GAME Of Thrones fans are settling in for the Long Night as Dragons and White Walkers prepare to do battle in Westeros. Fans will be pained to know that although winter is here in Westeros, season eight is still some time away. Here's everything you need to know about the upcoming series. Tyrion and Daenerys still have a rocky road ahead to take the Iron Throne When will Game of Thrones season 8 start and how many episodes will there be? Unfortunately for fans desperate to find out who takes the Iron Throne, we don't yet know the exact start date for Game of Thrones' final series. However, it has been confirmed the much-anticipated show will not being until 2019. They began filming the latest series in October 2017. We do know the final series will be the shortest in Game of Thrones' history with just six episodes, following on from the seven in season seven. It seems very likely that each episode will be feature length but could range anywhere between 60-120 minutes in length. This is … [Read more...] about When does Game of Thrones season 8 start, how many episodes will there be and how long are they?
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Read the Game of Thrones season 4 premiere recap here. Lords, ladies and smallfolk: Game of Thrones season four is upon us. The violent and engrossing HBO hit premieres Sunday -- so it's high time to review everything you need to know to be ready. Find five essentials below. 1. The reviews are in. The Hollywood Reporter's Tim Goodman gives season four a rave review. Read it here. 2. What the cast is saying. Maisie Williams recently told THR that Arya will become more like The Hound this season: "She's picking up on his brutality." At The Wall, star John Bradley says we'll see Sam in a new light -- and that's not a good thing. Bradley says Sam will begin making "self-centered decisions that are beneficial to nobody and could be utterly catastrophic." Could that mean trouble for Jon Snow? North of The Wall, Isaac Hempstead-Wright says Bran will explore his mystical powers even more this season. (He also reveals things get awkward when he watches the racy show with his mom.) And … [Read more...] about ‘Game of Thrones’: 5 Essential Ways to Prepare for the Premiere
[Warning: Potential spoilers ahead for Game of Thrones' season four.] HBO continues to tantalize fans with teasers for Game of Thrones season four, this time with an Instagram post previewing its upcoming special. PHOTOS: 'Game of Thrones' Unleashes 15 Season 4 Photos Game of Thrones Ice and Fire: A Foreshadowing, which airs Sunday at 8:45 p.m. ET/PT, previews the season and feature clips from upcoming episodes, as well as a behind-the-scenes look. The 15-minute presentation airs ahead of True Detective. The Instagram post released Friday shows footage that could potentially be spoiler-filled. Among them: a wedding between two major characters, an epic battle between Arya and a key antagonist and dozens of burning men crawling through a battlefield. PHOTOS: 'Game of Thrones'' Most Gruesome Deaths We'll find out how it all plays out beginning Sunday, April 6 at 9 p.m., when Game of Thrones season four debuts. Check out the new footage below, or take a look at the … [Read more...] about ‘Game of Thrones’ Teaser Reveals New Season 4 Footage (Video)
[Warning: This story contains spoilers for the season six finale of HBO's Game of Thrones, "The Winds of Winter."] The Red Woman's secret, Jon Snow's resurrection, Hodor's creation and destruction … they all feel like distant memories in the wake of the final two episodes of Game of Thrones season six. Indeed, after leaving the "Battle of the Bastards," it was difficult enough to imagine Thrones topping itself in the subsequent week; more often than not the HBO fantasy drama builds up to its climactic penultimate episode, while using its season finale as a place to let the situation cool down. That was not the case with "The Winds of Winter," one of the single most eventful episodes in Thrones history. From Daenerys' decision to the Jon Snow revelation and all of the wildfire in between, the final episode of season six packed enough firepower to keep fans burning for more in the painfully long wait between seasons. Here's how the week played out once the finale was … [Read more...] about Week in ‘Game of Thrones’: Chronicling the Season 6 Finale’s Fallout
Can Euron Greyjoy make Pyke great again? Game of Thrones' recent Kingsmoot in Pyke may have reminded Americans of the current presidential campaign. Not only did it include its first-ever female candidate for the highest office, but there was plenty of name-calling and braggadocio regarding the male anatomy. Sound familiar? "I'm not comparing Greyjoy to [Donald] Trump, but it's obvious, it's very close and it's a fun thing to do," Pilou Asbaek, who plays Euron, tells The Hollywood Reporter. Like Trump's campaign, Euron's started out using a strategy so dubious that no one thought he'd last: he boasted about killing his own brother, Pyke's previous king. Defying all logic, this worked for Euron and eventually won him the driftwood crown. His shameless platform also involved mocking his niece Yara (Gemma Whelan) for daring to enter the Kingsmoot, giving his nephew Theon (Alfie Allen) grief for being castrated, gloating about his own physical endowment and then making outrageous … [Read more...] about ‘Game of Thrones’ Star Compares Euron Greyjoy to “Bombastic” Donald Trump