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Game Of Thrones Season 8 returns on 14th April and HBO is ensuring that the final season is welcomed in style. To celebrate the upcoming final season of Game Of Thrones, HBO has teamed with Twitter and released 20 new Game Of Thrones hashtag emojis for various characters from the show.

In addition to the hastag emojis, Twitter has also released 20 new posters featuring Game Of Thrones characters like Jon Snow, Daenerys Targaryen, Tyrion Lannister, Night King and the other surviving characters that are going to play an important role in the final season.

The Night King has destroyed the Wall and now the army of the dead is marching South and there’s going to be a lot of death and destruction in the upcoming  season and at the moment we can just guess who will win the war and who will finally sit on the Iron Throne and it’s plausible that there won’t be any Iron Throne left in the end. Afterall this is Game Of Thrones and we can’t say what might happen.

However we can enjoy the show and make use of the newly available Game Of Thrones hashtag emojis in our tweets. These 20 new emojis now join the Iron Throne emoji that appears when you use the following hashtags: #GameOfThrones #GOT #GOTS8 #ForTheThrone.

How to use the new Game Of Thrones Twitter Hashtag Emojis?

It’s pretty simple. When you are tweeting, use any of the following hashtags and the corresponding hashtag emoji will automatically appear. Here’s the list of the hashtags:

#DaenerysTargaryen

#JonSnow

#NightKing

#CerseiLannister

#AryaStark

#JaimeLannister

#TyrionLannister

#SansaStark

#BranStark

#BrienneOfTarth

#DavosSeaworth

#EuronGreyjoy

#JorahMormont

#Greyworm

#Melisandre

#Missandei

#SamwellTarly

#TheonGreyjoy

#Varys

#TheHound

Twitter reveals 20 new Game Of Thrones hashtag emojis and character posters

How to view the 20 new Game Of Thrones character posters?

In addition to these emojis, Twitter has also released 20 character posters and to view all of them, you just need to retweet the tweet that we have shared below.

Once you retweet it, you will automatically receive a tweet from the Game Of Thrones twitter account asking you to Pledge your allegiance #ForTheThrone. Here are all the Game Of Thrones character posters released by Twitter:

Who do you think will sit on the Iron Throne? And don’t forget to pledge your allegiance by using the hashtag of your favourite character.






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Diageo launches its last Game of Thrones single malt whiskey

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Game of Thrones-themed liquor is quite a popular merchandise for the franchise, and now that the show is over, we’re seeing the last batches of new collections come out. The latest to join the lineup comes from Diageo, and it’s a single malt whiskey. Read on!

This limited edition whiskey is called Six Kingdoms, and it is a Mortlach Single Malt Scotch Whisky, aged 15 Years. It has been matured in first-fill sherry-seasoned casks and finished in American Oak ex-bourbon casks. The whiskey is a tribute to the fate of the Seven Kingdoms that become six at the end of the series, reports The Drinks Business.

This is actually the ninth and the last whiskey in the collection. The first eight were a part of the Game of Thrones Single Malt Scotch Whiskey Collection, which was as released at the beginning of 2019. Diageo also owns Johnnie Walker, a brand that has also launched multiple Thrones-themed whiskeys.

Diageo launches its last Game of Thrones single malt whiskey

Kavita Agarwal, global brand director for Diageo commented on this merchandising partnership that has helped them boost sales:

“[There was an] overwhelmingly positive response to the launch of the Game of Thrones Limited Edition Single Malt Scotch Whisky Collection and as Game of Thrones fans continue to explore both the world of whisky and the world of Westeros, we are proud to introduce the final addition to the collection.

Mortlach is one of our most sought-after super premium single malts, and seemed fitting as the perfect finale to complete the collection.”

The Whiskey is expected to be priced at £120 for a 700ml bottle, and will be available with certain retailers and on Amazon, before Christmas. Perfect holiday gift for a Game of Thrones fan, don’t you think? Talk to us in the comments, down below!






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Inside sources reveal Game of Thrones showrunners quit Star Wars over “divided attention and toxic fandom”

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Inside sources reveal Game of Thrones showrunners quit Star Wars over “divided attention and toxic fandom”

Game of Thrones showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss are having a tough week, to say the least. First, we saw their trainwreck of an panel interview at the Austin Film Festival. Following that, we heard that the two had left their upcoming Star Wars trilogy project. Now, a new report now says that there might be more to why the two aren’t going to be involved with that project anymore. Read on!

David Benioff and Dan Weiss recently announced that they’re stepping away from the Star Wars trilogy that they were going to be writing and producing, citing their commitment to Netflix and the lack of time to do justice to both projects as the reason. Now, The Hollywood Reporter has published a report about an inside source revealing why the two left the project.

Apparently, Kathleen Kennedy, the head of Lucasfilm, was not too happy with David and Dan for signing a deal with Netflix. The pair had previously said that they will not start work on Star Wars until they were done with Game of Thrones, and immediately after they were, in August, they signed the Netflix deal. The source claims their exit from the Star Wars project was in the cards since August.

Kennedy was apparently not convinced that the two could juggle Star Wars, and Netflix, especially because they are known for doing only one project at a time. David and Dan also had concerns over this, and didn’t want to deal with a “toxic fandom.” The source also noted that Netflix learned of this development only a few days before the duo announced it.

This is also a new move in the latest streaming wars which Netflix currently seems to have the lead in, with Disney joining in soon with Disney+.

What do you guys think? Talk to us in the comments, down below!






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HBO announces the first Game of Thrones prequel series “House of the Dragon”

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HBO announces the first Game of Thrones prequel series “House of the Dragon”

Game of Thrones prequel news has been heavy today. Hours after we heard about the cancellation of Jane Goldman’s Game of Thrones prequel, we today got an official announcement from HBO, ordering the first ever Game of Thrones prequel, straight to series! The show will be called “House of the Dragon“. Read on!

“House of the Dragon” will be written by Ryan Condal, with George R.R. Martin on-board as a co-executive producer. The project is based on Fire and Blood, GRRM’s 2019 book which explores the history of House Targaryen, leading up to the civil war that ultimately led to the doom of the once great house. The series will be set 300 years prior to the events of Game of Thrones.

Now, we know that HBO had multiple Game of Thrones prequels under development. The first one, helmed by Jane Goldman, and dubbed The Long Night, starring Naomi Watts had gotten a pilot order. Following that, today, it was announced that HBO will not be moving forward with it. In the meantime, we had recently talked about another prequel being close to a pilot order, but HBO has now skipped the pilot stage and directly ordered the show to a series, as announced by HBO programming chief Casey Bloys at today’s event for AT&T’s new streaming’s service, HBO Max. Bloys said:

“The Game of Thrones universe is so rich with stories. We look forward to exploring the origins of House Targaryen and the earlier days of Westeros along with Miguel, Ryan and George.”

Miguel Sapochnik, who directed multiple battle episodes of Thrones, will direct the pilot and more episodes, and serve as a showrunner along with Condal, as a part of his new deal with HBO to produce content for HBO and HBO Max. Vince Gerardis will also serve as an executive producer.

The announcement is the most exciting development we have had about the prequels yet, and the show is expected to arrive after HBO Max does, in May 2020. Being one of the flagship offerings of the platform, we expect it to arrive soon, but no release time slot has been mentioned at this point.

Excited? We sure are! Talk to us in the comments, down below!






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