Nikolaj Coster-Waldau is in dire straits on set of God Is A Bullet


What are the cast members of Game of Thrones up to a couple years out from the end of the show? Plenty. Here, we’ll show you, starting with pics that Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Jaime Lannister) posted from the set of his new project, God Is A Bullet:

Yeesh, Coster-Waldau’s character is clearly in for an intense time. He plays Bob Hightower (Westeros reference?), a small town cop whose daughter is kidnapped by a satanic cult in 1995. There’s no release date for the movie yet but things are looking good. It also stars Jamie Foxx and Maika Monroe.

Maisie Williams’ company Contact raises $1.9 million

Moving on, Maisie Williams (Arya Stark) and her boyfriend Reuben Selby are shilling for Fortnite in a cute video:

More substantively, Tech Crunch reports that Contact — a digital platform that aims to make it easier for creatives to book gigs and get paid created by — has raised $1.9 million in seed funding. The platform was founded by Selby, with Williams on board as an advisor.

Contact looks to cut out the middle man and help writers, directors, actors, models — basically anyone involved in a creative field — organize their work lives without having to wade through tons of agencies and employers who all use different methods. It feels like an idea whose time has come, and young creatives like Williams and Selby seem well-positioned to spearhead it.

Next, check out Gemma Whelan (Yara Greyjoy) in a new Doctor Who audio adventure! That’s her in the nun outfit below:

And here she is finally getting a quarantine haircut:

And finally, John Bradley (Samwell Tarly) takes his dad to a soccer game, or football, or whatever they call it over there, something he wasn’t sure would ever happen in these pandemic times:

Don’t you love a happy ending?

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