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There’s only room for one Mad Queen on Game of Thrones, and currently, Cersei Lannister seems to fit that description perfectly — right down to her penchant for burning her political opponents with wildfire.
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But no House produces crazy monarchs like the Targaryens, and Daenerys is finally heading to Westeros in Season 7. Some fans have speculated that — despite her desire to “break the wheel” and stop the endless war between the Great Houses — she might follow in her father’s footsteps and go a little power-mad once she gets a taste for battle. Read more…
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We have good news and bad news: Season 7 of Game of Thrones is apparently “amazing,” according to HBO boss Casey Bloys, but after it airs, you might have to wait until 2019 for Season 8 — and even longer for any of the potential prequels that HBO is developing.
In a new interview with EW, Bloys laid out the timeline for the final two seasons of Game of Thrones and when we might expect to see a spinoff — reiterating that HBO and showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss are focused on sticking the landing with the final 13 episodes of the series before the network starts thinking about any offshoots. Read more…
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Only two things are certain in Game of Thrones: death, and more death.
But one of the stars seems to be feeling pretty confident about his chances of making it to the end of the series, despite its notoriously high body count.
Samwell Tarly (John Bradley) certainly seemed like an underdog when he was introduced in Season 1 — but author George R. R. Martin has proven that he’s a big fan of underdogs; or “cripples, bastards and broken things,” as Tyrion Lannister once famously observed.
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With that in mind, Bradley recently offered a pretty compelling argument for his character’s continued existence during a podcast interview: “The thing about Sam is, if he’s still around at this stage, you do suspect that there is gonna be a point to keeping him around.” Read more…
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