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Without giving away any spoilers, both the British actors hinted that season seven of 'Game of Thrones' would be eventful, shall we say.
The 29 year old actor, who plays Jon Snow, was speaking to The Hollywood Reporter this week, and was asked the obligatory question of whether he could tell them anything about the next season. Keeping it cagey, Harington replied that he felt it was going to be “very bleak”.
Continue reading: Kit Harington And Maisie Williams Tease 'Game Of Thrones' Season 7
Maisie Williams - 2016 Tribeca Film Festival - 'The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea' premiere at BMCC John Zuccotti Theater - Arrivals at Zuccoti Theater, Tribeca Film Festival - New York, New York, United States - Thursday 14th April 2016
Maisie Williams - 'The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea' premiere at John Zuccotti Theater at BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center during 2016 Tribeca Film Festival on April 14, 2016 in New York City. at Tribeca Film Festival - New York, New York, United States - Thursday 14th April 2016
Following the tragic death of Jenna Coleman's character, there's an assistant place up for grabs
It was a big night for Doctor Who fans on Saturday (21 Nov) as the main man’s assistant, Clara Oswald, met an untimely and particularly gruesome end. But grief doesn’t hang around for long in television and already there have been whispers about who could be Clara’s replacement.
Who will be the new person standing by the side of Doctor Who?
Continue reading: Could Maisie Williams Be The Doctor's New Assistant?
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.
Continue: The Falling Trailer
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’.
Maisie Williams will play the lead in Channel 4 thriller 'Cyber Bully'
Maisie Williams, best known for playing Arya Stark in HBO's Game of Thrones, has signed on to play a teenage girl battling an anonymous cyber stalker in a new Channel 4 thriller, Cyber Bully.
Maisie Williams will play the lead role in 'Cyber Bully'
Directed by Ben Chanan, the movie is based on dozens of real-life cases of young people who have suffered cyber bullying, including advanced computer hacking.
'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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Maybe we will get that sixth A Song of Ice and Fire book sometime this century (no rush, GRRM) after the notoriously patient creator announced that he would drop his screenwriting duties for a while to finish work on The Winds of Winter.
That might also explain why the character of Arienne Martell has been written out of the show entirely. But we’re getting ahead of ourselves. So the Game of Thrones panel at Comic-Con happened and, as predicted, the full cast of season 5 was revealed.
Alexander Siddig joins as Doran Martell for season 5. Yes, we approve.
Game of Thrones season 5 is coming. And here's the new guys.
The Game of Thrones team has announced nine new actors that will join the cast in season 5. Now, you're probably not going to recognise many of the names - but anyway. The news came during the GOT Comic Con panel, which featured Kit Harington, Maisie Williams, Sophie Turner, Gwendoline Christie, Natalie Dormer, John Bradley, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Rory McCann, Pedro Pascal and Rose Leslie, along with producers David Benioff and D.B. Weiss and writer George RR Martin.
Game of Thrones season 5 is coming!
Among the new faces joining the show will be Alexander Siddig, who plays Doran Martell, the rule of Dorne and the older brother of the slain Oberyn. You might recognise Siddig from '24'.
Continue reading: 'Games Of Thrones' Adds NINE New Faces For Season 5
Beg, borrow or steal, but get into these TV-related panels. Note: actually stealing is probably a bad idea.
It’s that time again! Time for Comic-Con to make life a little bit weirder – and better – for four full days between July 24 and 27. It’s arguably the biggest entertainment convention in the world at this point, so attendees will practically be bombarded with panels, signings, exclusive content and, of course, merchandise for the full duration of the con. Some of it might even trickle down to those, who couldn’t make it, for whatever reason. With so much to do and see, we’ve rounded up the five absolutely unmissable events for any self-respecting TV nerd, starting with:
You really don't want to miss the Constantine panel [Getty/Frederick M. Brown]
5. Constantine – A preview screening of the full first episode, NBC’s Constantine event will also feature a panel discussion with stars Matt Ryan, Harold Perrineau and Charles Halford, along with executive producers David Goyer and Daniel Cerone. Do not miss. Saturday, 5.15pm – 6.15pm. Room 6BCF.
Continue reading: Comic-Con 2014 For TV Nerds: Five Unmissable Panels
All men must die. And some women too.
Let’s talk about the best Game of Thrones finale in the show’s history. Unless you haven’t seen it yet, in which case be warned – EVERYTHING BELOW THIS IS SPOILERS.
Valar Morghulis and as it turned out, some women. The show’s motto proved true again last night, as the writers broke tradition and actually gave us some crucial plot twists in the season wrapup.
The episode opened with Jon Snow north of the wall and trying to negotiate a truce with Mance Rayder, aka the king of the Free Folk. Save for a few bruises to Jon’s ego, the whole thing seemed to be going pretty well. That is, until Stannis and his sizeable army came in for the most boring invasion ever, in classic Stannis style. The whole truce thing went down the drain, but it’s ok because it turns out that Stannis has no beef with the crows whatsoever. He doesn’t even have any beef with Mance, after Jon vouched for him. Isn’t it great when everyone’s being all honorable?
Continue reading: Game Of Thrones Recap: It's Over. Time For A Headcount
With HBO releasing a preview for the "Game of Thrones" season finale, it's time for another round of speculation. This is the last one, we promise.
With the biggest and best Game of Thrones season finale so far (according to the writers) just a day away, HBO have released a sneak preview of the carnage to come (beware of spoilers for the previous three episodes). The clip is just 35 seconds long, but it does give a glimpse of the relevant storylines. In flashes, we see Bran and his band of misfits arrive at the heart tree, which they’ve been traveling to all season. Will we get to see Bran go full-on warg and finally control his power? And what’s the Reeds’ role in all of this? As Bran’s protectors/guides to the spirit world, they will probably get to shine at the end of this journey.
Watch the preview below.
Meanwhile, in King’s Landing, Cercei appears to be having a very bitter heart-to-heart with The World’s Worst Dad, Tywin Lannister. It looks like he’ll finally have to face the whole incest issue and the fact that his family is generally falling apart.
The writers have a big finale planned - bigger than ever before.
The fourth season of Game of Thrones has ignited a lot of controversy, which on a show all about sex, murder and little bit of politics, is really saying something. With the season finale coming next week, fans who are already caught up on the books can just sit back and watch the rest of us fry as we wait for the mindblowing (or completely anti-climactic) final episode to unfold. After all, the showrunners have been known to fire off all their plot twists pre-finale before. Take The-Event-That-Must-Not-Be-Named of season 3 for example.
Tyrion's life is at stake for the finale.
Fortunately, the folks behind Thrones are promising a much more thrilling conclusion to season 4. According to Entertainment Weekly, next week’s episode will break the narrative pattern, set by previous season – big shocking event in the ninth episode, and then a quieter wrap-up in the finale.
Before talking about this week’s Game of Thrones, we should probably dish out the warnings with a heavy hand. Beware of ALL THE SPOILERS for Season 4 Episode 3 Breaker of Chains. Also, this should go without saying, but all the trigger warnings: sexual assault, violence and various very graphic murders. Now that that’s out of the way…
Looks like Tyrion is about to reach the end of the line. We're betting on a plot twist though...
This episode sets up like a classic whodunit. With Joffrey dead (good riddance, although Jack Gleeson’s acting will be missed), Lord Tywin is trying to prepare little Tommen for his new role as king. The boy wants to be a “good king”, which would be admirable, if it weren’t for the fact that he’s like 12. Cercei, meanwhile, is only concerned with who killed her son. Well, she’s also concerned with getting revenge on Tyrion, whom she thinks is the killer, finding Sansa (who escaped during the commotion caused by Joff’s death) and just a bit of incest next to Joff’s body, but that’s just standard Westeros fare at this point.
Continue reading: "Game Of Thrones" Episode 3 Recap: Whodunit? Who Cares?
Basically, Monday should officially be part of the weekend now, because we all need a day to recover from that.
In not entirely unexpected news today, it turns out that despite pirating and the crash of HBO Go, the Game of Thrones season premiere still aired to record ratings. According to TV Guide, the premiere drew in 6.6 million viewers on Sunday night, making it HBO's most-watched program since The Sopranos' series finale in 2007, which drew 11.9 million. This is up from all previous records set by Thrones, including the season 3 premiere, which recorded 4.4 million viewers and the previous champion episode – the sixth episode of season 3, which was watched by 5.5 million people.
Jon Snow is 100% done caring about the game.
Now it’s time for the recap. Do we even need to say it at this point? SPOILERS AHEAD. Seriously, so many spoilers. If you have not seen Two Swords and do not wish to get spoiled, turn back now. Ok, now that that’s out of the way, let’s talk about character development.
Continue reading: "Game Of Thrones" Premiere: Ratings, Recap, Headcount
Arya Stark is on the warpath in the new excerpt.
George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series has become notorious for plenty of things, not all of them good – long, entertaining, full of food, political intrigue, sex and murder, well-written characters and of course, painfully long periods between each book. With five SoIaF titles out, Martin’s writing process has become something of a running joke online. So when he released a chapter – yes, that’s right, he’s doing it one chapter at a time now – of the next book, The Winds of Winter, the internet exploded.
George R. R. Martin - writer, destroyer of mental health.
The book, with a release date yet to be determined, will be the sixth installment in the series and is a long time coming after 2011′s “A Dance With Dragons.” Martin has said the series will contain a total of seven books, a la Harry Potter, with the final installment — “A Dream of Spring” — also in the pipeline. Of course, no release date has been announced for that one either.
One week before the premiere, HBO gives fans a glimpse behind the scenes of their biggest production to date.
It’s (almost) Game of Thrones time. No, we’re not shutting up about it, if you were wondering. HBO’s inescapable marketing is at least partly to blame for the flood of Thrones-related madness online these days. The company just released two All Men Must Die trailers last week, but now, with just a week to go until the HBO premiere, they’ve dropped four clips of behind-the-scenes footage.
Peter Dinklage stars as the frequently mistreated Tyrion Lannister.
So there will be nothing more revealed of the story, before the premiere makes us all cry all over again (we know you have), but the new videos are still chock full of interesting tidbits of information about the process of making HBO’s most ambitions production yet.
With a month left until the premiere, HBO have bestowed upon us the fourth and final "Game of Thrones" Trailer.
Hear ye, hear ye! The fourth and final Game of Thrones trailer is now live for everyone to enjoy… which essentially means we get the same scenes and voiceovers, only in a different cut and with new background music. We have to hand it to those GoT people – they sure know how to pick a soundtrack.
Watch the trailer below and be even more excited for Season 4 (if that’s even possible.)
Some new things that are made obvious in this cut – and there definitely isn’t much to go on – is that the next generation of Starks will play a much more important role this season. We saw in previous trailers that Bran’s warg-ness is getting stronger, so he will probably get at the very least a couple of cool scenes in season 4.
Continue reading: "Game Of Thrones" Trailer #4: Baby Starks And General Gloom And Doom
The ladies of Game of Thrones are getting things done this season.
Let’s talk Game of Thrones. After the second Season 4 trailer, aptly titled Vengeance, was released, the internet – to put it mildly – went nuts. Because no one will be able to stop talking about GoT until April, let’s go into some details. Namely – what’s happening to the ladies in Thrones this season? The women on this show have been particularly disadvantaged from the start, presumably because the action is set in a magical, mystical equivalent of the middle ages. This season Cercei, Daenerys, Arya, Sansa and the rest of them won’t suffer any fools, by the looks of it.
Maisie Williams (Arya) - your favorite little sociopath wants revenge.
The trailer begins with Arya (Maisie Williams) saying “I can’t sleep until I say the names... the ones I’m going to kill.” You already know some serious vengeance is about to go down. Although in the trailer, we mostly see her wondering around aimlessly after the death of her mother and brother, so maybe our favorite little murderer isn’t ready to begin her reign of terror yet.
The 15-minute preview didn't give away any major details, but everything - from the plot to the sets - looks bigger and better than ever before.
Game of Thrones got a treat last week, with a rather unusual 15-minute promo of the upcoming fourth season. It featured some things we expected and few surprises (given that it was a promo), but it’s sure to spur on the Thrones speculation ahead of the series 4 premiere on April 6.
Fans might need to use a cast photo for reference when they count the survivors this season.
If you thought season three was epic, get ready for the next dose of Westeros-based action
If you thought red weddings, white walkers and Wildling takeovers were exciting last season, wait until you see what's in store for season four of HBO's epic Game of Thrones. On Sunday, 12 January, the first trailer for the new season was aired on HBO, with said trailer going viral soon after.
Emilia Clarke is back as the ass-kicking Daenerys Targaryen
As this is Game of Thrones, don't expect the trailer to be anything short of a major dose of excitement and drama, even if it is just over a minute long. There's dragons, witches and threats of war on all fronts in the trailer, and if that wasn't enough excitement there are some fairly clear hints of what story developments are going to be on offer too, the most obvious one being the marriage of everyone's least favourite incest-born creep King Joffrey to the lovely Margaery Tyrell. We're probably not alone in hoping she turns evil.
Continue reading: The War Wages On In The 'Game Of Thrones' Season 4 Trailer [Watch]
This week the audience takes a breather after the shock of the Red Wedding.
This week on Game of Thrones, viewers were let off easy for the finale – the producers probably realised that we are all still recovering from last week’s episode and the Red Wedding. But there were still a number of plot twists (beware of spoilers ahead.) After witnessing the brutal murders of some of her last remaining family members, Arya Stark got some measure of revenge by stabbing one of Walder Fray’s soldiers, as her captor-turned-companion Sandor "The Hound" Clegane took care of the soldier’s comrades. Obviously, the violence will keep getting worse from here on, but after last week’s episode, Thrones fans seem to be able to stomach anything.
Then we had Jaime Lannister, finally back at King’s Landing and reunited with his twin sister Cersei, while Jon Snow had a reunion of another kind, returning to the night’s watch, after escaping the wrath of his scorned lover, wildling Ygritte. On two opposite sides of the GoT universe, two very different characters continued their journeys. While Bran walked on towards his destination north of the wall – a journey, which still seems rather inexplicable, Daenerys Targeryen continued to build her power through the love of her people and finally freed the slaves of Yunkai. While some rise and others fall, as usual in the game of thrones (which you win or you die, as Robb Stark and co. reminded us last week) something altogether darker and more sinister is brewing north of the wall – the White Walkers and their army of undead.
Of course, we got the occasional quip from Tyrion Lannister (the ever entertaining Peter Dinklage) to lighten the mood, but after recent events, let’s just say that there’s a whole lot of lightening to do.
After going through what she did in the last episode, there's no wonder Ayra Stark is so shocked
Just about everyone watching this weeks instalment of Game Of Thrones - bar those who have read the books that is - either decided that they had witnessed one of the most shocking and amazing television episode ever, or decided they were through with serious drama for a while and best go back to the sanctity of cartoons. Either way, the shock ending must have gotten a reaction out of even the most stone faced of people, but Ayra Stark herself, actress Maisie Williams, may have had the best one.
(The rest of this article contains spoilers) So, we farewell to more than a few characters by the end of 'The Rains of Castamere,' with Robb Stark paying the ultimate price for turning down Marriage to one of Walder Frey's daughters in favour of Talisa, but maybe a few is an understatement considering pretty much all of the Stark army was killed, as was Catelyn. So in a way it make perfect sense that the youngest Stark daughter would have the most priceless reaction to the ending of the episode, after all, it could have been her too.
Maisie Williams - "An Evening with The Game Of Thrones" hosted by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences at the Chinese Theater hosted by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences at the Chinese Theater - Los Angeles, CA, United States - Tuesday 19th March 2013
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