The Hollywood Reporter rounds up the past week in 'Thrones' news, including our own interviews with the cast and deep dives into the episode. read more
By CRACKED Staff Published: July 20th, 2017
Game of Thrones showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss are no strangers to controversy, be it serious (questions about the show’s handling of sexual violence) or trivial (Ed Sheeran cameos). Whatever experience they’ve mustered over the years dealing with backlash probably came in handy Wednesday when online outrage erupted over ... More »
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In about one of the biggest TV controversies in 2017, people are still upset about Ed Sheeran's brief appearance in Game Of Thrones.
Heroically taking some of the heat off Ed Sheeran this week, Game Of Thrones co-creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss yesterday announced their next series for HBO: Confederate, a sprawling, speculative fiction that imagines an alternate...Show More Summary
#Hipletballerinas, Friday night Strutting _#Becausewecan__The School of Homer Bryant/CMDC,Chicago, IL @teddysphoto A post shared by Homer Bryant (@homerhansbryant) on Feb 3, 2017 at 8:53pm PST Ed Sheeran's incredibly popular song "Shape...Show More Summary
A lot of people didn't like Ed Sheeran's Game of Thrones cameo. But he was getting plenty of hate even before he arrived in Westeros. His fame—and the backlash—grew as he shifted from the acoustic pop ballads of his first album to the full-on party jams of his third album, ÷, released in March. Show More Summary
They say lightning never strikes twice, but it was certainly a close call for Australian surfer Mick Fanning. SEE ALSO: Fishermen find an 18-foot-long sea giant in their nets and, no, we're not freaking out WATCH: Ed Sheeran fans were treated to a painfully awkward moment on 'Game of Thrones' Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
The director of Sunday's Season 7 premiere stands by the pop singer's appearance, and so does Sheeran, himself
Some Game Of Thrones fans weren’t crazy about Ed Sheeran’s much-hyped appearance on the show’s recent season premiere, but they can all breathe a sigh of relief now that HBO has released a new batch of Game Of Thrones photos that don’t feature a single glimpse of that adorable moppet’s ginger locks. Show More Summary
Twitter exploded after Game of Thrones fans got a surprise cameo on Sunday night's season premiere: English singer Ed Sheeran playing a Lannister soldier. Heavy rounds up some of the best memes about his appearance, while USA Today gathers up a range of the reactions, ranging from bafflement ("Ed Sheeran...
Ed Sheeran was acting bizarre AF on Twitter the other day. As we previously reported, the Shape Of You singer deactivated and then reactivated his Twitter account amid the surprising backlash he received for his Game of Thrones cameo. However, it appears the GoT criticism had NOTHING to do with Taylor Swift's bestie's weird online behavior. Related: [...]
John Boyega has become the latest actor to criticise Game of Thrones for its lack of diversity. SEE ALSO: What film stars really think about Hollywood's diversity issue WATCH: Ed Sheeran fans were treated to a painfully awkward moment on 'Game of Thrones' Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
Game of Thrones director Jeremy Podeswa has defended Ed Sheeran after he was mocked for his cameo in the Season 7 premiere.
Many internet denizens weren't so pleased with Ed Sheeran's musical cameo in Game of Thrones — so much so that when he deleted his Twitter account the next day, people assumed he'd been driven away by critics. But Ed Sheeran says that is not the case. Show More Summary
Ed Sheeran is spilling on why he quit Twitter and it had nothing to do with his Game of Thrones cameo. The 26-year-old entertainer took to his Instagram to explain his decision to leave Twitter, which followed some mixed reviews of his GoT appearance. “Last i’ll say on this. I came off Twitter Coz I [...]
Game of Thrones and The Simpsons seem to have a lot more in common these days. Ed Sheeran briefly appeared on the fantasy series' Season 7 opener and is also set to guest star on the long-running animated series this fall. Now, it looks like another GoT alum is headed to Springfield. Nikolaj... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com The Simpsons Nikolaj Coster-Waldau
If you've heard his songs, which, given your possession of a Wi-Fi enabled device, you almost certainly have, chances are you have a strong opinion about singer/songwriter Ed Sheeran. Sheeran's catchy, acoustic ballads are contentious, to say the least. Show More Summary
A post shared by Ed Sheeran (@teddysphotos) on Jul 19, 2017 at 9:04am PDT Ed Sheeran has no time for haters. On Wednesday, the singer responded to the backlash over his Game of Thrones cameo. While some people were excited to see the Brit on their screen, others thought it ruined the whole season seven premiere. Show More Summary