WiC Weekly: September 6-12

This week on WiC, we mourned the loss of Game of Thrones star Diana Rigg, celebrated Outlander’s Caitriona Balfe, and finally broke down the Dune trailer!

Welcome to WiC Weekly, your source for all the news that happened over the past seven days. They said we couldn’t capture it all in just 10 tweets, but they were wrong.

We have to start with the news that Dame Diana Rigg, best known for playing Lady Olenna Tyrell on Game of Thrones, has died at the age of 82. Her friends and colleagues were quick to pay their respects:

This week, Warner Bros. finally released the long-anticipated trailer for Dune. We take a close look:

This is the first big screen adaptation of Dune since David Lynch’s 1984 version. How are they different?

Looking for something to satiate yourself during the Droughtlander? Try this:

Back to Game of Thrones, Maisie Williams (Arya Stark) sheds some interesting light on one of the show’s most famous moments:

Sticking with Williams, she takes us behind the scenes of her new show Two Weeks to Live, which took a few cues from that very Game of Thrones moment:

We here at WiC are still gearing up for Amazon’s adaptation of Robert Jordan’s The Wheel of Time series. To that end, we dive into the second book, The Great Hunt:

Wedding bells ring for Stranger Things star David Harbour!

Want to watch Kit Harington in something that will make you forget he ever played a character as good-hearted as Jon Snow? This may be up your alley:

Finally, we honor Caitriona Balfe’s performance as Claire Fraser on Starz’s Outlander:

And that’s it!…for now.

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