The cast of Game of Thrones will once again be coming to San Diego Comic Con, HBO confirmed today.
A panel has been announced for July 10th in Hall H at 2:30P.M.. It’ll be moderated by late-night host and show fan Seth Meyers.
The panelists will include Game of Thrones executive producer Carolyn Strauss, episode director David Nutter and cast members Alfie Allen, John Bradley, Gwendoline Christie, Liam Cunningham, Natalie Dormer, Conleth Hill, Hannah Murray, Sophie Turner, Carice van Houten and Maisie Williams.
There will be autograph signings afterward at 4:15 p.m.
There is a Star Wars panel and Mockingjay 2 panel so I’m hoping she’ll on those panels as well. I’ll post news when I find it!
I’ve found a couple of photos of Gwendoline from the Game of Thrones Press Conference thanks to IHeartJake. I don’t know why there were only 2 of her but hopefully I’ll find more.
A fan question from Sky Atlantic’s FB page to Gwendoline.
Thanks to Kikky I have been able to upgrade the MQ photos from the UK Premiere After Party to HQ. There are 85 HQ photos from the Premiere Red Carpet and 42 from the After Party. I’ll bring you more from San Francisco premiere on Tuesday!
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By Juan Barquin
Tue., Apr. 15 2014
|Pedro Pascal and Gwendoline Christie.|
To say people are excited about the return of Game of Thrones is an understatement. More viewers are tuning in to watch the HBO series than ever before. The promise of another colorful wedding is only part of the appeal; the furthering of unexpected relationships and the welcome presence of characters both old and new give the season an interesting kickoff. I’m a fan of both the A Song of Ice and Fire books and the television series, so the chance to interview the actors behind two of the series’ most interesting characters was sent from whatever heaven in which a good portion of the Stark clan now rests.
Those characters are Brienne of Tarth and Oberyn Martell, better known as the Red Viper. Stepping out of their roles and elaborate costumes, Gwendoline Christie and Pedro Pascal prove to be infinitely more delightful than their characters. That fact made it a whole lot easier to spend some time nerding out with them.
“All I did was nerd out until I realized I had to concentrate and play a part,” admits Pascal, who joined the show this season. Long before he joined the cast, right after Tom DiCillo’s Living in Oblivion was released in 1995, Pascal approached Peter Dinklage on the street.
“I can tell you exactly what street it was — it’s so creepy,” he laughs. “I told him how much I loved his performance in that, and years later, now I get to act with him.” Pascal still hasn’t revealed that story to his costar.
Also an immense fan of the show, Christie was especially in love with the books.
“It surpassed all my expectations, and I thought they were some of the most unconventional narratives I’d ever come across,” she says. She was most interested in the women of the novels, especially that of her character, Brienne. Asked how often a role like that comes along, she says, “I wish I could say regularly. It’s rare, but it’s encouraging to me that a part like this, that so many of the female characters on the show, have proved to be so popular.”
They’re not only popular but also defiant to gender stereotypes. But where many viewers see Brienne as a mere knight, Christie sees far more.
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