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Conan O’Brien Appearance

Last year Conan O’Brien announced he would be bringing his TBS late night show to San Diego this year and now it looks like he’s snagged some of the biggest names in town to join him next week. Cast members from AMC and HBO’s blockbuster series The Walking Dead and Game Of Thrones will be on stage with O’Brien at San Diego’s historic Spreckels Theatre on July 10. And the small screen will get some competition from the big screen as Jennifer Lawrence and others from the upcoming The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 sit down with Conan the day before. Here’s the guest list so far …and there’s a secret surprise in there too.

 

Friday, July 10
The stars of Game of Thrones:
Alfie Allen
John Bradley
Liam Cunningham
Natalie Dormer
Conleth Hill
Hannah Murray
Sophie Turner
Carice Van Houten
Maisie Williams

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Game of Thrones Experience the Realm at San Diego Comic-Con

 

Ever want to learn how to Water Dance like Arya?  Or see yourself on screen with Dany’s dragons?  Well Game of Thrones Experience the Realm is coming to Comic-Con in San Diego and they’re going to give lots of opportunities to step inside of the world of Westeros.

This year Experience the Realm will have more interactive exhibits than ever before!   Apparently it’s big enough to need its own space and will be across the street from the Omni Hotel.  Details after the jump.


Highlights include:

  • Become Arya, even down to using a replica of her wooden practice sword.  Step in front of 10 ft projection screen and riposte targets creating a unique portrait of you that you can take home and share online.
  • Get incinerated by Dany’s dragons or become a White Walker and have it all captured in an animated .gif
  • Interesting props from the show (some of which you can take photos with) to include The Mountain’s gargantuan sword
  • Costume displays from Game of Thrones will be featured along with a gallery of select work from the Game of Thrones Compendium Book, featuring original creations from the talented fan-base ranging from art, fashion, food and fans can pick up a limited-edition T-Shirt designed by Beautiful Death artist Robert Ball

Want to avoid the lines?  If you’re a subscriber to HBO NOW and will be attending Comic-Con you have a chance of being selected as a VIP (to enter go here).  As VIP you will get to skip those long lines and see the exhibits during a daily preview.

 

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June 27th, 2015
AliKat

Gallery Update

 

 

Gallery Links:

 

**Thanks to Far Far Away Site for the Game of Thrones stills as well as the pics of Rose Leslie and Natalie Dormer from SDCC2014. I thought I had added them with the ones I had gotten earlier but apparently I forgot.

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June 25th, 2015
AliKat

San Diego Comic Con Cast List

The cast of Game of Thrones will once again be coming to San Diego Comic Con, HBO confirmed today.

A panel has been announced for July 10th in Hall H at 2:30P.M.. It’ll be moderated by late-night host and show fan Seth Meyers.

The panelists will include Game of Thrones executive producer Carolyn Strauss, episode director David Nutter and cast members Alfie Allen, John Bradley, Gwendoline Christie, Liam Cunningham, Natalie Dormer, Conleth Hill, Hannah Murray, Sophie Turner, Carice van Houten and Maisie Williams.

There will be autograph signings afterward at 4:15 p.m.

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Now you can leave flowers on their virtual grave:

 

Graves

 Great way to see who’s died each season. Click on the graveyard to go to the page.

 

 

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Et tu, Olly? The story of Jon Snow, the bastard of Winterfell, came to a heartbreaking and apparent conclusion on Sunday night’s Game of Thrones fifth season finale. From the moment of his arrival at Castle Black, Snow never quite fully bonded with the clan of criminals and outcasts sworn to defend The Wall. With each successive season, Snow’s relationship with his brothers in black has become more strained, especially once he brought an army of Wildlings through the gate in an effort to bolster their forces to better protect the realm from the threat of the White Walkers. Tonight, a gang of conspirators plunged their daggers into their Lord Commander, with Snow’s young steward Olly, whose family was slaughtered by Wildlings, delivering the final blow. 

 

We spoke to star Kit Harington about this twist—and whether Snow is really dead

 

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: What was your reaction when you learned Jon’s fate?

 

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Spoilers ahead for the season-five finale of Game of Thrones.

 

Lena Headey couldn’t wait to be stripped bare and have the populace of King’s Landing chuck fruit, vegetables, and bodily fluids at her during the ultimate slut-shaming. Every time Vulture checked in with her, she expressed an eagerness to shoot Cersei’s downfall, a.k.a. the walk of shame. “It won’t be Cersei being seductive or sexy,” she told us. “It’s better for her regality and her feistiness to not bare her flesh until she has to. When it’s out of her control.”

 

Showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss told Headey before this season that “this was as far as they knew” of Cersei’s story line, “because this was as far as George [R.R. Martin] had written,” she said during an international press day in Belfast. “And I love it. I love what’s happening.” This moment, Headey said, provides her character an important emotional shift, because up until now, she’s been able to “present herself as an image of perfection,” even if underneath, “she’s deeply flawed.” “There’s this deep paranoia, all this shit going on,” Headey said. Her external appearance, for a moment, matches her internal conflicts. Although she holds her head up high, Cersei is at her lowest point, “stripped physically and emotionally, mentally destroyed,” explained actress Hannah Waddingham, who plays the septa accompanying the queen, intoning, “Shame!” throughout the walk. “It was the ultimate insult to strip her of her vanity. Her hair is such a mask, like a crown, isn’t it?” Waddingham said.

 

“If I put the wig on, that’s massive. That’s an immediate feeling,” Headey said. “It’s really important. What was slightly daunting was what was going to be taken away. It can change how you feel, but it can’t change how she is.”

 

Headey’s new short do was a “really heavily, heavily cropped cut-up wig,” which almost resembled a gamine pixie cut, if not for the fake blood from the not-so-carefully-used razor. “Irritatingly, Lena still looks fabulous,” Waddingham laughed. “I was like, ‘Seriously? Well, that’s going to be the haircut next year for everyone!'”

 

“To walk her through the streets and have every woman see her as the every woman is just genius,” Waddingham added. “To have people coming up and trying to touch her, do things to her, to chuck urine and all sorts at her, that’s part of the cleansing. That’s getting her to base point, so she can grow again in a pure fashion, rather than in all the filth that’s around her.”

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If you watched Sunday night’s Game of Thrones finale, you know that showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss stayed true to George R.R. Martin’s books in at least one respect. Just as A Dance With Dragons did, “Mother’s Mercy” ended with the tragic death of … well, we’ll talk about it after the jump. Spoilers for Sunday night’s episode of GOT follow!

 

 

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