Spoilers below: This story features an interview with Jack Gleeson talking about Sunday’s Game of Thrones.
The king is dead, long live Jack Gleeson! Below, the 21-year-old actor whose Game of Thrones villain horrifically died Sunday night talks exclusively with EW about leaving the show, shooting his death scene, and why is is retiring (!) from acting. Plus, we have an exclusive goodbye video from Gleeson from… Continue reading ‘Game of Thrones’: Jack Gleeson talks royal wedding shocker — EXCLUSIVE
Peter Dinklage took some time out of his busy schedule to bring a project he is passionate about to fans’ attention. The “Game of Thrones” star held a Reddit Ask Me Anything to promote interest in a Kickstarter his good friends Karyn Parsons and Alexandre Rockwell are holding to help release the movie “Little Feet.”
The stunt seems to have worked, as “Little Feet’s” Kickstarter… Continue reading Peter Dinklage AMA: 'Game of Thrones' fans fill Q&A with talk of 'whores and slapping (separately)'
“Game of Thrones” returns with its fourth season Sunday (April 6), and if you’re not watching the HBO drama already, you’re doing yourself a disservice. In Season 4, “Game of Thrones” reaches the planned midpoint in its run, which means now is the time to catch up on one of the best shows on TV.
Still not convinced? Here are 10 spoiler-free reasons why “Game… Continue reading 10 reasons you should be watching 'Game of Thrones'
Before watching the Game of Thrones season 4 premiere Sunday night, check out this handy interactive map showing where all your favorite characters are located at the start of the season. Click on each “+” area in Westeros and Essos for “ohhh yeahhhh” reminders about each location, along with some hints what to expect from the different storylines re-introduced in the premiere.
Map illustration for EW by Headcase