blondie… you could really expect a girl to stab you in the back… I feel like the total opposite now… most women are really on that level of mutual respect and love for one another in their artistry."
Not only does Charli support other female artists, she also supports positive body image!
George R.R. Martin Confirms One Game Of Thrones Character 'Killed Off' On The Show Survives — In The Books At Least!
There's been a lot of speculation about the fate of certain Game Of Thrones characters that appeared to be dead at the end of the season 5 finale!
In the world of the hit HBO fantasy series, fans tend to follow the rule that a character isn't really dead until you see a dead body — and even then, the series' magical element gives hope that life after death of a character is always a possibility!
But after A Song of Ice and Fire author George R.R. Martin confirmed a certain character was still alive in his books, fans are wondering if the same fate will play out when the show returns next spring!
In his latest LiveJournal post, GRRM responded
We guess it's not incest if they only pretend to be brother and sister for the show!
Well, it looks like two of the actors from the fantasy series took a cue from their parents Cersei & Jaime Lannister, because Dean-Charles Chapman and Nell Tiger Free are pretty much dating in real life!
There hasn't been any official confirmation from the 17-year-old actor and 15-year-old actress' camps, but they sure are close on social media!
There are horror movies that jump out and scare you, and there are ones that show you things you can't unsee — and those are the ones that scare you for a lifetime.
The Witch picked up some good buzz after terrifying audiences at the Sundance Film Festival, and now it finally has its first trailer.
And from the looks of this creeptastic footage, the period piece starring Game of Thrones' Kate Dickie and Ralph Ineson makes The Village look like a Renaissance Fair!
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) to get your first look at all the terrors coming at you in 2016!
That's because the 18-year-old recently opened up about filming her new indie movie The Falling — where she had to have simulated sex with her co-star Joe Cole!
The movie is about an all-girls boarding school in 1960s England, and Maisie's character somehow meets a guy and ends up falling in love.
But what exactly made the scene was so tough? She explained: