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Like many other bastards, living a life clouded with dark secrets and lies is probably the worst feeling ever. 

For Jon Snow (played by Kit Harrington) on HBO’s Game of Thrones, we can only imagine the same emotional journey he’s been going through for quite sometime now. But as the fantasy series enters into its fifth season, it looks like things are about to change for Ned Stark’s (RIP) son. 

We’ve learned in a report that there’s a chance that Snow isn’t Stark’s bastard son afterall. According to Zap2it, there’s a plot from the book “A Dance with the Dragon” (where season 5 will be partially based on) that can give a solid conclusion to Jon Snow’s parentage on the hit HBO series. 

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Ned’s son Bran is able to have visions into the past. In one such vision, Bran sees Ned praying at a weirwood tree and hears his father seemingly talking about the fact that Jon isn’t actually his son.


The portrayer of Ned Stark, Sean Bean, has also given his take on his onscreen son’s fate in an interview with Vulture – saying that he’s open into going back to shoot some flashback scenes. 



I’ve definitely got some unfinished business that needs to be resolved there. I’m obviously not Jon Snow’s dad. And you need that to be revealed at some point, don’t you? So Bran would kind of be the one having the flashback, and he would see Ned praying, right? And revealing those things? You never know what those guys are going to do with that. It’s got to be something special. But I’m into that. I certainly would be into that. Print that! Give them a nudge. [Laughs.] Hopefully I’ll get a call soon.

Posted on Jul , 22 2014 Filed under Game of Thrones, Spoilers

Posted on Jul , 21 2014 Filed under Cast Articles-Photoshoots-Mags

By Caitlin Brody




You’ve seen Michiel Huisman on Nashville, Orphan Black, Game of Thrones, and in our fashion story with him in our August issue (photos below!). We insisted on getting to know him.


Glamour: Let’s make sure we’re pronouncing your name right, as we say it a lot around here. It’s pronounced “Mik-KEEL,” right?

Michiel Huisman: Yes, it’s a very common Dutch name. Growing up in Holland, I always thought my name was boring, but in the U.S. all of a sudden I have a very cool name.


Glamour: You’ve costarred with some amazing women we at Glamour love: Emilia Clarke, Connie Britton, Tatiana Maslany. And you’re in upcoming movies with Reese Witherspoon and Blake Lively….

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Posted on Jul , 20 2014 Filed under Cast Articles-Photoshoots-Mags, Cast Interviews


“The truth is always either terrible or boring.” Fortunately, this is not the case with our issue’s cover girl. Actress and rising star of the big and small screens, Sophie Turner is taller than you’d expect. At 5ft 9”, she comes into the studio with her fantastically long hair, ridiculously flawless skin (makeup free, I might add) and a bright smile despite the grey clouds and summer rain beating against the window. She has plenty to smile about.


For the last four years, Turner has played the role of Sansa Stark on the immensely popular HBO series Games of Thrones, earning a Young Artist Award nomination for Best Supporting Young Actress in a TV Series along the way. Later this year, her first big Hollywood comedy, Barely Lethal, is released, shortly followed by a grittier film, Alone, in 2015. She’s been busy, and now, the hard work is paying off.


Most notably, Turner has had the opportunity to really get into and develop her character Sansa Stark over the last few seasons of Game of Thrones, metamorphosing from little teenage girl to an assertive and wise young woman who is taking charge. “This season has been really good for me because Sansa has gone from a vulnerable 13-year-old girl, and she is transformed. She has been learning from all these people at court on how to manipulate others and she is actually putting it into practice now. She is becoming a bit of a dark horse.” Speaking of manipulation, “I had a scene in the most recent episode where I had to lie for Littlefinger during his trial, and at the same time, I had to put on a convincing performance. It was quite difficult, but it was a lot of fun. We had a great time filming.”


Perhaps in the coming seasons of the show, Stark is going to further define her voice. Until now, Stark has been something of a silent character, posing a challenge for Turner, who has to rely on facial expressions and body language over words and intonation to convey her character’s story. “I really like the fact that she is quite a silent character. If she had spoken up in court at any point she would have gotten herself killed. She is being compliant with the people she hates just so that she can bide her time and then she can actually get her own back. It’s fun because then a lot of the acting is in the face, and not in the words, which is nice for me to experiment with.”

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Posted on Jul , 20 2014 Filed under Cast Articles-Photoshoots-Mags, Cast Interviews




The ever talented team at Scanline VFX have posted their most recent BTS video of the popular wight fight scene from the Game of Thrones Season 4 Finale. In this run down you can see the incredible detail and heavy visual effects work that goes into each and every scene from that fight. This one sequence has been remored to be one of the most expensive scenes created for the show.

With matching exact movements and choreography to the actors and visual effects its easy to see where the budget could get stretched in takes and hours spent creating. Just an incredible example of how far we have come to creating as close to real life situations as possible digitally. 

[via Scanline VFX]

Source: Fstoppers

Posted on Jul , 20 2014 Filed under Behind the Scenes, Season 4 News


By Jennifer Vineyard

The whereabouts of Osha on Game of Thrones are currently unknown, but Natalia Tena — the actress who plays the Wildling spearwife tasked with protecting the youngest Stark lad, Rickon — is a little easier to pin down. Tena, who also played Tonks in the Harry Potter film series, touched down in New York at the end of June to promote her lead role in 10,000 KM at BAMcinemaFest (the indie film will be released in the fall), and Vulture pounced on the chance to meet her while she was in town. Because Tena’s trip was so brief, Vulture helped her with her shopping and then chatted with her over coffee about Skype sex, where she’d like to see Osha and Rickon end up, and why the Stark girls need their wolves.


What have you picked up during your shopping spree so far today?

I’ve got everything now — barbecue sauce, a bag of sweets for everyone I love, and melatonin, because in England, it’s bollocks, basically.


When I’ve been in England and have needed to sleep, I’ve taken this thing called Kalms.Yeah, that’s shit.

I’ve literally taken, like, ten of them, and they do nothing. But melatonin is the hormone that helps you go into it, you know? It’s like, Yes! What else do you pick up?


Tylenol with codeine, because it’s over-the-counter there. For emergencies, you know?
Yeah! Codeine — my mate, he’s always got it, and it’s great for when you’re really, really hungover. Because then you can just carry on. It’s weird the kind of stuff you can get in other countries. [She picks up a bottle of conditioner.] Conditioning, what is that? Is that a rinse?


Yeah, it’s for after you shampoo.



So, your character in 10,000 KM moves to L.A. and tries to keep up a long-distance relationship with her boyfriend, who lives in Spain. They’re having a hard time connecting.

And she’s lonely in L.A. She and I are very different women. When I go somewhere, I want to get balls-deep in it. I immerse myself entirely. I won’t feel lonely. I think it’s sadder being the person left behind than the person going. Long distance, it’s the all-time question, isn’t it? Can love work long-distance? Especially when we’ve got all these means to communicate? But it doesn’t substitute smelling or touching someone. And it almost makes it worse, because it’s like torture, because they’re not quite there. That’s why for me and my boyfriend, I don’t usually ring him or speak to him while I’m away. For me, the online thing, I’d rather just write him a letter, and then when I see him, tell him everything. So when I’m in Madrid [shooting the new BBC show Refugees], I’m going to see him on the weekends. But I’m not going to attempt to chat with him during the week at all. It’s just pointless. I think it makes you miss them more.


The couple has three sex scenes — one in person before she goes, one on Skype, and one in person when he visits her.

Yeah. The first time, they’re having sex to have a baby, and the last one, they realize something is broken, which happens. Like sometimes you have sex with an ex, and it’s so sad, because now the feeling is gone. That’s why it’s so sad, because they love each other so much. This film is basically saying love is not enough. It’s also about time and place.


You can document how much their relationship deteriorates by his interest level in fulfilling her sexual needs. At first, he really wants them to come together, which she doesn’t allow. And then the Skype sex scene starts off being about her but by the end she may as well have not even been there.

We talked about how at the beginning — and loads of girls have done this, I’ve done it — there’s a power in making someone come when they don’t want to. And when you’ve been with someone for seven years, whether you come or not doesn’t matter. Maybe later on that same day they have sex for three hours. So I think it’s quite sweet that it doesn’t really matter to her. But then, when they’re Skyping, it’s awful. That bit was dark. It’s almost like you get embarrassed watching it. But I’d say the hardest one to shoot was the third one, because it was the end. So there’s a distance, and an awkwardness, and we were doing night shoots, which just really fucks up your mind.


You mentioned a book that you said every woman should read. What was that?

Women Who Run With the Wolves, by Clarissa Pinkola Estes. She has a Jungian perspective on helping people deal with bad shit. And she basically talks about how women, our psyche is a wolf, and trying to strip down all the bullshit of being what a woman is [so you can ask,] What is a woman?


If the female psyche is a wolf, what do you think it means for the two Stark girls who are missing their wolves?

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Posted on Jul , 20 2014 Filed under Cast Articles-Photoshoots-Mags, Cast Interviews

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