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A new trailer for Game of Thrones’ Season 4 has dropped and this one, while still focusing on the wedding of King Joffrey and Margaery along with The Mother of Dragons’ new kingdom, turns towards Arya Stark and the revenge she plans to exact on the Lannisters (n.b. the Red Wedding).
And don’t worry, Jon Snow still makes an appearance.
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You can also watch the previous trailer HERE. The show returns to HBO on April 6.
In stark contrast to the heavy coats and furs he wears as Jon Snow in HBO's Game of Thrones series, Kit Harington doffs the winter wear in exchange for a loincloth and arm guard for his role in Pompeii and accompanies the outfit with the perfect accessory of a shredded six pack. In his interview with Vanity Fair, Harington was generous enough to share the secret to his stomach, and it turns out it's a simple 4-part process. All that's required is a daily regimen of:
- An hour of lifting weights
- An hour of cardio
- Two hours of weapons training
- An 1,800 calorie diet
Easy! As an added bonus, Harington's weapons training has improved his fighting performance on the set of Game of Thrones as well, so much so that director Neil Marshall called Pompeii director Paul W.S. Anderson to thank him personally.
We thank you too, Neil.
A new 14-minutes Season 4 Game of Thrones teaser has just been unleashed called 'Ice and Fire': A Foreshadowing'. It offers many glimpses in to the new season as well as interviews with cast and crew and a sneak peak of the Purple Wedding between King Joffrey and Margaert Tyrell.
"There are more climactic moments in season four than there have ever been before."
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After 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?
A new trailer for Season 4 of Game of Thrones premiered last night before the series debut of True Detective and features glimpses of Joffrey Baratheon wearing his crown and his upcoming wedding to Margaery Tyrrell, the march on Meereen, what's coming for Tyrion Lannister, and an anticipated meeting between Mance Rayder's wildlings, and Jon Snow.
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The new season arrives April 6.