One scene in the final season left her "incredibly upset" on behalf of her character, Brienne of Tarth.
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Jon Snow and his hair have come a long way since we first met the character during the very first episode of Game of Thrones. After six episodes of the show's final season, it's officially time to bid farewell to the Northern underdog — but not before reliving his impressive come-up. Despite what the late Ygritte famously said, Snow does know some things, and according to the last eight seasons, the former King in the North could teach a masterclass in grooming a medieval beard.
One company is connecting people to therapists to help them through the finale of 'Game of Thrones'; and it's not a joke.
On screen Brienne of Tarth is a sword-swinging protector — and recently dubbed knight — with an iconic, blonde pixie. In real life, the actress who portrays the character, Gwendoline Christie, is just as fierce, but instead of the battlefield, her prowess takes center stage on the red carpet (and the occasional runway). Among the massive ensemble cast, Brienne is one of the only characters on Game of Thrones who maintains the same look through all eight seasons.
Baby names seemingly inspired by HBO’s Game of Thrones are gaining in popularity according to new data from the Social Security Administration that was published Friday.
Kristina Baskett trained at the Karolyi Ranch in Texas, where Larry Nassar sexually abused young female athletes.
In honor of the show's finale, beauty brand Urban Decay is releasing makeup inspired by the Seven Kingdoms and the women of Westeros.
It seems the U.S. could run out of avocados in three weeks if President Trump goes through with his border shutdown. A grandmother gave birth so her gay son and his husband could have a baby. Urban Decay released a new “Game of Thrones” makeup line.
Makeup artist Kindra Mann gave the 21-year-old star a soft monochrome mauve makeup look.
Game of Thrones still doesn’t debut for another week and a half… but at least we can see what the stars look like when they’re not dressed in armor and animal pelts. HBO held a big premiere in New York City on Wednesday night for the eighth and final season of Thrones, with the show’s […]
There are a number of popular reasons for changing your hair: the big post-breakup haircut, the one misguided urge you get in high school to "stand out," or when you just want to transition back to your natural curls. Now, Maisie Williams is giving us an entirely new reason to run to our stylists: the "don't @ me" dye job. The world will be waving a sad goodbye to Arya Stark as the final season of Game of Thrones airs next month, and for Williams, dyeing her hair pink was her own way of leaving Arya behind.