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Loads of new production stills from the Game of Thrones season 4 finale have been added to the gallery! With big thanks to Far Far Away. As usual, be sure to check their site for even more stills.
HD Screencaps and a couple of new promotional stills from the Game of Thrones Season 4 finale The Children have been added to the gallery!
Game of Thrones > Season 4 (2014) > Episode Stills > 4×10 – The Children [+2]
Eric D. Howell will make his feature directorial debut with the film, which is based on the Italian novel “La Voce Della Pietra” by Silvio Raffo.
Emilia Clarke is set to star in the indie psychological thriller Voice From the Stone.
Eric D. Howell will make his feature directorial debut with the film, which is based on the Italian novel La Voce Della Pietra by Silvio Raffo. Andrew Shaw is adapting the screenplay.
Set in 1950s Tuscany, Voice From the Stone centers on a nurse (Clarke) who is helping a boy through the trauma of his mother’s sudden death. As she works with the troubled child, she becomes ensnared by a malevolent force inside the family’s castle.
Voice From the Stone is scheduled to start principal photography in November in Italy.
Dean Zanuck and Stefano Gallini-Durante are producing the Zanuck Independent and Code 39 Films production. Mark Wheaton is executive producing.
Added in the gallery a couple of new production stills from Game of Thrones 4×07 Mockingbird (thanks to Far Far Away, be sure to visit the site for more!) and a new promotional image from Season 4 (or Season 3, to be honest I’m not quite sure!) with big big thanks to Renee!
Game of Thrones > Season 4 (2014) > Episode Stills > 4×07 – Mockingbird [+2]
The first production stills from Game of Thrones season 4 finale The Children has been released and added to the gallery!
Theirs was a deep, passionate celibate romance: Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) and Ser Jorah Mormont (Iain Glen). In Sunday’s Game of Thrones, Dany finally learned of her most trusted adviser’s early fleeting treachery, how the grizzled exiled knight who fled Westeros spied on her for the crown in an attempt to earn a pardon for trading in slaves. Of course, viewers know Jorah fell madly in love with the Breaker of Chains soon after joining her revolution on the ground floor in season one and it that he would never dream of betraying her today. “It’s something she’s aware of on one level,” Clarke says of Ser Jorah’s royal crush.
We chatted briefly with Clarke about Sunday’s break-up scene, which the actress says was the most difficult moment for her to shoot in the fourth season.
“Emotionally for me it was so intricate,” Clarke says. “Jorah’s been with me since day one, season one. The scene itself is unpleasant because I — Emilia — know that what Dany is doing is wrong, And it was the first time I’ve ever felt that.”
It’s a good point. Dany has been largely masterful in her decisions throughout the series, rising from an indentured bride for horselord Khal Drogo, to the ruler of the cities of Slaver’s Bay with an army and trio of dragons backing her up. But now by falling prey to Tywin Lannister’s poisoned pen letter, she’s throwing away one of her most valuable assets.
“I’m looking at Ian Glen thinking: ‘Don’t leave!’” she says. “I’m banishing him and all I want to do is cling to his ankles. It was really hard it marked one of the biggest decisions of this character to date.”
We know that Thrones characters often pay huge prices for relatively small mistakes on this show. Could the dismissal of Ser Jorah be the start of Dany’s downfall? (source)