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MessageSujet: Re: Les acteurs   Sam 21 Oct - 23:35

Peter Dinklage est papa pour la 2ème fois ^^
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Peter Dinklage & Wife Erica Schmidt Welcome Second Child!

Peter Dinklage and his wife Erica Schmidt are now the proud parents of two children!

The 48-year-old Game of Thrones actor and the 42-year-old writer and director welcomed their second child together to the world, Us Weekly confirmed on Friday (October 20).

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Peter Dinklage

The two, who eloped in Las Vegas back in 2005, did not publicly announce that they were expecting. They were spotted out with their newborn baby at a concert in September.

Peter and Erica are already the parents of a 5-year-old daughter. Congratulations to the family of four!


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MessageSujet: Re: Les acteurs   Dim 22 Oct - 0:36

Awww félicitations à lui et sa femme

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MessageSujet: Re: Les acteurs   Lun 23 Oct - 23:29

Emilia Clarke fête ses 31 ans (Happy B-Day à elle ^^) et voilà ce qu'a posté Nathalie Emmanuel (aka Missandei) sur Instagram :





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Happy Birthday to the home girl famalam bredrin @emilia_clarke… This lil throwback was taken on that lovely little day out we took in Seville in like season 5. Have a wicked birthday! Love ya! #HappyBirthdayEmilia #famslikeEmilia #badassladybossclub #NUFFLoveFam

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MessageSujet: Re: Les acteurs   Mer 22 Nov - 23:00

HBO va soumettre Kit & Emilia pour les nominations des Golden Globes, catégories acteur/actrice principaux ^^

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‘Game of Thrones’ exclusive: Emilia Clarke and Kit Harington go lead at 2018 Golden Globes

In a savvy awards show move, Gold Derby has learned exclusively that HBO will submit “Game of Thrones” scene-stealers Emilia Clarke and Kit Harington in the lead categories at the 2018 Golden Globes. This summer’s seventh season focused more prominently on their characters — queen of dragons Daenerys Targaryen and no-longer-bastard Jon Snow — which in turn gave the actors more screen time than ever before. Now that Clarke and Harington have jumped up to the lead races, it’s time to go in and update your Golden Globes predictions for Best TV Drama Actress and Best TV Drama Actor.

If this new strategy works out, both stars will be earning their first career Golden Globe nominations. Clarke scored a trio of Emmy noms (2013, 2015, 2016) while Harington earned a single Emmy bid in 2016. “Game of Thrones” has romped through the Emmys in recent years, winning Best Drama Series twice (2015-2016) and claiming a record of 38 awards over the course of its run. However, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association has only given the show six nominations, with a single win for Peter Dinklage as Best TV Supporting Actor in 2012.

After six years apart, Season 7 of HBO’s fantasy epic finally allowed Clarke and Harington to share scenes — and bed sheets — together in their quest to rule the iron throne. What the characters don’t realize quite yet is that Daenerys is actually Jon’s aunt, which makes their love scene in the season finale all the more awkward.

HBO has confirmed to Gold Derby that while Clarke and Harington are jumping up to the lead races at the 2018 Golden Globes, all of the other “Game of Thrones” performers will be submitted in the supporting categories. The nominations for the Golden Globes will be announced December 11. Will this savvy strategy pay off for Clarke and Harington?

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MessageSujet: Re: Les acteurs   Jeu 7 Déc - 20:55

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Liam Cunningham: Season 8 scripts feature “beautiful storytelling” and “huge surprises”

All good things must come to an end, and as Game of Thrones ramps up to its final season, the fans aren’t the only ones eager to see who survives the brutal saga. Speaking to Metro, Liam Cunningham (Davos Seaworth) revealed that he was getting rather antsy before reading the season 8 scripts.

I was getting excited and nervous. I wanted to see what was going on. One of the main reasons was that as an actor my ambition for this was to get to the last season, and I’ve been waiting on the scripts to see if I can get to the last episodes.

If Ser Davos dies, we riot. Just putting that on the record.

Due to the security measures surrounding the season 8 scripts, Cunningham didn’t get a chance to read them until the cast gathered for a table read in Belfast. (Kit Harington was in the same boat.) But when he read the scripts, he was bowled over.

So it was all new to us, and it is just, ‘Oohs,’ and, ‘Ahhs’. It is as it was in the past, it is just beautiful storytelling. Huge surprises. Wonderful stuff. I can safely say it will be a fantastic, fantastic finish to this incredible story.

This sounds a little similar to comments made by former cast member (and current drinking buddy) Jason Momoa, who said season 8 will be “the greatest thing that’s ever aired on TV.” And Harington said he cried after he got through reading the scripts. While Cunningham did not admit to the same reaction, he didn’t deny it, either. “It had a bittersweet aspect to it because it was the last time we are going to do it. It was incredibly special and moving. It was nice but slightly sad.”

But although the cast and crew might be sad, Cunningham believes that the story needed to come to an end.

The reason it is as big as it is and was is it is recognized by the audience that it is extraordinary storytelling and unique. At the end of this, we would be doing the story a disservice if we ran it out beyond its natural finish. It has always had a beginning, middle, and an end, and the guys said, ‘Look this story is going to take 70 hours of storytelling to get to the end of it.’ The meant from the get go it had a beginning, middle, and end. It still feels it is naturally coming to its end with the story that is there.

We’d have to agree with Cunningham here. No one wants to see Thrones turn into The Office or The X-Files and overstay its welcome, even if part of us wishes we’d get another 70 episodes. There’re always the prequels.


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MessageSujet: Re: Les acteurs   Ven 8 Déc - 14:50

Peter et Emilia sont nominés pour les Critics’ Choice Awards:

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Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series

Bobby Cannavale – Mr. Robot (USA)

Asia Kate Dillon – Billions (Showtime)

Peter Dinklage – Game of Thrones (HBO)

David Harbour – Stranger Things (Netflix)

Delroy Lindo – The Good Fight (CBS All Access)

Michael McKean – Better Call Saul (AMC)

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Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series

Gillian Anderson – American Gods (Starz)

Emilia Clarke – Game of Thrones (HBO)

Ann Dowd – The Handmaid’s Tale (Hulu)

Cush Jumbo – The Good Fight (CBS All Access)

Margo Martindale – Sneaky Pete (Amazon)

Chrissy Metz – This Is Us (NBC)


La série est aussi nominée pour la meilleure série drama ^^


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MessageSujet: Re: Les acteurs   Mer 13 Déc - 21:58

Interview de Sophie Turner:

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'Game of Thrones': Sophie Turner on the Final Season's "Incredibly Emotional" Ending

Turner, currently in the middle of shooting the final episodes of HBO's 'Thrones,' tells THR about "the very, very bittersweet" conclusion: "I'm getting goosebumps now thinking about it."

The forecast puts Game of Thrones as far in the future as 2019, but for Sophie Turner and the other actors involved in the HBO series, winter is already here.

Thrones, which earned a Golden Globe nomination for Best TV Series – Drama this week for its seventh season, is currently in the midst of production on its final season, which is expected to last through August of 2018. It's a long wait for fans of the juggernaut HBO fantasy franchise, but the participants themselves are well and fully entrenched in the final war for the heart of Westeros.

Will the White Walkers win the day following their breach of the Wall, or does humanity still stand a chance? Speaking with The Hollywood Reporter, Turner, who plays Winterfell's current commander Sansa Stark, certainly won't spill the beans on what lies ahead as the award-winning series begins the process of wrapping up its eight-season arc — except to say the mood among the cast and crew at least lives up to author George R.R. Martin's long ago promise of a "bittersweet" ending.

Read on for Turner's tease of the final six episodes of Game of Thrones, her thoughts on Sansa's current place in the story arc considering the ending of season seven, and more.


You're in the midst of the final season of Game of Thrones, and as such, you know so much more about where the story is headed than the audience — which is always the case, but this time, the secret you're holding onto is the ending of the series. Is that a powerful feeling?
Yeah, I feel very, very powerful. (Laughs.) It's exciting. Shooting these scenes, knowing how it ends now, finally, after years and years of being kept in anticipation... finally, now we know what happens. We're shooting all of our final scenes. It's getting incredibly emotional. It's very real now.

Did you ever let yourself imagine what it would feel like once you finally reached the end of the line of Game of Thrones?
We've imagined it for so long. There's also an ambiguity every season when we would get the scripts: "Is this the season where we die?" To have made it this far is pretty unbelievable, considering the amount of deaths there have been. All of us have always had discussions about theories about what we think is going to happen — who's going to die, who's going to end up ruling. Now, we know. It almost feels like another one of our theories. It doesn't even feel like it's what's actually happening. It's very satisfying.

What was the mood like, as everyone started coming back to set to start working on the final season?
It was very, very bittersweet. The first day of the actors coming in and that kind of production starting, the day where we had the final read through for the final script... it was really bittersweet. It was hard. At the end of the very last script, they read aloud, "End of Game of Thrones." As soon as they read that out, pretty much everyone burst into tears. There was a standing ovation for [showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss]. We were all clapping and cheering. It was amazing. It was the first time every single cast member had been there and sat through all of the scripts for season eight — obviously not cast members who had died in the earlier seasons, but...

Which would be incredible.
It would be incredible, but I'm sure they have better things to do now!

I don't know about that! If they had the invitation...
I would hope so. (Laughs.) Maybe for the wrap party, we'll invite everybody who has ever died on the show. That would be great.

Looking back on the year of Thrones that just passed, there's a feeling that season seven was the first half of a two-part season. Did it feel that way for you, filming the season?
Definitely. It definitely felt that way. And it was probably even sadder because we didn't know what was going to happen in the end. We were filming the final push, but we didn't know who was going to die and who was going to live. The bittersweetness started there. Also, the anxiety of, "What the fuck are we going to do when this whole thing finishes?" (Laughs.) The panic started there. Probably since season five I started personally feeling like it was all winding down. All of the sudden, we started hanging out a lot more often and realizing we shouldn't really take this for granted. We're having more dinner parties and making the most of it more now.

Is that the hardest part about bringing the show in for a landing — not saying goodbye to Sansa and the world you have created, but saying goodbye to the people who created the world, from the actors to the camera operators and make-up artists and beyond?
Yeah, that's the hardest, especially the people who are behind-the-scenes that we don't necessarily see at the premieres and all of the press events. That's going to be the hardest. The final scene we shoot on set could be the final time we ever work together. It's really difficult and we're all getting emotional now, thinking about it. The girl who's done my hair since season one is like an older sister to me. The camera operator is like a father figure to me. It's going to be very hard. We really are like one big family. We've maintained that family throughout every season. We haven't switched up too many people, really. We haven't changed much in departments and department heads. It's been very consistent. It's like we're living in a bubble and there's nobody from the outside who has really come in. So, it's going to be very strange. It's been my entire life, really.

The first scene in Game of Thrones takes place beyond the Wall, giving a glimpse into the world of the White Walkers. But the series then proceeds to focus more on the human struggles and the power plays for the Iron Throne. In this past season, and moving into the end game of the show, Game of Thrones has brought the fantastical side of the series more into the spotlight. Have you felt a sense of Game of Thrones becoming increasingly more epic as you reach the end of the story?
It's definitely more epic this season, for sure. It grows and grows and grows. There are bigger and more fantastical elements, which have always been underlying throughout, but this time, it's really emerging and there are very big roles this season. But we still very much managed to maintain those human relationships and stories that bring it back to reality and keep it resonating with the audience. The thing with Game of Thrones and the reason why I believe it works so well is we have these fantastic elements, which are balanced so perfectly with the real human elements — the character-driven plot points and things like that, where you get that escapism, but it's also very personal. It's really key to keep that going. The greater the fantastical elements become, and the more epic it becomes with the fighting and everything, the greater the character-driven storylines become as well, and the more epic they become. There are more relationships formed this season than any other, and more people meeting and more conspiracies and plotting and forming of alliances. We have had to parallel the two, just to insure we keep that balance just right. It's a special, magic recipe.

You mentioned the "escapism" of Game of Thrones, which is truly one of the biggest shows on Earth. But it's also successful because of its realistic depictions of character struggles and quests for power — and in that way, it has a very modern feeling, especially in our current political climate. Do you feel those themes and that side of Game of Thrones is more relevant now than ever?
I do feel like that. I really do. In Game of Thrones, you see the behind-the-scenes of all these power-hungry people. You see their inner workings and why they're vying for power, to be the powerful person who gets to do whatever the fuck they say and can be sadistic and can thrive in that power. In this day and age, even in comparison to eight years ago, you can kind of see the people who were maybe more manipulative behind-the-scenes being outed now. It's out in the open, and it feels like we're almost getting an inside look at the people who are really in politics and in power — much like the way Game of Thrones gives you that. So, yeah, I do feel like it's pretty relevant to today. There's a theme of the manipulators and the power-hungry people all being outed now, and the crazy and disgusting things they do to get power and what they do with that power. Game of Thrones, because it's a TV show and we can allow people access to the people behind the throne, definitely parallels the modern day for sure. I can see a few Trumps on Thrones, for sure.

At the end of season seven, Sansa made the decision to kill Littlefinger. How did her arc last year inform what's next for Sansa? In other words, what did the events of season seven reveal about this character and her ambitions moving forward, ultimately?
It's funny. For the first time, at the end of season seven, we're seeing Sansa at a place of comfort and satisfaction. She now has eliminated all of the bad from her life and away from Winterfell. She's there with her family. They might not be the same people they were in the beginning, but they're still her family. They're still people she can trust. She's now only surrounded by people she trusts. For the first time, we're seeing her very satisfied and happy — but you wonder, what's next for Sansa? What's going to motivate her? Is it just about keeping Winterfell as it is in this currently good place? Is it the rising threat of the undead? It's a very strange place for her. Where do her motivations lie now? Now that she's run out of people to manipulate, I wonder if she feels a little bit lost!

Beloved shows have come and gone, and more often than not, there's at least a vocal minority of fans who are unhappy with the ending. Is there something freeing in knowing some people will be inevitably disappointed with how Game of Thrones ends, even if you find the ending satisfying?
Absolutely. It almost puts all of our minds to rest, just knowing the ending and being happy with that, no matter if anyone likes it or not. There have been so many theories and so many discussions with what people think is going to happen — where they would like things to go, and who they would like to see in power, and who they want to see die. Finally, just knowing... and for the people, when they watch it, I hope there's going to be some satisfaction in that it's come to an end and that's how it goes. There will be some people who are disappointed, I'm sure, because they will want certain people to end up in certain places. But at this point, I'm just happy with whatever David and Dan choose to do with the story. I've trusted them for the past nine or ten years of my life with this. However they decide to end it is fine by me.

How did you feel personally when you finished that final table read?
I'm getting goosebumps now thinking about it. It was a shock to the system. We actually realized, reading that "end of Game of Thrones line" [at the end of the table read], that that was it. When you're in it, you don't really see an end point. It's just an ongoing thing you're living with. It was a real shock. It was really sad, but there was an immense amount of pride, too. We realized we had done it. We had created this amazing thing, and that's it now. It was just a feeling of pride. I was proud of David and Dan, and I was looking around at all of the other cast members around the table, nodding at them, and saying: "Well done. We've done it." It was the craziest feeling. It's the biggest project we'll ever do. We've put our hearts and souls into it. Saying goodbye to it means putting parts of our hearts and souls behind. But we also know we've given it everything that we've got.



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MessageSujet: Re: Les acteurs   Sam 16 Déc - 21:19

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Game of Thrones Season 8 Scripts Had Cast ‘Applauding & Crying’

Sophie Turner weighs in on how the final read through of the season 8 Game of Thrones scripts had everyone involved in tears. Game of Thrones has been one of those rare shows that managed to actually increase its viewership with each season. Almost every episode of the show this year managed to out-do its predecessor in terms of audience size, and that acclaim has brought with it critical accolades. Game of Thrones has landed Golden Globe nominations alongside those from SAG, AFI, and other prestigious organizations. And season 8 of the show looks to top things.

We know that when Game of Thrones returns, season 8 will put the characters in alien environments. Though many plots and characters have been thrust together, the final batch of episodes looks to continue pulling them apart and throwing them for a loop. With multiple conflicts brewing and shaky alliances the only thing protecting the realm, it’s safe to assume season 8 will be tense. But it will also be emotional, as the story comes to some sort of conclusion and the actors move on from the roles they’ll forever be associated with.

EW spoke with Sophie Turner about her upcoming film X-Men: Dark Phoenix, and talk naturally turned to the final season of Game of Thrones. When asked how the cast and crew reacted with things headed toward the end, Turner detailed a bittersweet gathering.
Game of Thrones Season 7 Finale Kings Landing Game of Thrones Season 8 Scripts Had Cast Applauding & Crying

“We had the read-through a while ago and at the end of it, we were all on our feet, applauding and crying. We had everyone there, everyone who’s had any part in this. It was amazing. We closed the blinds and shut ourselves off from the rest of the world and had six hours in this room just reading it through and crying and laughing. We had our emotional bit and then we thought, ‘Well now we’ve got eight months. We’ve still got a while to get through!’”

While read-throughs usually focus on one episode at a time, the abridged eighth season of Game of Thrones lends it self to one marathon table read. And from what Turner says, it sounds like people not even involved in the last six episodes were there. Given how sprawling and long-lasting the show has been, bringing everyone back together as the final moments of the show are read out must have been an intense and emotional rewarding experience for everyone involved.

Of course, the world kicked off by George R.R. Martin is far from finished. The author still has two books left in his series, while HBO is currently working on a number of potential spinoffs. Though some Game of Thrones characters want to return, we won’t learn which spinoff will move forward until the flagship series is finished. And with Game of Thrones season 8 coming in 2019, we still have to wait a bit longer.

Game of Thrones season 8 will air sometime in 2019 on HBO.

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MessageSujet: Re: Les acteurs   Mar 19 Déc - 10:20

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Whilst this may look like the human embodiment of a Simba moment, it‘s actually me having the joyous luck of a godson who doesn’t mind me carrying him around the park… or putting up with my singing, dancing (simultaneous) or jokes. (babies? tough crowd FYI)
His parents however…Best humans around, they’ve been laughing at my jokes for decades, and even let me pretend I could make something this beautiful…
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MessageSujet: Re: Les acteurs   Mar 19 Déc - 10:55

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Maisie and I have the purest form of true, true friendship. She’s been my rock. We are kind of the only two people who know what it feels like to go through this very scenario from pretty much the same background, and ending up where we are and kind of finding ourselves as we go. I think that’s why people respond so well to our friendship, I guess. They see the true, pure love between us. - Sophie Turner on her Friendship with Maisie Williams

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i love playing brienne of tarth because, when i was growing up, i didn’t really see people on television that i felt that i could identify with. women all looked kind of a particular way, women characters that were popular, anyway. and when i had the opportunity to play this part, it made me explore the parts of myself I had hidden from.

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MessageSujet: Re: Les acteurs   Lun 1 Jan - 19:58

Adorkables ladies:

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MessageSujet: Re: Les acteurs   Mar 9 Jan - 19:32

Le seul truc d'adorable qui ressort de la mésaventure de Kit à New-York vendredi dernier: Emilia qui défend son BFF (friendship goals   )





Et le propriétaire du bar a expliqué ce qui s'est *vraiment* passé vendredi (contrairement aux infos données par les tabloïdes):


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MessageSujet: Re: Les acteurs   Mar 9 Jan - 19:34

Emilia aux GG, sa réaction par rapport au final de la saison 7 est priceless lol! :

Emilia Clarke Dishes On The Final Season Of 'Game Of Thrones’

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MessageSujet: Re: Les acteurs   Mar 9 Jan - 22:15



lol!

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MessageSujet: Re: Les acteurs   Sam 13 Jan - 20:58

J'adore comme Maisie fait sursauter Tom Hanks lol!

Maisie Williams Reveals Arya Stark's Game of Thrones Kill List | The Graham Norton Show

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MessageSujet: Re: Les acteurs   Sam 13 Jan - 21:00

Maisie Williams Has a Game of Thrones Stamp! | The Graham Norton Show

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MessageSujet: Re: Les acteurs   Lun 22 Jan - 20:14

Maisie va être demoiselle d'honneur au mariage de Sophie ^^


Maisie Williams is going to be Game of Thrones co-star Sophie Turner's bridesmaid!

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