Season 2 thoughts

Greetings fellow lords and ladies. 🙂

Today I’m in school, not working on my project. Instead I’m reading GRRM’s blog (called Not A Blog) Here’s the link for anyone who wants it: http://grrm.livejournal.com/

Well, I’m VERY looking forward to 6 march, when I’ll be getting my pre-ordered Season 1 of Game of Thrones. But even more I’m dying for it to be 1 april, when the Season 2 is gong to be out on HBO! I’ve seen all these “In production” and trailers, teasers and fanmade trailers at least fifteen times each! And the song I shared in my last entry is being played 24/7. And Season 2 is not even my favorite of the books! I live A Feast for Crows (the fourth) the most.

And I’m not going to spoil anything by telling why, but I really want to… XD

Well, anyway. Anyone missed that a “Camelot”-leftover is going to be playing Davos Seaworth in Season 2? His name’s Liam Cunningham. Personally, I don’t think this is a very good casting, I don’t like the idea of someone from that disaster of a series is going to be cast for one of the roles in the MOST AWESOME series EVER. I just don’t like it.

Though Davos Seaworth is my absolute least favorite character,  I thinks it’s the only one I don’t like actually.

SPOILER!!! DO NOT READ ON IF YOU HAVE NOT READ… THE SECOND BOOK!

Though I do like that Stannis has cut of some of his fingers. I can’t remember how many it was… Two or three? I think it cute that he has them around his neck in a small pouch. 😉

But enough from me today, my teacher will be checking in soon too I guess. Bye my fellow Asoiaf/GoT-addicts.

/Ida

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2 responses to “Season 2 thoughts

  1. I think this is a very unfair assumption of Liam Cunningham. Have you seen him in anything other than Camelot? Perhaps you saw him in Hunger in which he got fantastic critical acclaim, most notably for the 23 minute scene, all dialogue and action done in one take? He is one of the most underrated actors of his generation, perhaps you should see more of his work before making these statements.

    • Well, no I haven’t seen him in anything else. And I’m not saying he’s a bad actor, I’m just saying I don’t like that he plays in Camelot. Because that is an awful TV-series.

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