Nathalie Emmanuel (Missandei) stars in new Christmas movie, and more stuff!

Sep 17, 2018; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Nathalie Emmanuel arrives for the 70th Emmy Awards at the Microsoft Theater. Mandatory Credit: Dan MacMedan-USA TODAY
Sep 17, 2018; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Nathalie Emmanuel arrives for the 70th Emmy Awards at the Microsoft Theater. Mandatory Credit: Dan MacMedan-USA TODAY /

If you’re looking for a brand-new Christmas movie to check out, look no further than Nathalie Emmanuel’s upcoming holiday flick Last Train to Christmas. Emmanuel, who played Missandei in Game of Thrones, is more than reason enough to check out this film, but add on Michael Sheen and Cary Elwes and you’ve got yourself the perfect trio.

Emmanuel posted a picture of herself and Sheen decked out in what appears to be ’80s style clothing and hairstyles. I’m not sure I realized how much I needed this vibe in my life, but I do. Just look at that hair!

Last Train to Christmas follows Tony Towers (Sheen), who embark on an unexpected journey through time as he boards a train during the holidays with his fiancé, Sue (Emmanuel). Along the way, he’ll come across versions of himself from the past and future.

I’m looking forward to checking this movie out; you can watch the trailer below! I’m just going to go out on a limb and say Nathalie Emmanuel has never looked better! You can watch it now on Sky.

Aidan Gillen remembers when Game of Thrones took off

And there’s plenty more going on among the Game of Thrones cast. For instance, check out this interview that Aidan Gillen (Littlefinger) did with The Irish Times. He remembered the moment the fandom around the show really took off.

“I suppose it was after what happened to Sean Bean’s character,” Gillen said, referring to Ned Stark’s death at the end of the first season. “That’s when you knew it had really taken off. People were just talking about it around the world.”

In particular, they were talking about it on social media, which is something Gillen avoids. Given the turn the chatter took after the final season, that might have been a good idea. “I stay away from it,” he said. “I don’t like it. I have a feeling for that world and I don’t like the way people behave on it. There’s no way I’m going to make myself available for people to f**king attack me. I’m just not interested.”

We don’t have to like this show or that movie, but we don’t need to attack those who were a part of it. Not cool, folks!

Pedro Pascal and the case of the recursive shirt

On a lighter note, Pedro Pascal (Oberyn Martell) posts a funny picture of him wearing a recursive shirt. He’s wearing a shirt bearing the image of Gabriel Boric, who is running for President in Chile, who himself is wearing a shirt that has a picture of Pascal, who is wearing a shift with Boric’s name on it. Trippy.

If you’re looking for some joy and happiness in your life, here’s a video of Emilia Clarke (Daenerys) promoting Clinique products as she continues to be an Ambassador for them:

Last but not least, here’s a picture of Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Jamie Lannister) in his new movie Against The Ice, which will have a special screening at the Berlin Film Festival this upcoming February. Coster-Waldau is a producer, writer, and actor in the film. It reunites with his Game of Thrones father Charles Dance (Tywin Lannister).

And that’s it for updates from the world of Game of Thrones alum. Check back with us for more and be sure to check out Nathalie Emmanuel’s new holiday movie!

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