Who should sit on the Iron Throne? (x)
Woo Woo keeps walking around the house whispering “I know.” But he won’t tell us what he knows…
Unpopular Character meme: a character you love even with their flaws • Jaime Lannister
Sophie Turner for Tatler UK (April 2014)
Harington says he first learned of George R.R. Martin’s feverishly loved series of novels, “A Song of Ice and Fire,” while working in a bookstore.
“I used to stack George R.R. Martin’s books, and I used to hate him because they were so big. I had to carry them down in boxes, and I used to think, ‘Who is this (jerk) who’s written this massive book?’”
He says he told that story to Martin once he landed the role of Jon Snow and read the series.
“He just laughed,” the actor says with a smile, “because he’s vindictive like that.”"
the world will be exactly as you want it to be.
Game of Thrones Women: The Ladies of Ice and Fire Illustrations by Azim Al Ghussein
Emilia Clarke for 'Glamour Paris' (April 2014)
Q: What’s it like playing a character who is so mad?
Maisie: You find yourself in every scene shouting at someone or being angry at something. You feel like a bit of a grump at times! Sometimes I think, Why can’t I just smile for once? But I really enjoy it. It’s very believable, how she feels. She’s not just a moody child.
#super notable as well that neither lyanna nor val nor even dacey mormont are pov characters you see much of #and so they fulfill the sexist ideal that women are seen but not heard #are beautiful without caring #are badass without being ugly #and never challenge traditional fantasy gender norms #which is not to say that any of them are bad characters #but if your favorite female characters are those who perspectives you never get #and the ones you hate the most are the characters whose inner lives you’re exposed to #well #come on (via waverlyrowan)