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  • What’s most striking about these behind-the-scenes videos is how well Tywin Lannister plays the actor Charles Dance. Very believable although its clearly just acting.

  • Fingers crossed that we get plenty of Roose next season. I’m kind of hoping that he pops up at the Royal Wedding with Fat Walda, but it’s unlikely.

  • Wow. Further testament to the awesomeness of Michael McElhatton. Glad to see him in more interviews, and it seems the Unsullied have really taken a shine to him as a great villain as well. Also, Alexandra Dowling is gorgeous. I hope we see more Roslin Frey in the future. If not, well there is always her new series “The Musketeers” where she will play Queen Anne.

  • lollllllll Roose you glorious bastard. Why is it that I hate Walder Frey but somehow cannot hate Roose?! He’s just too charming

  • Yeah, Charles Dance and Michael McElhatton won that clip hands down. The only thing that could have made it better was a quick take from David Bradley to complete the Unholy Trinity. Maybe in the full video?

  • Can anyone share a link to an internationally available version?

    The video won’t play for me here or at Access Hollywood. I’m in Canada.

  • cosca:
    Fingers crossed that we get plenty of Roose next season. I’m kind of hoping that he pops up at the Royal Wedding with Fat Walda, but it’s unlikely.

    I read somewhere that this is happening, something about Tywin and Roose having a chat. It may be just a wishful thing though.

  • Laurentius:
    What’s most striking about these behind-the-scenes videos is how well Tywin Lannister plays the actor Charles Dance. Very believable although its clearly just acting.

    Hasn’t anyone else noticed how hilarious this is? I feel like I’m taking crazy pills!

  • The thing is, so many people focus on the shock of “OMG, they all died”…the simple fact that they died.

    You can sort of tell in the books that things aren’t going well for Robb, even the TV series says that the Lannisters are winning at this point now that the Baratheons are defeated and they’ve allied with the Tyrells.

    What shocked me was the *manner* of the Red Wedding, you see. The utter, almost feral glee that the Freys and Boltons take in this shameless betrayal.

    Most of all, not just that “Robb dies” but that “Robb was betrayed under a flag of peace, and then they *horrifically mutilated his corpse* to drive home the point that they don’t feel bound to any rules of decency.

    But I mean, even people within the books have that reaction — “okay, even if you felt justified in betraying Robb because he broke a marriage promise — which is disproportionate in and of itself — you then went above and beyond anything necessary by *triumphantly desecrating his corpse*?!