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Arya Stark can officially hit the road!"Game of Thrones" star Maisie Williams passed her driving test with Red Driving School on Friday, posing for pictures with her new driving certificate. We're loving how completely British her real name looks on paper below -- "Miss Margaret Constance Williams.""Game of Thrones" Star Maisie Williams Proves She's No Tomboy The 17-year-old actress admitted that she was nervous prior to taking the test, but she used the same techniques she practices on the "GoT" set to calm her nerves. "It’s similar to acting because you’ve got to be in control of yourself at all times and it’s important to keep relaxed," she told Red."I didn’t tell anyone my test date, so no one knows I had my test this morning!" she added. "I was really scared leading up to it as it’s not something you can »
- tooFab Staff
The list of presenters also includes Emmy-nominated actors who will find out their fates at the ceremony. They include Ricky Gervais, who is nominated in the lead actor in a comedy category for Netflix’s “Derek” and Lena Headey, who is nominated for supporting actress in a drama for HBO’s “Game of Thrones.” Other presenters announced include Scott Bakula, Chris Hardwick, Katherine Heigl, Mindy Kaling, John Mulaney, Hayden Panettiere, Liev Schreiber, Kate Walsh and Allison Williams.
The Emmys will air live at on NBC 5 p.m. Pt/ 8 p.m. Et on Aug. »
- Kevin Noonan
With an Emmy freshly won this week for Outstanding Guest Actress, Uzo Aduba can relax and enjoy her gig as a presenter at this year’s Emmy Awards, and she’s in great company. Fellow presenters include Outstanding Guest Actor Emmy winner Joe Morton, Peter Pan topper Allison Williams, and frequent past Emmy host Ricky Gervais.
These performers will top out the list of presenters that already include True Detective pals Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson and Key and Peele. The 66th Annual Emmy Awards will air Aug. 25, 2014, with Seth Meyers as host. From a release sent by the Television Academy, »
- Teresa Jue
The final wave of Emmy presenters for Monday's ceremony have been announced. The stars who will take the stage to present their fellow industry members with awards include Uzo Aduba — already an Emmy winner this year for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series for her role on Netflix's “Orange is the New Black” — and Joe Morton, who took home the trophy for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series for his role on ABC's “Scandal.” Also read: Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon and Jimmy Kimmel Join Emmy Presenters Roster Lena Headey, who's nominated for Best Supporting Actress for “Game of. »
- Linda Ge
The final presenters have been set for the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards. Early Emmy winners Uzo Aduba (Orange Is the New Black) and Joe Morton (Scandal) have been added to the growing presenters list, as have Scott Bakula, Ricky Gervais, Chris Hardwick, Lena Headey, Katherine Heigl, Mindy Kaling, John Mulaney, Hayden Panettiere, Liev Schreiber, Kate Walsh and Allison Williams. Executive producer Don Mischer announced the news Friday. They join previously announced presenters Jimmy Fallon, Stephen Colbert, Halle Berry, Bryan Cranston, Viola Davis, Gwen Stefani, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Woody Harrelson, Julianna Margulies, Matthew McConaughey, Jim Parsons, Amy Poehler, Julia Roberts and Kerry
- Philiana Ng
Get ready for Hayden Panettiere's glam baby bump. I can exclusively reveal that the Nashville star will be making her first red carpet appearance since she confirmed her pregnancy at the 2014 Emmys, where she'll also be presenting. Panettiere actually didn't confirm she was expecting her first baby with fiance Wladimir Klitshcko until yesterday when she nominated her "unborn child" to do the Als ice bucket challenge. Rounding out the final list of Monday's presenters are Uzo Aduba, Scott Bakula, Ricky Gervais, Chris Hardwick, Lena Headey, Katherine Heigl, Mindy Kaling, Joe Morton, Liev Schrieber, Kate Walsh, Allison Williams and John Mulaney from the upcoming Fox series »
When it comes to analyzing awards, the Emmys are the hardest to gauge. The Academy Awards have the luxury of looking to Guild Awards or BAFTAs, which share a voting body with the Academy, but the Emmys noms are determined by a panel of unknown—and unpredictable—judges, before going to the voting body. Still, Variety’s Debra Birnbaum and Jenelle Riley take their best guess at who will bring home the gold Monday night.
Supporting Actor in a Drama
Jenelle: In a category of stellar turns, it’s really a three-man race between previous winners Aaron Paul for the final season of “Breaking Bad,” and Peter Dinklage for “Game of Thrones” and three-time Emmy nominee Jon Voight of “Ray Donovan.” Dinklage submitted a showy episode where he gets a great speech, demanding a trial by combat. Voight is beloved and considered the best thing about the Showtime drama. Still, »
- Debra Birnbaum and Jenelle Riley
Lena Headey is one mother of talented actor...but she wasn't always known for playing one of the fiercest Lannister women in all the realm. Before the Game of Thrones star was nominated for her first-ever Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama, she was slinging pizzas for drunk people! Can you even imagine it? Obviously, she's come a long way from her first job, and we hope she takes home the hardware on Monday. To celebrate some of our favorite first-timers like Headey this awards season, we asked them all five burning questions. Check out what Orange Is the New Black's Uzo Aduba had to say about her early win, see all of Scandal's Joe Morton's answers, and read Fargo's »
Wondering how to get ready for the big show? Clear your schedule (no, really, your entire schedule) for a nonstop day of food, drinks, and all the TV episodes you need to watch to be an Emmy expert.
You’ll need energy for this, so kick off the binge with orange juice, black coffee, and Orange Is the New Black standout episode “Lesbian Request Denied.”
Time is a flat circle. Also a flat circle: pancakes! Eat some with True Detective episode 4, “Who Goes There.”
- Marc Snetiker
Because it's NBC's turn to air the Primetime Emmy Awards this year, and because the Peacock would understandably rather air its lucrative Sunday night NFL package in September, the ceremony will take place in late August again. And as an added wrinkle, this year's ceremony will actually happen on a Monday, August 25 at 8 p.m., with Seth Meyers hosting. Between now and then, Dan and I will be making our picks for both who should and will win many of the major categories — if you're wagering, keep in mind that Dan tends to be much better at predicting the winners than I am, but also that he was just as flummoxed as I by last year's winners like Jeff Daniels, Merritt Wever and Bobby Cannavale — continuing as we shift into the acting categories with comedy and drama supporting actress. Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Mayim Bialik, "The Big Bang Theory" Julie Bowen, »
- Alan Sepinwall
In our new prediction slugfest video, Gold Derby Editors are wary of declaring Anna Gunn ("Breaking Bad") a lock to win Best Drama Supporting Actress because Emmy voters always like to throw us a few surprises. In particular, there are two other ladies with stand-out episode submissions that make this a real race: Joanne Froggatt ("Downton Abbey") and Christine Baranski ("The Good Wife"). Joining me in our latest video (watch below) are Rob Licuria, Daniel Montgomery, Matt Noble and Charles Bright as we analyze the episodes submitted to Emmy judges as examples of their best work from the past TV season. Gunn went with "Ozymandias," Froggatt chose "Episode 4.2" and Baranski submitted "The Last Call." Other nominees: Maggie Smith for "Downton Abbey" ("The London Season"), Christina Hendricks for "Mad Men" ("The Strategy") and Lena Headey for "Game of Thrones" ("T..." »
Robert Altman would be proud. His signature ensemble filmmaking style has become the norm rather than the exception in dramatic series. However magnetic the leads, they’re invariably surrounded by distinctive character players who get multiple chances to shine across a typical season.
Which creates an annual knotty problem for Emmy voters as they consider the supporting categories. Some turns can be singled out as guest actor or actress — late-1980s additions conveniently allowing the academy to spread a little more wealth around. But nominators are still faced with tapping only a select few per skein. Even more mysteriously, they’re wont to proffer a nod one year, only to deny one the next for the very same role. For example, the first year “Modern Family” was eligible, everyone in the cast but Ed O’Neill received a nom. For the next three years, the entire ensemble was recognized. But this year, »
- Bob Verini
This is Lena Headey's first Best Drama Supporting Actress nomination for her role as Cersei Lannister on "Game of Thrones." Can she upset frontrunner Anna Gunn ("Breaking Bad") and take home an Emmy? -Break- Exclusive video: 'Game of Thrones' star Lena Headey defends controversial sex scene Synopsis: In "The Lion and the Rose," all of King's Landing is preparing for the royal wedding of King Joffrey (Jack Gleeson) and Margaery Tyrell (Natalie Dormer). At the pre-wedding banquet, Joffrey is lavished with gifts, including a Valyrian steel sword that his grandfather, Tywin Lannister (Charles Dance), had forged in a prior episode. Joffrey begins to torment his uncle Tyrion (Peter Dinklage) by contemptuously chopping in half the rare book Tyrion had given to him. At the reception after the wedding ceremony, Lady Olenna (Diana Rigg) reminds Tywin of the debt the crown owes to the Iron Bank of Braavos. »
Richardson, 16, had assumed that she’d be back in the role of Myrcella for Game of Throne’s fifth season. As the second oldest Baratheon child – that was actually born of the incest between her mother Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey) and Cersei's twin brother Jamie (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) – Myrcella stood to be crowned queen following Joffrey’s (Jack Gleeson) death at The Purple Wedding.
Following The Purple Wedding episode, Richardson took to Vine, placing a crown upon her head and saying, “I’m ready.”
Unfortunately for Richardson, Game of Thrones producers announced at Comic-Con that Nell Tiger Free would be replacing her in the role of Myrcella for the upcoming season. Once again taking to Vine, Richardson »
Not-so-good news for Breaking Bad‘s Anna Gunn and Downton Abbey‘s Maggie Smith. Not since Huff‘s Blythe Danner strode up to the podium in 2006 has there been a repeat winner in the Emmy race for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series.
If Emmy voters continue the trend of spreading the wealth in the category, Gunn and Smith — who respectively snagged Supporting Actress statuettes in 2013 and 2012 — will have to settle for the honor of simply being nominated.
Related Emmys 2014: Who Should Win Lead Actor in a Drama? Take Our Poll!
The global cultural phenomenon Game of Thrones returns for its fourth season on Blu-ray and DVD from HBO Home Entertainment on February 17, 2015 and is loaded with exclusive bonus content, including extensive guides and illustrated histories.
This hit HBO series has broken ratings records and topped The Sopranos to become the most popular show in the network's history. Season 4 continues this winning streak with 19 Emmy Awards nominations including Outstanding Drama Series, Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series (Peter Dinklage) and Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series (Lena Headey).
Each year, Game of Thrones continues to be one of the best-selling TV programs available on Blu-ray and DVD, and Game of Thrones: The Complete Fourth Season is packed with even more exclusive bonus content including roundtable discussions, on-set interviews, audio commentaries, and brand new animated histories giving fans hours of extensive, never-before-seen material.
In Season 4, while the Lannisters' hold »
The global cultural phenomenon Game of Thrones returns for its fourth season on Blu-ray and DVD from HBO Home Entertainment on 16th February 2015 and is loaded with exclusive bonus content, including extensive guides and illustrated histories. This hit HBO series has broken ratings records and topped The Sopranos℠ to become the most popular show in the network’s history. Season four continues this winning streak with 19 Emmy® Awards nominations including Outstanding Drama Series, Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series (Peter Dinklage) and Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series (Lena Headey). Extra Features Blu-ray – includes all DVD features plus: · In-Episode Guide – In-feature resource that provides background information about on-screen characters, locations and relevant histories. Histories & Lore – Learn about the mythology of Westeros as told from the varying perspectives of the characters themselves. DVD: · Behind the Battle for the Wall – Follow the cast and crew as they »
A new blooper reel released at Comic-Con in San Diego shows “Game of Thrones” stars bumbling lines, clowning around and otherwise adding some levity the serious business of blood and iron in the Seven Kingdoms. Stars like Emilia Clarke, Lena Headey and Peter Dinklage don’t let the show’s heavy themes detract from the fun. In the clip, Charles Dance (Lord Tywin Lannister) sits impatiently on the Iron Throne until he realizes it’s his turn to say lines, only he forgets what they are. [...] »
Following the blooper reel that HBO showed during their Game of Thrones Comic-Con panel in Hall H, the producers announced new cast members for Season 5. Take a look at the video announcement, then read on to learn more about these new characters with the network's official press release.
HBO has confirmed some of the new cast members for the fifth season of the hit series Game of Thrones, with many of them appearing in a video that was unveiled today at Comic-Con International: San Diego 2014.
Among the new actors and the characters they will portray are:
Alexander Siddig as Doran Martell
Doran Martell is the ruling lord of Dorne and older brother to the late Prince Oberyn Martell. Unlike his brother, Doran is even-tempered and deliberate. Now, all of Dorne waits to see how their lord will react to his brother's death.
Toby Sebastian as Trystane Martell
Trystane Martell is »
The Game of Thrones cast is growing for season five. HBO announced several new additions to the world of Westeros at San Diego Comic-Con 2014. Here's the breakdown of the new Dorne figures coming to shake things up: Alexander Siddig will play Doran Martell, the ruling lord of Dorne and the older brother to Prince Oberyn Martell (Pedro Pascal). Doran Martell is described as even-tempered and deliberate. Toby Sebastian will play Trystane Martell, son to Prince Doran and heir to the Dorne. He's betrothed to Mycrella Baratehon as part of an alliance offered by Tywin Lannister (Charles Dance). Nell Tiger Free will play Mycrella, the eldest child of Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey) and King Robert »
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