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Maisie Williams does her first Reddit Ask Me Anything!

By David (Razor) Harris on

Maisie Williams, who portrays Arys Stark on Game of Thrones, held court in her very first Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything), this morning. As AMA’s go, Maisie’s was one of the better ones I’ve seen in a while. The actress … Continue reading

Maisie Williams on Arya’s changes, filming in parking lots

By David (Razor) Harris on

Maisie Williams had some interesting things to say on Arya’s journey in the upcoming Season 5 of Game of Thrones, when Access Hollywood talked to the actress during the a pre-SAG awards party. “I say this every year, it’s like, … Continue reading

Game of Thrones Stars Hit SAG Red Carpet, talk Season 5

By Ani Bundel on

It wasn’t the best of nights for Game of Thrones at the Screen Actor’s Guild Awards. Television is a competitive landscape nowadays, and the show lost their big nomination–that of “Outstanding Ensemble”–to the PBS juggernaut Downton Abbey. Peter Dinklage also … Continue reading

Maisie Williams talks CyberBully, Season 5 of Game of Thrones

By Ani Bundel on

“I do think of 12-and-over as being ‘when I became an adult’,” Maisie Williams told told The Guardian in a recent interview. “It’s strange when people say they don’t feel like they’ve grown up yet… I’ve had to learn a lot.” … Continue reading

WiCnet Awards: And the winner of Best Actress in Season 4 is…

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…Maisie Williams, as Arya Stark! This is Maisie’s second Best Actress WiCnet award, after she won in Season 2, and her second this year after winning Best Performance as a Youth. Michelle Fairley won in Season 3, although Williams finished … Continue reading

The Small Council: Who’s your pick for Best Actress in Season 4?

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We’ve hit the big categories in this year’s WiCnet Awards. This week, our Small Council discusses Best Actress in Season 4. Rowan Kaiser: Season 4 was a difficult year for Daenerys Targaryen, which meant a much higher degree of difficulty … Continue reading

Maisie Williams certain of casting in potential The Last of Us film

By Rowan Kaiser on

The Last of Us was one of 2013’s most acclaimed video games, a plot-heavy and relationship-centered post-apocalyptic game made by Uncharted developers Naughty Dog. With its mass popularity and much-lauded story and characters, it was a natural for a film option. … Continue reading

And the WiCnet Award for Best Comedy Moment in Season 4 goes to…

By Rowan Kaiser on

…Arya and The Hound, for their exchange in “Two Swords.” We had it listed as only the final bit of the exchange, but really, the whole thing is a delight. “I know him. The small one. His name his Polliver. … Continue reading

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

By Rowan Kaiser on

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

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

By Rowan Kaiser on

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

Game of Thrones Wins Best International Program at the TVCAwards

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  America may have trouble appreciating Game of Thrones. But at least across the pond, TV viewers know a good thing when they see it. Last night, the TV Choice Awards aired from the London Hilton on Park Lane. The … Continue reading

New photos from Croatia show possible adaptation of The Winds Of Winter chapter

By Rowan Kaiser on

There’s a new set of photos from Kastel Gomilica that show specific characters in much more detail. Maisie Williams (Arya Stark), Roger Ashton-Griffiths (Mace Tyrell),  Ian Beattie (Meryn Trant), and Mark Gatiss (Tycho Nestoris) can all be spotted quite clearly. … Continue reading



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