In Silent Hill: Revelation 3D, the sequel to the 2006 film based on the Konami video game, Australian actress Adelaide Clemens portrays Heather Mason, who, as her 18th birthday arrives, discovers that she shares a connection with the alternate dimension of Silent Hill, along with a young man named Vincent, played by Kit Harington.
Many fans went into the second season of Game of Thrones, HBO’s adaptation of the epic George R. R. Martin series, The Song of Ice and Fire, wondering if creators David Benioff (Troy, X-Men Origins: Wolverine) and D.
If you're a Game of Thrones fan, you've been waiting for this Season 3 trailer for months. Luckily, if you're a Game of Thrones fan, you might also consider this an exciting preview — though it's really just a teaser featuring a disembodied voice reading two cryptic lines over simple graphics.
Game of Thrones fandom is mounting as HBO gears up to start shooting the highly anticipated third season of its flagship series that's less than five months away, and spoilers are emerging every day about stars who might join Game of Thrones, with the latest big name being Will Champion, 34, the drummer from Coldplay.
While most of you probably know Kit Harington, 25, from HBO's runaway hit show, Game of Thrones, based on the George R. R. Martin Song of Ice and Fire series, in which he portrays the heroic Jon Snow, the British Harington is showing a whole new side of himself in the new Silent Hill: Revelation 3D, in which he stars alongside X Men Origins: Wolverine actress Adelaide Clemens, Carrie-Anne Moss, Malcolm McDowell and former onscreen father Sean Bean (as Ned Stark).
The lauded HBO series Game of Thrones, starring Lena Headey, Peter Dinklage, Emilia Clarke, Kit Harington, Jack Gleeson, Sophie Turner and Richard Madden, which will return to its adoring fans in 2013, has broken a lot of boundaries in both its storylines and its filming — including a scene in which a decapitated head the likeness of President George Bush showed up on a spike near Ned Stark's in the first season — and now the series is pushing the envelope when it comes to casting calls for extras, too.
Game of Thrones will not be returning for its third season until March 2013, but here's something to whet your appetite in the meantime. Next month, HBO will be releasing Inside HBO's Game of Thrones, a visual companion to the series that goes behind the scenes of the book-inspired drama to explore the complex transformation of the original best-selling A Song Of Ice And Fire novels by George R.
Speculation around fantasy drama Game of Thrones' third season, set to premiere next March, abounds, but we finally have some confirmed casting choices for new roles in the series. The latest addition is Belfast-born Ciáran Hinds, who has appeared in films such as Munich and Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, and is perhaps most well-known for playing Julius Caesar in the HBO hit Rome.
Game of Thrones, the runaway hit HBO series that also manages to be backed by critical praise, has already done a pretty good job making household names and up-and-coming stars out of such actors as Lena Headey (Cersei Lannister), Sean Bean (Ned Stark), Peter Dinklage (Tyrion Lannister), Michelle Fairley (Catelyn Stark), Emilia Clarke (Daenerys Targaryen), Kit Harington (Jon Snow) and Jack Gleeson (Joffrey Baratheon), but soon there will be even more characters you'll have to keep up with, as season three of Game of Thrones will introduce a bevy of new faces to the seven kingdoms.
It was the question on every Game of Thrones fan's mind Sunday night — would the city of King's Landing and the Iron Throne be taken by the approaching ships of Lord Stannis (Stephen Dillaine) and his army in the Battle of Blackwater on the penultimate episode to the season two finale of the acclaimed HBO program, fittingly entitled "Blackwater.
While the rampant global popularity of the likes of the Harry Potter series and Twilight have heralded a seismic shift in the way fantasy fiction is received, few amongst us can honestly say hand-on-heart that they saw this one coming.
The popular new HBO series, Game of Thrones, based on the Song of Ice and Fire medieval fantasy series by George R. R. Martin, may have a long hiatus between the first and second seasons, but HBO is reminding fans that it's well worth the wait.