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'Game Of Thrones' Season Finale: Director Hints At What To Expect

Fresh off directing the most talked-about "Game of Thrones" episode ever, David Nutter stopped by HuffPost Live Wednesday to talk about the surprises in store for the Season 3 finale. Read More... //feeds.huffingtonpost.com/~r/HP/Entertainment/~3/oowD53gJuiY/game-of-thrones-season-finale_n_3398600.html

'Game of Thrones'' Red Wedding gets the 'Princess Bride' treatment and more awesome reactions

Warning: The videos included in this article contain "Game of Thrones" spoilers from "The Rains of Castamere" episode. What happens when you meet "Game of Thrones" with "The Princess Bride"? The absolute best response to the Red Wedding we've seen thus far, that's what. As the above video shows, Fred Savage's charactersaid exactly what we all were thinking when the Red Wedding took place. Fortunately that's not the only response video out there. Ever since the Red Wedding episode of "Game of Thrones" took place, fans have been coming out of the woodwork to share their reactions to the traumatizing event. Check out some of the best responses to hit the web below. Instead of making you sift through the many, many fan-made reaction videos out there, one nice YouTube user decided to compile the best of the best into the video you can watch below. This girl got very, very upset when she... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/06/game-of-thrones-red-wedding-gets-the-princess-bride-treatment-and-more-awesome-reactions.html

'Game of Thrones' author George R.R. Martin watches Red Wedding reactions

"Game of Thrones" fans have been suffering since the airing of the Red Weddingon Sunday, and many book readers recorded their unsuspecting friends' reactions and posted them to the Internet. When Conan O'Brien had author George R.R. Martin on "Conan," he took the opportunity to show the "A Song of Ice and Fire" scribe the way he's breaking his fans' hearts. "Of course all of those clips were set up by people who had read the books 13 years ago and knew it was coming and wanted their friends and relatives and loved ones to do that," Martin responds with a laugh. "I saw one of them saying in comment, 'Now you know why your nerdy friends were really depressed 13 years ago.'" When asked why he felt the need to write such a terrible, tragic event, Martin explains that he just writes "the sort of stuff you like to read." "As a reader... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/06/game-of-thrones-author-george-rr-martin-watches-red-wedding-reactions.html

'Game of Thrones': Arya Stark Reacts to Bad News on Vine (Video)

(Spoiler warning: Don't proceeed if you don't want to know what happened on Sunday's "Game of Thrones.) You've seen the shocked reactions to Sunday's "Game of Thrones," but no one seems more stunned than Maisie Williams, who plays Arya Stark on the show. Read More... //www.thewrap.com/deal-central/tv/article/game-thrones-arya-stark-reacts-bad-news-vine-video-95176

'Game of Thrones' star Michelle Fairley will recur on 'Suits' Season 3

Someone used to the deadly troubles of "Game of Thrones" can surely take on the legal shark-infested waters of "Suits," right? Michelle Fairley, best known for her role as Lady Catelyn Stark on the HBO series, will play a recurring role when "Suits" returns for Season 3.Warning: There are necessarily a few big "Game of Thrones" spoilers in the article that follows. Fairley will play the character of Ava Hessington on "Suits," according to casting news from EW.com. Hessington comes into the USA show's world when she hires Harvey Specter (Gabriel Macht) to defend her in a lawsuit that might ruin her family's international oil business.When Fairley joins "Suits" for the July 16 Season 3 premiere episode, she will actually be the second major "Game of Thrones" character to recur on the show. Conleth Hill -- the actor who plays spy-master and eunuch Lord Varys -- became a recurring character in Season 2. He... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/06/game-of-thrones-star-michelle-fairley-will-recur-on-suits-season-3.html

Maisie Williams' hilarious Vine and more 'Game of Thrones' stars' Red Wedding reactions

Warning: Major "Game of Thrones" spoilers are in this article for those who have not yet watched "The Rains of Castamere." Arya Stark didn't have a chance to appropriately respond to the deaths of her brother Robb and mother Catelyn in the "Game of Thrones" episode "The Rains of Castamere," but the girl who plays her certainly did. Actress and bonafide Internet sensation Maisie Williams took to Vine to record her reaction to the traumatic Red Wedding, and fortunately found a way to bring some humor into a very, very sad night for "Game of Thrones" fans. "They dead. Like so dead. Like O-M-G dead. My mother and brother are dead," Williams says in the above Vine, inexplicably donning her version of a Southern accent. Watch it on repeat for a few times, and you won't be able to help but laugh. Lena Headey, who plays Cersei Lannister, posted her own reaction to Twitter.... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/06/maisie-williams-hilarious-vine-and-more-game-of-thrones-stars-red-wedding-reactions.html

Go Behind-the-Scenes of Last Sunday’s GAME OF THRONES Episode “The Rains of Castamere” in Two New Featurettes

HBO has released a couple of featurettes that center around the most recent episode of Game of Thrones (read Allison’s recap here). While the network regularly posts such featurettes after the most recent episodes of some of their shows, these two are of particular interest given the surprising turn of events that occurred in "The Rains of Castamere." We see series creators/showrunners D.B. Weiss and David Benioff discuss the episode and how the corresponding chapter in the book was one of the main reasons they wanted to turn Game of Thrones into a TV series in the first place, and we also see them talk about the emotional impact of actually filming the episode. READ MORE...

'No, no, no, no!...I Feel Physically Ill,' and More Priceless 'GoT' Reactions Caught on Camera (Video)

Anybody who watched HBO's "Game of Thrones" last night, or made the unfortunate mistake of logging onto any social network, knows some serious drama went down. Robb Stark (Richard Madden), also known as the King of the North, was cruelly eliminated from the race to rule over the seven kingdoms of Westeros from the Iron Throne. And fans were distraught. Like, really, really distraught. Read More... https://www.thewrap.com/tv/column-post/game-of-thrones-robb-stark-lady-stark-hbo-video-95116

Game of Thrones’ Michelle Fairley on Catelyn Stark and the Red Wedding

[Spoilers ahead]  Game of Thrones ' Red Wedding was an emotional roller coaster. First we were teased with possible reunions of the Stark family: Bran and Rickon are this close to Jon Snow; Arya is this close to Robb and Catelyn. But then Robb and Catelyn, countless of their men, and Robb's direwolf Grey Wind were slaughtered. "Catelyn starts to realize it the instant the bride and groom leave the room," Michelle Fairley, who plays the ill-fated character, told Vulture. "Not only are people exiting, but the lights starts to go, and suddenly the band strikes up a tune which is not a tune to be played at a wedding, "The Rains of Castamere." And then she notices that Roose Bolton is wearing chain mail: Why are you wearing chain mail at a wedding? And that's when the penny drops." The band turns into soldiers, arrows rain down on everybody in an indiscriminate slaughter, Frey's own men included, and Catelyn makes her last stand in a desperate attempt to save Robb's life, only to watch him die and get her own throat slit as well. Fairley did a postmortem with us about what it was like to go down fighting, shedding Catelyn's locks, and the club she wants to start with her fellow dearly departed Thrones cast. Read More... //www.vulture.com/2013/06/game-of-thrones-red-wedding-michelle-fairley-interview.html

'Game of Thrones': Why Robb Stark's fate was necessary

This article includes many "Game of Thrones" spoilers for those who haven't yet watched "The Rains of Castamere." You've been warned.There's no denying that the Red Wedding is one of the most horrific events to be depicted on scripted television. During Season 3's ninth episode, "The Rains of Castamere," fans witnessed the not-very-glorious deaths of Robb Stark, Talisa Maegyr and Catelyn Stark, as well as the majority of the Stark bannermen and even Robb's direwolf Grey Wind. It was brutal and tragic and hard to watch, but unfortunately Robb had it coming. During a recent conversation with Richard Madden, the actor who portrays Robb admitted that his character "starts making bad decisions" in Season 3. But those decisions stem back to the major event in Robb's life that set him on the road towards the Red Wedding: Marrying Talisa instead of the Frey he was promised to. Like his father Eddard Stark, Robb was... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/06/game-of-thrones-why-robb-starks-fate-was-necessary.html