Game of Thrones Season 4 Recasts

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.

This comes just after the news that Michael Huisman’s mystery role is also a recast— He’ll be taking over the role of Daario Naharis, originally portrayed by Ed Skrein.



First look at two pivotal Thrones Characters

Filming on the Ouarzazate, Morocco, set for the third season of HBO’s hit fantasy seriesGame of Thrones is going full steam ahead and we’ve got our very first look at Daenerys’ (Emilia Clarke) paramour, Daario Naharis, played by Ed Skrein in his full regalia as well as Nathalie Emmanuel as Missandei.

The pictures come courtesy of Swedish kickboxer Rickard Nordstrand’s twitter account who plays one of the Unsullied. Not only do we have Daario and Missandei but we also have Emilia Clarke as Daenerys and Iain Glenn as Ser Jorah Mormont.



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Remember that we previously posted some pictures from the Moroccan set, you can see it HERE.

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Daario Naharis, Grey Worm cast for next season of “Game of Thrones”

Here’s some season three casting updates  for you! Ed Skrein will play Stormcrow captain Daario Naharis and Jacob Anderson is slated to play Grey Worm in the upcoming season of Game of Thrones. See below for more details!

Game of Thrones has cast an actor to play Daario Naharis, the charming and brutal captain of a mercenary company of soldiers called the Stormcrows. Daario meets Daenerys Targaryen in season three.
Newcomer Ed Skrein will play Daario. According to IMDB, he’s a musician and actor who recently broke into the British film scene.

Thrones also cast Grey Worm, the leader of a group of eunuch slave soldiers called the Unsullied. He’ll be played by young British actor Jacob Anderson.

For complete story visit EW!