11:22 AM EDT 05/13/2015
Originally posted 05/11/2015 08:00AM
When Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke met Channing Tatum, she couldn't help but be starstruck. Much to her surprise, the feeling was mutual.
"I was at a Golden Globes after party," Clark tells Harper's BAZAAR for the June/July issue (on stands May 26), "and Channing f---ing Tatum came up to me, and his stunning missus, Jenna Dewan[-Tatum]."
She recalls, "And they said, 'We call each other 'moon of my life' and 'my sun and stars' and all that. And I was like, 'I cannot contain this. Please, can we all have something sexual together? You're both beautiful, even just a hug.' "
Originally posted 04/22/2015 01:00PM
The mother of dragons has a doppelgänger.
Rosie Mac, an actress, model and dancer, has been serving as Emilia Clarke's stand-in on this season of Game of Thrones, and the resemblance is truly striking.
Based in Marbella, Spain, 18-year-old Mac hails from Cornwall, England. Recently, she was featured in Irish TV personality Virginia Macari's debut bikini collection.
Originally posted 03/09/2015 02:30PM
So speaks Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) in the latest promo for the return of Game on Thrones to HBO next month.
Along with Daenerys's vow to "break the wheel," the latest trailer promises lots of swordplay and a very scary, fire-breathing dragon. We also catch a glimpse of Jon Snow (Kit Harington) trying to rally the Wildlings.
Oh, and then there are those ominous warning signs that winter is most definitely coming.
Originally posted 01/21/2015 11:40AM
Parks and Recreation has seen into Game of Thrones's future, and the outlook is bleak.
On Tuesday's episode, Ben (Adam Scott) locked Leslie (Amy Poehler) and Ron (Nick Offerman) into a room to sort out their differences.
Originally posted 06/15/2014 10:45PM
If you haven't watched Sunday's epic finale of Game of Thrones, stop reading now.
Originally posted 05/30/2014 04:05PM
Thanks to the popularity of Game of Thrones, more people are naming their babies after Daenerys Targaryen than ever before. In 2013, more than twice as many parents chose to name their baby girls "Khaleesi" than chose its soundalike "Kelis," according to data from the Social Security Administration.
Which got us thinking: In ten years or so, parents are going to have a very hard time determining whether their children's new friends are named after a dragon queen from a fantasy series or a female rapper who was once married to Nas. So, future parents, here's a refresher on Kelis vs. Khaleesi. (And yes, we know "Khaleesi" is only a title. We'll have no complaining from book readers on this point.)
Originally posted 03/16/2014 02:00PM
Is that the Mother of Dragons or the Queen of Pop?
In a move that could unite George R. R. Martin book worms and dance club-goers alike, Madonna channeled Game of Thrones's Daenerys Targaryen to mark the celebratory Jewish holiday of Purim.
"Happy Purim!!!!! All Hail All Queens! ##certainty," she wrote on Instagram, sharing the festive snapshot on Sunday.
Originally posted 01/13/2014 11:00AM
Winter is here, and with it comes a new trailer for the upcoming season of Game of Thrones.
All the characters are back – except for a few ill-fated wedding guests – in this clip for the show's fourth season. The trailer was released Sunday and is quickly racking up views from eager fans ready for more drama between the Starks, Lannisters and other power-hungry residents of Westeros.
Originally posted 04/07/2013 04:20PM
HBO's Game of Thrones, now at the start of its third season, seems to have been weighted into a catapult and sent soaring through the air: What was already a massive hit has become a buzzed-about, addictive phenomenon.
The show is – as one says, of such epic productions – teeming with characters. It swarms with plots, subplots and side-plots. If you missed the first two seasons, you might be afraid to just jump in. Don't be.
Just remember that everyone's motive is essentially the same: Win the Iron Throne and control all the kingdoms. (Think of Jerry Seinfeld chasing down the marble rye, but there are hundred of Jerrys and only one loaf.)
Oh, and everyone wants to avoid being brutally slaughtered.
You'll be hooked fast enough, and you'll develop your own set of obsessions to anticipate each week. These are mine:
Originally posted 03/30/2012 07:15PM
When Game of Thrones concluded its first season last June, viewers were left wondering about the fate its characters and their quest for the coveted Iron Throne.
Now, with the show's highly anticipated second season premiering Sunday (9 p.m. ET) on HBO, Westeros watchers will finally get to see what will happen next for the kingdom's most troubled citizens.
Here's where the hit fantasy left off:
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