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Kit Harington Tries to Become a Dragon in Emilia Clarke's Cute Instagram Video!

Kit Harington came face to face with a dragon in the latest episode of Game of Thrones and now it seems he thinks he’s actually a dragon himself!

Emilia Clarke has shared a video on Instagram that was taken behind the scenes of the “Eastwatch” episode and it shows Kit waving his cape as if he were flying.

“I mean, JEEEZE, one pet of a dragon and he thinks he’s one of them,” Emilia captioned the video. In hashtag format she added, “You know nothing Jon Snow; But you do know how to not get blown off a cliff in gale force winds so there’s always that; Every pun about wind I can think of inset here.”

Watch the video clip below and catch the next Game of Thrones episode on Sunday night!

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'Game of Thrones' Actor Crashes Leslie Jones & Seth Meyers' Viewing Party (Video)

We definitely want Leslie Jones at our next Game of Thrones viewing party!

During her appearance on Late Night with Seth Meyers on Wednesday (August 9), the 49-year-old comedian and the talk show host teamed up for another Game of Jones segment.

The two sat down with popcorn and chips as they tuned into the most recent GOT installment, “The Spoils of War.”

In the clip, Leslie gives commentary on Bran Stark (“They just really need to get a blood test on him because I just think he high”); Arya Stark (“She’s coming home, they all together homie”); Bronn (“Bronn is the gangsta, yo. Bronn is the dude, like, in the hood that knows where all the $1 cigarettes is”), Lord Varys, and more.

“Varys is like the girlfriend that you don’t know if she really your home girl or not, because one minute she supporting you and got your got, but then the next minute you hear about some bulls–t she said to somebody else about you,” Leslie shares when the actor who plays him, Conleth Hill, shows up to crash the party.

“Oh my god, this is so cool!” Leslie says. “I was saying that you can’t trust your ass, but you know s–t that you not telling everybody.”

Watch the full video below!


Game of Jones: Leslie Jones and Seth Return to Watch Game of Thrones

Jason Momoa Calls Emilia Clarke a 'Bad-Ass' After Latest 'Game of Thrones' Episode

Jason Momoa famously played Khal Drogo on the first season of Game of Thrones and he still is a massive fan of the series.

The latest episode of the HBO series featured a massive battle between his former Khaleesi (Emilia Clarke) and the Lannisters. Daenerys unleashed her Dothraki army and her dragon against the other army in a fiery battle.

“F–K ME. It’s been so hard for me not to talk about the greatest show on earth. And I don’t want to spoil anything for anyone. So I have been taking it easy on the posts,” Jason wrote on Instagram. “But holy sh-t that was intense. Wish I was there to f–k shit up.

“So proud of Dan and David the cast and crew of GOT Aloha DROGO. DRAKARUS 😜😜😜😜😜😜 @emilia_clarke miss u mama your a badass super proud,” he added.

Tom Hopper (aka Dickon Tarly) Makes Big Impact in Latest 'Game of Thrones' Episode

Tom Hopper joined the cast of Game of Thrones this season as Dickon Tarly and he had his biggest episode yet during last night’s fourth episode of the season!

The 32-year-old British actor replaced Freddie Stroma, who was unable to return as Dickon due to his commitments with ABC’s Time After Time.

We’re not going to spoil you on what happened during the episode, but Tom got the most screen time he’s had so far!

Prior to his work on Game of Thrones, Tom was best known for starring in Starz’ Black Sails. Make sure to see his super hot shirtless photo shoot from last year!

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'Game of Thrones' Season 7 Premiere Reaches 30 Million Viewers!

The ratings for Game of Thrones just keep getting bigger and bigger and now HBO confirms that the season seven premiere has hit 30 million viewers in the United States!

The episode premiered on July 16 and 16.1 million people tuned in to watch it live, which was the biggest audience ever for an HBO show, according to EW.

Now, nearly double the amount of people have caught up on the episode via DVR, on demand, or HBO Go.

Experts predict that the season seven finale, which is coming in a few weeks, could become the show’s most viewed episode ever.

'Game of Thrones' Stills Released Ahead of Sunday's New Episode!

We have new photos from Game of Thrones‘ fourth episode in the seventh season, titled “Spoils of War!”

The episode is airing this coming Sunday (August 6), and the new photos give little clues about what could happen.

The new photos feature Missandei (Nathalie Emmanual), Daenerys (Emilia Clarke), Jaime (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau), Sansa (Sophie Turner), Jon Snow (Kit Harington), and many other character preparing for battle.

Tune into HBO, HBO GO, or HBO NOW on Sunday night to check out the new episode.

Check out the pics in the gallery below!

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HBO Responds to #NoConfederate Campaign During 'Game of Thrones'

During Sunday (July 30)’s episode on Game of Thrones, fans may have noticed that the hashtag #NoConfederate was trending throughout the entire night.

So why was it trending?

Outspoken activist April Reign created the hashtag as a response to GoT creators’ upcoming new show, Confederate.

The upcoming drama from David Benioff and D.B. Weiss “chronicles the events leading to the Third American Civil War and takes place in an alternate timeline where the Southern states have successfully seceded from the Union, giving rise to a nation in which slavery remains legal and has evolved into a modern institution,” according to the Hollywood Reporter.

“We have great respect for the dialogue and concern being expressed around Confederate. We have faith that [writers] Nichelle, Dan, David and Malcolm will approach the subject with care and sensitivity. The project is currently in its infancy so we hope that people will reserve judgment until there is something to see,” HBO said in a statement released on Sunday night.

April also started the #OscarsSoWhite campaign back in 2016.