04:32 PM EDT 06/12/2015
Originally posted 05/22/2015 02:15AM
[YOUTUBE "vAiRvXnL6jE"] Come on, admit it. You'd totally pay to see this on Broadway.
Chris Martin and his Coldplay bandmates jokingly created Game of Thrones: The Musical for a Red Nose Day sketch, but the glimpses we saw of Peter Dinklage, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau and Emilia Clarke carrying a tune made us wish it was real.
"This is the best idea we've ever had," Martin insists.
Originally posted 04/10/2015 04:50PM
The man who plays Jaime Lannister offers his take on the conclusion of the hit HBO show
Originally posted 03/20/2015 09:25AM
Take the themes of love, power and revenge – stir in two gruesome murders, a prophecy of death and enough sexual innuendo to burn down the whole of Westeros – and there you have the first episode of Game of Thrones season 5 (spoiler alert).
Everyone's favorite naughty dwarf, Tyrion Lannister (Peter Dinklage), is safe after killing his dad and his lover and getting smuggled out of Westeros by Varys (Conleth Hill). Varys tries to persuade Tyrion to follow a new leader: "Westeros needs to be saved from itself," Varys says. He seems to favor the white-haired beauty Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) as a contender for the throne.
Originally posted 03/19/2015 07:20AM
Send a raven. Game of Thrones is back.
And there couldn't possibly have been a more fitting location for Wednesday night's season 5 world premiere than the Tower of London.
Kit Harington, Natalie Dormer and Charles Dance were among the stars from the acclaimed HBO fantasy drama who brought Westeros to London, where the walls of the "Bloody Tower" were emblazoned with illuminated projections of dragons and flames that flickered along the red carpet.
Even the much-coveted Iron Throne found its way to to the historic fortress, which just happens to be circled by ravens – though not the three-eyed kind.
Originally posted 10/30/2014 01:00PM
Yes, George R. R. Martin, we know that every man must die. But that doesn't make the deaths on Game of Thrones any less painful to watch. Fortunately, HBO just made sure that many of the fan favorites could stay around for a lot longer.
The principal stars of the hit HBO drama – who include Peter Dinklage (Tyrion Lannister), Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Jaime Lannister), Lena Headey (Cersei Lannister) and Kit Harington (Jon Snow) – signed new contracts to keep them around for a potential seventh and final season (and give them massive raises), according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Originally posted 04/29/2014 09:05AM
The Game of Thrones and Other Woman star on his big break, family and Jaime's new hand
Originally posted 04/27/2014 06:15PM
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau might be used to the Iron Throne, but his latest role involves a different kind of throne.
Coster-Waldau, who plays Jaime Lannister on Game of Thrones, is pivoting to a more comic role in The Other Woman that involves its fair share of potty humor. But Coster-Waldau is more of a fan of The Other Woman's raunchy humor than you might expect the man behind Jaime Lannister to be.
Originally posted 04/25/2014 03:45PM
One man versus three women: That's the box-office showdown this weekend, which pits Tom Hardy's man-in-a-car solo showcase Locke against the jilted-gals comedy The Other Woman, starring Cameron Diaz, Kate Upton and Leslie Mann.
Originally posted 04/11/2014 08:30AM
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau may play expert swordsman Jaime Lannister on Game of Thrones, but Kate Upton managed to leave the actor with an on-set battle wound.
Coster-Waldau stopped by Chelsea Lately Thursday night to discuss his new movie, The Other Woman, and showed off a baseball-size bruise he sustained while filming an "intimate" moment with the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue favorite.
Originally posted 05/20/2012 11:00AM
HBO's Game of Thrones features a roster of down and dirty men – guys like mud-soaked Jaime Lannister – but they clean up rather nicely.
The latest issue of VMAN magazine features the actor who plays Lannister, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, looking more like Prince Charming.
Whether his King-slaying character is dirtied and beaten-down or scrubbed up for the palace, playing him is a joy, the actor says.
"Working on Game of Thrones isn't difficult – it's challenging, which is great," he tells VMAN. "When you do a show where the writing is weak, it's difficult. But on Game of Thrones we have such brilliant writing. The challenge here is to not f––– it up."
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