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HP GOT INTERSECTION! Previous two series of GoT features nine actors from the Harry Potter film series: Bronson Webb (Will) - unnamed Slytherin student in the third film; Natalia Tena (Osha) played Nymphadora Tonks; David Bradley (Lord Walder Frey) played Argus Filch; Julian Glover (Grand Maester Pycelle) voiced Aragog; Ciarán Hinds (Mance Rayder) played Aberforth Dumbledore; Ralph Ineson(Dagmer Cleftjaw) played Amycus Carrow; Edward Tudor-Pole (Protestor at Kings Landing) played Mr. Borgin Ian Whyte (Gregor Clegane) - Madame Maxime in full-body shots. Who is the ninth one?
MASTERCARD/VISA? The official words of House Lannister "Hear Me Roar!" are seldom mentioned. Their unofficial motto "A Lannister always pays his debts" is often used, in another context, meaning that Lannisters always repay _____________ with _____________
REVOLUTION – WHAT! What does the inscriptions on revolving rings in the opening pictures of an episode signify? VIDEO
watch video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s7L2PVdrb_8
the revolving metal rings show part of the history ofWesteros. It begins with the conquest of Westerosby Aegon the Conqueror of HouseTargaryen, followed by Roberts Rebellion (wherethe Targaryens are deposed), and ending with thecrowning of Robert Baratheon as King of theSeven Kingdoms
444 – IS THAT SATAN’S NO. TOO? This table shows the frequency of mentions of following characters in George R R Martin’s Game of Thrones. Guess X. # of mentions Character 640 Eddard Stark 444 X 396 Catelyn Stark
ADD + SUBSTRACT = + This Game of Thrones ad in New York Times, not only got fans revved up for the show, it also had numerous blog posts to its claim within mere hours of publish. One such blog says - "This has been some of HBO’s finest advertising work in the thirty- plus years the network has existed.“ What advertisement are we talking about?
NSFW | ETYMOLOGY The video to follow has a scene that introduced a term which is a portmanteau. The critic who coined the term used it to imply something particular to scene, but virality of the word ensured it to not retain its original meaning and the term is now generally being used for any sex scene. What is the term? and What does it mean?
Video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s7L2PVdrb_8
Sexposition;portmanteau for Sex + Exposition and itrefers to the use of sexual scenes todeliver information to the viewer aboutthe backstory and charactermotivations
WOO HA, ERR WOO HO! Why Jon Snow’s second name is Snow? Why particularly Snow when his father’s second name is Stark.
Because he is bastard from the North, the bastards fromother regions have these second names- Waters for King’s Landing and Dragonstone, Snow for the North, Pyke for the Iron Islands, Rivers for the Riverlands, Stone for the Vale, Hill for the Westerlands, Flowers for the Reach, Storm for the Stormlands and Sand for Dorne
7even vowsMarriage scene on HBO for the Faith of the Seven:Septon: ”In the sight of the Seven,I hereby seal these two souls,binding them as one for eternity.”*ribbon tying* “Look upon one another, and say the words.”Married couple: Father. Smith. Warrior. Mother.Maiden. Crone. X.I am hers/his, and she/he is mine, from this day, until the end of my days.What is X?