Oh, those wily Game of Thrones creators – always up to something. New Season 8 filming observations from the Spain set could place some unlikely characters arriving in King’s Landing, but there’s a good chance producers are trying to pull a fast one.
Now that Westworld Season 2 is officially under review, HBO is bringing the first episode descriptions online. Go on, try to make sense of such cryptic gems as “Is this now?” and “ショーグン・ワールドへようこそ,” we dare you.
We’ve come a long way from Game of Thrones keeping battles offscreen, but Season 8 is going all out. New set reports indicate the HBO drama more than doubled its shooting time for fan-favorites like “Battle of the Bastards,” and is only getting started.
The Night King’s army made one familiar addition in Season 7, and Game of Thrones may donate even more fresh meat next year. New set photos seem to suggest the Army of the Dead has some powerful – albeit unwilling – allies near and dear to Daenerys’ heart.
Hang on to your hats, because the Man in Black certainly didn’t. Our first formal poster for Westworld Season 2 teases an ominous end to Ed Harris’ anti-heroic gunslinger, while a new featurette takes us behind the scenes.
Westworld Season 2 may not play the same tricks, but new photos have us scratching our heads all the same. See some surprising character returns (and even a few fresh faces) in new photos from the long-awaited 2018 return, and get your conspiracy boards ready.
Game of Thrones is no Westworld, but we Westerosi can fall down conspiracy holes all the same. So it was with Ned Stark’s curiously inaudible last words from Season 1, which Sean Bean himself has finally put to rest.
HBO has a vast bottom line to pump millions into Game of Thrones, but even they have limits. Company heads admit that pricey purchases like a Game of Thrones spinoff or even Big Little Lies Season 2 have burned serious holes in their pockets.
Game of Thrones fans have at least another year before HBO brings the saga to a close, but the end has already come for many involved. Case in point, network bosses tease that a recent finale reading had cast member after cast member “falling down to their deaths.”
If the football game doesn’t look like anything to you, we have something that might. Return to Westworld as HBO drops the first official Season 2 trailer, chock-full of all the robot-on-human carnage you could ask for from the Super Bowl, along with an April premiere date.
Meryl Streep is coming for your Emmys next. Hollywood’s most beloved actress is officially headed to TV, as HBO’s Big Little Lies pours a little California wine into the Holy Grail of Season 2 castings.
Fans of Julia Louis-Dreyfus want the Emmy-winning actress in good health, and Veep isn’t taking any chances. The HBO comedy will officially postpone filming on the seventh and final season until Louis-Dreyfus has had time to recover from chemotherapy for her breast cancer, thereby placing a premiere in 2019.
If there’s one thing we agree on after seven Game of Thrones seasons, it’s that dragons remain as lifelike and awe-inspiring as ever. There may be a good, sexy reason for the former, as new insight from sound designer Paula Fairfield reveals that Drogon’s cries around Daenerys may have a more … uh, “sensual” source in nature.
HBO’s Westworld makes a point of what chaos it controls, but real-life wildfires fall outside that purview. The hotly-anticipated second season has briefly halted production once more, this time over safety concerns with the only wildfire in Rye, California.
It wasn’t long after Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ sixth Emmy victory lap that we learned troubling news of the Veep star’s breast cancer. Treatment has been progressing in good spirits, though executive producers have now confirmed that the seventh and final HBO season will put off filming to accommodate Louis-Dreyfus’ good health.
The entertainment world is understandably reevaluating partnerships with Louis C.K. in the wake of Thursday’s bombshell report. HBO has opted to remove the comedian from its upcoming autism benefit and streaming library, while FX is rethinking its own relationship with C.K.
You’d be hard-pressed to top the one-off, wine-soaked perfection of Big Little Lies, but HBO can’t help flying a little closer to that Monterey sun. A new report suggest Season 2 is officially a go, with production earmarked for 2018.
Game of Thrones will take more precaution than ever with the secrecy of its final episodes; apparently even from actors. If you believe star Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, the Game of Thrones cast won’t even receive Season 8 scripts before filming the actual scenes.