Now is about the time we usually get the season premiere of Game Of Thrones.
Sadly, due to the delayed production of season 7, we have to wait until July 16! Thankfully HBO is giving us some pics to tide us over.
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Not only do we get another look at Khaleesi (Emilia Clarke) and her entourage finally having their big meeting with Jon Snow (Kit Harington), we also see fan faves Lyanna Mormont (Bella Ramsey), Arya Stark (Maisie Williams), and Brienne of Tarth (Gwendoline Christie).
BTW, winter may have come, but things don't look cold everywhere!
Just check out some of the furtive glances and meaningful looks being exchanged in the latest pics (above)!
[Image via HBO.]
Rock and Roll meets Westeros!
TEXAS's new single Tell That Girl features actor Rory McCann on drums — you know, THE MOTHER FUCKING HOUND on Game Of Thrones — and we couldn't be more pumped to give you an EXCLUSIVE look at the music video!
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The Scottish pop rock band from Glasgow were founded by Johnny McElhone in 1986 and feature Sharleen Spiteri on lead vocals. And let us tell you, they're so damn fierce!
Ch-ch-check out the fresh video (above) and SOUND OFF in the comments (below) with your thoughts!
P.S. Pre-order their new record Jump On Board HERE!
The game is almost over…
Game Of Thrones' penultimate season is coming July 16, and it's already looking INTENSE!
For all those who complain it's too hard to keep up with all the characters, we have good news — so many have been killed at this point you basically just need to know these four!
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Two queens, two kings, only one Iron Throne. Who will take it? And how long will they last???
Ch-ch-check out the tantalizing new teaser (below)!
Are flying monsters going to ruin season 7 of Game Of Thrones for viewers??
That's what star Liam Cunningham is afraid of.
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In an interview on The Works Presents, the actor best known as loyal but cunning knight Ser Davos Seaworth says some of the show's big moments are in danger of being ruined for the world, thanks to "low-lifers" filming with low-fliers.
Drone cameras that is! He explained:
OK, obviously we are in no way fans of Donald Trump. But how a TV show is received is one problem we're pretty sure you can't blame on him.
You know, unless he's listed as an executive producer.
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But that's just what Finn Jones is doing in reaction to the absolute TROUNCING critics have given Marvel's Iron Fist, Netflix's latest addition to their Defenders lineup (Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage).
How could Trump possibly have hurt the show?? The Game Of Thrones alum pulls off some Littlefinger-esque excuses as he explains to Radio Times:
Game Of Thrones may be coming to an end sooner than we'd like, but that doesn't mean we've seen the last of Westeros!
Over the weekend, showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss confirmed a few rumors about the final two seasons of the Emmy-winning series — along with any future shows that might be adapted from the fucked up mind of George R.R. Martin.
Appearing at the SXSW Film Festival in Austin, Texas, Weiss and Benioff took part in a Q&A hosted by Stark sisters Sophie Turner and Maisie Williams.
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During the sit down, the producers confirmed Ed Sheeran would be making an appearance in the upcoming season, and revealed that the final eighth season would only be six episodes long.
But that tragic news came with a silver lining when the writers were asked about the show's future, as the dynamic duo suggested a Westerosi spin-off was likely to happen.
Addressing speculation around a potential spin-off involving the surviving characters, they said:
Game Of Thrones fans are lit rn!!!
It's been a very long winter for fans of the HBO fantasy series knowing that we have to wait until the summer for Season 7's premiere.
But it looks as if the penultimate year will be well worth the wait, as evidenced by the VERY dramatic (and unifying) unveiling of the premiere date!
Fans were invited to a live Facebook video that slowly revealed the important date by melting a block of ice (which we assume was made from the frozen tears of fans across the globe) typing in "fire" or "dracarys."
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After enough Facebook warriors commanded a firestorm of comments, the ice melted away — revealing the Emmy-winning series would return on… drumroll please… July 16, 2017!
YES! We. Cannot. Wait. Any. Longer.
To hold us over, HBO also dropped a stone-shattering teaser for the upcoming season. Ch-ch-check it out (below) — and see you in Westeros on 07/16/17!