Peter Dinklage sure makes it sound like Tyrion will die in ‘Game of Thrones’


Fellow watchers on the wall, we must now add one more beloved Game of Thrones character to the endless list of potential and devastating deaths in the upcoming final season.

And while just about every character should be on that list, the Emmy-award winning Peter Dinklage just added fuel to the fire in support of Tyrion Lannister not making the much shorter list of survivors from the battles to come.

In a recent and rare interview with Vulture to promote his starring role in the new HBO film My Dinner with Hervé, Dinklage did what his character does best: delivered some foreboding yet wise words on the bleak future that lies ahead. Read more…

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Game of Thrones Deployed a ‘Thing That Kills Drones’ to Save You From Spoilers. What Is That?

Sounds like the Game of Thrones crew is absolutely willing to go to extreme measures to prevent season 8 spoilers.

According to Sophie Turner—who plays Sansa Stark on the HBO drama—the production team deployed “drone killers” to disable any camera drones attempting to capture footage of the show’s sets during filming for the final season.

“If a drone flies above sets, there’s a thing that can kill the drones, which is really cool,” she told Entertainment Weekly during an appearance at New York Comic-Con. “It creates a field around it and the drones just drop. It’s very X-Men.

However, these so-called “drone killers” are special electronic devices that are typically used by police to force drones to the ground in the event of an emergency, not keep fans from learning the fate of Jon Snow.

“The purpose is primarily for emergency situations,” Oceanside police Lt. Aaron Doyle told the Los Angeles Times. “It won’t be used when someone complains about a neighbor flying a drone. It’s pretty much for a life-or-death situation, to save lives.”

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Peter Dinklage praises ‘beautiful’ Game of Thrones ending

OHMYGOSSIP — Peter Dinklage thinks his ‘Game of Thrones’ alter ego has a “beautiful” ending.
The 49-year-old actor has wrapped shooting his scenes as Tyrion Lannister for the final season of the HBO drama and he has praised showrunners David Benioff and D. B. Weiss for the “brilliant” final episodes of the fantasy saga, as he’s particularly satisfied with the final storylines he was given as the Hand of the Queen.
He told ‘Entertainment Tonight’: “There are no better writers in television than [showrunners] Dan Weiss and David Benioff. They ended it brilliantly. Better than I could have imagined and you people are in for it.
“It ends beautifully for my character whether it be tragic or not.”
Peter recently admitted he had found it hard to say goodbye to the show because he had “developed deep roots” in many of the areas he shot the drama in because it was so far away from the home he shares with wife Erica Schmidt and their two children.
He said last month: “I had my last day on set in July, just over two months ago now and it was very sad.
“This is not only a great TV show to be a part of, but it was an enormous family to be a part of.
“I’m sure you’ve heard that before from actors but in this case I was far from home, I live in New York and we shot the show in Europe, so many times I had to stay there and couldn’t go home on the weekends and I really developed deep roots in the community of Ireland and some of the other countries we shot in.
“It was definitely hard to say goodbye, because it wasn’t just saying goodbye to the show, I was saying goodbye to a life over there.”

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Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner turns heads as she struts through Paris in a low cut blazer

GAME Of Thrones star Sophie Turner goes out for a fancy lunch in a blazer glory.

The glamorous English actress, 22, went braless underneath a plunging jacket in Paris.

Sophie, who plays Sansa Stark, right, in the epic TV series, was joined on Monday by fiance Joe Jonas, 29, at posh restaurant L’Avenue.

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Sophie Turner plays the iconic Sansa Stark in Game of Thrones

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How to Watch the Chiefs vs. Broncos ‘Monday Night Football’ Game Online for Free Tonight

The “Monday Night Football” game tonight is a classic division rivalry: Kansas City Chiefs vs. Denver Broncos.

Kickoff for the Chiefs-Broncos is scheduled for 8:15 p.m. ET, and if you are interested in the “Monday Night Football” betting odds, the undefeated (3-0) Chiefs are 4.5-point favorites to beat the 2-1 Broncos. Like all other “Monday Night Football” games during the 2018 NFL season, tonight’s Chiefs vs. Broncos game is being broadcast on ESPN.

To watch “Monday Night Football” on TV, simply locate ESPN and tune in. To do so, of course, you’ll have to be a subscriber to a satellite, cable TV, or other package that includes ESPN.

If you don’t have cable, there are still ways to watch “Monday Night Football” on TV or live stream the Chiefs vs. Broncos game tonight for free. Here are all the details.

How to Live Stream the Chiefs vs. Broncos Game for Free

If you’re content to live stream NFL games on your phone, simply download the latest version of either the NFL App and the Yahoo Sports app. Both will let you you watch the following games online: You can live stream NFL games being broadcast locally on Fox and CBS on Sunday afternoons, and you can live stream nationally televised primetime games, including ESPN’s “Monday Night Football,” NBC’s “Sunday Night Football,” and Fox and the NFL Network’s “Thursday Night Football.”

The apps are free to download, and you can live stream “Monday Night Football” and all of the games highlighted above for free throughout the 2018 NFL season. Note, however, that the apps cannot be used for live streaming to connected TVs or any screens larger than your phone.

If you want to watch NFL games online for free on a TV or larger screen, read below.

How to Watch ‘Monday Night Football’ Online for Free

As we’ve reported in previous stories on how to watch “Monday Night Football,” one way to watch NFL game online for free is by way of a free trial of a streaming TV service. Streaming TV services such as Hulu Live, DirecTV Now, PlayStation Vue, Sling TV, and YouTube TV all have packages that include ESPN, and they all have free trial periods lasting five to seven days for new subscribers.

To watch the Chiefs-Broncos game online for free then, you could register as a new subscriber and live stream the game tonight on a laptop, tablet, TV, or any other preferred screen.

The free trial will allow you to watch ESPN online for free tonight, and give you a few more days to test out the service before you are charged. If you don’t want to become a paying subscriber, you must remember to cancel before the trial period ends. If you don’t cancel in time, you’ll be charged the first month of the service. Packages start at $ 25 to $ 45 per month.

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Sophie Turner thinks Game of Thrones fans ‘will be disappointed’ or ‘over the moon’ about the finale

‘I think it will be really interesting to see people’s reactions, but for me reading the script it was just like heartbreaking.’

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Any Game of Thrones fan by now will know that the HBO fantasy will never give you what you want. A happy family unit? For a few episodes, then your wife and kids will be forced to watch your public execution. True love? Sure, for a second, before somebody murders your pregnant wife in front of you in cold blood. And now that the series is drawing to an end, apparently the show’s grand finale is going to be a divisive one too and GoT’s Sophie Turner thinks it’s not going to please anyone.

Sophie Turner, who plays Sansa Stark, spoke to IGN about the anticipated final series next year and was pressed on the end of the entire show. She said, ‘I think a lot of fans will be disappointed and a lot of fans will be over the moon.’

There’s a lot to unpack here. You can take this a few ways: does this mean we’ll get a miserable ending that makes total sense for Game of Thrones, but keeps all our favourite characters from true happiness?

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Or, does this mean that we’ll get a happy ending that would make no sense because joy and closure are things that don’t exist in Westeros? If we were betting people, we’d put our money on the first TBH – especially after what she said next.

Sophie said there were ‘a lot of tears’ and continued, ‘I think it will be really interesting to see people’s reactions, but for me reading the script it was just like heartbreaking.’

Okay, now we’re really worried. Heartbreaking?! We had steeled ourselves for the death of at least one of our favourite characters, but now we’re prepping to have joint memorial services for everyone in the show.

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Even if she thinks the ending will be divisive, Sophie’s pretty happy with the way it all turned out. She said, ‘As an actor it was really satisfying. I think for everyone, everyone’s storylines — to be able to act out the way that it all ends. It was really satisfying for us. Who knows if it will be satisfying for the fans.’

Well, there’s only one way to find out and it’s a long, hard few months away. The next and final seven-episode series of Game of Thrones is set to drop next year, though no exact release date has been announced yet. We know that the show’s motto is Valar Morghulis, a.k.a. ‘All men must die’, but we really hope they don’t double down on that in 2019.

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