Game of Thrones stars Sophie Turner and Maisie Williams do impressions of Ned Stark and other Thrones characters on Carpool Karaoke.
Sophie Turner plays Sansa Stark on HBO’s Game of Thrones. The actress was 12 years old when she was cast as the eldest daughter of Ned Stark on the hit series.
If you can’t beat ’em, do karate kicks in their direction. Joe Jonas, 27, and Sophie Turner, 21, are a hot young pair. On Monday, they were out with Joe’s bandmate Cole Whittle in L.A. when they realized they had some paparazzi on their tail.
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."
“I’m more Jon Snow,” Turner said. Turner also broke down what part of Westeros she would live in if she had to choose, and what it was like shooting the battle of the bastards with her castmates. “I think it was like four weeks they were shooting and I came in two days and everyone hated me,” Turner joked.
"The People v. O.J. Simpson" actress Sarah Paulson brought real-life counterpart Marcia Clark. Sophie Turner brought a brand-new arm tattoo in pink ink.
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.
In the famous final scene of Season 1, Daenerys proved to the Dothraki that she was both flame-retardant and ready to lead, and this week she was like, “Why change what works?” So “Book of the Stranger” ended with an almost identical scene! But in this case she managed to massacre all the pre-existing Dothraki leadership before asserting herself as their new leader. Probably the second most amazing event of “Book of the Stranger” was Sansa’s long-awaited reunion with her brother Jon Snow. It can’t be a Season 6 episode without Ramsay doing something truly reprehensible, and this week it was murdering Osha! (Which, aw, poor Osha.
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.
Jon who? HBO unveiled three new clips from Game of Thrones’ Season 6 on Monday evening, and instead of flogging (sorry, Cersei!) the old question about whether the handsome, dark-haired and repeatedly stabbed Lord Commander of the Night’s Watch is dead or alive, the focus falls squarely on the show’s female protagonists. RELATED Game of Thrones‘ Liam Cunningham Teases ‘Quite a Few’ Season 6 Deaths, Possible Melisandre-Davos Alliance An Episode 3 teaser finds Emilia Clarke’s Daenerys back among the Dothraki, but — spoilers ahead!
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