Everyone is out for revenge in the latest look at Game of Thrones season four.
The second trailer for the upcoming episodes begins with Arya (Maisie WIlliams) reciting the names of the people she plans on killing. We're reminded she has even more reason to be angry this season after the bloodshed at the Red Wedding. Sansa (Sophie Turner) also is traumatized by the events, saying all she can think about is what happened to her loved ones at the bloody wedding.
Fans looking to reacquaint themselves with Game of Thrones ahead of the series' April 6 fourth-season premiere have the latest Blu-ray and DVD releases to look forward to. Out Feb. 18, bonus features include in-depth looks at new characters for the third season.
Diana Rigg, Emmy nominated for her work as Lady Olenna Tyrell, offers a look at the snarky matriarch in the above clip -- reinforcing her alter ego's disinterest in the men of Westeros.
There are only 88 days until the return of Game of Thrones.
Making fans of the series hold their breath for the last few months with little more than a peep on the fourth season's production, HBO announced Thursday that their flagship drama premieres April 6 at 9 p.m. (The night also sees the return of Veep, as well as the debut comedy Silicon Valley.)
Game of Thrones fans have their first look at The Mountain.
Well, the latest Mountain, anyway. Icelandic actor Hafthor Julius Bjornsson took to Instagram to reveal himself in costume as Gregor "The Mountain" Clegane. He's the third actor to take up the mantle of the brutal brother to Sandor "The Hound" Clegane (Rory McCann).
Having already brought The Walking Dead and DC/Vertigo's Fables to pixelated life, video game company Telltale Games today revealed that it is turning its attentions toward Westeros, with the announcement of a new episodic game based on HBO's Game of Thrones series.
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia has always been dark, but this week it's getting an infusion of bleak straight from Westeros.
Wednesday's episode, "Flowers for Charlie," was written by Game of Thrones creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, who are longtime fans of the show and became friendly with Rob McElhenney (Mac). The pair pitched McElhenney the story of the episode in a bar, and he was impressed.