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We’re back with another trailer round-up. This time around we have new footage from Game of Thrones Season 5, the final trailer for the newly released Alien Outpost, and a new teaser video for Avengers: Age of Ultron.
“Game of Thrones follows kings and queens, knights and renegades, liars and noblemen who are engaged in a deadly cat-and-mouse game for control of the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros. As betrayal, lust, intrigue and supernatural forces shake the four corners of the Kingdoms, their bloody struggle for the Iron Throne will have unforeseen and far-reaching consequences.”
Season 5 of Game of Thrones will premiere on Sunday, April 12th, but fans of the epic fantasy series can relive the last two episodes of Season 4 and watch an exclusive Season 5 trailer in IMAX theaters from January 29th – February 5th. To see the full list of participating theaters, visit:
- Derek Anderson
Hot on the heels of the new trailer for Game of Thrones' fifth season, HBO has released a bunch of new photos on the show's Facebook page. We've got new characters (including Jonathan Pryce's High Sparrow and Alexander Siddig's Doran Martell), new locations, and new costumes. Tyrion's even grown a beard; that boat he got on last year was apparently going to Portland. »
- Nate Jones
Hot on the heels of the newly released “Game of Thrones” season five trailer, HBO has debuted 18 photos from the show’s upcoming run.
A number of new characters are featured in the stills, including Jonathan Pryce as the High Sparrow, an influential religious leader who will play a pivotal role in the political maneuvers going on in King’s Landing in season five; Alexander Siddig as Doran Martell, brother to Oberyn Martell (Pedro Pascal) — who was killed in a memorable showdown with Gregor “The Mountain” Clegane (Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson) last season; and Deobia Opaeri as Areo Hotah, Doran’s personal bodyguard. Notably absent from the stills are the Sand Snakes, the illegitimate daughters of Prince Oberyn.
The final two episodes of season four are currently showing in Imax theaters across the country.
“Game of Thrones” season five premieres April 12 at 9 p.m. on HBO.
- Laura Prudom
The pics show plenty of new faces to the "Thrones" cast, including the older brother of the late Prince Oberyn -- Doran Martell, played by Alexander Siddig, as well as Jonathan Pryce as the High Sparrow.
Daenerys Targaryen looked strong and stunning in a new pic of her (Emilia Clarke) in a white gown.
Photos: 'Game Of Thrones' -- Brand New Pics From Season 5
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"Game of Thrones" is back and more gruesome than ever!A brand new look at the upcoming season of the hit series premiered during IMAX screenings of Season Four's final two episodes, "The Watchers on the Wall" and "The Children." HBO released the official teaser after one "Got" fan recorded the footage and leaked the clip online. Snakes, dragons, revenge plots and a haggard-looking Tyrion -- this season is going to be goooood! Post by Game of Thrones. Season 5 also will feature a dozen new characters, including the High Sparrow (Jonathan Pryce) and Doran Martell (Alexander Siddig).But there are some familiar faces who won't be seen in the new episodes – Bran Stark (Isaac Hempstead), Meera Reed (Ellie Kendrick) and Hodor (Kristian Nairn). "We have a season off," Nairn told the Australian Broadcasting Company earlier this year. "We have a year's hiatus… Solely because, I imagine, our storyline is up »
- tooFab Staff
April is coming. But the first official photos of the new season of HBO’s “Game of Thrones” are here now. Hot on the heels of the official Season 5 trailer, HBO bestowed fans with a visual feast worthy of any lovingly described Westeros feast. Eighteen high-resolution promotional stills await your hungry eyes. There’s a good mix of fan favorites and new faces. We don’t get any Sand Snakes, but Ellaria Sand is there to represent the women of Dorne. In what was new information for me, Deobia Opaeri is portrayed as playing Doran Martell’s captain of the guard, Areo Hotah. Brace yourselves, anti-race-bending racists will be up in arms over that one. Speaking of Doran Martell, HBO traded in an elderly, sickly, gout-ridden man for Alexander Siddig. The role of elderly man instead went to Jonathan Pryce who will introduce the Sparrows into play. There’s also »
- Donna Dickens
Fresh off about 12 hours of leaked footage from IMAX screenings, HBO has finally released the official version of the Game of Thrones season 5 trailer. It’s an embed from Facebook, so you might want to hit the little full screen button, put on some headphones and crank the volume, because this ride is about to get a little bumpy… Watch the Game of Thrones season 5 trailer below and then we’ll discuss and share some photos. Post by Game of Thrones. As we’ve noted several times in our coverage of Game of Thrones, season four went off-book quite a bit. Season five is about to take that idea to the next level, placing a number of characters on collision courses that aren’t exactly in George R.R. Martin’s source material. Most notably, Jaime Lannister (Nicolaj Coster-Waldau) is heading to Dorne to meet with Prince Oberyn’s brother Doran (played by Alexander Siddig) and a few »
- Neil Miller
Movie, TV and media experts are convinced that the “Game of Thrones” run that starts this weekend in IMAX theaters has the potential to break ground and expand the TV-to-big screen pipeline wider than ever.
“This is an opportunity for us,” IMAX Entertainment President Greg Foster told TheWrap this week, hours before the HBO TV hit rolled out on 205 giant screen theaters nationwide. “It’s an experiment. If it works, certainly it could lead to other opportunities for us.”
That goes for movie theater chains and independents, the TV industry, alternative content specialists and consumers, as well.
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- Todd Cunningham
The Game of Thrones Season 5 riches just keep piling up like Lannister gold, don’t they?
Soon after the series’ latest trailer hit the Internet Friday, HBO released a spate of photos from upcoming episodes. (You know you want to dive in, so go!)
Shots from the forthcoming season show many of your old favorites — Jon Snow, Daenerys, Brienne, Arya, the Lannister siblings — as well as new players like The High Sparrow (played by Jonathan Pryce, the Pirates of the Caribbean films) and Doran Martell (played by Alexander Siddig, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine).
Do you see your favorite characters? »
Bad news for fans of the book series HBO hit series “Game of Thrones” is based on: U.K. publisher HarperCollins reportedly does not currently have a plan to release the sixth installment in George R.R. Martin‘s epic series in 2015.
The news, reported by The Guardian on Friday, is troubling for fans of the TV series, as Season 5 of “Game of Thrones” will have caught up with all the books published thus far. Martin has been working on the latest book, called “The Winds of Winter,” since the release of “A Dance With Dragons” in 2011.
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- Joe Otterson
Sneak Peek the first official trailer revealing footage from "Game of Thrones" -Season 5, debuting April 12, 2015 on HBO, adapting "A Dance with Dragon", the fifth book in author George R.R. Martin's "A Song of Ice and Fire" series of bestselling fantasy novels:
"...the balance of power shifts drastically as 'Cersei Lannister' rules in her son, King Tommen’s stead and the 'Night's Watch' enters an uneasy alliance with 'Stannis Baratheon'.
"In the kingdom of 'Dorne', following the events involving 'Oberyn Martell', 'House Martell' now plays a major role, while the fate of 'Tyrion Lannister', who escaped 'King's Landing' by sea, remains unknown..."
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- Michael Stevens
The IMAX screenings of two specially-formatted Game Of Thrones episodes began last night in 150 theaters across the Us. Since then, the entire Interwebs has gone bananas over the season 5 trailer that HBO shown to audiences in those select cinemas – and now you can, too. Thanks to a few sneaky fans, the two minute teaser has made its way online for the rest of the world to salivate over and discuss frame-by-frame.
As the opening voiceover sends out a caution, the trailer hops to a variety of shots presumably snagged from the entire season. One of the obvious detriments to watching a video snapped on a cell phone is that the lighting isn’t exactly optimal. So, certain scenes may require a keen-eyed aficionado of George R.R. Martin’s novels to pinpoint new characters and locations. However, there’s still a ton of eye-catching imagery and killer one-liners dotted throughout.
- Gem Seddon
Will Nashville‘s Rayna/Deacon fans be singing a happy tune? Who is Supergirl‘s first Very Big Bad? Which Castle family is expanding? Baby drama for Jane? Read on for answers to those questions plus teases from other shows.
Pretty please, spill some details on whether Nashville‘s Rayna and Deacon will be getting back together anytime soon? –LooLoo
Our resident Nashville native-by-association, Kim Roots, tells me that Wednesday’s midseason premiere “will simultaneously delight and frustrate Deyna fans. The big winners: People who don’t like Luke Wheeler. He has a really rough time after Rayna gives him the heave-ho, »
Which iconic DC Comics villain will Supergirl be battling it out with in the first episode of the upcoming CBS series? Um, the Lumberjack? (we don't know who he is either) According to TV Line, he'll first appear in the pilot episode of the show which stars Melissa Benoist as Kara Zor-El/Danvers and Mehcad Brooks as Jimmy Olsen. Apparently, they're now looking for an actor similar to, "Rory McCann, the 6-foot-6 actor from Game of Thrones". Maybe cast Rory McCann? Regardless, the description they give is very interesting as it reveals that he's a "big, burly monster of a man, who has battled Kara’s cousin -that's Superman! - in the past and shows up to ascertain her level of power, on behalf of an unseen superior." So Superman Does exist in this world, and there will obviously be some references to him. Supergirl was hinted at in Man of Steel, »
This weekend, we knew some new Game of Thrones footage would be shown at the special Imax screenings of the final two episodes of last season, but we weren't sure what. It appears to have been a full trailer, and this afternoon, HBO dropped it online! Here are ten things we learn (mild spoiler alert):1. One major plot thread is almost definitely cut. Without spoiling too much, George R.R. Martin's book A Dance With Dragons introduces one new claimant to the Iron Throne, with repercussions that could possibly last until the end of the series. Many readers thought it was a bit late in the game to be introducing new players, and it appears the Game of Thrones producers agreed. There's been no casting information for this new character, and judging from one of the lines in the trailer, it appears that in the interests of expediency, their »
- Nate Jones,Jennifer Vineyard
Sand Snakes, dragons, revenge plots, a haggard-looking Tyrion: It's all there in the epic trailer for Game of Thrones Season Five, which premiered this past week during IMAX screenings of Season Four's final two episodes, "The Watchers on the Wall" and "The Children." While the teaser hasn't been officially released, one quick-thinking theater attendee recorded the footage and uploaded the above clip.
"Justice has a price" is the tagline and essential theme of the trailer, which is soundtracked by a droning cover of David Bowie's iconic "Heroes." Other notable »
It was reported last week that Tatiana Maslany (Orphan Black), Felicity Jones (The Amazing Spider-Man 2), Rooney Mara (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo) and Kate Mara (The Fantastic Four) were testing out for roles in Gareth Edward’s Star Wars spin-off. Well, the folks over at Total Geek seem to found out who got the part.
According to the website, Maslany landed a role in the movie. There are no details of her character (if she has one), but confirms that this is for the 2016 spin-off and not Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Perhaps coincidentally, Maslany has recently pulled out from doing an Off-Broadway show due to “scheduling conflicts”.
- Luke Owen
Last night, HBO's Game of Thrones made its IMAX debut, and with it came the first full trailer for Season 5. Next season looks absolutely incredible! This epic first trailer definitely got the excitement flowing in my veins for the series' return. I wish I could just binge-watch it all right now. There's a lot of stuff packed into this trailer, and it's sure to make fans happy.
The fifth season is based mostly on the fourth and fifth novels of George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire book series, which are titled "A Feast for Crows" and "A Dance with Dragons." The storylines of the two books run concurrently but follow different sets of characters
- Joey Paur
Game of Thrones will make history starting today, as it becomes the first TV series ever to be presented on the big screen in the immersive IMAX format, for one week of screenings from January 29 through February 5. Along with the final two episodes of Season 4, "The Watchers on the Wall" and "The Children", fans will also get to see the first trailer for Season 5 on the big screen in over 200 theaters nationwide in cities such as Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, Montreal, New York, San Antonio, Seattle, Toronto and Washington, D.C. In case you don't want to head to the theaters this weekend, we have the trailer right here!
We've already seen a number of tiny teasers released through the viral site ThreeEyedRaven.com, but now we have the first true footage that all Thrones fans have been waiting for ever since the Season 4 finale aired last year. »
“Game of Thrones” made its Imax debut last night, and with it came the first trailer for season five, featuring old favorites and new faces as the battle for the Iron Throne rages on.
Now HBO has published the official trailer online.
The trailer begins with Jaime Lannister keeping vigil over the body of his father, Tywin, in the Great Sept, following the Lannister patriarch’s death at the hands of his son, Tyrion.
Elsewhere, Tyrion has emerged on the other side of the Narrow Sea and catches up with Varys, who seems to be working towards Daenerys Targaryen’s return to Westeros so that she can claim the Iron Throne: “The Seven Kingdoms needs a ruler loved by millions with a powerful army and the right family name,” Varys observes knowingly.
“Good luck finding him,” Tyrion responds.
“Who said anything about him?” Varys smirks.
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- Laura Prudom
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