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Game of Thrones’ Richard Brake revealed he hadn’t originally auditioned for The Night King

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Game of Thrones’ Richard Brake revealed he hadn’t originally auditioned for The Night King

The Long Night of 2020 has passed, but the effects are still lingering. The world is trying to get back on its feet with new hopes in the new year 2021. There are many surprises we have yet to face in the new year, but it seems like the Game of Thrones cast already has some secrets for us in store. Richard Brake, who played The Night King in season 4 and 5, talked to Digital Spy recently. He revealed he almost didn’t play the character at one point, and he’s thankful for that.

He revealed, “I had auditioned a couple of times before for the show in other roles. I got pretty close at one point. But I’m so grateful I didn’t get it… [that character] was nowhere near as important as I had thought when I auditioned. He did an episode or two and then died.”

Game of Thrones’ Richard Brake revealed he hadn’t originally auditioned for The Night King

“A few months later my agent called me and said, ‘They want to see you. Nina wants to see you again for Game of Thrones, but this time the character is in full prosthetics, he doesn’t speak, and he’s only going to be on screen for about a minute.”

He continued, “I thought, ‘What the f**k? [laughs] This is what it’s come to?’ ‘But he’ll be important at some point,’ she said. So I went in. They had me pretend to pick up a sword. I had to pretend to pick up a baby… and touch it. That was about it. But I had no idea that he was the king of the White Walkers, or that he would be eventually called the Night King.”

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Olivia Cooke talks about Game of Thrones prequel and other upcoming roles

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Olivia Cooke talks about Game of Thrones prequel and other upcoming roles

Game of Thrones prequel House of The Dragon has already caused a huge stir amongst the fans. HBO is leaving no stones unturned to win back their audience post Game of Thrones era. They have already cast some of the key characters for the series. The first to join the show was Paddy Considine as King Viserys. Soon after, more important characters were confirmed, and the casting was revealed. Olivia Cooke, Emma D’Arcy and Matt Smith are set to play Alicent Hightower, Rhaenyra Targaryen and Daemon Targaryen respectively.

Recently, Good Morning America talked to Olivia Cooke in an online interview. They couldn’t resist asking her about House of The Dragon (spoiler-free). On being asked how the audition process was, she replied :

“Oh, it was just extensive. Um… I don’t know how many auditions I did, I did loads. I was put on hold for six weeks and sworn to secrecy. Then I found out I had it… And then sworn to more secrecy before the press release came out.”

“So I had best friends of mine being like – “What? Why didn’t you tell us?” I was so scared that someone was going to come and abduct me and make me disappear (laughs).”

GMA also asked if she was a fan of Game of Thrones before. The actress answered:

“When I was 20 I’d seen the first season, then I was on a job and had loads of downtime. And then didn’t pick it back up and then didn’t want to do it before auditioning just in case I got too invested in them and didn’t get the job. But now I’ve since seen every episode and just obsessed.”

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Hafthor Bjornsson wants to fight Tyson Fury after knocking out Eddie Hall

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Hafthor Bjornsson wants to fight Tyson Fury after knocking out Eddie Hall

Game of Thrones showcased some of the finest warriors in fantastical television history. Out of all the warriors on the show, Ser Gregor Clegane (The Mountain) was the most feared of all. How did they make the character so fierce? The Mountain was played by the world’s strongest man Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson himself!

Björnsson has vowed to destroy long-time rival Eddie Hall at the World’s Heaviest Boxing match. Eddie Hall, however, is taking no s**t from the Game of Thrones actor. Both of them have been training really hard for the fight. Taunting your opponent before a bout is an effective strategy to get a hold of them mentally.

Hafthor Bjornsson wants to fight Tyson Fury after knocking out Eddie Hall

Thor is very confident of his victory against Hall. He told Metro that he is going to knock Hall twice. The strongman also wants to fight Tyson Fury after his bout is over.

Björnsson said, “There’s probably going to be a rematch against Eddie Hall, so I’ll be in the sport for probably the next two years. After the rematch, we’ll see how I feel, how much I have improved. I’m not getting any younger – I’m 32 years old so I need to improve very fast if I see myself competing more.”

He added, “If the right opportunity came along…Let’s say in the Eddie fight…obviously my plan is to knock him out. When I do anything I always look at the top and the top right now is Tyson Fury obviously, but we’ll see in two years’ time who is on top then.”

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Game of Thrones’ Maisie Williams opens up about Gender Fluidity

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Game of Thrones’ Maisie Williams opens up about Gender Fluidity

Finding a soulmate is one of the best things that can ever happen to someone. Especially in a world full of tragedies and problems we’re currently facing. Everyone needs that somebody who helps them find a connection to this world. Game of Thrones’ Maisie Williams is living the time of her life with her boyfriend Reuben Selby. They recently talked to Tatler about gender norms and labels.

“Reuben doesn’t really see clothing as having any specific gender,” she explained. “It’s just an image.”

Game of Thrones’ Maisie Williams opens up about Gender Fluidity

“I’ve always felt fluid, but I don’t think it would be right for me to label it like that because it’s a difficult conversation,” Reuben said. “I don’t really have any boundaries.” She also reflected at her time on Game of Thrones.

“I miss the people, absolutely,” Maisie said. “It was such a great connection that we all had. We were on the most successful show of all time, but when you’re in it, you don’t get to do anything else but be on the show.”

Maisie is currently set to play a model, superfan and punk icon Jordan in Steve Jones’ biopic. The 6-episode-series begins production on March 7.

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