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Este personaje desaparecerá de Game of Thrones y tienes que saber de quién se trata

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Alerta spoiler! Repetimos ¡Alerta spoiler!

Aunque será hasta 2019 cuando oficialmente conozcamos el destino final de Jon Snow, Daenerys, los Lannister; Sansa y Aria Stark, de los Siete Reinos, y prácticamente de todos, la realidad es que alguien ya se ha anticipado a su desenlace.

Una serie como Game of Thrones está repleta muchos personajes que nunca dejan de ser relevantes. A algunos los conocimos en las primeras temporadas, después no supimos más de ellos, pero sabemos que regresarán (o algo así). ¿Alguien recuerda qué fue de Edmure Tullyel hermano de Catelyn, la matriarca de los Stark, fallecida en la sangrienta Boda Roja?

Edmure – interpretado en la pantalla por Tobias Menzies en la tercera y sexta temporada– fue traicionado por los Frey a minutos de haberse casado con una de las hijas del patriarca de esa familia, esto gracias a la manipulación ejercida por Jaime. Su última aparición fue en las celdas de Lord Frey, luego de que su tío, Black Fish, muriera en su intento por recuperar el castillo que perdió.

Y a pesar de que su sobrina, Arya, cobró venganza por la muerte de su hermano y madre a manos de Frey, nunca supimos si eso significó que Edmure fuera liberado.

«La respuesta más honesta es que no tengo ni idea. Obviamente debe estar en algún sitio en la cárcel, está por ahí en alguna parte. Son muy tacaños con la información (de la nueva temporada) y no he vuelto a saber nada de ellos (desde la séptima temporada)», contó Menzies a Digital Spy, lo cual supone que tal vez eso se quede como un misterio sin resolver. «Creo que tienen tantas historias que dejar atadas que no sé si será una historia a la que quieran volver», añadió.

Los hechos indican que efectivamente su presencia en la última temporada sea tan sólo en una mención. Primero, aún no le envían el guión. Segundo, el actor está sumamente ocupado con dos importantes proyectos: La serie El Terror sobre una expedición británica en el siglo XIX que desapareció misteriosamente; y la tercera temporada de The Crown, donde ya fue confirmado como el príncipe Felipe, relevando así a Matt Smith en el papel.

El tiempo corre y no es suficiente para que Tobias Menzies haga tanto en tan pocos meses, ¿cierto?

This article was originally published by: E! Online Latino

Internet enloqueció pensando que este comercial del Super Bowl confirma una vieja teoría de Game of Thrones

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Los fanáticos buscan respuestas donde sea posible.

El Super Bowl que se celebró este domingo tuvo su buena cuota de Game of Thrones gracias a la actuación de Peter Dinklage (Tyrion Lannister) en un divertido comercial de Doritos.

En el mismo, Dinklage rapea al ritmo de Look at Me Now de Busta Rhymesmientras es rodeado de un montón de llamas. Al final del comercial de los nuevos Doritos, el actor expulsa una pequeña llama de su boca, al mejor estilo de los dragones de Daenerys Targaryen, y ahí fue cuando los fanáticos del show de HBO perdieron el control.

Desde hace mucho existe una teoría que asegura que Tyrion podría ser en realidad un Targaryen, así que al verlo envuelto en llamas, muchos pensaron que esta podría ser una pista que confirma dicha historia.

¿Será este un inteligente guiño a la trama de GOT o solo fue una simple casualidad?

https://youtu.be/-XLkru5Nzd4

This article was originally published by: E! online latino

¡Se filtraron los guiones de Game Of Thrones! y no vas a creer quien muere…

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Lectura no apta para fanáticos extremos.

Fue un año lleno de grandes emociones. Y lo decimos específicamente por la 7ma temporada de Game Of Thrones.

La exitosa serie de HBO una vez más logró cautivar el gusto del público con una impactante serie de capítulo que lograron incrementar la ansiedad por la llegada de de la 8va y última temporada del show.

Cada dato, detalle o revelación es importante para la gran legión de fanáticos. Sin embargo, traemos uno que puede decepcionar a muchos…

Un usuario de Reddit publicó supuestos fragmentos del guión y ahí se revelaría que mueren dos de los personajes protagónicos.

El primer texto pertenecería al tercer capítulo, en el que supuestamente morirá Podrick Payne, interpretado por Daniel Portman. En cuanto al sexto y último capítulo, la página filtrada describe a Tyrion (Peter Dinklage) y Bronn (Jerome Flyn) paseando mientras este último maldice a Jaime Lannister (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) por «dejarse matar» antes de regalarle el castillo que le prometió.

Si estás respirando con dificultad podemos darte algo de tranquilidad al poner en duda la fuente de dicho perturbador dato, ya que no se ha confirmado por la producción que el guion se haya filtrado y solo podría tratarse de un rumor de internet.

Lo que no descartamos es que el final te haga llorar ríos…

Recientemente, Sophie Turner le reveló a The Hollywood Reporter todas las emociones que sintió al leer el último guión de Game of Thrones junto a Kit Harington y Maisie Williams.

«El día que tuvimos la última lectura del guion final fue realmente agridulce», recodó Turner. «Al final del último guion, leyeron todos en voz alta, ‘Final de Game of Thrones’. Tan pronto como lo hicieron, casi todo el mundo lloró. Hubo una ovación de pie para [los directores del show David Benioff y Dan Weiss]. Todos aplaudimos y gritamos. Fue maravilloso. Fue la primera vez que estuvieron allí todos y cada uno de los miembros del elenco para todos los episodios de la octava temporada».

This article was originally published by: E! Online Latino 

When Does «Game Of Thrones» Season 8 Premiere? — Everything We Know About The Final Season

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«Game of Thrones» season 7 is done and fans are now looking ahead to season 8. From spoilers to the episode count, here’s everything we know about the final season!

*Season 8 doesn’t have premiere date — yet. HBO has not revealed when the final season will air. Game of Thrones season 8 could air in 2018, but it could be pushed back to 2019. The air date depends on when the show starts filming the final episodes, how long the episodes are, and how much CGI is used. Those dragons take a long time to create! HBO programming president Casey Bloys told Entertainment Weekly in June 2017 that the network would have a better idea of when the final season of Game of Thrones would premiere once showrunners D.B. Weiss and David Benioff get “further into the writing.”

*The final season will be a “bloodbath.” Season 7 didn’t really feature a gut-wrenching death. Littlefinger’s death was immensely satisfying. Viewers haven’t really been devastated over character deaths since the Red Wedding. However, that’s going to change in season 8. Kit Harington, 30, told our sister site Deadline that fans should get ready because the show will be killing main characters off quickly in the final season. “They’re going to go, and they’re going to go fast, and I think that the payoff of our characters not being in great peril this year will be that, next year, it’s going to be a bloodbath,” Kit said.

*Jon Snow and Daenerys could end up being torn apart. The season 7 finale featured Jon Snow and Daenerys (Emilia Clarke) having sex for the first time after weeks of sexual tension building between them. The epic love scene was paired with Bran’s realization that Jon, being the legitimate son of Rhaegar Targaryen and Lyanna Stark, is the rightful heir to the Iron Throne, the one thing Daenerys has had her eye on since season one. “Just as we’re seeing these characters come together, we’re hearing the information that will inevitably, if not tear them apart, at least cause real problems in their relationship,” D.B. said in a post-episode featurette. “And she’s his aunt.”

*Season 8 will be an even shorter season than season 7. The final season of Game of Thrones will only be 6 episodes long. Sound designer Paula Fairfield told fans at Con of Thrones in July 2017 that the final episodes could be feature length. The season 7 finale was the show’s longest episode ever, with a 79-minute run time, so be prepared for longer episodes in the final season! There’s so much to cover!

This article was originally published by: Hollywood life 

Maisie Williams & Sophie Turner Do Hilarious Ned Stark Impressions as ‘Game of Thrones’ Finale Title Revealed

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Like father, like daughters!

Game of Thrones stars Maisie Williams and Sophie Turner took a drive together for Apple Music’s Carpool Karaoke series — premiering Tuesday at 9 p.m. ET —  where they traveled down memory lane to do hilarious impressions of Ned Stark (Sean Bean), the (VERY old spoiler alert) deceased father of their characters on the HBO fantasy series, Arya and Sansa Stark.

The two could barely contain their laughter as they played a game where they uttered famous pop culture phrases, such as The Lion King’s “Hakuna Matata” and Sir-Mix-a-Lot’s “Oh my god. Look at her butt,” as though they were a Stark, peering over the northern wall.

Watch the video below.

Clearly, the Stark blood runs through their veins.

** Warning: Spoilers from this point on.**

While it might be all fun and games in the real world, things are setting up for quite the clash on this Sunday’s Game of Thrones season finale, which HBO revealed is called “The Dragon and the Wolf,” and runs a series-record 79 minutes, 43 seconds. The previous record is held by last week’s episode, “Beyond the Wall.»

Given the title, we can imagine Dany’s two remaining dragons — and hopefully Jon’s direwolf, Ghost — will be major players to cap off a season that’s already had an abundance of fire-breathing fury. Besides the fact that Cersei Lannister will be coming into contact with Jon, her brother, Tyrion (Lord of Light help us with that one), and possibly Dany (though she’s not present in the meeting footage in the trailer), we also have the added anxiety of knowing that the Night King speared Dany’s poor dragon, Viserion, to death — only to bring him back as the White Walkers’ most terrifying zombie-fied creature yet.

Gulp. Game of Thrones’ midseason finale airs on Sunday on HBO.

Make sure you’re all caught up on the Battle for the Iron Throne by checking out Westeros Weekly, ET’s all-things-Thrones YouTube recap show with Leanne Aguilera and Ash Crossan.

This article was originally published by: ET

Game of Thrones: Dany and Jon Finally Meet But All Is Not Well in Westeros

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What a bunch of conflicted feelings we’re feeling right now.

Everything just went wrong tonight, in so many ways. Or it went right, if you’re rooting for the Lannisters and Rockstar Euron Greyjoy, which we have to admit we’re not.

Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen finally met, but it was at first not the cheerful converging of plot lines we’ve been dreaming of. Dany sat up there on her high horse of a throne, making Missandei recite an entire monologue of titles while all Davos could do was mumble, «This is Jon Snow…he’s king in the north.»

Dany went on and on about how she’s the rightful Queen and if Jon won’t kneel before her, what is he even doing here? Jon, meanwhile, had no reason to call Dany the queen, but did need her help in defeating the Night King. Dany was all «LOL zombies, I’ve got dragons, bitch.» (Basically.) It just didn’t go well in general.

Up next, we found out what became of the Greyjoys and Dornish. Theon was rescued, but Yara, Ellaria, and one of the sand snakes were captured by Euron and brought to Cersei as her gift, since Ellaria was the one who murdered Myrcella. Cersei took true joy in this gift, agreeing to marry Euron…eventually…and immediately putting Ellaria and her daughter in the dungeon, feeding poison to the daughter, and forcing Ellaria to sit and watch her die.

Then, she and Jaime went and had some gross sibling sex, and Cersei decided she no longer cared who saw them together, since she’s the queen, after all.

Back at Dragonstone, Tyrion played mediator between both Jon and Dany, and eventually got Dany on Jon’s side. She still plans to be queen of even the North, but she’ll allow Jon to mine the dragon glass and will provide him with any other resources he needs.

So that’s nice, at least.

At Winterfell, Sansa was being a serious boss, dealing with food shortages and unexpected visitors named Bran Stark!! She tried to tell him he was now Lord of Winterfell, but he explained that he couldn’t, because now he’s the Three Eyed Raven. After being completely freaked out by Bran’s knowledge of her nightmare wedding night, Sansa left him alone by the heart tree.

At the Citadel, Sam’s cure for Greyscale apparently worked, and Jorah was free to go. Sam, however, had to be chastised but also praised for disobeying the maester. He expected a reward for saving Jorah’s life, but instead he got to copy a bunch of parchments. Basically Sam cannot catch a break, but at least he didn’t do anything gross in this episode, so maybe he’s moving up in the world.

Back at Dragonstone, Dany was determined to take her dragons to destroy Euron’s fleet, but Tyrion had better ideas. Apparently, he had designed the Casterly Rock sewer system to make it possible for his prostitute friends to come in and out undetected, meaning the Unsullied had a way in. They got in, but discovered the Lannister army wasn’t even there.

aime had actually pulled a season 2 Robb Stark and marched his troops to Highgarden to defeat House Tyrell, purposely allowing the Unsullied to take Casterly Rock, knowing they wouldn’t be able to hold it. He met with Lady Olenna, who continued to be the best character on this show, speaking truths like «Cersei is a disease» ‘til the very end. Jaime gave her poison, and she drank it willingly.

Then, she dropped the bomb that it was she who killed Joffrey, and she wanted both Jaime and Cersei to know that fact.

Let this be our official petition to erect a statue of Olenna Tyrell literally anywhere there is room for a statue, because this woman managed to win and die at the same time, despite the fact that you can only either win or die on this show. We declare her Queen in our Hearts, and we’ll chant it for you if you wish.

Game of Thrones airs Sundays at 9 p.m. on HBO.

 This article was originally published by: E! News

Ed Sheeran to Guest Star on ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7

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Ed Sheeran is heading to Westeros! The British singer, 26, will guest star on season 7 of Game of Thrones, showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weissannounced at the South by Southwest Film Festival in Austin, Texas, on Sunday, March 12.

«We knew that Maisie [Williams]was a big fan of Ed Sheeran,» Benioff told the audience. «So, for years we tried to get Ed on the show so we could surprise Maisie, and we finally did it.»

Williams, who plays Arya Stark on the HBO fantasy drama, gushed, «Yes, it was very fun!»

The «Shape of You» singer has already been spending time with the cast. In his new cover story interview with Rolling Stone, he revealed that he recently entertained several young cast members from the series at his five-floor home in London. He also told the magazine that Game of Thrones is his favorite show.

This article originally appeared on US WEEKLY

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