That was the Tyrion I loved. Man was he smooth.
Emilia Clarke portrait for Emmys (2019)
Emma Watson's official portrait for UN
Good old times when these were the big issues.
[SPOILERS] GRRM and some of the young cast from 2009.
A reminder that a dragon slayer was bested by a teenage girl in 4 seconds.
My favorite moment from a GoT cast member interview
The 2 people I hope win awards tomorrow.
Jennifer Lawrence and Natalie Dormer make up the best red carpet moment, imho
Maisie Williams for Tings (2019)
One damn good mask
Scarlett Johansson for Elle (2004)
Natalie Portman for Dior
Emma Watson photographed by Andrea Carter Bowman
[SPOILERS] If there is one complaint I have with the show, its the lack of Ghost with Jon Snow in his battles. Fan Art: Jon Snow and Ghost, by Mujia Liao.
[SPOILERS] The morning is light and full of laughs...
Salma Hayek at 52
The award for the most mysterious yet the most useless location goes to ...
George ignored in the picture just as logic was in S8.
Natalie Dormer for Boston Common
Jenna Coleman is an English Rose
[NO SPOILERS] As the 2010's come to an end, looking back GoT defined the decade in TV and was one of the most influential pop culture phenomenons. No matter how it ended, it was a hell of a ride.
Today its been 5 years since the most underrated battle episode of the show aired. Back when military commanders used sensible tactics, character deaths had impact and when Jon Snow was the formidable warrior who majorly influenced the outcome of the battle.
Everybody be talking about Ghost. No love for my man who has now lost 2 siblings and an uncle in a very short time?
Elizabeth Olsen for Violet Grey
Season 8 so far.
[SPOILERS] The song of ice and fire. His purpose was to defeat the threats of ice and fire.
Peak Game of Thrones was able to hit you right in the feels with just a single sentence.
[SPOILERS] Beyond The Wall by Andy Fairhurst
Ana de Armas
Emma Watson, What A Stunner
(Spoilers Main) Rereading the books and I must say this role was perfectly played.
Great photo of the Targs
Emma Watson for Elle Spain (2015)
Emilia Clarke for Vanity Fair
Margot Robbie 11/10
Ser Friendzone in his youth.
Natalie Dormer for Nylon
Say what you will about his acting, but he is the best physical actor on the show. His action scenes will remain iconic.
Alexandra Daddario in Baywatch
GoT big 5. Photographed by Annie Leibovitz (2014)
Good meme from back in the day
Emilia Clarke for Vogue
Elizabeth Olsen turns 31 today
Emilia Clarke is a stunner
Keira Knightley is a beauty
Amy Adams in American Hustle
Emilia Clarke for Elle France (2019)
Charlize Theron in 2000
[NO SPOILERS] Reaching the Wall by Gary Laib. Beautiful and atmospheric art depicting one of my favorite duo in Westeros.
One of Alison Brie's sexiest pics
Fuck this bald cunt.
More chemistry in S4 photoshoot than actual show. Thanks to the writing.
Never forget the OG.
Eva Green in Casino Royale
Ashley Benson turns 30 Today
These 2 have fought and survived the most battles on the show: Battle at Castle Black, Hardhome, Bastardbowl, Battle beyond the Wall and Battle of Winterfell.
By what right does the wolf judge the lion? Peak GoT didn't need expensive vfx, epic music and pointless twists to craft beautiful and memorable scenes.
Maisie Williams & Sophie Turner
Natalie Portman is 37 today
Jennifer Lawrence in Red Sparrow
[SPOILERS] Hardhome by Andyfairhurst
Damn the visuals this season have been stunningly good.
A reminder that Jon when written by GRRM is a really cool character.
Alison Brie & Emmy Rossum
[SPOILERS] My pick for the most powerful moments in each season.
A Young Salma Hayek
Lily Collins is a stunner
Lily Collins (with a slight tease)
Margot Robbie's first appearance in Wolf of Wall Street cast a spell on me
Ana de Armas looking class in red
Lily Collins is gorgeous
Margot Robbie for Madame Figaro (2019)
Scarlett Johansson turns 33
After Season 8 I now wish this remained permanent rather than to see what became of my favorite character.
Olivia Munn backstage on Letterman
I think S8 writing appears to have stained the legacy of this man. But there is no doubt that he directed some of the best episodes in the shows history, and oversaw the work that took television to cinematic heights. Miguel Sapochnik is a GoT legend imo.
Dragonstone by Philip Straub from The World of Ice and Fire shows how Dragonstone is supposed to look.