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Netflix teases Game of Thrones' Gwendoline Christie as new Lucifer in The Sandman Trailer



The TV adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman is one of DC’s most highly anticipated projects. The Netflix series garnered quite some attention, as it includes an ensemble of highly talented casts, including Game of Thrones alums. Gwendoline Christie, who played Brienne of Tarth in the fantasy series, will play a gender-swapped version of Lucifer in the show. And she is highly excited about it. Netflix has teased a first look at Game of Thrones star Gwendoline Christie on the set of the new drama series The Sandman.

In a brand-new teaser clip shared by Netflix Geeked, Sandman creator Neil Gaiman gives us a sneak peek behind-the-scenes at some of the sets being built at Shepperton Studios, where the series is being produced. We also get to hear from a couple of the show’s stars. Christie reveals just how excited she is to be taking on the role of Lucifer in the clip.

I read the Sandman graphic novels so I knew that I simply had to be involved in this project because something truly unique was going to happen,” she says in the video. “The sets are vast. A great amount of detail and care has been put into how it’s being brought to life.”

Her co-star Tom Sturridge, who is playing Dream, also describes himself as an “obsessive Sandman fan”, with Gaiman promising that the new series is “being made for people who love Sandman by people who love Sandman”

What do you think about the upcoming DC project? Talk to us in the comments below!

The fiercest warriors leave a lasting presence to those who have witnessed them in a fight. Lots of fans look up to them as their idol, waiting for a chance to see them again. Dave Bautista has been one of the biggest names in the wrestling world for decades now. Fans all over the world have a chance to see him again, fighting against one of the baddest men on Game of Thrones. Jason Momoa, who played Khal Drogo on the show, co-stars with Bautista in the See season 2 trailer.

Apple TV+ has released the first teaser trailer for the second season of See. This first look at the upcoming season introduces Edo Voss (Dave Bautista), the brother of Baba Voss (Jason Momoa). In addition to showing off the next season, See has also received a renewal for a third season.

This teaser shows the rivalry between Edo and Baba, which culminates in the two meeting on a deserted bridge. Picking up where the first season left off, Baba is determined to save his daughter, Haniwa (Nesta Cooper), who has the ability to see. This first look also presents the world that this new season will explore, from snowy landscapes to massive cities.

“See” takes place in the far future and humankind has lost its sense of sight. In season two, Baba Voss is fighting to reunite his torn-apart family and get away from the war and politics that surround him. But the more he moves away, the deeper he gets sucked in. The emergence of his nemesis brother threatens his family even more.

Momoa will also be headlining Discovery’s new docuseries On The Roam. Are you excited to watch the two great stars together on the screen? Tell us in the comments below!

Peter Dinklage played one of the most influential characters on Game of Thrones, Tyrion Lannister. Similar to Tyrion, Peter’s life was no bed of roses. He rose to success with years of dedicated hard work. Everyone faces a time in their life when they feel like they are at their absolute lowest. If you’re going through such an experience, the following speech is exactly what you need. Speaking at Bennington College in 2012, actor Peter Dinklage gave a rousing speech. Check it out here!

Dinklage said, “Don’t search for defining moments because they will never come. Well, the birth of your children, OK, of course, forget about it, that’s just six months. My life is forever changed, that’s the most defining moment ever. But I’m talking about the rest of your life and most importantly in your work. The moments that define you have already happened. And they will already happen again. And it passes so quickly.”

He continued, “When I went to school here, if a freshman wanted to write direct and star in her own musical, the lights would already be hung for her. Now I tell the story because the world might say you are not allowed to yet. I waited a long time out in the world before I gave myself permission to fail. Please, don’t even bother asking, don’t bother telling the world you are ready. Show it. Do it,” he said and concluded with a quote from playwright Samuel Beckett. ‘What did Beckett say? “Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try Again. Fail again. Fail better.”’

Do Peter’s insightful words prove to be of any help to you? Tell us in the comments below!

The cast of Game of Thrones consisted of a host of highly talented actors. Some of them had their careers set up by the show. They sort of grew up with the series, like Sophie Turner (Sansa Stark). Others were already famous and highly decorated, like Lena Headey, who played the villainous Lion Queen Cersei Lannister. Headey will now play the lead role in the movie Gunpowder Milkshake.

The movie’s first trailer, which was released on Tuesday, introduces us to Sam, played by Karen Gillan (Guardian of the Galaxy, Jumanji), a second-generation assassin whose mother (Lena Headey) abandoned her years earlier. However, Sam must reunite with her mother in order to save an eight-year-old girl after a job goes wrong. The two call on a society of underground hitwomen including Carla Gugino (Watchmen), Angela Bassett (Black Panther), and Michelle Yeoh (Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon).

There are Gatling guns, characters diving over countertops, mysterious old libraries, car fights, a shootout in a ’50s-style diner. Of course, the movie’s fights have more than just shooting in them. There’s also some hand-to-hand combat, and at least one instance of a character rushing into battle with just two hammers.

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Lena has also joined the TV adaptation of Hugh Howey’s sci-fi novel Beacon 23. Are you excited about the upcoming guns-blazing action movie? Tell us in the comments below!

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