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Game of Thrones Stars 'Work Up a Sweat' in Beverly Hills | Peter Dinklage

Game of Thrones Stars 'Work Up a Sweat' in Beverly Hills

Originally posted 09/25/2012 06:00AM

Winter is coming!

Game of Thrones stars Peter Dinklage and Richard Madden kicked off the Emmys with a work out in Beverly Hills on Sunday morning.

Hours before the big awards show, the pair, who play prominent members of dueling families on HBO's hit fantasy drama, were spotted at the fitness center at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills.

Dinklage, who earned a nomination for his role as Tyrion Lannister, jogged on the treadmill as Madden, who plays King in the North Robb Stark lifted weights.

"Richard was really working up a sweat!" an onlooker tells PEOPLE.

While Dinklage didn't take home an award, Game of Thrones did win Emmys for outstanding sound editing for a series, outstanding sound mixing for a comedy or drama series, outstanding special visual effects, outstanding art direction for a single-camera series, outstanding costumes for a series and outstanding makeup (non-prosthetic) for a single-camera series.

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Review: Ice Age: Continental Drift Is Fine but Forgettable

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Ice Age: Continental Drift Is Fine but Forgettable: Review

Originally posted 07/13/2012 10:30AM

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Parents, let's talk. I've noticed a lot of whimpering at kids' movies lately, and I think we all know it isn't the kids.

Hey, I get it. I'm childless, but like you, I see all their movies. The fact is that lately, animated films just aren't that great. The Lorax was a lecture, Brave was disappointing, and though Madagascar 3 hit some high points, you've probably developed a tic triggered by the words "afro" and "circus."

Ice Age: Continental Drift is more of the same – fine but forgettable.

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Game of Thrones: Four Moments That Got Fans' Blood Pumping | Game of Thrones

Game of Thrones: The Best Moments of the Season 2 Premiere

Originally posted 04/01/2012 10:05PM

The long summer is ending, winter is coming, and don't even think about spring. The second season of HBO's thrilling fantasy drama Game of Thrones has arrived.

Episode one, "The North Remembers," was a typically seat-of-your-pants, edge-of-your-seat tour of the geography of Westeros, from deserts to ice-bound forests, as we witnessed rival camps preparing to go to war for the Iron Throne.

Here are the developments (spoiler alert) that most intrigued me and will have me hooked for the whole season:

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Which Game of Thrones Storyline Are You Most Anxiously Awaiting?

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Game of Thrones Returns! Which Storyline Are You Most Anxiously Awaiting?

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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Game of Thrones Season 2 Trailer Released

Originally posted 01/30/2012 09:15AM



Who is the rightful ruler of Westeros?

HBO has just released the first teaser trailer for Game of Thrones season 2, offering a tense taste of things to come. We see Lady Stark pointing a dagger at Littlefinger, Joffrey threatening to kill Sansa, and Tyrion – played by Emmy and Golden Globe winner Peter Dinklage – acknowledging how "the game is played."

"One of the great challenges of the second season is that the world just expanded enormously," David Benioff, executive producer and writer, said recently. "Not only do we introduce a great number of new characters, but we're journeying to all new locations."

The Game returns April 1 on HBO.
– Tim Nudd

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What Was the Mystery Reference in Peter Dinklage's Globes Speech? | Peter Dinklage

Peter Dinklage's Globes Speech: Who is Martin Henderson?

Originally posted 01/17/2012 09:15AM

Peter Dinklage gave a fairly standard acceptance after receiving the Golden Globe for Best Supporting TV Actor on Sunday. But it was his mention of "a gentleman in England I'm thinking about, Martin Henderson" that left people scratching their heads.

Instead of elaborating, the actor told the audience to "Google him" and within minutes Henderson's name was trending on Twitter.

Turns out, Henderson is a fellow dwarf and aspiring actor, who was badly injured after a stranger picked him up and threw him in England last October. He has not been able to walk properly since the incident.

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Peter Dinklage Gives Michelle Williams a 'Little Grief' at Globes Reunion

Peter Dinklage Gives Michelle Williams a 'Little Grief' at Golden Globes

Originally posted 01/16/2012 03:45PM

Golden Globe winner Peter Dinklage had a long-awaited reunion with his pal Michelle Williams on the red carpet Sunday – but he didn't let her off the hook so easily.

"I sort of gave her a little grief," the proud new papa, 42, told reporters on Sunday at the HBO afterparty in Beverly Hills.

"Everybody is very busy, but it takes [this awards show] to get together."

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Peter Dinklage Gets First Golden Globe, First Babysitter for Daughter | Peter Dinklage

Peter Dinklage Gets First Golden Globe, First Babysitter for Daughter

Originally posted 01/16/2012 09:00AM

Peter Dinklage was a winner at Sunday's Golden Globes, but he had other things on his mind while accepting.

After telling his fellow actors that he and wife Erica left their new daughter with a babysitter for the first time, the Game of Thrones star, 42, came backstage and told PEOPLE his nerves were calm about the situation – at least for the time being.

"Everything's fine – so far," Dinklage, 42, said, laughing. "She's a baby. Crying never killed anyone. Well, maybe that's not true."

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Meryl Loves Viola, Globes Love The Artist, Descendants | Claire Danes, Meryl Streep

Golden Globes: The Artist, Meryl Streep & Claire Danes Win Big

Originally posted 01/15/2012 11:20PM

Despite an off-color remark or two from host Ricky Gervais, Sunday's 69th annual Golden Globe Awards proved to be something unexpected – family friendly.

Named best actress for the TV drama Homeland, Claire Danes said that when she won her first Globe, for 1994's My So-Called Life, she was only 15 – and was so overwhelmed that she forgot to thank her parents.

She made up for that oversight on Sunday, and pointed out her mother, Carla, sitting in the International Ballroom of the Beverly Hilton Hotel. Danes also thanked her husband, Hugh Dancy, "who keeps me sane and happy."

Throughout the evening, many winners took time to remember members of their families. The Artist's best comedy actor, Jean Dujardin, thanked "my beautiful and talented wife." (The movie was also named best picture comedy or musical.)

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Emmy Winner Peter Dinklage Thanks ... His Dog Sitter! | Peter Dinklage

Peter Dinklage Thanks Dog Sitter in Emmy Acceptance Speech

Originally posted 09/18/2011 11:10PM

Peter Dinklage won the Emmy for best supporting actor in a drama, and he had to give a shout out to the one person who allowed him to be there to accept the award: his dog sitter.

"I would like to thank my dog sitter, whose name is Kitty, for taking care of my dog Kevin back in New York, while I'm here," he said on stage Sunday, as his wife, actress Erica Schmidt, giggled in the audience. "I won!"

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