‘Game Of Thrones’ shocked viewers, yet again, on April 13, and actor Jack Gleeson opens up about the big episode in a brand new interview. MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD!
Game Of Thrones has had many stunning moments over the past seasons, but the April 13 Purple Wedding episode may have presented the biggest shocker of all. Fans are buzzing like crazy after last night’s stunner, but what does Jack Gleeson(who plays Joffrey) have to say? Keep reading to find out!
‘The Lion And The Rose’, the April 13 episode of ‘Game Of Thrones’, featured a pretty shocking death — but many were not too sad to see that person go. Read on to find out who was killed, and the many reasons why they had it coming! SPOILERS are ahead!
The April 13 episode of Game of Thrones featured a royal wedding, and in Westeros, we all know that a royal wedding spells death for a least one unlucky attendee. However, many are not exactly mourning this character’s loss. Read on, where we count the ways why this character was just asking to be murdered. And I can’t be more clear: if you click in, you will be spoiled.
There was a pretty shocking death on the April 13 episode of ‘Game Of Thrones’ — and this is a series pretty well-accustomed to death. However, there’s a certain amount of mystery surrounding who did the deed. Read on for some of the top theories!
The death during the Purple Wedding on the April 13 episode of Game of Thrones — “The Lion And The Rose” — was pretty shocking if you haven’t read the books. We don’t want to spoil it for you if you haven’t seen the episode yet, but if you have, read on for a roundup of all the top suspects and tell us whom you think did the deed! We repeat: SPOILERS below!
Plus, King Joffrey plays target practice with an unusual partner — and wins.
After finally having weird cave sex last week, Jon Snow (Kit Harington) and Ygritte climbed the next wall of their relationship on the May 5 episode of Game Of Thrones.Only their new ‘wall’ wasn’t metaphorical. It was very much the literal Wall of Westeros, and they nearly died trying to climb over.
Am I the only one more in love with Margaery every week? This girl knows how to play the ‘Game!’
The April 7 episode of Game of Throneswas all about big reveals: Not only did we finally learn about Bran’s mysterious power, but we also discovered that Margaery (Natalie Dormer) isn’t quite the innocent, politically naïve girl she claims to be. In fact, I’d say she’s the first person capable of taming the insufferable beast known as Joffrey (Jack Gleeson)!