Game of Thrones SN7 Plot Leaked

Game of Thrones Season 7 MAJOR PLOT SPOILERS

Valar morghulis! It should be pretty obvious with the title, but here’s your final warning: MAJOR spoilers for HBO‘sGame of Thrones ahead. In my last Game of Thrones article, I showed you pictures and a video from the set in Spain where we could clearly see Jon and Daenerys meeting. A few weeks before that, many of us read a GoT plot posted by Reddit user awayforthelads, who has since deleted his account. The plot leak has recently gained some credit, as arising images from the sets have corresponded with it. Fortunately for you, we have the plot leak ready for you to read.

Episode 1: Dany goes to Dragonstone, summoning some Lords to bend the knee, including the Tarlys. She burns them when they don’t. Varys and Tyrion worry about her turning into the Mad Queen. Bran crosses the Wall. The Lannisters with the…

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Game of Thrones casts Angela Lansbury for Season 7

Maester she wrote, maester she wrote ♫

It’s no secret that HBO‘s Game of Thrones is known to cast the most talented individuals —old and young. So it should be no surprise that HBO has casted another great to its ranks, Angela Lansbury, after casting Jim Broadbent.

Lansbury is rumoured to be guest starring in two episodes of the upcoming Season 7, which will premiere next summer. HBO has yet to officially confirm this rumour, but the actress will reportedly be on set for four days.

So who is Angela Lansbury and why is she joining the brilliant cast of Game of Thrones? Lansbury has won an Academy Award, six Golden Globes, a BAFTA, a PCA, a Star on the Walk of Fame and 16 other awards.

At the age of 91 this year, she is an English-Irish-American actress, who has worked in theatre, television and film. Her career has lasted more than seven…

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Jim Broadbent cast in Game of Thrones Season 7

Professor Slughorn joining GoT? Aweeesome!!

British actor Jim Broadbent has joined the cast of Game of Thrones in Season 7. Although it is unclear what role Broadbent will partake, many have speculated that since Ramsay Bolton and Walder Frey both died in Season 6, Broadbent is likely to play a villain. Perhaps he will be the Lord of an important House we have yet to encounter, who will wage war against House Stark‘s hold in the North. Or perhaps he won’t be a villain at all… Perhaps he will be in the Citadel, a fellow Maester, training Samwell Tarly. There’s also a third speculation. Broadbent could be a miracle cure creator, the same man who healed Shireen Baratheon‘s greyscale, who will now heal Jorah Mormont‘s greyscale.

So who is Jim Broadbent and why does he get such a significant role in Season 7? Broadbent has won an Oscar, two BAFTA…

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Pretty Little Liars is ending

There’s no mistake in that title. Freeform’s Pretty Little Liars is coming to an end. Karey Burke, executive vice president of programming and development at Freeform, said in an interview that ending the show after the seventh season was always the official game plan.

The cast of Pretty Little Liars with it’s creator Marlene King

Marlene King (creator of PLL) joined stars Troian Bellisario, Ashley Benson, Lucy Hale, Shay Mitchell and Sasha Pieterse to announce the news on August 29th; video below.

The second half of Season 7 will start April 2017, ending with an epic two hour season finale.


What do you think liars? Are you happy the show is finally ending? Sad to see it go? Personally, I stopped watching…

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Game of Thrones SN6 E10 – ‘The Winds of Winter’

Welcome back Faith Militants, to your weekly review of Game of Thrones. The episode I shall be recapping is episode 10 of season 6 — ‘The Winds of Winter.’ This episode is actually the longest in GoT‘s history, with a run time of 69 minutes, and a whole dragon’s worth of deaths.


King’s Landing

Cersei, Tommen, the High Sparrow, Margaery, and Pycelle all dress for the trial ahead, mirroring preparation for battle. Cersei in particular is dressing in attire unusual for her, a black leather dress with a chain from shoulder to shoulder. Cersei is going to war. Tommen finishes getting ready and prepares to leave his chambers, but the Mountain does not let him through the door. The trial in Baelor’s Sept commences for Loras Tyrell, and he confesses he is guilty of sleeping with Renly Baratheon, amongst other offences.

His atonement is to join the Faith Militant, which he…

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Game of Thrones SN6 E9 – ‘Battle of the Bastards’

Welcome back Knights of the Vale, to your weekly review of Game of Thrones. The episode I shall be recapping is episode 9 of season 6 — ‘Battle of the Bastards,’ which just happened to be on Father’s Day. Nice one HBO. Let’s get started!


Meereen 

Daenerys argues with Tyrion about how to deal with those attacking Meereen. Tyrion thinks that Meereen is under attack because it is seen as a threat as long as it has no Master(s). Daenerys says that she’s glad that it’s seen this way, as we all know she doesn’t approve of slavery. She believes in a different method of “negotiating”… killing all those who oppose her. On a stretch of land overlooking Meereen, Daenerys along with her trusted advisers and small group of Unsullied meet with the three Masters leading the attack. They seem to think that she is here to negotiate the terms of her surrender, but she quickly…

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Predictions: Game of Thrones SN6 E9 – ‘Battle of the Bastards’

Tonight’s upcoming episode of Game of Thrones is bound to be intense. As the episode’s name suggests, we will witness the ultimate battle between Jon Snow’s army and the Bolton army. With perhaps a surprise from a House you may have forgotten exists: House Reed.

Jon Snow’s army is really small in comparison to the Bolton army. They are outmanned even taking into account the giant Wun Wun. Bolton’s men are trained to use the phalanx formation —think Spartan formation with shields and long spears. We see Tormund and other wildlings have no idea how to counteract this strategic method of fighting once they reach the front line, since Wildlings attack in a surge of strength. That’s just the front line though. It’s followed by lines and lines of archers, pikemen, and mounted soldiers. Despite these odds, we know Sansa wrote to a House. House Reed swore fealty to House Stark…

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Game of Thrones Sigil Cupcakes

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It’s no secret that I have about 300 fandoms too many. Ever since I was three years old I’ve had my head in a book. Novels have always been a favourite form of escapism: if I don’t have a book on the go I feel completely lost. Every so often a gripping story comes along that spirals quickly into an obsession. An obsession I feel the need to talk about. Constantly. A Song of Ice and Fire, better known as Game of Thrones, is one such obsession.

My other half isn’t so big on reading. Mostly he feels like he doesn’t have enough time to read and never gets around to it. I know dragging him into my favourite worlds via the written word is a lost cause, so when a great adaptation comes along there is much prodding and poking to get involved. He’s endlessly lovely about it, so he always…

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Resident Evil 7: Biohazard

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Capcom announced a whole new Resident Evil experience at E3 yesterday. I just watched the trailer and the game looks simply amazing. The graphics look great and the ambiance is beyond creepy, which is to be expected from one of the most famous horror game series ever. The developers are saying that Resident Evil 7 should be more horrifying than ever, here’s a statement from the Capcom blog:”No Resident Evil you’ve ever survived could prepare you for this”. What’s more the game will be fully compatible with Playstation VR, I can only imagine how much more scary the game will be with the VR.

Here are some clips from the Capcom blog I thought you might be interested in:”While Resident Evil 7 draws from the series’ roots of atmospheric survival horror, it also delivers a whole new level of terror. In the classic Resident Evil games of yesteryear, players braced…

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Game Of Thrones SN6 E8 – ‘No One’

Welcome back Meereenese, to your weekly review of Game of Thrones. The episode I shall be recapping is episode 8 of season 6 — ‘No One.’ Let’s get started!


Riverlands

While some of the Brotherhood Without Banners members are fooling around, Sandor finds them and brutally kills them with his axe. He continues searching for their leader, and ends up coming across Beric Dondarrion and Thoros of Myr, who found the remaining responsible men first. Sandor bargains with Beric and Thoros to be allowed to kill two of the men, which they finally allow him to do —but only by hanging them. Afterwards they sit around a campfire, and Beric and Thoros try to recruit Sandor to join the Brotherhood in heading North to fight the White Walkers, claiming that the Lord of Light gifted Sandor with such a talent for violence for a reason.

Riverrun

Brienne and Podrick arrive at Riverrun where…

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