Help Game of Thrones and its cast get the People’s Choice Nominations. Vote as often as you can! Don’t see your favorite cast member listed? You can always do a write in. So far the show is nominated for
- Favorite TV Show
- Favorite Cable Sci-Fi Fantasy
- Favorite Sci-Fi Actor – Kit Harington
- Favorite Sci-Fi Actor – Peter Dinklage
- Favorite Sci-Fi Actress – Emilia Clarke
- Favorite Sci-Fi Actress – Lena Headey
In the movie section, you can also support the cast :
- Favorite Family Movie – How to Train Your Dragon 2 (Kit Harington)
- Favorite Family Movie – The Boxtrolls (Isaac Hempstead-Wright)
- Favorite Thriller – Dracula Untold (Art Parkinson & Charles Dance)
- Favorite Action Movie – 300: Rise of An Empire (Lena Headey)
- Favorite Action Actress in an Action Movie – Lena Headey
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Emilia Clarke, Nathalie Emmanuel, and Iain Glen were were been spotted around Osuna Spain today but they were also caught on set yesterday for a very spoiler-filled scene.
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By Alicia Lutes on October 17, 2014
If the headline of this story weren’t enough to alert you: this is a post chockablock with spoilers for the upcoming fifth season of HBO’s Game of Thrones. I repeat: you will see things — as-yet-unseen things — that will give you a bit more insight into the upcoming journey to Westeros than the average bear. Heck, you’ll know even more than the book readers because it shows a serious divergence from what they’ve come to know and love as A Song of Ice and Fire.
So! We good now? OK well in that case, let’s go.
In Osuna, Spain, plenty o’ photos and videos are popping up in the real-world home for Dorne, including this one of Jaime Lannister meeting with Ellaria Sand and Areo Hotah in some seriously Dornish robes. This, for fans not in the know, is a bit of a divergent from what happens in the books. In fact, Golden-Hand-Man never once heads down that way in George R.R. Martin’s epic. Have no fear, though: the author is apparently on board for all the changes coming our way.
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by Sydney Bucksbaum
Hey Game of Thrones book readers, are you ready to feel like us non-book fans for a change? Because you’re about to take a walk in our shoes when the HBO hit series debuts in 2015.
While fans of George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire novels have always been one step ahead of non-book readers while watching the action play out onscreen, always knowing what’s coming next (ahem, Red and Purple Weddings!), the HBO TV adaptation is about to introduce a brand-new character in season five that isn’t in the books.
Yeah, book readers, how does that feel? Welcome to our world!
Details of the new character named “Malko” are being kept secret right now (no surprise there!), but he is definitely not from the books.
And the best part? Malko is being played by Mr. Eko!
That’s right, Lost alum Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje landed the über-mysterious role on the HBO fantasy series The actor tweeted about his new role, confirming his Westeros presence.
This deviation from the books is not the only new aspect Game of Thrones is introducing this season. As we previously reported, there will also be flashbacks for the first time ever in season five, and the first one is appearing as early as the premiere!
Start speculating now as to what this flashback will entail. Are we going to get to see any of our dearly departed Game of Thrones favorites? We certainly hope so!
THR first reported this casting news. Request for comment from HBO was not immediately returned.
They forgot to mention, Adewale was also Kit’s co-star in Pompeii.
Game of Thrones will give fans a rare glimpse into the past during season five.
The HBO fantasy hit has long avoided using narrative flashbacks during its first four years on the air, preferring to keep its action grounded in the show’s present moment. But Thrones will offer its first flashback scene next year, and EW can exclusively report the flashback is currently expected to serve as the season’s opening scene (though this could change in editing).
Showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss revealed the season would have a flashback during a Q&A with film students in Spain, where the show is shooting portions of its upcoming season. Here is the quote, which is roughly translated from a Spanish website and was not attributed to a particular producer: “By making the first season, we set a rule: No prophecies, dreams or flashbacks. We failed the first two and this season the third. So yes, this season will finally have flashbacks.”
Though that’s “flashbacks” plural in the translation, I can only confirm that there will be one of them.
Thrones started shooting at the historic Alcázar Palace in Seville last week and will later move on to Osuna. The production also returned to Belfast, Northern Ireland and Dubrovnik, Croatia this year. The series will return to HBO next spring.