"The Fault in Our Stars" director Josh Boone puts a horror movie twist on the"X-Men"; film universe.
Millie Bobby Brown from “Stranger Things” joins Maisie Williams of “Game of Thrones” on Converse’s new Twitter series.
The top five things we learned about "Game of Thrones," Season 7, Episode 1, from the new HBO series "The Game Revealed."
Game of Thrones stars Sophie Turner and Maisie Williams do impressions of Ned Stark and other Thrones characters on Carpool Karaoke.
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DreamWorks Animation Stone Age family, The Croods, may be history, but there’s a new caveman adventure on the horizon. Early Man is headed for theaters in early 2018, courtesy of Aardman Animations, England’s finest purveyor of stop-motion entertainment, and we’ve now got its first teaser trailer (watch it above). It’s the first feature in more than a decade to be helmed by one of Aardman’s most celebrated directors: Nick Park, creator of the dynamic human-canine duo Wallace and Gromit, stars of such beloved cartoon shorts as The Wrong Trousers and A Close Shave. Early on, we see our titular Early Man, Dug (voiced by Eddie Redmayne), sneak up on an innocent-looking rabbit only to discover that this particular bunny has a vicious bite.
At the South By Southwest festival in Austin, "Game of Thrones" showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss took the stage for a panel moderated by the Sisters Stark, Sophie Turner, and Maisie Williams. Since the second-to-last season will premiere in July, the big question on everyone’s minds is: Will there be a spinoff — and if so, when? As Benioff put it, “The characters who maybe will survive — there’s always going to be this temptation to keep doing it … to do the spinoff show or do the sequel show and everything."
Here are three of the buzziest celebrity headlines to get you all caught up: Racy photos of 19-year-old Game of Thrones actress Maisie Williams have surfaced online. Private pics of Williams and friends at a spa in Japan were lifted from her private Facebook account and reportedly posted on Reddit. Her rep told Page Six, “The images are not explicit in nature.” Brace yourself. Gigi Hadid will be taking a monthlong break from social media around the holidays to focus on herself. Hadid has about 30 million followers between Twitter and Instagram. ...
When Game of Thrones is coming, you best grab a helmet, because your MIND IS ABOUT TO BE BLOWN! Maisie Williams, who plays the once-blind-but-now-can-see tiny assassin, just read the Season Seven scripts and took to her Twitter account with her unbridled elation. Then what should we do?! Maisie, c’mon, you gotta give us some kind of actionable advice.
Back before Season 6 aired, we asked some of the Game of Thrones cast to play Two Truths and a Lie with us. Isaac Hempstead-Wright and Dean-Charles Chapman both told stories of off-camera antics and disasters, and Liam Cunningham accidentally gave away a spoiler that we still can’t reveal. What’s most interesting, though, is that answers given by both Sophie Turner and Maisie Williams dovetailed in a way that points to a huge return for Season 7. “[A character] will be silenced — that’s a truth,” he said about a denizen of King’s Landing, before realizing his error.
On a British radio show, the actress who plays Arya was asked if we'd see Rickon Stark again — and she actually gave an answer.
So you’re having a GoT Season 6 premiere viewing party. You’ve got your Grey Worm’s Worms, a batch of dragon egg cookies, and a heated “Is Jon Snow Dead?” pool underway. All you need is… Arya Stark to show up carrying a bag of white cheddar jalapeño popcorn?!
Two Truths and a Lie is not for the faint of heart, especially when played with the cast of a show shrouded in secrecy, like Game of Thrones. One false word and, as Liam Cunningham calls it, “Mr. HBO” would be coming for them. Iwan Rheon, who plays arguably the show’s biggest rule breaker, Ramsay Bolton, proves to be much more straight-laced in person, and refuses. Liam Cunningham — Ser Davos Seaworth Cunningham gives it a try, but immediately backtracks.
Our long wait is (almost) over. A year after the Season 5 finale that launched a thousand fan theories, Game of Thrones is preparing to enter new territory in its sixth season, which debuts Sunday, April 24 on HBO. For the first time in its history, the series will venture completely off book, as the writers have lapped the release of author George R.R. Martin’s final two novels.
Maisie Williams has been keeping a secret. In a new interview with InStyle U.K., the "Game of Thrones" actress, 18, reveals that she has a boyfriend. The romance with her schoolmate isn’t exactly new either.
There’s nothing like a fandom crossover to get a geek’s heart pumping. Just ask Game of Thrones fan favorite Maisie Williams, who is experiencing that outpouring of excitement firsthand through her two-part guest appearance on Doctor Who. “When it was announced that I would be on Doctor Who, everyone lost their minds a little bit,” the actress says matter-of-factly in the behind-the-scenes video above. That’s not an understatement; the news swept through the Internet like an army of White Walkers, rousing both fandoms to intense levels of excitement.
Maisie Williams, Peter Dinklage, Kit Harington, and Emilia Clarke take different approaches when asked to summarize four seasons in just 30 seconds.