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Game of Thrones’ Nikolaj Coster-Waldau starrer A Taste of Hunger unveils poster




Game of Thrones wrapped up filming about two years ago. The cast and the crew have moved on to newer projects. Actor Nikolaj Coster-Waldau has often mentioned he has completely moved on from the show. (However, we know how badly he wanted to keep Jaime Lannister’s Hand of Gold). He will now be seen starring in Christoffer Boe‘s A Taste of Hunger. The movie recently released its first poster.


Nikolaj Coster-Waldau Game of Thrones and Katrine Greis-Rosenthal (A Fortunate Man) are lead stars of the movie. The film has Coster-Waldau and Greis-Rosenthal as a power couple on the Danish gourmet scene who runs the popular restaurant Malus in Copenhagen. The couple is willing to sacrifice everything to achieve their dream – a coveted Michelin star.

Boe co-wrote the script with Tobias Lindholm, the writer-director of A War. Lindholm, who co-wrote many films by Thomas Vinterberg, including his latest, the Another Round. Producer of the movie is Louise Vesth and is co-produced by Zentropa Sweden and Film i Väst. TV 2 Danmark and SVT, with development support from The Creative Europe Programme back the film

The poster of the movie looks really interesting, with Nikolaj and Katrine surrounded by food materials. He recently talked with Ursula von der Leyen about climate change. Ursula is the winner of the prestigious Global Citizen prize. Are you excited about the film? What are your expectations from the movie? Talk to us in the comments below!


HBO got the fans on their toes last year in December by confirming Game of Thrones prequel House of The Dragon. There are rumours about more prequel shows being developed at the HBO headquarters. With all the buzz currently going on, George R.R. Martin is busy working with his new projects. However, he does find the time to tease Game of Thrones lovers whenever he can on his blog Not a Blog.

He wrote, “Of course there’s HOUSE OF THE DRAGON at HBO, the GAME OF THRONES prequel series that Ryan and Miguel are helming, and maybe possibly some other stuff for HBO that I cannot tell you about (but it is very exciting), and also a new series for AMC that I also cannot tell you about… yet… (hint, hint).

Oh, and there’s FRIENDS FOREVER. Just a short film, maybe twenty minutes long. A labour of love, that I hope you’ll love as much as I do. That one will happen if the pandemic ever allows it. If not for COVID, we would have shot it already. It is the first of four shorts that I hope to film, based on classic short stories by one of the most idiosyncratic writers our field has ever produced. That’s what’s on my plate in television and film.

You all know what is on my plate in prose. I need to finish WINDS, and then maybe write another Dunk & Egg novella, and then get right into A DREAM OF SPRING, and in between edit some more Wild Cards books.

Once more into the breach, dear friends… Westeros beckons.”

Are you excited about more Game of Thrones prequels? Tell us in the comments below!


When you are recognized for your hard work and dedication, it’s like a dream come true. Zack Snyder is known as one of the most hard-working directors of Hollywood. DC fans have long awaited the release of his cut of the superhero movie Justice League. After years of waiting, it is finally happening. One of the trailers for the movie feature Game of Thrones’ Jason Momoa, who shines brilliantly. Watch the trailer below!

The trailer opens with the original introduction of Arthur Curry in Justice League just after his first encounter with Bruce Wayne. Bruce was already assembling the Justice League in preparation for the arrival of Steppenwolf. The bit was prominently-used in the marketing for the movie’s theatrical version, but for some reason, it was re-shot. The video also uses footage from Aquaman, including Arthur’s reclamation for the Trident of Neptune, which Vulko urges him to claim in the narration. In Justice League, however, he’s used a different pike, Jason Momoa called it ‘a quindent‘ which was loaned from Mera.

DC fans are hopeful and believe the Snyder’s cut is much better than the theatrical mess. The Snyder Cut will be streamed on March 18 on HBO Max. Are you excited about the director’s cut? Tell us in the comments below!


Game of Thrones featured some of the most iconic warriors in television history. Among the great warriors of the show, there was one who was feared by all, The Mountain. The Mountain was played by the strongman Hafthor Bjornsson, who impressed the fans with his frightening demeanour.

Bjornsson took official retirement from the world of competitive powerlifting last year. He cemented a legacy in the sport which included 10 consecutive wins at Iceland’s Strongest Man event. Since then, he has lost 110 pounds in the last seven years. He is pivoting his training to focus on boxing as he prepares for his long-awaited fight with rival Eddie Hall.

The workout consists of just three exercises like kettlebell swings, sandbag throws, and deadlifts. In 2020, Bjornsson broke the world record for heaviest deadlift after pulling 501 kgs (1,104 pounds). Bjornsson’s new deadlift routine is 5 sets of 3 reps at 225 kgs (496 pounds), but in the video, by Men’s Health he puts on a belt to see how much further he can push himself. Bjornsson incrementally adds more weight until he’s pulling more than he initially predicted: 360 kgs (794 pounds).

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Bjornsson is stepping forward to face his long time rival Eddie Hall in the World’s Heaviest Boxing Match in Los Vegas on September 2021. Are you excited about the fight? Tell us in the comments below!

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