Game of Thrones stars share vacation messages, Pedro Pascal takes us behind the scenes of Wonder Woman 1984, Gwendoline Christie reads Neil Gaiman, and extra!
Game of Thrones stars took to social media over the weekend to share their vacation cheer, and we’re right here for it, beginning with Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson’s cute picture exhibiting off the most recent addition to his household:
Who knew the Mountain would in the future have us all in our emotions?
John Bradley (Samwell Tarly) wished everybody a Merry Christmas alongside his buddy Snowy, with a reminder that whereas the vacations are a bit totally different this 12 months, there’s at all times hope for subsequent 12 months!
Liam Cunningham (Davos Seaworth) additionally unfold vacation cheer on Christmas Day:
Game of Thrones alum Pedro Pascal (Oberyn Martell) had one thing kind of necessary occur over Christmas Day: Wonder Woman 1984 got here out on HBO Max and in theaters, and we obtained to see him as villain Maxwell Lord! Pascal shared some behind-the-scenes photos on his Instagram (click on over) and talked about how a lot he misses the wonderful forged and crew.
Is it simply me or do the colourful, neon colours related to this Wonder Woman film at all times put a smile in your face?
Along with Wonder Woman: 1984, Pascal had one other little aspect challenge occurring this 12 months: The Mandalorian season 2, which aired its epic finale simply a few weeks in the past. In the times since, followers have been incessantly speaking about what comes subsequent for Din Djarin. Pascal is as large a fan as anybody, and even picked up the final copy of The Mandalorian artwork guide at this bookstore:
Gwendoline Christie (Brienne of Tarth) has additionally been preserving busy recently, and just lately lent her voice to a vacation radio adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s The Sleeper and the Spindle which aired on BBC Radio 4 on Boxing Day (December 26). Christie performed the position of a queen who’s about to get married, however the evening earlier than, dwarves warn her of a sleeping spell about to be forged over the dominion, so she embarks on a journey to place an finish to the insanity.
It additionally got here with a promotional picture the place Christie offers wonderful face, as per common:
Richard Dormer (Beric Dondarrion) has left Westeros behind, however he’ll quickly star within the BBC America collection The Watch, primarily based on the works of fantasy icon Terry Pratchett.
According to Dormer, this present is precisely what the world wants proper now. “I’m quite confident that once they get into it, it will lift their spirits,” he informed The New York Post. “It’s very dark times that we’re in. Every day I think of this quote that the show creator Simon Allen said: ‘In dark and troubled times it’s better to light a candle than curse the darkness.’ And I think that’s what this show does.”
Check out The Watch on BBC America premiering Sunday, January 3 at 8:00 p.m. EST.
Anyone watching His Dark Materials on HBO? The fantasy collection was simply renewed for a 3rd and last season, which implies we might see the return of Game of Thrones alum James Cosmo (Lord Commander Jeor Mormont) as Farder Coram, one of many leaders of the nomadic Gyptians, who helped hero Lyra Belacqua (Dafne Keen) within the first season however sat out the second.
“I really enjoy that show, especially working with Dafne,” Cosmo informed CBR. “She’s a wonderful, young actress. The Gyptians weren’t in the second season, so I haven’t seen her in eighteen months or so. To see how much she’s growing into a young woman was absolutely delightful, and I had a great experience working with her. We’ve had some terrific directors working on it: Tom Hooper who was just a joy to work with. He’s a real actor’s director. I do hope I get asked back. You can never tell with adaptations and the Gyptians, but we’ll wait and see. I’d love to go back.”
Farder Coram does present up within the last pages of The Amber Spyglass, the third and last of Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials books, however we’re undecided if the present could have him again.
Last however not least, Nathalie Emmanuel (Missandei) has simply wrapped filming on Zack Snyder’s zombie heist flick Army of the Dead: The Prequel. Snyder himself tweeted out the excellent news, with Emmanuel in full costume:
Army of the Dead comes out subsequent 12 months. Snyder and firm should be fairly assured in the event that they’ve already made a prequel.
Happy holidays, everybody!
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