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annesneville:

Jon, XLVIII (A Storm of Swords)


Working together in a haunted house!

acanoeandlifejackets:

“ARGHHHHHHHH! Damn Hot Pie!” Arya shrieked as Hot Pie burst into hysterical giggles that just made him more alarming with the rotting zombie face make-up he was wearing. It wasn’t even close to opening time yet and already he was getting on her last nerve. The last thing she needed was her fish-stick smelling co-worker jumping out and spewing fake zombie vomit all over her. “You know that doesn’t wash out!”

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joannalannister:

Game of Thrones s5 

joannalannister:

Game of Thrones s5 


Even weeping, she has a strength in her.


dexterqiii:

Maisie Williams - Radio One Teen Awards in London, October 18, 2014


The video of Maisie Williams talking about TLOU Movie at 10:08 


stormbornvalkyrie:

 “For three years in a row you’re working for six months of the year with the same cast and crew and producers. We flew into Rekjavic and we travelled for about 8 hours in a car down the southern coast of the island, so we were very much in a remote place. You do get incredibly tight.” 
— Rose Leslie for InStyle UK November 2014, Photographed by Thanassis Krikis. {credit}

stormbornvalkyrie:

“For three years in a row you’re working for six months of the year with the same cast and crew and producers. We flew into Rekjavic and we travelled for about 8 hours in a car down the southern coast of the island, so we were very much in a remote place. You do get incredibly tight.”

Rose Leslie for InStyle UK November 2014, Photographed by Thanassis Krikis. {credit}


sarahvernons:

I’m a princess cut from marble, smoother than a storm
And the scars that mark my body, they’re silver and gold


onamelancholyhill:

jessicagenius:

bailarina-raven:

"I wore a dress last night to a TV awards, which I’ve worn before and that’s a no-no. You don’t wear the same dress twice. Why? I like it. It’s a nice dress. All that stuff is bullshit." Maisie Williams

PRAISE YOOOU, BLESSS YOUUUUUUU

bless maisie


When he thought of Nissa Nissa, it was his own Marya he pictured, a good-natured plump woman with sagging breasts and a kindly smile, the best woman in the world. He tried to picture himself driving a sword through her, and shuddered. I am not made of the stuff of heroes, he decided. If that was the price of a magic sword, it was more than he cared to pay.

(insp.)


Inspired by



[The flip side to being on such a popular show is that now your life is out there for all the world to see. Is that part of it really strange?] I think I would have been incredibly naive in setting out into this industry and thinking that is not something you sacrifice. I’m fully aware, and I know all the other cast members are, that is something you kind of give up if you are lucky enough to be on a show of this magnitude. I do feel there is some power within the actor to either embrace that or not, and so you can either put yourself out there with Twitter and Instagram and Facebook, or you can hang back on the sidelines. It’s obviously a personal preference, and it’s a wonderful thing to still be given opportunities, but I don’t think it has to be the be-all end-all.

[The flip side to being on such a popular show is that now your life is out there for all the world to see. Is that part of it really strange?] I think I would have been incredibly naive in setting out into this industry and thinking that is not something you sacrifice. I’m fully aware, and I know all the other cast members are, that is something you kind of give up if you are lucky enough to be on a show of this magnitude. I do feel there is some power within the actor to either embrace that or not, and so you can either put yourself out there with Twitter and Instagram and Facebook, or you can hang back on the sidelines. It’s obviously a personal preference, and it’s a wonderful thing to still be given opportunities, but I don’t think it has to be the be-all end-all.



By Year 9, I hated it. I was doing Game of Thrones and trying to fit in at school, catching up with my schoolwork, surrounded by people who didn’t like me. I was different and being different doesn’t go down well at secondary school. It wasn’t necessarily bullying, just girls being girls. They would have hated anyone – it was anger at the opportunity. That [opportunity] doesn’t happen to girls where we come from.

By Year 9, I hated it. I was doing Game of Thrones and trying to fit in at school, catching up with my schoolwork, surrounded by people who didn’t like me. I was different and being different doesn’t go down well at secondary school. It wasn’t necessarily bullying, just girls being girls. They would have hated anyone – it was anger at the opportunity. That [opportunity] doesn’t happen to girls where we come from.


Legend tells that in the Age of Heroes the thirteenth Lord Commander of the Night’s Watch fell in love with a woman with skin as white as the moon and eyes like blue stars. He loved her though her skin was cold as ice, and when he gave his seed to her he gave her his soul as well. He brought her to the Nightfort and bound the brothers of the Night’s Watch to his will through sorcery. He declared himself “Night’s King" and ruled over the Wall and The Gift as his own. The King in the North and Joramun, the King-Beyond-the-Wall, joined forces to defeat him and his queen.


She is the widow of a Dothraki khal, a mother of dragons and sacker of cities.