Game of Thrones star Kerry Ingram reenacts Shireen’s brutal death, and other fun stuff


What are the Game of Thrones stars doing as the world continues to self-isolate as we wait for the coronavirus pandemic to pass? To start, they’re making us laugh. I direct you to Exhibit A: Kerry Ingram remaking the famous scene where Shireen Baratheon is burned alive in TikTok:

Oh my god, she even has the wooden stag! And the music is brutal. Kudos, Ms. Ingram.

Stars like Emilia Clarke (Daenerys Targaryen) are remaining active in quarantine, as well. A while back, she was raising money for her charity, SameYou, by giving 12 donators an opportunity to have a “virtual dinner” with her, where everyone on the stream would cook the same meal and talk about “isolation, fear and funny videos.” She recently posted some images of how that went:

This idea could go places.

Clarke is also trying to raise money by enlisting some well-known faces to do readings from the poetry collection The Poetry Pharmacy: Tried-and-True Prescriptions for the Heart, Mind and Soul, and that seed has started to sprout. Check out who she got on board:

And finally, just because, here’s a shot of Clarke and her dog:


But it’s not all about quarantine life. Some Game of Thrones veterans still have new stuff coming out, like this very dapper photo of Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Jaime Lannister) on the cover of Haute Living:

“Had a lot of fun doing this story,” Coster-Waldau wrote. “We did this shoot only a few months ago. Now it seems like in some parallel universe.” His current reality is a little more like this:

Oh, who is he kidding? Disheveled or precisely coifed, Jaime still looks good.

Finally, Alfie Allen (Theon Greyjoy) is in a new movie that would be coming out in theaters right about now, but has instead been released on video-on-demand: How to Build a Girl. He brings us some glamour shots of his character: the “soulful and brooding rocker” John Kite:

How to Build a Girl follows teenager Johanna Morrigan (Beanie Feldstein) as she becomes a popular but conflicted music journalist, and has been getting excellent reviews for putting an earnest spin on the familiar coming-of-age story. It’s available now!

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