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The actress would take the season 7 premiere's opening scene to another level.
[Note: Spoilers for the 'Game of Thrones' season 7 premiere lie ahead.] Last night (July 16), fans finally got to see the first episode of 'Game of Thrones' season 7. With it came a number of big payoffs, while the foundations were laid in place for some mighty battles to come in the near future. It's fair to say that the story is moving along at a pace like none we've seen in 'Thrones' before, which is easy to understand when you realise that this is the first of 13 final episodes for the series.
Maisie Williams returns to the HBO series as Arya Stark
Made up of just seven episodes, this season has already had the anticipated Ed Sheeran celebrity cameo, to a mixed response, and seen a number of characters press on in their journeys of revenge, loyalty, love and protection.
Continue reading: Maisie Williams Has A Great Idea For A 'Game Of Thrones' Ending
From were-rabbits to sabre-toothed bunny rabbits, Nick Park returns with a Stone Age adventure featuring characters in the world's favourite stop-motion animation style. But sabre-toothed bunnies are not, of course, the only creatures these cave men and women have to worry about; this is a time when prehistoric beasts like dinosaurs and woolly mammoths are roaming everywhere. Soon though, one brave caveman named Dug along with his pet warthog Hognob decides he must bring his rather timid tribe together if he wants to save them from one major nemesis which threatens the peace of their lives for good; the dastardly Bronze Age. But, unexpectedly, that battle soon turns into modern day football.
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A sci-fi gangster flick coming soon.
Who would've thought that getting shot in the head would boost your cognitive ability? Well, that's the concept behind Netflix's latest original film 'iBoy' starring Maisie Williams and Bill Milner. The new flick new later this month is based on the novel of the same name by Kevin Brooks.
Bill Milner plays Tom in 'iBoy'
Bill Milner from 'X-Men: First Class' is joined by 'Game of Thrones' star Maisie Williams, 'Harry Potter' actress Miranda Richardson and 'Penny Dreadful''s Rory Kinnear on this new sci-fi project which has been directed by Adam Randall ('Level Up') with a screenplay by Joe Barton ('Humans').
Continue reading: Bill Milner And Maisie Williams Star In Netflix Thriller 'iBoy'
We can't decide who's more violent: Cersei or Arya.
'Game Of Thrones' season 6 has been quite the rollercoaster, leaving fans a little disturbed, frequently relieved and, finally, purely stunned. In fact, finale episode 'The Winds of Winter', which aired on Sunday (June 26th 2016), has already been lauded as one of the greatest television episodes of all time and for a very good reason.
Daenerys reunites with Tyrion
Throughout the ten episodes we've seen Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) free herself from the clutches of the Dothraki and return home on Drogon, Jon Snow (Kit Harington) resurrected and executing his killers before raising an army with Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) to defeat the Boltons, Arya Stark (Maisie Williams) killing the Waif and finally becomes the badass she was always going to be, and Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey)... well, she exacts some pretty brutal revenge. Be warned: spoilers ahead.
It's not always as fun as it looks.
'Game Of Thrones' season 6 is almost upon us and the main cast are doing the rounds to promote it. Maisie Williams, who plays gutsy young Arya Stark, opens up about the new series and why playing one of the biggest parts in the fantasy show isn't always such a good time.
Maisie Williams hated her 'Game of Thrones' contact lenses
First of all, there's the whole Jon Snow deal. That's pretty much the only character anyone cares about, which is a shame because he died last series (or did he?). As you can probably predict, Williams, being one of the main stars, is constantly getting asked about Snow's fate rather than her own character's life. 'People ask me all the time and I'm just left wondering, 'what about Arya?' No one wants to hear about Jon Snow. There's loads of other exciting story lines that are going on in the show', she said in an interview on 'Late Night With Seth Meyers', unambiguously gesturing towards herself.
With Jenna Coleman about to leave the BBC series the question is, who will be the next Doctor’s assistant?
‘Doctor Who’ writer Mark Gatiss has revealed he’s open to the idea of the next Doctor being female with a male assistant. Currently Jenna Coleman stars as the Doctor’s assistant Clara Oswald, but the actress will be leaving the show before the end of this series, making room for the Timelord’s new companion.
Jenna Coleman plays the Doctor’s current assistant Clara Oswald.
Speaking after the Attitude Awards in London, Gatiss said, "It would be very interesting if the Doctor had a male companion... but then it would be a very male show.” The writer then went on to say that he would be "delighted" if in the future the Doctor is played by a woman.
Continue reading: Could 'Doctor Who' Soon Have A Female Doctor With A Male Assistant?
The ‘Game of Thrones’ star will play a Viking named Ashildr on the sci-fi series.
‘Game of Thrones’ star Maisie Williams has spoken about her latest role, as a young Viking named Ashildr on ‘Doctor Who’. Williams stars in this Saturday’s episode of the sci-fi series titled ‘The Girl Who Died’, as the Doctor find himself in a Viking village where all the warriors have just been slaughtered.
Maisie Williams is guest starring in ‘Doctor Who’ as a young Viking.
Speaking about joining the ‘Doctor Who’ cast Williams said, “I was approached for the role, I didn’t know much about it but knew they were introducing a new character to work closely with the Doctor.”
Continue reading: Maisie Williams Reveals Secrets Of Upcoming 'Doctor Who' Role
River Song will have her first encounter with Peter Capaldi’s Doctor this Christmas.
Alex Kingston will reprise her role as River Song in this year’s ‘Doctor Who’ Christmas special, the actress has confirmed. It will be the first time the character has met Peter Capaldi’s incarnation of the Doctor, after last being seen in season seven opposite Matt Smith.
Alex Kingston plays River Song in ‘Doctor Who’.
“To be honest, I did not know whether River would ever return to the show, but here she is, back with the Doctor for the Christmas special,” Kingston said, while also hinting that the upcoming special will contain more "surprise guest castings”.
Continue reading: Alex Kingston To Return As River Song In 'Doctor Who' Christmas Special
The HBO drama has broken another record, but this time its a legal one.
‘Game of Thrones’ has just entered the Guinness Book Of World Records for ‘Largest TV drama simulcast.’ Maisie Williams, who stars as Arya Stark in the HBO drama, picked up the award on behalf of the series on Monday, saying she was ‘pleased’ to see the show enter the record books.
Maisie Williams stars in ‘Game of Thrones’.
The series broke the record earlier this year, when the second episode of season five was broadcast simultaneously in 173 countries. Previously the simulcast record for a drama had been held by 'CSI' who only managed to broadcast in two countries.
Continue reading: 'Game Of Thrones' Enters The Guinness Book Of World Records
Maisie Williams has described the first time she filmed a sex scene as “awkward”.
Maisie Williams has filmed her first ever sex scene. The 18-year-old actress is best known for playing Arya Stark in Game of Thrones. Whilst Game of Thrones features some pretty explicit scenes, Williams’ character has yet to appear in one. However, in her soon-to-be-released film, The Falling, her character is embroiled in a steamy sex scene but, according to Williams, it wasn’t at all erotic to shoot.
Maisie Williams at Glamour's Women of the Year Awards in London, June 2015.
Continue reading: Maisie Williams’ First Sex Scene Was “Extremely Awkward”
The ‘Game of Thrones’ actress will guest star on the series next season.
Ever since ‘Game of Thrones’ actress Maisie Williams was announced as a guest star for the new season of ‘Doctor Who’, fans have been impatiently wondering who her character could be. But now showrunner Steven Moffat has opened up a little about what fans can expect when the young actress appears in the series later this year.
Maisie Willams will guest star in ‘Doctor Who’s’ ninth season.
Appearing at the Television Critics Assn. press tour in Beverly Hills Moffat was asked by the crowd who Williams is playing. Naturally the show runner didn't give too much a way but he did shed a little light on what fans have to look forward to.
'Game of Thrones' is infamous for killing off its characters, so without paying attention to the books (as the show seems to be doing) we looked at who we think is destined to go the way of dodo.
Prince Doran - We've only seen Prince Doran Martell (Alexander Siddig) in one episode so far, he's already made a strong impression on everyone. The elder brother of fan favourite Oberyn, who came to a horribly messy end in the last season, Prince Doran is trying his best to keep the peace in Dorne, and stop his people from seeking revenge against the Lannisters. It stands to reason, however, that his death would make give them a great reason to rise up and start a war.
Kit Harington in 'Game of Thrones'
Brienne/Podrick - Brienne (Gwendoline Christie) and Podrick (Daniel Portman) have been giving us a good dose of the "two buddies traveling", following in the footsteps of Tyrion (Peter Dinklage ) and Bronn (Jerome Flynn), and Arya (Maisie Williams) and the Hound (Rory McCann). The problem is, that each of those has come to a rather disastrous ending at some point, and the death of Brienne or Podrick seems likely - especially with what they seem to be getting themselves into.
With 'Game of Thrones' making her a break-out success, Maisie Williams has taken her career in a new direction with the film 'The Falling'
The outspoken young actress Maisie Williams has become one of the most riveting stars of 'Game of Thrones', playing Arya Stark, the plucky survivor who isn't afraid of taking action with her sword. Now 18, Williams is making the leap to the big screen in Carol Morley's 'The Falling', the hugely acclaimed, artful drama about a fainting epidemic at a girls' school in 1969.
Maisie Williams in 'The Falling'
So why did she opt for something so offbeat rather than a big blockbuster? "I get sent loads of roles that are all action or moody teenagers. But the character Lydia was just very different to anything I've done before," she says. "Sometimes it feels like no one can get 'Game of Thrones' out of their heads. They think I just run around with swords, covered in mud and blood. It was lovely that Carol gave me the opportunity to prove I can do something else."
Continue reading: 'The Falling' Is A New Step For 'Game Of Thrones' Star Maisie Williams
While cinematic blockbusters tickle the eyes, this film dazzles the soul. This is a remarkably evocative drama that gets deep under the skin, challenging us to see ourselves in a rather outrageous situation that shifts from quietly disturbing drama to unsettling freakiness. It's strikingly written, directed and performed to get into our heads and stay there like few movies do.
The story is set in 1969 in a girls' school located in the lush English countryside, where 16-year-old Lydia (Maisie Williams) and her best pal Abbie (newcomer Florence Pugh) are members of the Alternative School Orchestra. They're also inseparable, carving their undying love into a tree trunk. But once Lydia has sex with a boy, their relationship begins to shift. And when Abbie faints in class, it seems to become contagious. Suddenly girls are collapsing all around the school, much to the consternation of the headmistress (Monica Dolan) and her stern deputy (Greta Scacchi). As the hysteria spreads, Lydia gets increasingly confused by the occult beliefs of her older brother (Joe Cole) and the agoraphobic behaviour of their mother (Maxine Peake). But what she really misses is her childhood connection with Abbie.
Writer-director Carol Morley (Dreams of a Life) lets this play out like a deranged fairy tale in which Lydia's voyage to self-discovery is both wondrous and terrible at the same time. In its vivid exploration of feminine adolescence, the film echoes such classics as Picnic at Hanging Rock or Heavenly Creatures, by way of David Lynch and Nicolas Roeg (whose son Luc is one of the producers here). And the bold, knowing themes are echoed in gorgeously artful cinematography by the great Agnes Godard plus a stunner of a soundtrack by Tracey Thorn. Amid this sumptuous atmosphere, Morley weaves an enigmatic story packed with mystery, revelations and yes, burgeoning sexuality. But even more than this, the film taps in to the earth-mother power girls discover as they emerge into womanhood.
Continue reading: The Falling Review
Rose Caton, Katie Ann Knight, Evie Hooton, Maisie Williams, Florence Pugh, Anna Burnett and Morfydd Clark - A variety of celebrities were photographed at the premiere gala screening of movie, drama 'The Falling' which was held at the Ham Yard Hotel in London, United Kingdom - Monday 20th April 2015
Maisie Williams, the actress best known for her role in 'Game of Thrones', will guest star in 'Doctor Who'.
Maisie Williams will guest star in Doctor Who.
'Game Of Thrones' star Maisie Williams smiled and waved at awaiting photographers and fans as she arrived outside the ABC studios in Los Angeles ahead of her appearance on the TV show 'Jimmy Kimmel Live', wearing a Kate Spade NY green and white flower patterned top and shorts ensemble.
In 1969, an all girls' school in rural Britain come under attack from an unknown epidemic. Strange rashes and frequent fainting begin to affect the young girls, leading to some serious changes having to be made. The young girl seen to be at the centre of the epidemic is Lydia Lamont ('Game of Thrones' star Maisie Williams) and her best friend. When the two vow to never part from one another and carve their initials into a tree in the school, they come under fire for suppose occultist tendencies, forcing Lydia to search out and find the cause of the outbreak herself.
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Maisie Williams - A host of British television stars were photographed on the red carpet at The National Television Awards 2015 which were held at the O2 arena in London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 21st January 2015
The epic ‘Game of Thrones’ will become the first TV series to be shown at IMAX theatres.
If you thought ‘Game of Thrones’ couldn't get any bigger or better then think again as HBO and IMAX have just struck a deal to bring the series to selected IMAX theatres. For one week only, beginning on January 23rd, 150 US theatres will screen the final two episodes of the series' fourth season, as well as an exclusive season 5 trailer.
Kit Harrington (as Jon Snow) will be coming to IMAX theatres
The two episodes, titled ‘The Watchers on the Wall’ and ‘The Children', will be digitally remastered to fit the IMAX format, meaning they'll look even more spectacular than they did on the small screen last year.
Continue reading: 'Game Of Thrones' To Screen At 150 IMAX Theatres Across The US
Maisie Williams - Stars from the latest in the Night at the Museum series of movies 'Night At The Museum: Secret Of The Tomb' were photographed as they took to the red carpet for the UK film premiere of the film which was held at the Empire in Leicester Square, London, United Kingdom - Monday 15th December 2014
Fans have been told to “Follow the Three Eyed Raven.”
‘Game Of Thrones’ fans have undoubtedly been busy playing a new 10 second teaser trailer on loop, looking for hints and clues about the series’ fifth season. The clip was unveiled on Tuesday (November 25th) via the official 'Game of Thrones' twitter account along with a message telling fans to ‘Follow the Three Eyed Raven. Gain the power of #TheSight’.
'The Last of Us' is already a huge hit as a video game, but can it do the same as a movie?
The Last of Us was only released on PlayStation 3 a year ago. After winning nearly 200 "Game of the Year" awards and re-releasing the game for PlayStation 4, the plans to adapt it into a feature full-length movie may just turn The Last of Us into one of the biggest things in entertainment.
'The Last of Us' is kind of a big deal
Granted, video game movies certainly don't have the greatest track records. The Resident Evil film franchise is flawed, Prince of Persia was a disgrace, and let's not even talk about the Super Mario Bros. movie. So, does this make The Last of Us doomed for the same fate? The movie has a lot to live up to: the version released on PS3 in June 2013 has a 95 Metacritic rating, and the re-tuned and re-mastered version released for PS4 last week has the same rating, as well. The Last of Us strives in its story telling, cinematics, and character development, so it's pretty easy: nail all of that, and you've probably got a great movie. If it were only that simple! But, so far, things are looking good.
Continue reading: Why 'The Last Of Us' Movie Will Succeed
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