Nathalie Emmanuel strikes a pose, Jerome Flynn fights for animal rights, and more news


It’s time for a Game of Thrones celebrity roundup. What is the wayward cast of television’s biggest show up to now that’s it’s over?

To start, Nathalie Emmanuel (Missandei) is slaying it on the fashion scene. Just look at the clothes, the hair, the accessories, and all the swag she’s representing. #Goals

Missandei meets Diana Ross on the cover of Nylon’s September’s issue. Uff, Nathalie Emmanuel is a sight for sore eyes! Slay, queen, slay!

We could look at those pictures all day, but in more somber news, Jerome Flynn (Bronn) is hosting a documentary called Hogwood: A Modern Horror Story, about animal cruelty on factory farms. “After seeing the horrendous conditions and animal abuse that is happening behind Hogwood’s walls, I had to do something,” Flynn said. “The pigs of Hogwood aren’t just meat products, they are sensitive, emotionally aware beings just like us and they deserve better than this.”

Flynn has been an animal rights advocate for quite some time. Earlier this year, he appeared in a video from PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) asking people to examine the choices they make with the food they’re eating.

Meanwhile, Flynn’s fellow do-gooding castmate Nikolaj Coster-Waldaun (Jamie Lannister) has been in Iceand Greenland these past couple of weeks, and documenting some of the beautiful landscapes on his Instagram:

Based on his caption, Coster-Waldau was working with RVK Studios. My guess is that he’s working on something to raise awareness of climate change, a topic he’s been interested in before.


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Back on the lighter side, Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson (the Mountain) is having a good time at the gym:

And finally, Pilou Asbæk (Euron Greyjoy) is participating in an initiative called “Breathe With Me.”

“We asked the filmmaker Christoph Bauer to travel the world in search of extraordinary people who have a special relationship with their breath,” reads the description on the project’s Vimeo page. “These people shared with us their daily lives, and showed us how they breathe.” Below, Asbæk demonstrates what it’s all about:

You can see Asbæk’s full Breathe With Me video here, and/or head to the official Breathe With Me site to learn more!

Next. Will Poulter lands lead role in Amazon’s Lord of the Rings show. dark

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