Pictures from this Sunday’s new episode of Game of Thrones, “Breaker of Chains,” have been released. This batch includes a new look at Tyrion’s squire Podrick Payne, Arya in a riverbed, Margaery in the aftermath of her wedding, the Wildlings on the move, Daenerys with her army, and a new angle of Shireen Baratheon. Also included are some shots we’ve seen before, which we can now identify with the upcoming episode.
Yesterday, Sophie Turner and Maisie Williams visited BBC UK’s The One Show to promote Season 4 of Game of Thrones. The pair talk about their experience working on the show so far, the fans, and more. Talking points: Joining Game of Thrones at a young age Becoming such good friends through the show ..
Arya Stark will be headed for even darker places this year, according to Maisie Williams. In several new interviews, the actress discusses the younger Stark daughter’s surprising travels with the Hound (Rory McCann) in season 4. “There is a dark turn in her that’s kind of frightening,” Maisie tells Entertainment Weekly. “She’s learning a lot from The Hound and she’s being heavily influenced by that. She’s so young, she’s like a sponge and getting knowledge. She’s heavily influenced by people around her. Being next to The Hound she’s learning his brutal ways.” Maisie adds that while the duo may try to help each other, Arya is … […]
As we near the season 4 premiere of Game of Thrones, the interviews are positively flooding in! So here’s your weekly roundup of the highlights from the cast sharing their thoughts on their characters and the fourth season. “I understood the way that tragedy can shape an agenda, and how much of a focal point the goal that was born from a particular tragedy can be. How totally driven by one thing he is, and how it also sort of branches itself out into how he lives his life,” Pedro Pascal tells Zap2it in a new interview. The actors offers his thoughts on his character, a fan favorite arriving in King’s Landing this year. “Here is a character for the first time that kind of comes up against all the most feared people and does not fear them at all. I think that we haven’t seen that.” The L.A. Times spoke with Gwendoline Christie about what.. […]