Tag Archives: Jack Gleeson

Dormer and Gleeson ponder death in interviews, also cats and dogs

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As we reported last week, Natalie Dormer did a Reddit AMA yesterday. Ostensibly to promote The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1, it still managed to generate a decent amount of Game of Thrones news. Under questioning from fans, she revealed … Continue reading

“Baelor”: WiC Remembers Season 1, episode 9

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In the end, Ned Stark looks confused. Why wouldn’t he? Everyone around him, save Joffrey and Ilyn Payne, is confused. Sansa is screaming. Cersei is desperately raving at her son. Varys dashes across the platform to plead Ned’s case. And … Continue reading

The Small Council: Who’s your pick for Season 4′s Best Villain?

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This week, our Small Council discusses their votes for the WiCnet Awards for Best Performance As A Villain in Season 4. Rebecca Pahle: This may seem counter-intuitive, but I’m going to start out my defense of Aidan Gillen’s Petyr “Littlefinger” … Continue reading

WiCnet Awards: The Best Performance As A Youth award goes to…

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The winner of the WiCnet Award for Best Performance As A Youth in Season 4 is Maisie Williams as Arya Stark! Both second and third places put in strong performances. Despite having a speaking role in only two episodes, Jack … Continue reading

The Small Council: What’s your pick for Best Performance As A Youth?

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In this installment of The Small Council, we ask the advisers: who was your pick for the Best Performance As A Youth in Season 4? We also welcome new contributor Cameron White to the table. Rebecca Pahle: Ah, Jack Gleeson. I’ll … Continue reading

Who would have won Best Performance As A Youth in Seasons 1-3?

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One of the main reasons I decided that the WiCnet awards should include voting by actor in thematic categories instead of the traditional Emmy concept of “supporting actor” divided by gender is this Best Youth category. The actors playing the … Continue reading

Curtain Call: Jack Gleeson

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Jack Gleeson was always one of those guys you’d hear great things about, but couldn’t quite imagine. He didn’t do too many interviews, or even big splashy premieres; he was always just a bit removed from the usual frenetic Game … Continue reading

George R.R. Martin, David Benioff, Dan Weiss, and Jack Gleeson on the unforgettable Purple Wedding

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Last night’s Game of Thrones episode has everyone talking, including those directly responsible. Entertainment Weekly has some great new and exclusive interviews performed in the wake of the Purple Wedding. Show-runners David and Dan, George R.R. Martin, and the King … Continue reading

Interview Roundup: Game of Thrones cast talk relationships, villains, and Season 4

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After all that Jaime Lannister has been through, his reunion with Cersei won’t be everything he had hoped for. Nikolaj Coster-Waldau tells Entertainment Weekly, “For him, it’s been a very traumatic trip, but he’s been wanting to get back to … Continue reading

New in-depth Jack Gleeson Q&A

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In a rare appearance, Jack Gleeson settled in for a half-hour long Q&A last week at University College Dublin. In this interview, the king of Westeros answers dozens of questions, talking flower crowns, which actor’s most like their character, and … Continue reading

Jack Gleeson talks playing an evil little bastard

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King Joffrey is a character everyone loves to hate. A lot of that is due to the way he is played so deliciously evil by Jack Gleeson. And what does Jack have to say about playing one of the greatest … Continue reading

The North Remembers: July 2009

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Time to look three years into the past again. That particular July was a big month for Game of Thrones. The first and foremost reason was Sean Bean joining the cast. To be precise, and here we have to be, Winter … Continue reading



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