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Game Of Thrones season 5: what we learned from the Blu-rays

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We’ve scoured the episode commentaries from the Game Of Thrones season 5 Blu-ray set - and here are 125 things we found out.

Warning: contains spoilers for Game Of Thrones season 5.

You're busy people. We know this. Much as you'd like to, you may not have time to watch a dozen hours of Game Of Thrones episode commentaries in order to glean the odd fact with which to impress/bore your nearest and dearest.

That's where we come in.

Below are 125 Things We Learned from the Game Of Thrones season five Blu-ray set, packaged for your edification. Number 64 will blow your mind!!! Hang on, no, that one's not actually very interesting. But some of the rest of them are. A bit, anyway. Well, we thought so.

1. The original pilot script described the opening credits as from the perspective of a raven flying over a map from Castle Black to King’s Landing.
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"Gone Girl's" Rosamund Pike To Receive Major Palm Springs Film Fest Award!

Rosamund Pike nearly stole the show in David Fincher's "Gone Girl" but he stole the hearts of the Palm Springs International Film Festival's committee members. The actress is getting the Breakthrough Performance Award! Last year, "12 Years A Slave's" Lupita Nyong'o received the same award and walked all the way to Oscar glory!

Pike is joining recently announced recipients Eddie Redmayne, Julianne Moore, and J.K. Simmons. Here's the press release:

Palm Springs, CA (November 21, 2014) . The 26th annual Palm Springs International Film Festival (Psiff) will present Rosamund Pike with the Breakthrough Performance Award, Actress at its annual Awards Gala. The Gala will also present awards to previously announced honorees Julianne Moore, Eddie Redmayne and J.K. Simmons. Presented by Cartier, and hosted by Mary Hart, the Awards Gala will be held Saturday, January 3 at the Palm Springs Convention Center. The Festival runs January 2-12.

.Rosamund Pike perfectly taps into Gillian Flynn.s
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"The Vampire Diaries" Goes "Cosmopolitan"

  • SneakPeek
Sneak Peek actress Nina Dobrev, star of The CW's 'vampire' TV series "The Vampire Diaries" in a new pictorial and video for the September 2013 issue of "Cosmopolitan" Magazine.

The Canadian actress started her performance career by modeling followed by commercials, then film acting in the features "Fugitive Pieces", "Away from Her" and "Never Cry Werewolf", before scoring a part in the long-running TV series, "Degrassi: The Next Generation".

After appearing in a number of Lifetime original movies, she played in the MTV movie "The American Mall", before landing the lead in The CW's vampire series "The Vampire Diaries".

In the series, still going strong, Dobrev plays the dual role of 'Katherine Pierce', a vampire loved by two human brothers during the American Civil War and Katherine's doppelgänger 'Elena Gilbert', a human who is caught between the same two brothers, who are now the vampires, 'Damon' and 'Stefan Salvatore'.

In 2011, Dobrev
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2013: the year ahead in books

From a full programme of film and stage adaptations to a new James Bond novel, unpublished works by Rs Thomas and Wg Sebald and a new prize for women writers, 2013 is set to be a real page-turner


10th The Oscar nominations are announced unusually early this year. Keep an eye out for a bumper crop of literary adaptations, including David Mitchell's Cloud Atlas, Yann Martel's Life of Pi, the David Nicholls-scripted Great Expectations, as well as Les Miserables, Anna Karenina and The Hobbit.

18th A new stage adaptation of Henry James's The Turn of the Screw at the Almeida theatre in London. In the year of the centenary of Benjamin Britten's birth, his musical version will also feature around the country in both concert and stage performances.

24th The finalists for the fifth Man Booker International prize will be announced at the Jaipur festival.
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Why We're Hoping For a Triple Agent as 'Homeland' Prepares to Set Up a New Season

Why We're Hoping For a Triple Agent as 'Homeland' Prepares to Set Up a New Season
The article below contains spoilers for "In Memoriam," the December 9th, 2012 episode of "Homeland." Once upon a time there was a girl named Carrie (Claire Danes) and a boy named Brody (Damian Lewis), and they met at a time of war and strife, and despite one of them being crazy and the other married and a terrorist, they fell in love and lived happily ever after. Well, that last part seems unlikely. But "In Memoriam," Sunday's episode of "Homeland" directed by Jeremy Podeswa ("Fugitive Pieces") and written by Chip Johannessen, brought the season's high-pitched terrorist attack arc to an end by having Carrie, following a not entirely sensical semantic clue she picked up on from Roya's (Zuleikha Robinson) use of a particular word for "run," realizing that Abu Nazir (Navid Negahban) was still hiding in the tunnels of the building to which he took her. After a tense sequence in which Carrie and.
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Exclusive: Ayelet Zurer Talks Darling Companion, Man of Steel

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Exclusive: Ayelet Zurer Talks Darling Companion, Man of Steel
With her statuesque beauty, Israeli-born actress Ayelet Zurer has made a strong impression in genre fare like “Vantage Point” and “Angels & Demons,” and especially heavy, hard-hitting dramas like “Fugitive Pieces,” ”Adam Resurrected” and Steven Spielberg’s “Munich,” in which she plays Eric Bana’s sympathetic wife and serves as his emotional mooring. Writer-director Lawrence Kasdan’s “Darling Companion,” then, represents a nice, unexpected change-up for Zurer, who plays Carmen, an exotic seasonal housesitter who ends up helping her employers (Diane Keaton and Kevin Kline) search for their missing dog, and in the process develops an unexpected connection with a member of their extended family, Bryan (Mark Duplass). ShockYa recently had a chance to sit down with Zurer one-on-one, and talk [ Read More ]
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Rosamund Pike: 'I was amazed that Rowan Atkinson even knew who I was'

Rosamund Pike surprised everyone when she was cast as a Bond Girl 10 years ago. And now she is spoofing that role in Johnny English Reborn

It feels strange to say that Johnny English Reborn is something of a revelation. It isn't the film itself – a tepid spy spoof sequel starring Rowan Atkinson and Dominic West, with the occasional blast of amusement and much slapstick. The unexpected element here comes in the form of Rosamund Pike, playing a top MI7 psychologist named Kate Sumner.

Pike provides both comic foil and love interest for Atkinson – all wide eyes, earnest expressions and fitted shift dresses. But her presence is never less than amusing; it's there in the tilt of her neck, the set of her shoulders, and, more than anywhere, in her face – the faint creases around the eyes and the corner of the mouth breathe humour into that famously crisp beauty. The
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Rosamund Pike: 'I seek adventure all the time'

Rosamund Pike has been shaking off her taffeta-and-lace typecasting with a run of sharp comic roles lately. She talks to John Patterson about keeping things interesting

A discernible groundswell has slowly been building under Rosamund Pike's career since this actor, hitherto lumbered with a grave ice-princess image and a profile seemingly custom-sculpted for heritage telly, suddenly flexed her comedic muscles in An Education two years ago. She was the transcendentally vacant, dimwit-goddess girlfriend of one of its shadier characters. Seeing the ostensibly buttoned-down, corseted-up Pike fire off delirious comic fusillades one after another was like watching Monica Vitti suddenly burst into song, or Angela Rippon dancing with Morecambe and Wise: delightful, and totally unexpected. Who knew?

American critics are agreeing that Pike has become the best reason to see any movie she's in: she has crept up on them in a succession of tasty supporting roles since An Education.
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Katia Winter Prepares For Killing Game

Katia Winter Prepares For Killing Game
First it was called Fury. Then it became Deathgames, to avoid confusion with a certain Marvel character. And what's now for the time being called The Killing Game has just landed Katia Winter as its female lead. She'll star alongside the other Fury himself, Samuel L Jackson, and Twilight's Kellan Lutz.The indie action thriller features Lutz as a poor schmo kidnapped by Jackson's evil mastermind, and forced to participate in gladiatorial combat for the pleasure of online gamblers*. Nina Dobrev from Fugitive PIeces and TV's Vampire Diaries, and Lost's Daniel Dae Kim are also already on-hand as fighters, as is James Remar as "Tall Man" (another one!). But the word "lead" suggests that Winter, as "Milla", will be the Sonja Blade / Nina Williams type that we're especially rooting for. We hope it doesn't just mean throwaway action movie eye candy love interest for Lutz.The Swedish Katia only moved to La in March,
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The Hotcast: Ben Browder in a fedora

Stargate: SG1 and Farscape star Ben Browder is putting on a fedora to take down some rogue AI's. The Sf icon has been cast as the lead in a new webseries called Naught For Hire.

Set 20 years in the future, the 13 part webseries will follow Nick Naught, P.I., "...an an analog guy in a digital world who relies on instinct to guide him through a world filled with malfunctioning technology."

Other characters in the upcoming series include Naught's Phone (!), Elevator (!!) and Computer (!!!). It's like Doctor McCoy's nightmares come to life.

While I'm a bit tired of "analog detectives in a digital world" tropes, the webseries is by Jeffrey Berman, a former producer on The Kids In The Hall TV series and the well received feature film Fugitive Pieces (2007). The series premieres on-line this fall.

And now, some Ben Browder to get you in the mood:   

Source: GateWorld » Ben Browder
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'The Twilight Saga: New Moon' star Rachelle Lefevre to present at Scotiabank Giller Prize gala

The Twilight Saga: New Moon and Barney's Version star Rachelle Lefevre is slated to present Anne Michaels' The Winter Vault next Tuesday, November 10th, at the Scotiabank Giller Prize gala, according to a recent report. The gala is one which celebrates novels and their authors by awarding cash prizes for selection by a panel of judges. The first place winner of the award will receive $50,000. Lefevre is a notable proponent of the arts. In her tweets, she talks about various pieces of literature and film that she enjoys and encourages her followers and friends to check out books like Coco Before Chanel and Where The Wild Things Are. The author whose work she is presenting at the gala, Anne Michaels, also wrote the celebrated Fugitive Pieces: A Novel as well as other works like The Weight of Oranges/Miner's Pond, and Skin Divers (poetry coll ...
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'The Tudors' Attracts 2.3 million BBC Audience

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The first episode of the third series of 'The Tudors', broadcast on BBC2 last Friday night, drew an average audience of 2.3 million over the 90-minute show which started at 9.00pm. This figure is almost 1 million more than the programme's usual audience average. Filmed in Ireland, Morgan O'Sullivan (P.S I Love You) returns as executive producer for the series, with Dearbhla Walsh (Little Dorrit), Ifta winner Ciaran Donnelly (Inspector George Gently) and Jeremy Podewsa (Fugitive Pieces) directing.
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Joely Richardson Joins the Cast of 'The Tudors'

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Brit actress Joely Richardson, best known for her role in 'Nip/Tuck', has joined the cast of 'The Tudors'. Richardson will portray Catherine Parr, Henry VIII's (Jonathon Rhys Meyers) sixth and last wife. Richardson will appear in a five-episode arc on the show's fourth and final season which is currently into the first month of its six month shoot in Ardmore Studios Co. Wicklow, Kilruddery House and Powerscourt Gardens. Morgan O'Sullivan (P.S I Love You) returns as executive producer for this final series, with Dearbhla Walsh (Little Dorrit), Ifta winner Ciaran Donnelly (Inspector George Gently) and Jeremy Podewsa (Fugitive Pieces) directing.
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Producers in on 'Outlander'

Producers in on 'Outlander'
Film rights to Gil Adamson's historical novel "The Outlander" have been picked up by Trudie Styler's Xingu Films, Sandra Cunningham's Strada Films and Robin Cass and Anna Stratton's Triptych Media.

Published last year by House of Anansi Press, "Outlander" tells the tale of a 19-year-old woman struggling to survive in the Canadian wilderness while being pursued by her late husband's brothers who are seeking revenge for his murder.

Xingu's most recent feature, "Moon," a sci-fi tale starring Sam Rockwell, was released last month by Sony Pictures Classics. Toronto-based Strada recently produced "Fugitive Pieces" with Serendipity Point Films. Triptych's credits include "Emotional Arithmetic," starring Susan Sarandon and Gabriel Byrne.
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Darwin Beats Canada -- 'Creation' Will Open Tiff

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Traditionally, Canadian films have opened the Toronto International Film Festival. It's only natural -- one of the biggest film festivals taking place in Canada makes it the perfect springboard for Canuck cinema. Last year it was Paul Gross' Passchendaele. And before that: Fugitive Pieces, The Journals of Knud Rasmussen, and Water. But Darwin is once again changing things. That meddlesome man!

The Hollywood Reporter posts that Tiff has picked their opening film, and it will be the Charles Darwin film Creation from director Jon Amiel. (Starring the husband and wife team of Paul Bettany and Jennifer Connelly.) Fest co-director Cameron Bailey says: "By telling a story on many levels, weaving scenes from past and present, this depiction of Darwin promises to deeply move audiences by drawing them into the conflicted mind of a man who presented a concept that changed the world." But is it a story that needed to be told opening night?
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Shooting to Commence on 'The Tudors'

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Shooting is scheduled to begin in Dublin on Monday, 15 June, on the fourth and final series of 'The Tudors'. Morgan O'Sullivan returns as executive producer, with Dearbhla Walsh (Little Dorrit), Ifta winner Ciaran Donnelly and Jeremy Podewsa (Fugitive Pieces) directing. Ten episodes have been commissioned for the series which carries a budget of €20 million. Written by Michael Hirst, crew includes Dop Ousam Rawi and Ifta and Emmy winning costume designer Joan Bergin returning to work alongside Production Designer Tom Conroy. Editing will take place in Canada.
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Satellite Nominees are an Embarrassment of Snubs

The International Press Academy announced their nominees for the 13th Annual Satellite Awards and it is a mixed bag of snubs across the board and further proof the idea of separating Drama, Comedy and Musicals is just about the dumbest idea around as they are Really reaching by including Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist as a comedy or a musical. I would even say Happy-Go-Lucky and Vicky Cristina Barcelona don't fit the category. What was so funny about Poppy being attacked by her driving instructor? Where was the comedy in VCB? Gimme a break. it's going to be even worse when the Globes nominate something like High School Musical 3 and Mamma Mia! instantly giving them some kind of credibility. However, category distinction aside the absence of The Curious Case of Benjamin Button from all categories makes me wonder if any of these people even saw all the films. Take for
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Samuel Goldwyn Films gets "American Violet"

Samuel Goldwyn Films has picked up U.S. distribution rights to the drama "American Violet" which Tim Disney helms. Written by Bill Haney ("The Price of Sugar"), the film is based on true events and tells of a mother in Texas who's mistakenly swept up during a drug raid. Alfre Woodard and newcomer Nicole Beharie star. Also in the cast are Tim Blake Nelson, Michael O'Keefe and Charles S. Dutton. This is apparently due for release by Samuel Goldwyn Films in March next year. The studio has a strong reputation with some indie gems on offer, the most recent including "Trumbo," "2 Days in Paris," "Fugitive Pieces," "Goya's Ghosts" and the recent box office surprise "Fireproof" starring Kirk Cameron which is still enjoying the fruits of its labor.
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Cannes Producer's Patch: Maximum Films Int.

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[/link].  Maximum Films has the Romanian film Boogie in the Director's Fortnight and Egoyan's latest in the comp. Here are three I'm looking forward to: the Ioncinema.com profiled Sophie Barthes and Cold Souls, the Sundance docu favorite Trouble the Water and of course the Egoyan film. Adoration by Atom Egoyan - Completed     American Trap (Piege Americain)  - Completed     Americaneast  by Hesham Issawi - Completed     Before The Rains  by Santosh Sivan - Completed     Boogie by Radu Muntean - Completed     Chicago 10  by Brett Morgan - Completed     Cold Souls  by Sophie Barthes - Post-Production     Fugitive Pieces  by Jeremy Podeswa - Completed     Otto; Or, Up With People  by Bruce Labruce - Completed     Real Time  by Randall Cole - Completed     The Guitar  by Amy Redford - Completed     The Waiting Room  by Roger Goldby - Completed     Trouble The Water  by Carl Deal,
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Fugitive Pieces

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In the opening scenes of Jeremy Podeswa's adaptation of Anne Michaels' novel Fugitive Pieces, a young boy hides in his house in Poland in 1942, and through the cracks in the baseboard, he watches Nazis kill his parents and abduct his sister. Throughout the film, Podeswa cuts back and forth between the story of how that little boy survived the war and how as an adult (played by Stephen Dillane) he tries to make a new life for himself in Canada as an author and professor. Yet even as Dillane is living in a well-appointed home with lovely young social butterfly Rosamund Pike, he still takes a worm's-eye view of life, always peering through the cracks. By and large, Fugitive Pieces is a familiar Holocaust survivor's tale, in that it's about a group of people—Dillane and the remaining people he knows from back home—who are so scarred by their.
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