Featuring Tyrion, the fighter.
It was a shock for fans of the books who may have expected a longer journey for Tyrion and Jorah before reaching Dany. However, showrunner David Benioff recently explained in an interview why that particular plotline was fulfilled much earlier than expected. Click To Continue Reading
Against all odds, Tyrion and Sansa are still going strong, even as one royal pain gets her comeuppance.
Daenerys Targaryen’s ancestors are coming up more frequently on Game of Thrones, suggesting that there are parts of her family’s past that Dany could stand to learn from. Who was Baelor the Blessed? Who was “Egg” that Maester Aemon called...Show More Summary
In the week since Game of Thrones Season 5 Episode 6 scandalized viewers with an unexpected rape scene, critics of the show have called for a boycott, while Thrones enthusiasts have continued to insist that the show is no more shocking than it's ever been. Of course, all of this is unlikely to change the way showrunners D.B. Show More Summary
Plenty of chickens came home to roost during the Episode 7 of Game of Thrones’ fifth season, but the biggest concerned Daenerys and Tyrion. [Warning: Spoilers]
We’ve seen Tyrion sing about not dying and Jamie Lannister sing about being in love with his sister, now you can watch the entire behind-the-scenes video in which Coldplay’s Chris Martin attempts (and fails) to produce a “Game of Thrones” musical. Show More Summary
Yesterday we were introduced to the wonder that is Game of Thrones: The Musical, by way of Tyrion's weirdly sexy drunk uncle-ish self-serenade. Well good news, fans of fun things. The soundtrack continues today. "Closer to Home" is Jaime's...
Will Tyrion survive season 5? Nobody knows. He's still around now, though, and celebrating it musically, in a new trailer for Red Nose Day. Death has been foreshadowed several times on Game of Thrones by the dour tones of Lannister anthem,...Show More Summary
Game of Thrones fan favorite Tyrion Lannister (Peter Dinklage) and Coldplay have joined forces for Red Nose Day. More specifically for a segment airing on the NBC special called Game of Thrones: The Musical. You can watch Dinklage perform...Show More Summary
“Game of Thrones: The Musical” is coming. Coldplay’s Chris Martin is working with a bunch of familiar faces from Westeros on a special performance of George R.R. Martin’s epic series for “Red Nose Day.” But instead of beheadings and incest, there will be lots of singing and dancing. Show More Summary
This is a great way to get Tyrion killed, Dinklage. Spoiler alert: Peter Dinklage is still, as of this week, employed by HBO to play Tyrion Lannister on their hit show Game of Thrones. How long that will continue is anyone's guess (at...Show More Summary
When most people bring up the fantastic fantasy show Game of Thrones, they tend to bring up the character of Tyrion Lannister (played by the always brilliant Peter Dinklage). He is smart, snarky, and has a whole lot more personality and soul than most of the people in Westeros. Easily a crowd favorite, can you […]
If you think Tyrion has swagger, wait until you see Peter Dinklage himself singing about all the deaths on Game of Thrones. It's essentially an ode to the fact that Tyrion has remained alive all this time, while Ned Stark, Robert Baratheon, and King Joffrey have all perished. Show More Summary
Have you ever pictured Tyrion Lannister as a singer? Entertainment Weekly reports that actor Peter Dinklage crooned a tune recounting the demise of several Game of Thrones characters. The video embedded above features Dinklage singing about Eddard “Ned” Stark, Robb Stark, and Joffrey Baratheon. Show More Summary
Nothing says, “Judging you,” better than a withering stare, or a side-eyed sip of wine—or, if you’re Tyrion Lannister, you might try both. The Game of Thrones character has had plenty to be disgusted by over the past few seasons, and he’s made a habit of expressing his disdain by drowning it in Westerosi vintage. Show More Summary
It’s ‘Game of Thrones': the musical!
GIF courtesy Uproxx Peter Dinklage recently teamed with the band Coldplay to help out with Red Nose Day. The result? "Game pf Thrones: The Musical" and you can check it out below.Fan fav, "Tyrion" sings about some of the characters who...Show More Summary
This post/song contains spoilers for Game of Thrones. Careful, Tyrion, don't jinx yourself In honor of NBC's charity event, Red Nose Day, Peter Dinklage teamed up with the band Coldplay to create a Game of Thrones musical — including this ode to all the fallen folks of Westeros Red Nose Day has been a tradition in the U.K. Show More Summary
Going on five seasons, the death toll on "Game of Thrones" has gotten pretty high -- but Tyrion Lannister is "Still Going Strong" and Peter Dinklage wants you to know it.The actor redid Coldplay's hit song as a tribute to his "Thrones" character in promotion of Red Nose Day. Show More Summary