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Originally posted 04/06/2014 10:05PM
Game of Thrones is back! With some serious vengeance.
Season four of HBO's mega-hit fantasy series premiered Sunday night, allowing fans to catch up with its many beloved and despised characters – well, at least the ones who aren't dead yet.
Here's what we know now about the goings-on in Westeros and beyond:
Originally posted 03/27/2014 07:00AM
Someone hasn't done his homework.
Game of Thrones star Peter Dinklage, who plays fan favorite Tyrion Lannister, visited The Late Show Wednesday, and confessed a shameful secret to David Letterman: He hasn't read the books the HBO series is based on.
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Originally posted 03/24/2014 12:25PM
Brace yourselves, comic fans.
The new trailer for X-Men: Days of Future Past is out, and it's a doozy.
Originally posted 03/18/2014 08:25AM
In 2013, Tyrion Lannister made $49 million dollars, which really p---ed him off, because it was just a few short of a million a week.
This amazing mash-up of Game of Thrones and The Wolf of Wall Street will make the day of any fan of Peter Dinklage, Martin Scorsese's film or clever editing in general.
Originally posted 02/07/2014 04:45PM
The Winter Games are coming!
Originally posted 04/17/2013 02:10PM
Peter Dinklage may not be a typical Hollywood star. But he certainly faces the thrills and challenges of being a huge celebrity – as evidenced by his being mobbed by admirers.
"Game of Thrones fans are the nicest people ever, but a thousand nice people coming at me gives me claustrophobia," the actor, who plays Tyrion Lannister on HBO's hit fantasy series, tells Playboy in a new interview.
"I can't wear a pair of sunglasses and pull my hat down and just disappear. I'm 4½ feet tall, so I sort of stand out."
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 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.
Originally posted 07/13/2012 10:30AM
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.
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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