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‘Game of Thrones’ star admits he was totally confused by the show

The sprawling, interconnected storylines of Game of Thrones can sometimes be confusing for even the most dedicated viewer, so it’s reassuring to know that sometimes the cast struggles to keep up with the plot twists just as much as we do.

Stephen Dillane, who played Stannis Baratheon from Season 2 through Season 5 of the HBO hit, recently revealed to the UK’s Times newspaper (via io9) that he had a hard time understanding what his scenes were about, often relying on his co-star Liam Cunningham (aka Davos Seaworth) to explain what was going on. 

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Season 8 of ‘Game of Thrones’ will begin production on Sunday

If you’re looking to do a reasonably-paced Game of Thrones rewatch, now is probably a good time to start. Liam Cunningham, who pays Davos Seaworth, told AM to DM Friday that the final season will begin production on Sunday.

As Ser Davos so kindly explained, Sunday and Monday will mark the official table reads for the final six episodes of Game of Thrones. For the week after that, the cast will rehearse, and then it’s straight to filming. (Yes, it is okay to scream at this news.)

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“My ass belongs to HBO for as long as it takes to get this done,” Cunningham added.  Read more…

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Shoot dates for ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 8 give us a big clue about the premiere

We’re counting the days until Game of Thrones returns for Season 8, but judging by these hints from one of the show’s stars, we’ll be counting a while longer.

Actor Liam Cunningham (who plays the show’s frequent MVP Ser Davos) recently told TV Guide that the final season’s six episodes are “definitely going to be bigger and what I hear is longer … We’re filming right up until the summer.” 

And appearing at a panel for Amazon’s new sci-fi anthology series, Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams, at New York Comic Con, Cunningham gave us an idea of the production schedule for Game of Thrones‘ final season. Read more…

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