So, who would like to roast King Joffrey Baratheon? I’m sure there’s at least 1 or 2 of you that has a joke they can share. Don’t worry, Joffrey won’t kill you, especially if you’re hiding behind his Uncle Tyrion. So, share your jokes and roast away at #RoastJoffrey.
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Actor Jack Gleeson, who plays the super twistedly evil and bratty King Joffrey Baratheon in Game of Thrones, may have you scratching your head, wondering if this is really the same guy who plays such a horrifying character. And rare is the times when he is open to an interview to answer questions about the show, his character, and himself.
So, check out the video and watch the delightful Jack Gleeson NOT be Joffrey during.
Game of Thrones star Jack Gleeson joined UCD’s Q-Soc for an exhaustive interview / Q+A covering his career as a child in Batman Begins to life on the set of Game of Thrones, playing the villainous King Joffrey Baratheon and writing and performing with own theatre group, Collapsing Horse Theatre Company.
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A few months ago it was announced that Mark Gatiss, known for his role on Sherlock, was added to the cast of Game of Thrones, but up until now who he was playing was a mystery. Thanks to WinterIsComing.net who discovered that Gatiss’ CV online lists the name of the his Thrones character– Tycho Nestoris.
For those of you who have not read the books, you can find out more about Tycho Nestoris here.
Is the third time really a charm?
Game of Thrones, has recast Ser Gregor Clegane aka The Mountain That Rides, for the THIRD time. The character now be portrayed by Icelandic athlete Hafthor “Thor” Julius Bjornsson:
Ser Gregor was originally played by Conan Stevens in Season One, who was later replaced by Ian Whyte in Season Two. The character was kept out of Season 3 completely.
Entertainment Weekly interviewed the cast of Game of Thrones during San Diego Comic-Con back in July, and it was posted some weeks ago, but if you haven’t seen it, now’s your chance to do so!