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Aidan Gillen reveals more Season 5 clues, talks Jonathan Pryce

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Aidan Gillen wants you to know he’s not his character, and has little in common with puppet master Petyr Baelish. Sitting down with the Italian site TVzap a couple of weeks ago, he was ostensibly there to promote his new … Continue reading

Sophie Turner’s In Style feature offers Season 5 hints, astonishing outfits

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Sophie Turner’s Sansa Stark has come of age on-screen–and so has Sophie herself, becoming a legit movie star after just four seasons of Game of Thrones. Navigating the choppy waters of child star to adult fame is notoriously difficult, but Turner … Continue reading

What we know about Game of Thrones Season 5

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Do you have questions about the upcoming fifth season of Game of Thrones? This is what we at Winter Is Coming know—and we’ll be updating this regularly as Season 5 approaches. Last Update: February 24th, with news of Theon, our … Continue reading

The Small Council: What stood out most to you about the Season 5 trailer?

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Welcome back to The Small Council, where our staff and contributors give quick answers to the pressing questions about Game of Thrones! This week, we welcome new staff member David Harris as well as Scott Andrews of our Words are … Continue reading

See the first batch of promo photos for Season 5!

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Along with the official trailer, HBO has released eighteen high-quality photos of characters in Season 5. These aren’t just scenes from the trailer–we’ve got several other moments that aren’t shown in the trailer. There are also characters, like Brienne and … Continue reading

“Who said anything about ‘him’?”: An Unsullied reaction to the Season 5 trailer

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Brandon Nowalk is a freelance television and film critic whose work has appeared at The A.V. Club, Indiewire, Salon, and more. He’s just begun two new series at the blog he never updates, But What She Said. He thinks it’s time … Continue reading

Five Burning Questions about the Season 5 trailer–for readers

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We’ve had our first good look at the Season 5 trailer of Game of Thrones, and we’re getting more and more hyped for the season. But this season is going to be much more of a loose adaptation, thanks to … Continue reading

WiCnet Awards: And the winner for Best Episode of Season 4 is…

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….Episode 8, “The Mountain and The Viper”! That’s right, once again, Oberyn Martell’s starring moment in the Game of Thrones firmament was your pick. Has a one season wonder ever been so dominant in his popularity since Ned bit the … Continue reading

Why “Mockingbird” is the best episode of Season 4

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For the Best Episode of Season 4 poll, our staff argued for our favorite episodes of the season… One of the more impressive choices that Game of Thrones has made as a production is to preserve the round robin point-of-view chapter … Continue reading

WiCNet Awards: And the winner of Best Actor in Season 4 is…

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…Aidan Gillen as Petyr “Littlefinger” Baelish! This is Gillen’s second WiCNet Award for this season, as he previously won for Best Performance as a Politician. Gillen joins Alfie Allen and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau in winning the award. Congrats Aidan! I wrote … Continue reading

And the WiCnet Award for Best Performance as a Politician in Season 4 goes to…

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…Aidan Gillen, for his turn as Petyr “Littlefinger” Baelish! Gillen’s victory has him join Maisie Williams, Iwan Rheon, Pedro Pascal, and Liam Cunningham as the winners in our acting sub-categories–look for the major acting categories to be voted on next … Continue reading

How marriage triggered the Game of Thrones

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Marriage for alliance has been part of Game of Thrones since the very first episode. Almost the first thing Robert says to Ned is that he wants Joffrey to marry Sansa, to tie the crown to one of its most powerful … Continue reading



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