By now, it is a foregone conclusion that Game of Thrones will get a fourth season. Most of the actors and even executive producers David Benioff and D.B. Weiss have intimated as much in various interviews. So learning that Charles Dance said the following is not too surprising.
“We’re about to start season four aren’t we? This year. We get scripts pretty early on, much earlier on than in similar series, usually you get perhaps one episode and you just have to trust that what’s going to come in subsequent episodes is going to be as good as the one you’ve got, but in this I think there are six scripts already written, and we will probably be able to see them with more than adequate time to prepare before we start shooting.”
Of course, having the scripts written prior to the season greelight is nothing new. They’ve been doing that since the beginning, before the series was even officially picked up by HBO. But season four is coming, folks. You can be assured of that.
Meanwhile, the London food truck seemed to be a smashing success. Isaac Hempstead-Wright hopped aboard for part of the journey, mingling with the fans and also managing to give a couple of interviews. Here he talks with Red Carpet TV and Flicks and the City.
More interviews after the break…
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Rose Leslie and John Bradley talk to the BBC about Thrones being the most pirated show in the world.
A raven-haired Sophie Turner chats with Canal+ about S3, teasing that Sansa will actually have a moment of happiness this season.
MuggleNet has an interview with always-entertaining Natalia Tena where she talks about Harry Potter and Game of Thrones.
Sibel Kekilli talks Thrones in an interview with The Daily Quirk and reveals that it took some convincing by the executive producers to get her to take the part of Shae.
Some Thrones fan reportedly tried to put a curse on Aidan Gillen. Maybe he was hired by Varys?
This Is Fake DIY chats with most of the Stark clan (Richard Madden, Michelle Fairley, Sophie Turner and Isaac Hempstead-Wright) in one of the more entertaining and illuminating interviews I’ve read.