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Ian McElhinney (Barristan Selmy) talks Game of Thrones Season 5

By David (Razor) Harris on

Ian McElhinney, who portrays exiled Kingsguard knight Ser Barristan Selmy on Game of Thrones, recently sat down with The Bits Herald to talk about Season 5, among other things. The actor had plenty to say about the show out-pacing the … Continue reading

The problem with ethics in Game of Thrones: Honor, bullet-biters, and intuition-chasers

By WiC Staff on

Yi Li is a London student studying public policy. She previously wrote on teenagers in Game of Thrones, and is a member of our Small Council. Game of Thrones is so rife with ethical dilemmas and dueling political philosophies that … Continue reading

“Lord Snow”: WiC Remembers Season 1, episode 3

By Rowan Kaiser on

“Just so!” “Lord Snow” suffers from many of the same problems of the other early episodes of Game Of Thrones, where trying to produce an authentic adaptation of the novels and a coherent television show often clash. But you can … Continue reading

Ian McElhinney talks Barristan Selmy in video interview

By Lightbringer on

Flicks And The City caught up with our very own Barristan Selmy, Ian McElhinney. Ian discusses Barristan’s story so far, as well as his journey moving forward, and answers some general Thrones questions about dragons, deaths, and more.

More pics!

By Fire And Blood on

Winter Is Coming just got its meaty little hands on a number of new pics just released by HBO today. Like this one: No new characters, really, but these are beauties. The costuming is amazing. Props to Michele Clapton! I’ll … Continue reading

Barristan the Bold on Board

By Hear Me Roar on

Oliver Powell does it again, and we have another actor to add to the cast: More cast for #HBO #GameofThrones IAN MCELHINNEY is to play Barristan. Ian McElhinney (62) is a Northern Irish top actor with stage, movie, and tv experience. … Continue reading

More roles confirmed being cast

By Hear Me Roar on

Returning from LepreCon, GRRM updates us again: I should never go away, though. The amount of stuff that builds up when I leave, even for a short trip like this one, is truly daunting. Hundreds of emails, huge stacks of … Continue reading

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