You can now watch the full Game of Thrones panel from San Diego Comic Con 2013!
The panel features David Benioff, D.B. Weiss, George R. R. Martin, Emilia Clarke, Kit Harrington, Michelle Fairley, Peter Dinklage, Rose Leslie, Richard Madden, and John Bradley with a special appearance by Jason Momoa.
The Unsullied appeared in probably what was one of the more memorable, and talked about, scenes from last night’s episode. If you watched you definitely know what scene I’m referring to. For a closer look at how Daenerys’ encounter with this group of warriors was created for the show, check out the latest “Anatomy of a Scene” video!
Check out these new set of portraits promoting the third season of Game of Thrones. There’s definitely a strong focus on Daenerys Targaryen and Jon Snow, which makes sense as they are two of the best loved characters from the series. Not to mention they look gorgeous in these portraits, as do Robb Stark and Ygritte, of course! You can find these and more in the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly which is chock-full of Game of Thrones goodness!
It might seem hard to believe that the actress who plays the impossible-to-miss Daenerys Targaryen would herself be recognized by only die-hard fans, but according to Emilia Clarke, that’s exactly the way it is. She recently shared this and more in an interview with GQ.
“It takes a die-hard fan to actually spot me. These HBO events, where I’ll be talking to someone for a fair amount of time, and then suddenly they’re like, Oh shit! That’s what you do!—they think I’m some crazy Brit who snuck her way into a Hollywood party.” Which sounds like a nice deal for a suddenly very famous young actress—to hide in plain sight. But in Morocco, where Dany’s season-three scenes were shot over six weeks last summer, might it have been tempting to stay in character sometimes? “I keep asking to go out with the wig at night, but they insist there’s no way. They won’t let me go partying with it on! I would be killed on the spot,” she says. “It’s silly to say, but when I take the wig off at the end of the day, I’m rather disappointed when I look in the mirror.”