Melisandre looks a bit too young though in my opinion!
Alfie Allen is growing on me and Lena Heady is very pretty with black hair.
I was just about to post The Simpsons clip
EVERYONE LOVES GAME OF THRONES!
That Simpsons clip is great - the new intro's they've been doing this series have often been better than the episodes though
Also, what's the official Moopy VERDICT on Kit Harrington? I think he's SUPERHOT
Well Jon Snow looks like he would be the more sensitive lover, whereas Robb looks ROUGH and READY.
I guess it depends on my mood, but at the moment, Robb
They are both fourteen years old. Yes, I know the actors aren't, but that doesn't make you less of a bunch of paedos.
I've seen Richard Madden out and about and I've SWOONED every single time.
He's quite short though.
I guess if they portrayed Daenerys as being her book age then the producers would be taken away by the police.
I'm loving Cersei from what i've seen and heard, Lena Heady has upped her game. Also i love the wide shots of Robb's camp and Kings Landing.
i think it's more so he can get an heir, also Natalie Dormer seems to be playing a very strong Margery so she probably just forced him to do it
Edit: Ugh too small, you can see it on Winter is Coming http://winteriscoming.net/2012/03/sa...s-look-alikes/
Last edited by Phoenix; 17-03-2012 at 03:41 PM.
Shut up and let me see your jazz hands....
soon finished with Dance with Dragons. I've never cared much for Theon but LOVE the way the author has developed his character
although I skimmed through the last pages to see who the POVs were and accidently read a bit of dialogue I definitely SHOULD NOT HAVE
i do this all the time and spoil myself yet i never learn. i love Theon's chapters since A Clash, there's something very appealing about his storyline. What's you final opinion on Dance?
They've been releasing a ton of character profiles, the best are Stannis and Renly
making a good go of book 2 now
by the way it's pretty much confimed that book 3 is going to be across 2 separate seasons.
good idea. a lot of vital action in book 3 that shouldn't be ignored and it'll also give them more time
ie GET YOUR ASS IN GEAR, GEORGE MARTIN
actually question - I'd love to know both of your (non-spoilerific) views on books 4 and 5. Much of the general (non-loon) consensus is that they are long, bloated, and don't go anywhere. I'm imagining the complaints from Walking Dead Season 2 where the action was replaced with more talking/background/character development, which I actually LOVE, but the way these books are being described (and a lot could be to do with anti-climax after the amazing first 3 books) is that it's talking/background/character development to the EXTREME, which just wouldn't work on TV.
If they ran S4 and S5 in one season each for instance, are there enough events and developments to keep things moving/interesting? Or do you think they'll have no choice at that point but to go off text and start creating new exciting scenarios to keep the growing audience hooked?
Just something I've been PONDERING as this show starts to explode into something RATHER MASSIVE
I doubt it'll be a huge problem, there is a strong focus on character development rather than the bigger story but we're always fed a bit of action and progress and a character development such as Theon's is interesting enough in itself in my opinion to take up the better part of one episode or span across several
the thing with book 4 and 5 is that they are chronologically simultaneous - the difference is the POVs and regions in focus. Sansa's and Cersei's stories in book 4 are real cliffhangers. only in the last third of the fifth book does the story evolve and feature POVs that hadn't been featured since book 4
so no worries! there'll be lots to show and I reckon it'll all explode in book 6
Last edited by Mats; 21-03-2012 at 12:01 PM.
it better had! At some point he needs to stop expanding and start wrapping
so far I'm loving the intrigue in what Tyrion and Varys are up to in book 2
if they're doing book 3 into two season or a two part season then books 4 and 5 will make up the next two seasons but they will be combined so you get all the characters in both seasons (they might even use some stuff from book 6 for Sansa, Jaime and Brienne since they are all cliffhangers from book 4). There are some amazing moments in both books that they won't need to change too much to create moments on the level of the golden crown, the execution and the dragons from season 1.
i don't watch the Walking Dead but from what i read i understood that the problem was that they were developing characters that are not that good in the first place something that GoT don't have because they are all amazing.
this is a Jaime chapter in book 5, Phoenix!
I can't wait to get new Sansa chapters but that's probably more because of her setting. she really is dull as fuck
Yes but it creates another cliffhanger and does not by any means resolve the other character's cliffhanger it just tells us that "it" survived. G.R.R said he wasn't pleased by the amount of cliffhangers left by book 5 and that he had to cut some chapters to manage the length of the book.
i love Sansa, she's being taught by the best to be the conniving bitch she was meant to be and her PoV is always packed of action (even if it's not her own).
Last edited by Phoenix; 21-03-2012 at 03:45 PM.
Spoiler that right now (not because I'm ashamed of my alleged preferences but because it's a spoiler) also i have faith that the end of Littlefinger will be by the hands of Sansa.
I assume that all of this means that Sansa isn't going to be dead by the end of book five.
Of course when the zombies DID come it was mental and fabulous, and that just made it even better.
But yeah, nobody does the intricacies of character motivations quite like our George
About a week to go now HNNNNNNNNNNNNGGGG
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