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Game of Thrones producers 'apologized' for the tragic Hodor scene

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Game of thrones is a show which is all about deaths, gore and bloodshed. So characters die very frequently on the show and fans are used to it. But after this Sunday’s episode, ‘The Door’, which showed the origins of Hodor’s name and his extremely sad demise, all the Game of Thrones fans around the world were heartbroken.

Now, the executive producers, David Benioff and D.B. Weiss have apologized about the episode, but obviously not for Killing Hodor, since they are used to killing main characters (and everyone else) on the show.

So what were the producers exactly sorry for? Well, they gave an extremely heartfelt answer and said, “We’d like to apologize for Sunday’s episode, Not for killing Hodor – we kill a lot of main characters. We’ve killed 739 main characters so far. We’re sorry for all the idiots who, from now on, will be shouting ‘Hodor’ every time you go through a door. We forgot how annoying people can be. That’s our bad. We should have seen that coming. Again, so, so sorry. People are the worst.”

They basically apologized for all the trolls and memes on the internet about Hodor and every sensible person who will have to bear the trauma of seeing and hearing those memes and statements.

As a warning to such memes (and people), David even said, “We can kill people in real life, too.”

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Taking a shower is one of the most basic activities that you do at least once a day. However, we might know a few who don’t really like to get themselves wet unless it’s really important. Recently, there was an odd trend on social media where celebrities were asked if they take a visit to their bathrooms on a regular basis. The answers might surprise you. The first instance appears to have been celebrity couple Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher, who said in a July episode of Dax Shepard’s “Armchair Expert” podcast that they soap down only their essential areas every day, and just wash their children when they spot dirt on them. However, Game of Thrones star Jason Momoa assured fans that his onscreen affinity for water carries over into his personal hygiene.

The Aquaman actor told Access Hollywood, “I’m not starting any trends. I shower, trust me. I’m Aquaman. I’m in the fucking water.” After pointing to his Hawaiian background, he added, “We got saltwater on me. We good.”

His actor friend Dwayne Johnson joined him declaring himself to be “the opposite of a ‘not washing themselves’ celeb.”

Shower (cold) when I roll outta bed to get my day rollin.’ Shower (warm) after my workout before work,” the “Jungle Cruise” actor tweeted. “Shower (hot) after I get home from work. Face wash, body wash, exfoliate and I sing (off-key) in the shower.”

What do you think about showering daily? Tell us in the comments below!

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Dune is one of the most promising sci-fi movies of this year, and if successful we might be looking at one of the best fantasy-based movie series of the decade. It has already garnered a lot of attention due to its amazing star cast, which includes Game of Thrones actor Jason Momoa. Momoa is known for his great bonding with co-stars, he has maintained a great friendship with his Game of Thrones co-star Emilia Clarke. Recently in an interview with Gamesradar, Momoa talked about sharing amicable moments with Dune co-star Timothee Chalamet.

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Momoa plays Duncan Idaho – the handsome swordsman from Dune who trains the leading character Paul Atreides, portrayed by Timothée Chalamet in the upcoming movie. He told Gamesradar, “It was exactly like in the film – he’s like a little brother. He’s so intelligent. He’s something else to watch. Tim is such a beautiful actor and considerate. He cares about his craft way more than I do. It’s just impressive to be around people like that.”

“That joke [about muscles in the trailer] came from me. There are these outtakes where I went up to Timmy, and I go, “Look at you, dick and ribs.” Denis comes up and says, “What is this talk about the ribs and his dick? I don’t understand.” I’m like, “Well, it’s funny, because Timmy’s so skinny.” He’s like, “OK. Maybe you can do it in another way?” But Timothée [got me back]. When I hug him he kneed me in the balls so hard! You can see it if you watch in slo-mo.”

Can you imagine someone as skinny as Chalamet getting the better of Momoa? Tell us in the comments below!

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Game of Thrones is undoubtedly one of the biggest shows to ever grace the television screens. The series is easily recognizable as a pop culture icon, whose fandom transcends geological boundaries. The TV show was based on George R. R. Martin’s famous novel series A Song of Fire and Ice, which in turn was heavily inspired by medieval history. This often leads some people into believing that Game of Thrones wasn’t a fantasy story, rather real history itself. And Game of Thrones alum Kit Harington has met a few of them himself.

The conversation arose in an interview with PTI, where Harington was present for the promotion of Amazon’s Modern Love Season 2. He mentioned a Game of Thrones joke in the script that attracted his attention towards the show.

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In a scene, Harington’s Michael is seen discussing his love life with his brother Declan, played by a moustachioed Jack Reynor.

During their conversation, Declan asks Michael about Paula and what she does. He replies that she is studying Medievalism to which Declan quips, “Like ‘Game of Thrones’?’, leaving his brother with a puzzled look on his face.

In reality, Harington said he has come across people who believe that Game of Thrones, based on author George R. R. Martin’s book series, is actually history.

I’ve met people who have said to me, ‘You know, I don’t know much about that ‘Game of Thrones’ stuff. I’ve never been much of a history buff.’

And I was like, ‘Really? I’m not sure you have to be’,” the actor said.

Have you ever met any such people who mistake Game of Thrones for actual history? Tell us in the comments below!