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Actor Finn Jones: More Hot Gay Action in 'Game of Thrones', Please

GameofthronesAfter the trailer dropped for season four of HBO's Game of Thrones last week, fans of the critically-acclaimed fantasy saga were chomping at the bit to see what's in store. Those who were hoping for some hot man-on-man action, however, may need to cool off and quell their expectations slightly. According to actor Finn Jones (right), who plays Ser Loras Tyrell, there's just too little gay sex in the works.

Access Hollywood reports (caution: spoilers from past seasons ahead):

“It’s been a fantastic season. Everyone’s worked really hard and the show is just going from strength to strength to strength to strength,” Finn told Access Hollywood at HBO’s post-Golden Globes soiree at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Sunday.

“It feels like it’s really finding it’s ground now and it’s about to explode so I’m really excited,” he added.

But, don’t expect Finn’s character, Ser Loras Tyrell, to have much in the way of romance this season. After he lost his big love – Renly Baratheon – in Season 2, and had a little dalliance last season with squire Olyvar – his bedroom romps have been cooled off somewhat in Season 4.

“There’s not enough hot gay sex for Loras this season. I’m afraid there’s just not enough,” Finn said.

Finn’s comments don’t mean, however, that Loras is loveless in Season 4.

“I have like a slight flirtation with one of the new characters, but I can’t say anything else,” he said.

Will you be watching the season four premiere of Game of Thrones in April?

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  1. Since he suppose to marry Cersei I don't see his character making it through the season.

    Posted by: Lazycrockett | Jan 23, 2014 7:57:33 PM


  2. SPOILERS: Pretty Ser Loras Tyrell ends up horribly CENSORED CENSORED CENSORED CENSORED CENSORED

    Posted by: Charles | Jan 23, 2014 8:04:42 PM


  3. Squire Olyvar's beautiful butt should get its own spin-off series.

    Posted by: JonnyNYNY2FLFL | Jan 23, 2014 8:09:53 PM


  4. Unless the writers for the TV show are gonna add more stuff, then yeah there really isn't any gay stuff in the book after Renly's death. Even the scene from which the pic above was taken was added and wasn't actually present in the book.

    Posted by: Bryan | Jan 23, 2014 8:11:20 PM


  5. I can't watch game of thrones anymore because of all the douches who constantly volunteer spoilers online. What the hell is wrong with you people - time to move out of your mom's place, lose some of that weight, and get a freaking life.

    Posted by: Tristram | Jan 23, 2014 8:22:44 PM


  6. When will the gay community stop allowing itself to be manipulated by both the gay media and Hollywood? Both the gay media and Hollywood are stringing you along with false promises of this and that which never materialize. Do you enjoy being fooled as a community?

    Posted by: jason | Jan 23, 2014 8:32:31 PM


  7. "Champing." The phrase is "champing at the bit."

    Posted by: Irritated Grammar Nazi | Jan 23, 2014 8:40:56 PM


  8. Just an FYI ... the expression is "champing at the bit", not "chomping".

    Posted by: John | Jan 23, 2014 8:42:23 PM


  9. After finally getting around to finishing the books, I'm not that interested in the TV show anymore. It's really pales in comparison.

    Posted by: Martin | Jan 23, 2014 9:34:25 PM


  10. Love this show! It's great it has any gay sexuality at all. I thought Renly was cute. Too bad he had to die. Excited to watch the trailer now!

    Posted by: SpaceCadet | Jan 24, 2014 12:32:29 AM


  11. To be fair in the tv show there are a lot more gay sex than in the books.
    Game of thrones is very groundbreaking in the sense that in mainstrean fantasy gays usually don't exist, and they exist in Martin's universe (there's a good bunch of characters that are gay or bisexual, unfortunately noone of them is a main character).
    The show was an step further

    Posted by: jjose712 | Jan 24, 2014 5:58:07 AM


  12. Charles: Come on Charles, that just don't happen in season four (wich is the second half of the third book)

    Posted by: jjose712 | Jan 24, 2014 6:01:23 AM


  13. How do you know? They're gonna have to start making serious changes to the sequence of events in the books pretty soon, unless they want a certain pivotal and much loved central character offscreen for an entire season.

    Posted by: Charles | Jan 24, 2014 6:33:33 AM


  14. You can get more gay content each year spending your cable dollars buying LGBT movies, and watching online shows. Cable is not much of a value to LGBT people.

    Posted by: Daniel | Jan 24, 2014 8:36:45 AM


  15. George R. R. Martin is kind of a homophobe based on prior commentary he has made, so it isn't shocking there isn't a lot of gay sex in the books for even the gay characters.

    And the show has already strayed from the books a decent amount, so I suppose HBO can put as much or as little of it as it wants.

    What they should be concerned about (as we all should who read/love the books) is when the sixth book will be finished. Sooner or later the show will catch up with the books.

    Posted by: Beezer | Jan 24, 2014 10:40:03 AM


  16. I don't want enlightened gay content in Westeros, any more than I want Democracy, female suffrage, Amnesty International or penicillin.

    A heroic and closeted gay comradeship is all you're gonna get, and you're not gonna get that.

    It's a vicious dump. That's why we visit.

    Posted by: Charles | Jan 24, 2014 1:01:41 PM


  17. Based on the books, GRR Martin is a brutal misogynist, a tribal racist and a monarchist.

    Confusing the author's views with those expressed by his creations is the most basic mistake one can make in textual analysis.

    Posted by: Charles | Jan 27, 2014 2:33:16 PM


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