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Runtimes of all Game Of Thrones Season 8 episodes have been revealed!

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Today we had published an article which shared the runtimes of the first two episodes of Game Of Thrones season 8 and we thought that we might have to wait longer to find out the episode lengths of the final 4 episodes of season 8. However, it turns out we just had to make one small tweak to view the runtimes of the remaining 4 episodes and you are going to be really excited when you see the numbers!

HBO had updated it’s schedule to reveal the runtimes of the first two episodes and we just had to change the number in the URL to view the info about the remaining 4 episodes. The season 8 premiere will be 54 minutes long, while the second episode will be 58 minutes. Let’s take a look at the runtimes of the final 4 Game Of Thrones episodes!

Season 8 Episode 3: 1 Hour

  Runtimes of all Game Of Thrones Season 8 episodes have been revealed!

Season 8 Episode 4: 1 Hour 18 Minutes

Runtimes of all Game Of Thrones Season 8 episodes have been revealed!

Season 8 Episode 5: 1 Hour 20 Minutes

Runtimes of all Game Of Thrones Season 8 episodes have been revealed!

Season 8 Episode 6: 1 Hour 20 Minutes

Runtimes of all Game Of Thrones Season 8 episodes have been revealed!

As we mentioned before, the 3rd episode, which will feature the Battle of Winterfell will be an hour-long episode and after that it just keeps on getting better and the final two episodes will be 80 minutes long! These two episodes are as long as the season 7 finale, “The Dragon and the Wolf,” which is the longest episode in the series and we now have 2 episodes in the final season which have the same runtimes!

So here are the episode lengths of all the Game Of Thrones Season 8 episodes:

Season 8 Episode 1: 54 minutes

Season 8 Episode 2: 58 minutes

Season 8 Episode 3: 60 minutes

Season 8 Episode 4: 78 minutes

Season 8 Episode 5: 80 minutes

Season 8 Episode 6: 80 minutes

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Iwan Rheon (Ramsay Bolton) joins the cast of American Gods

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Iwan Rheon aka Ramsay Bolton of Game of Thrones joins the cast of American Gods

Iwan Rheon, famous for his portrayal of Ramsay Bolton in the show Game of Thrones, is all set to join the cast of American Gods. While the release date of American Gods third season isn’t out yet, we know for sure that Rheon will feature in the show in its latest season. According to the a report by Entertainment Weekly, the Game of Thrones star will be playing “a charming, good-natured leprechaun” character named Liam Doyle.

Iwan Rheon aka Ramsay Bolton of Game of Thrones joins the cast of American Gods

What? Hang on a minute! A charming, good-natured character? The man who portrayed the most inhuman, insensitive and sadistic character of all time will be acting all goody goody in the upcoming show?

Sometimes some characters leave such a large imprint on audience psyche that it becomes impossible for actors to break away from it. We hope for Rheon’s sake that he manages to create another great character.

As per the network, Rheon’s latest character will be introduced as someone trying to steer away from the cliched leprechaun image – ‘until he finds himself swept back into our world of gods, luck, and magic’. The show will also feature the likes of Marilyn Manson, Danny Trejo and Dominique Jackson.

The challenge for Rheon and the rest of the cast of Game of Thrones, as they begin to disperse into other ventures, is going to be how they manage to satisfy the artists within them along with staying relevant. For now, we can only wait and watch.

Well, what do you guys think about this announcement? Share your thoughts in the comments below!






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Kit Harington grabs the only Golden Globes 2020 nomination for Game of Thrones Season 8

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Game of Thrones might have been the king at the Emmy’s, but when it comes to the Golden Globes it has always been snubbed. It might not be fair to say that it was snubbed this year, as Kit Harington has grabbed the only nomination for the final season of the show at the 2020 Golden Globes. Read on!

The nominations for the 2020 70th Golden Globe awards were announced today, and while HBO managed to get 15 nominations, only one of them was for Game of Thrones. Kit Harington, who played the role of Jon Snow on the show managed to grab a nomination in the best actor in a drama series.

The show has previously grabbed multiple best drama nominations, and a couple of actor nominations to Peter Dinklage and Lena Headey. Dinklage is the only winner, having received the supporting actor in a series, miniseries or motion picture made for television, back in 2012.

While Dinklage won the Best Actor Emmy for the year, he wasn’t the choice for this nomination. Given the fact that Kit Harington was considered might be surprising for some, but he might make it.

The 77th Annual Golden Globe Awards will be hosted by Ricky Gervais, and will be held on Sunday, January 5 at 8:00 p.m. ET / 5:00 p.m. PT. Do you think Kit could win this one? Talk to us in the comments, down below!






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Game of Thrones complete series Blu-ray set is here in time for the holidays!

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Game of Thrones complete series Blu-ray set is here in time for the holidays!

It’s that time of the year, and HBO has a little something for those of us that still love Game of Thrones enough. Nearly half a year after the end of the show, HBO is now bringing the whole series out on Blu-ray, just in time for the holidays. Read on!

You might remember the frenzy that everybody entered a couple of days ago when the official Game of Thrones Twitter account tweeted out “Winter is Coming”, but it turns out that this was just a warning that millions of Game of Thrones fans can now get their hearts broken, again, from the comfort of their homes. Check the announcement tweet, below:

This marks the arrival of the complete series on optical disks, with a total of three sets — a normal Blu-ray set, a DVD set, and a collector’s edition Blu-ray set. The normal Blu-ray is priced at $199.99, the DVD set at $169.99, and the collector’s edition at $249.95. For now, the sets are open for preorders, and you can find the links to your preferred retailer, here. The sets will be available on the 3rd of December.

The one issue seems to be that these are not 4K HDR Blu-ray prints, which isn’t really acceptable in 2019. So far, only Season 1 has gotten the 4K HDR treatment, and there is no clue about when we might get to see a 4K HDR Blu-ray set.

So, planning on getting the Game of Thrones disc sets as a gift? Let us know in the comments, down below. Happy holiday season!






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