Snoop Dogg and actor Seth Rogen joined Nemo Hoes at the GGN desk to get us caught up with Game of Thrones. Please be advised, the video does contain drug use and profanity. Take a look at the video below:
Nikolaj sat down Extra’s Maria Lopez to discuss his latest film, The Other Woman and his co-stars, Leslie Mann and Cameron Diaz. Mario couldn’t resist asking Nikolaj about the hit series, Game of Thrones where Nikolaj shared an awkward fan-encounter involving nudity. Take a look below:
- Home > Interviews & TV Appearances > Screen Captures From 2014 > April 14: Extra TV
Nikolaj covered the April 2014 issue of Details magazine where he opens up on life as a superstar, his marriage and his hit HBO series, Game of Thrones. I’ve added some images from the photo shoot into the gallery. Hopefully many additional outtakes will be released over the next few days. Head over to the gallery for the latest additions.
- Home > Photo Shoots > Session #030 (Details, 2014)
Vanity Fair: Behind the scenes of our April issue cover shoot, we ask the actors who populate Westeros which characters they’d give up their roles for. We have a hard time imaging Kit Harington as Joffrey, but who are we kidding—we’d watch that show, too.
HBO played a new trailer for season 4 of Game of Thrones last night, and it is a feast for the eyes. Pyramids! Dragons! Jaime Lannister with short hair! Pretty much everybody is swearing some kind of blood vengeance against somebody else. Take a look below:
The first official trailer for HBO’s, Game of Thrones has been released! The show returns April 6th for the fourth season. Take a look at the official trailer below:
Joffrey at his wedding. Tyrion in chains. A clean-shaven Jamie. HBO has released the first few tantalizing glimpses of Game of Thrones season 4. The network’s year-end trailer has highlights from 2013 and first-look footage from next year’s programming. In addition to Thrones, there’s quick glimpses of buzzy new drama True Detective, Damon Lindelof’s apocalyptic series The Leftovers, Mike Judge’s new project Silicon Valley, and more.
Check it out below (the new footage starts around 1:30):
For those not lucky enough to attend the San Diego Comic-Con 2013 festivities this year, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! ThinkHeroPro was kind enough to upload the entire Game of Thrones panel onto Youtube for us!
Panel for Game of Thrones from San Diego Comic Con 2013, featuring David Benioff, D.B. Weiss, George R. R. Martin, Emilia Clarke, Kit Harrington, Michelle Fairley, Peter Dinklage, Rose Leslie, Richard Madden, and John Bradley. Special appearance by Jason Momoa. Take a look below:
We love Peter Dinklage and think he deserves all the accolades he can get, but we can’t lie: We’re going to be very disappointed if it is his name and not Nikolaj Coster-Waldau’s called when the Emmy nominations are announced in July 18, 2013.
In a perfect world, both co-stars would get nods for their incredible work in Season 3, but given the Emmy’s track record with Game of Thrones and the competitiveness of the Best Support Actor category, we suspect there will only be room for one GoT actor, and it appears Peter is the Academy’s chosen favorite. This year, that’s the wrong call.
Why? It’s not a comment on Peter’s performance (which was top notch, as always), but Nikolaj’s. If last season belonged to Tyrion, this season was Jaime’s, and Nikolaj took the gift he was given and ran with it. Here are three reasons the Emmys overlooking him would be a travesty.
A strong arc masterfully handled. Nothing shows off acting chops quite like a really good character arc, and Jaime’s transformation from cocky captive to despairing cripple to man reborn was a great arc indeed. Nikolaj handled the changes skillfully, managing to bring out the humanity in Jaime’s early, boasting scenes, and weaving bits and pieces of that old bluster through his transformation post-loss of hand. Jaime has clearly been altered in fundamental ways, but he felt like the same person every step of the way.
Humor and pathos. Like Peter Dinklage as Tyrion, Nikolaj has the benefit of playing one of the few Game of Thrones characters you can count on for a laugh. His comedic timing — and especially his comedic chemistry with Gwendoline Christie as Brienne — is as fantastic as his most dramatic moments, which is always a tough (and essential!) balance to pull off, especially on a show as dark as Game of Thrones.
The bath scene. Best for last. The epic bath scene where Jaime explained the origins of the Kingslayer name was a make or break moment for the character. It’s a pivotal scene in the book series, and it was given equal importance on the show. While the speech Jaime gave was well written to begin with, the scene really hinged on Nikolaj’s ability to make Jaime’s account of his past believable, emotionally affecting, and riveting. He knocked it out of the park — we get chills every time we re-watch. It was unquestionably one of the best acting moments on any show all year, and for that achievement alone he deserves recognition.
Not convinced? Just watch the scene again. (Source)
Game of Thrones: “3.10 – Mhysa”
Joffrey challenges Tywin. Bran tells a ghost story. In Dragonstone, mercy comes from strange quarters. Daenerys waits to see if she is a conqueror or a liberator.