The third episode, and season finale, of School of Thrones is here!
It’s Sunday so that means the latest episode of School of Thrones is available for your viewing pleasure!
Anyone else think the actor portraying Mr. Baelish in this episode sounds and looks A LOT like Lord Baelish from the actual tv series?!
If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to see your favorite Game of Thrones characters in high school, you will want to watch this! School of Thrones is a new, weekly show airing on YouTube. Check out the first episode now and come back next week for episode two!
If you haven’t heard of Lindsey Stirling before, she’s a violinist who does choreographed performances of some really cool things. In this case, she put on a white-haired wig and played like Daenerys Targaryen, stringing Ramin Djawadi’s Game of Thrones theme in the Red Waste!
We actually think she could really pass for Ygritte the wildling if she had red hair in real life. Do any of you see the resemblance to Rosa Leslie, who plays Ygritte? Maybe we’re crazy for thinking that!
Season 2 is looking pretty extraordinary, and that means everything will be in grand scale — including weapons. More characters, more lands, more fighting, means more weapons to fight with.
This video comes courtesy of the fantastic site, winteriscoming.net:
We’ve recently become familiar with a truly phenomenal site called DarkHorizons.com, which we should have known about before considering their reputation in the web community.
They have some fabulous Game of Thrones stuff we encourage you to look at, in addition to plenty of other great news across many fandoms. This weekend, their lead writer (Garth Franklin) put together a nice little commentary on the new Thrones trailer:
EW has posted another new trailer for “Game of Thrones” which apparently marks the first time HBO has licensed an indie pop song to market the big-budget fantasy series.
The song in question, Florence and the Machine’s “Seven Devils”, proves quite fitting for the new trailer which includes some sweet landscape shots of locations like Winterfell (actually shot in Ireland) and areas North of the Wall (Iceland).
To read the rest of the DarkHorizons article, go HERE!
Here’s the full “Seven Devils” song from Florence and The Machine if you’re interested. It’s quite good: