Maisie Williams debuts severe new hair style, and more celebrity stuff

Image: Game of Thrones/HBO
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The Game of Thrones prequel series House of the Dragon is almost here, but we still have a bit of time before the last crop of actors to visit Westeros hands the torch over to the next. What is that are up to?

Let’s start with Maisie Williams, who played Arya Stark for eight years on Game of Thrones (and may return if that Jon Snow sequel show gets off the ground; anything could happen). The actor recently revealed an extremely close-cropped haircut on Instagram:

As someone who shaved their head in high school for swim team, I can confirm that it is a rush to be able to just wash your head with normal soap. Minutes shaved off your shower time! I wonder if the haircut is for a movie or something.

Sticking with the Stark sisters, Digital Spy reports that Sophie Turner (Sansa) has joined the cast of the thriller Come As You Are, about a young woman who’s life begins to unravel when her social media career exposes her to some of the darkest corners of society. Spent an hour or so on Twitter and you’ll get the idea.

Gwendoline Christie steps out on the red carpet for The Sandman

Moving on, Gwendoline Christie (Brienne of Tarth) is playing against type with a role as Lucifer in the new Netflix fantasy show The Sandman. As usual, she cuts a memorable figure on the red carpet:

The Sandman is streaming on Netflix right now. It’s really good. Please watch it so I can see more.

And finally, although Grey Worm may have helped sack the city of King’s Landing after the murder of Missandei, in real life, actors Jacob Anderson and Nathalie Emmanuel are both doing well and running into each other on public transportation:

Don’t you love a happy ending?

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