Lena Headey strikes out at the “Daily Fail,” more Game of Thrones celebrity stuff


Lena Headey (Cersei Lannister) throws shade at the “Daily Fail” after it publishes a photo of her. Also, Sophie Turner offers her succinct review of WandaVision.

The Daily Mail is a British publication with a bit of a reputation for slip-shod, inaccurate, scaremongering reporting. It’s not uncommon to to hear it referred to as “The Daily Fail” online, as it tends to rub a lot of people the wrong way.

That includes some of the people profiled in the publication itself, like Game of Thrones veteran Lena Headey (Cersei Lannister). After the Daily Mail ran a photo of her riding her “electric motorbike” in LA, she shot back at them on her Instagram for “sitting outside our house” for generally being lame:

"FASCINATING. PROGRESSIVE. RELEVANT. EXCITINGAF. Daily Fail, can you please stop sitting outside our house, it’s dull, for everyone (again, see above)"

She also wants to know how to turn on the headlight. Can’t help her there.

In other news, Sophie Turner (Sansa Stark) took to her Instagram to give her brief but incisive review of WandaVision, which wrapped up a couple weeks ago on Disney+:

WandaVision’s the best show on TV and anyone can fight me about it, cause I’ll fight you. And that’s the tea.” Over and out.

In more substantial news, Digital Spy reports that Liam Cunningham (Davos Seaworth) has joined the Sky’s historical drama Domina as Livius, a citizen of ancient Rome and the father of Livia Drusilla (Kasia Smutniak), who will go on to marry Augustus, the first Roman emperor, and serve as Empress through his long reign.

“Driven by a deep desire to avenge her father and secure power for her sons, Livia and her peers navigate their way through a brutal society by means of strategy, conspiracy, seduction and murder,” reads the official synopsis. “She will soon discover that seizing power is not enough: you must be able to keep it when everyone else wants it.”

There’s no release date for Domina as yet, but it sounds like a Game of Thrones veteran should have no problem with it.

Before House of the Dragon arrives, check out this detailed Targaryen family tree. dark. Next

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