Maisie Williams

23 Jul 19
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Marvel’s Phase Four looks promising, but Marvel didn’t stop at just announcing movie titles at San Diego Comic-Con. There was also a shocking reveal. Taika Waititi, director: “It introduces, for the first time, female Thor.” Make way, Chris Hemsworth. There’s a new Thor in town. Taika Waititi: “There’s only one person who could play that […]

22 Jul 19
Canoe

Maisie Williams has shot down rumours she’ll be revisiting her Game Of Thrones role for a spin-off series. The actress, who starred as Arya Stark in the fantasy drama, said goodbye to the feisty character when the show came to an end in May and though she admits it would be “wonderful” to continue portraying […]

22 Jul 19
GoldDerby
“Game of Thrones” took down “NYPD Blue’s” Emmy record for most nominations for a drama with a whopping 32, five more than the cop procedural’s 27 in 1994. But it won’t break — or even get to break — “NYPD Blue’s” record in another category: Best Drama Directing. There, everyone in Westeros will have to settle for second best even with a win. With two Best Drama Directing victories under its belt and three bids this year, “Thrones” can only tie three-time champs come September, “CBS Playhouse,” “The Defenders,” “Hill Street Blues” and “The West Wing.” That means “NYPD Blue’s” benchmark of four wins, which it nabbed in 1994 and 1997-99, will stand for a few more years. No other active drama has more than one directing Emmy at the moment. SEE ‘Game of Thrones’ makes Emmy history with 32 nominations, more than any drama ever An 11-time nominee in the category (“ER” and “The Sopranos” lead with 13; “NYPD Blue” had nine, so 4/9 is a baller record), Thrones” wasn’t always a favorite here. It reaped just two bids for its first four seasons, in 2011 and 2014, which means it’s added nine more nominations since 2015, the first year of the new popular voting system and when the show itself took home its first Best Drama Series crown. It garnered back-to-back directing wins in 2015 and ’16 for “Mother’s Mercy” (directed by David Nutter) and “Battle of the Bastards” (directed by Miguel Sapochnik). After sitting out the 2017 cycle, it had two bids last year, but lost to “The Crown.” Now, with three episodes in the running — “The Long Night” (directed by Sapochnik), “The Last of the Starks” (directed by Nutter) and the series finale “The Iron Throne” (directed by David Benioff and D.B. Weiss) — our early odds have pegged “The Long Night” as the one to beat. It’s certainly the bread of butter of “Thrones”: a massive battle that includes the triumphant moment of Arya (Maisie Williams) coming out of nowhere kill the Night King. But it was also endlessly ridiculed and mocked for being too dark (this is just A+ savagery), though that’s more on the cinematography. And you know if it does win, the Emmys will forever be roasted for honoring an episode that nobody could see. There’s also the possibility that “Thrones” could vote-split, paving the way for a non-“Thrones” champ, like “Succession,” which won the Directors Guild Award for Adam McKay, or former champ “The Handmaid’s Tale,” which cashed in on 11 nominations for three orphaned Season 2 episodes. “The Iron Throne” is in second in our odds, followed by “Killing Eve” (“Desperate Times”), “The Handmaid’s Tale” (“Holly”), “Ozark” (“Reparations”), “The Last of the Starks” and “Succession” (“Celebration”). PREDICT the Emmys now; change them until September 22 Be sure to make your Emmy predictions today so that Hollywood insiders can see how their TV shows and performers are faring in our odds. You can keep changing your predictions as often as you like until just before winners are announced on September 22. And join in the fun debate over the 2019 Emmy taking place right now with Hollywood insiders in our television forums. Read more Gold Derby entertainment news. SIGN UP for Gold Derby’s free newsletter with latest predictions
22 Jul 19
Sophie Turner Salivation

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22 Jul 19
LILLIE ROSS

Comic-Con is upon Us, which means stars are rocking some of their boldest and best beauty looks, embracing the fun…

22 Jul 19
Us Weekly
Comic-Con is upon Us, which means stars are rocking some of their boldest and best beauty looks, embracing the fun and playfulness of it all. Starting Thursday, July 18, A-listers delivered some seriously killer fashions with trends that included sheer bodices, tulle minidresses and asymmetrical skirt combos. But it wasn’t only the style that slayed, tons of celebs nailed their beauty looks donning daring eyeliner, cool updos or bright eye shadow, all to celebrate that epic festival of nerdom. [ami-related id=”- Click to search articles -” url=”https://www.usmagazine.com/stylish/pictures/best-celebrity-cat-eye-makeup-looks-pics-inspiration/” title=”Celebrities Deliver Major Cat Eye Inspo to Freshen Up the Makeup Look” target=”_blank” inset=”false”] So what exactly does one wear to honor superheros, monsters and warriors in TV and movies? Well, one thing celebrities made very prominent was standout eye makeup. Maisie Williams paired her collared multi-print dress with a vibrant white liner while attending a party on Saturday, July 20. The line accentuated the inner corners of her eyes and finished off with a small flick on the outside. Karen Fukuhara had a similar idea wearing the same flashy color, only creating a different graphic look that was an oversized, hallow cat-eye. Besides makeup, a few beauties went bold with their hairstyles. Danai Gurira was spotted at the Walking Dead Walker Horde at Petco Park on July 20, wearing her long locks in a fierce side braid with small gold embellishments throughout. Cara Delevingne served up serious chicness with a new version of a topknot. How so? Well, hairstylist Mara Roszak twisted the ends around the base of a pony, leaving a little piece swept out to one side before securing it in place for an added edge. To see more fun and bold beauty looks, keep scrolling to see our favorite picks.
22 Jul 19
Metro
Seth Rogen slammed Game of Thrones showrunners for dropping out of Comic-Con (Picture: Getty/HBO) Seth Rogen has come forward as one of the millions of Game of Thrones fans shattered by the disappointing finale, slamming showrunners D.B. Weiss and David Benioff for pulling out of last weekend’s San Diego Comic-Con. The pair are yet to address on backlash surrounding Game of Thrones season eight as a petition amassing more than 1.5 million signatures demanding the last six episodes were rewritten continuing to soar, while they have both been listed as ‘bad writers’ on Google in one final blow from fans. In turn, the Game of Thrones panel was the ample opportunity to confront critics, but alas, several cast members including Maisie Williams and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau were left to speak for them. [metro-tag-post-strip] Rogen, executive producer for both Preacher and The Boys on Amazon, made a not-so subtle dig at Weiss and Benioff at his own panel, telling audiences: ‘I’m here, at least, so I think that’s a good sign. I’m willing to show my face.’ But that’s not the end of it. Responding to a question about the storytelling of his own series, Preacher, which cones to an end after its fourth and final season, the 37-year-old continued: ‘There was a world where we could have maybe extended it longer, but to us it felt like [it was good] having a show where nearly every episode was propelling the story forward, and moving towards a final conclusion… in a plotted-out way that was hopefully fast-paced and satisfying – you know, like the end of a TV show.’ DB Weiss and David Benioff copped out of the Game of Thrones panel at Comic-Con (Picture: Getty) Game of Thrones stars raised a toast to the coffee cup debacle at San Diego Comic-Con (Picture: Getty) Game of Thrones concluded with a mountain of unanswered questions, including why Grey Worm (played by Jacob Anderson) let Jon Snow (Kit Harington) live after he killed Mother of Dragons, his lover and auntie, Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke), while The Night King actor Vladimir Furdik attempted to clear up the mystery behind his monster’s death as Arya Stark (Maisie Williams) crept up from nowhere to stab him in the gut. But, surely, two months since we waved goodbye to Westeros, it’s too little too late? Hopefully, HBO can right the wrongs of the past two years with the Game of Thrones prequel, believed to be titled Bloodmoon, which has begun filming in Ireland and Italy with various pictures being leaked on social media. Game of Thrones seasons one to eight are available to stream on NOW TV, while Preacher seasons one to three are on Amazon Prime. [metro-fact-box id=”7022752″ title=”Got a showbiz story?” icon=”exclamation” /] [metro-link url=”https://metro.co.uk/2019/07/21/game-thrones-maisie-williams-joins-riverdale-cast-star-studded-comic-con-party-10434958/” title=”Game Of Thrones’ Maisie Williams joins Riverdale cast at star-studded Comic Con party”] [metro-link url=”https://metro.co.uk/2019/07/21/game-thrones-scene-bronn-grabbed-podricks-crotch-improvised-says-star-jerome-flynn-10435185/” title=”That Game Of Thrones scene where Bronn grabbed Podrick’s crotch was improvised says star Jerome Flynn”]
22 Jul 19
News Archives Uk

Maisie Williams precludes the spin-off of Game of Thrones, but says it's "wonderful". would be to play Arya again, as she appears in a striking cover shoot By Connie Rusk For Mailonline Released: 09:46 EDT, July 22, 2019 | updated: 09:54 EDT, July 22, 2019 She is best known as Arya Stark, a wild young […]

22 Jul 19
ONLINE ARTICLES

[ad_1] Comic-Con 2019 is officially over. While many fans are already counting down the days until next year’s big event, they shouldn’t forget all the fun and festivities they relished in over the past few days. From the creative cosplay and enormous exhibit hall to the star-packed panels and terrific trailers, there was something for […]

22 Jul 19
News Roulette

Welcome to what i’m hoping will become a weekly blog throughout the summer. As some of you may know, I just recently started work experience at a radio station, hence why you’ve been seeing less and less of me on this blog. However as I sat in the office doing the news this morning, I […]

22 Jul 19
Metro
Jon Snow got off lightly for killing Daenerys Targaryen (Picture: HBO) Game of Thrones fans were left with a mountain of unanswered questions following the controversial finale, most notably – why didn’t Grey Worm kill Jon Snow? The rightful heir to the Iron Throne gave up his seat to slay Daenerys Targaryen (played by Emilia Clarke) after recognising her ruthless massacre on King’s Landing went too far and whatever would come next with the Mother of Dragons in power was a destruction unimaginable. Regardless, Grey Worm (Jacob Anderson) stood by Dany until the bitter end, while Jon (Kit Harington) was banished and exiled to live the rest of his life at the wall with the rest of the Wildings. So why didn’t the commander of Daenerys’ Unsullied get his revenge? [metro-tag-post-strip] ‘I think he thought enough was enough,’ Jacob – aka Raleigh Ritchie – told crowds at this weekend’s San Diego Comic-Con. ‘There was a sense he was willing for there to be a trial. He doesn’t want to kill him but he doesn’t want him alive.’ The actor and rapper was joined by several of his co-stars during Game of Thrones’ final panel at the annual event, including Maisie Williams, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau and Isaac Hempstead Wright as they addressed the onslaught of backlash which drowned the fantasy epic’s final season. Grey Worm turned his back on revenge for Daenerys’ death (Picture: HBO) Showrunners D.B. Weiss and David Benioff pulled out of the chance to address the hate, which sparked an online petition amassing over 1.5 million signatures calling for the entire final chapter to be rewritten and left the duo with a legacy of being officially named ‘bad writers’ on Google. Jaime Lannister actor Nikolaj was even booed when he tried to defend the Kinslayer’s death, which saw the warrior die in the arms of his lover and sister Cersei (Lena Headey), in the most unjustifiably romantic demise across the show’s eight seasons. Game of Thrones seasons one to eight are available to stream on NOW TV. [metro-fact-box id=”7022752″ title=”Got a showbiz story?” icon=”exclamation” /] [metro-link url=”https://metro.co.uk/2019/07/21/game-thrones-maisie-williams-joins-riverdale-cast-star-studded-comic-con-party-10434958/” title=”Game Of Thrones’ Maisie Williams joins Riverdale cast at star-studded Comic Con party”] [metro-link url=”https://metro.co.uk/2019/07/21/game-thrones-scene-bronn-grabbed-podricks-crotch-improvised-says-star-jerome-flynn-10435185/” title=”That Game Of Thrones scene where Bronn grabbed Podrick’s crotch was improvised says star Jerome Flynn”]
22 Jul 19
News Archives Uk

Ouch. game of Thrones Star Nikolaj Coster-Waldau reportedly had an unexpected backlash when he was booed by fans at the San Diego Comic-Con this weekend. To the actor, who plays Jaime Lannister, joined stars like Isaac Hempstead Wright and Maisie Williams, who discussed the enormous backlash of the last season of Thrones, which proved to […]

22 Jul 19
Metro
All the feels (Picture: Getty Images North America) With the final season of Supernatural on our doorstep, stars Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles made their final Comic Con panel appearance with the show over the weekend. It’s an understatement to say things got totes emosh. The pair were in tears as they addressed an emotional crowd, as they bid farewell to the long-time show they’ve fronted the past 15 years. As they teased the final season, Jared and Jensen were joined in Hall H by co-stars Misha Collins and Alexander Calvert as well as the show’s executive producers Robert Singer, Andrew Dabb, Eugenie Ross-Leming, Bob Berens and Brad Buckner. The two play brothers Sam and Dean Winchester, who face an increasingly sinister landscape as they hunt monsters, demons and ghosts. Hence the title, we suppose. It didn’t take long before the pair were on the edge of springing the water works, as Jared said: ‘That’s so mean to start with us. I’m trying not to cry….’ ‘It really is hard to express the takeaway from the experience. Fourteen years and change is a long time,’ Jensen said of his time on the show, having said this appearance at Comic Con was the first in which he was ‘nervous’. Jared patted his eyes as he got emotional (Picture: Getty Images North America) It’s just too much (Picture: Getty Images North America) ‘This guy was just in his early 20s… you were just born.’ He continued: ‘We hooked it up in Vancouver thinking that we’d put our lives on hold for maybe a season or maybe two. And then we would come back and press play and life would go on. ‘It never got unpaused and I’m very thankful that it didn’t. It’s been quite a ride and it’s hard to express what we’re going to take from that. Life-long friends, experiences of a lifetime. It’s hard to put into words.’ As they continued, Jared dabbed his eyes with a tissue, the two colleagues clearly stirred by embarking on their final panel as part of the fan-favourite. ‘For me, Sam Winchester will never go away,’ Jared said, misty-eyed. The two thanked fans for their support and it’s safe to say that’s when the tears really started rolling for all involved. ‘Thanks for showing up,’ Jensen said. ‘Without you, we wouldn’t be here. It’s an amazing thing to see this many faces who appreciate what we do.’ The pair have starred on the show for 15 years (Picture: CW) While Jared added: ‘My cup floweth over. I’m going to miss you guys.’ Guys! In May the pair spoke at the CW upfronts about what’s ahead, however neither of them knew what would come of their characters. ‘We don’t know [the ending] yet,’ Jared told ET. ‘I think, to a certain degree, the fandom won’t be happy with any ending. Nor will we, to a certain degree. I don’t think any of us want to see this show go.’ Jensen added: ‘I don’t think we’ll ever say goodbye to these characters. ‘I mean, really, living with them for 15 years…is only the start… I think it was Stallone that said that “to the greatest imaginary friend I’ve ever had” talking about Rocky Balboa and I kinda feel the same way. These guys will live with us forever.’ There’s still not too much known about what the brothers will face in the final spooky season, with production yet to begin, but producers on the panel over the weekend promised that the upcoming year will be satisfying. [metro-tag-post-strip] ‘It’s the last year. We can take chances that we haven’t done before,’ Eugenie said. Andrew added: ‘It’s really exciting and scary. The things we have in mind, I guess about 30 percent of people will be really happy.’ However with one final ominous and looming warning they said ‘If you thought Game of Thrones was angry…’ Supernatural’s 15th season will air in the US in October. [metro-fact-box id=”7022752″ title=”Got a showbiz story?” icon=”exclamation” /] [metro-link url=”https://metro.co.uk/2019/07/21/tom-hiddleston-blesses-comic-con-presence-talk-time-travelling-loki-spin-off-10436102/” title=”Tom Hiddleston blesses Comic Con with his presence to talk time-travelling Loki spin-off”] [metro-link url=”https://metro.co.uk/2019/07/21/game-thrones-maisie-williams-joins-riverdale-cast-star-studded-comic-con-party-10434958/” title=”Game Of Thrones’ Maisie Williams joins Riverdale cast at star-studded Comic Con party”]