This new animated series, which comes across as "The Simpsons" meets "Games of Thrones," is pretty to look at, but it struggles in the comedy department.
"Simpsons" creator Matt Groening promises the unexpected with new show "Disenchantment."
The final season of Game of Thrones may still be a long way off for us mere mortals, but the show's actors are already saying goodbye to it. SEE ALSO: Kit Harington shares heartbreaking update that he's wrapped filming on 'Game of Thrones' As well as some emotional farewell posts on Instagram, some of the cast have decided to commemorate their time on Thrones with a bit of ink. A month ago, for instance, Sophie Turner got the House Stark sigil tattooed on her arm. First tattoo back home! Thank you so much for getting this from me @sophiet ! 🐺 bad ass ! A post shared by Lauren Winzer (@laurenwinzer) on Jun 9, 2018 at 3:10am PDT From the looks of her latest Instagram story, it seems Maisie Williams is following suit. Image: instagram/maisie_williams"No One" — the way she learned to describe herself during her training in the House of Black and White — seems like as fitting a tribute to Arya Stark as any. The tattoo artist she tagged in that post isn't new to Game of Thrones actors, either. Mr K from New York's Bang Bang Tattoos has recently worked with Sophie Turner, too, according to his latest Instagram — which was posted at a similar time to when Williams' shared her tattoo story. for his Pa Pa 🔥@joejonas and for her grand dad ✨@sophiet #joejonas #sophieturner #mrktattoo A post shared by MR.K / Sanghyuk Ko (@mr.k_tattoo) on Jul 22, 2018 at 2:39pm PDT Maybe they all went along together? If so, the Stark sister bond clearly remains strong. WATCH: 'Game of Thrones' star Lena Headey on how cast reacted to final script
San Diego Comic-Con 2018 is in full swing. That means people are rocking their best professional and homemade costumes and makeup for the epic four-day event. From Marvel superheroes to Game of Thrones, this year’s cosplayers do not disappoint. Take a look at the people who brought their A-game to the convention
The nominations for the upcoming Emmy Awards were announced on Thursday morning, and Emmy voters behaved like TV critics.
Has the bell finally tolled for Arya Stark? Or will she end “Game of Thrones” in triumph? On Saturday, Maisie Williams, who plays the face-shifting heroine on the beloved HBO series, posted a cryptic image of bloody shoes to Instagram with a note informing fans that she was leaving the “GoT” set in Belfast for the final time.
Maisie Williams, Emilia Clarke, and other cast members have posted sweet tributes to the Seven Kingdoms and they're breaking our hearts.
"Game of Thrones" fans rejoice! There was a wedding involving stars of the hit HBO show that didn't involve someone brutally dying. Kit Harington and Rose Leslie tied the knot on Saturday, June 23 in Scotland.
The Stark family may actually make it to the end of “Game of Thrones.” However, Sophie Turner says she is not prematurely confirming the residents of Winterfell’s survival just because she got a tattoo that strongly implies her on-screen family survives. Turner’s ink reads, “the pack survives,” alongside the House Stark direwolf sigil. When the image of her tattoo was posted to Instagram by the artist last week, fans began to theorize that Jon (well, kinda a Stark), Sansa, Arya, and Bran might come out the victors when the HBO fantasy series airs its eighth and final season next year.
HBO gave fans the first glimpse of its post-“Game of Thrones” future by announcing a pilot for an untitled prequel series that will take place well before the events of the show. The series was created by Jane Goldman and “Game of Thrones” author George R.R. Martin, with Goldman serving as showrunner.
The conversation for equal pay has taken over Hollywood in the last few months in the midst of the Time’s Up movement, and Emilia Clarke is joining in on the discussion. In an interview for Kering Women in Motion at the Cannes Film Festival on Tuesday, where her film “Solo: A Star Wars Story” is […]
Emilia Clarke gleefully recalls turning bright red watching Brad Pitt bid for some QT with her to watch "GoT."
Warning: spoilers for Game of Thrones ahead. Avert your gaze if you wish to remain blissfully ignorant. A Game of Thrones actor may have given us a slight clue as to the content of Season 8 with an errant Instagram photo. The photo has now been deleted. Wilf Scolding is a relatively new addition to the Game of Thrones family, having played Rhaegar Targaryen in a crucial flashback (R + L = J, google it). Scolding recently posted a picture on Instagram of himself outside a Belfast hotel. Belfast being where much of Game of Thrones is filmed, this of course led to speculation that Rhaegar will be returning to our screens in Season 8. Rhaegar’s in town?! More flashbacks!#GameOfThrones pic.twitter.com/q7SUvldHbt — A Red Priestess (@a_red_priestess) April 30, 2018 Flashbacks would probably be a good assumption if Rhaegar really is coming back, considering he got splatted by Robert's war hammer at the Battle of the Trident. Perhaps we'll get more juicy family secrets revealed to us through Bran's creepy time-travel powers. Who knows! WATCH: 'Game of Thrones' star Natalie Dormer is in a new Amazon original
Strong female characters can't save this laughable costume drama premiering tonight on Syfy with clunky, melodramatic dialogue and an annoying Adam Strange.
To say that death does not take a holiday during the farewell season of "Game of Thrones" is, apparently, a massive understatement.
Jason Momoa of “Justice League” and “Game of Thrones” fame was pretty young when he fell for the woman who's now his wife, Lisa Bonet of “The Cosby Show” fame. And he got pretty obsessed with her. He told the story on “The Late Late Show With James Corden.”