Star Trek, The Muppets and The Simpsons did it. More recently, Jackass, Sex and the City and even Entourage have done it.
Kristian Nairn, the actor who plays Hodor on Game of Thrones, came out in an interview with one of the show’s fan sites, WinterIsComing.net.
REVIEW: During the dim distant 1980s, a definite guilty pleasure of being home sick from school or work was the chance to catch a dizzying episode of Australian soap Prisoner. Remembering that there were no home video recorders in that era, the afternoon-screened series about women inmates and their guards – extremely racy for the times – attained an especial mystique.
Last night’s Game of Thrones episode, Rains Of Castamere, was a shocker. If you don’t believe us, Cloud City has compiled a video of TV audiences in a state of bewilderment after the penultimate episode of Game Of Thrones’ Season 3 screened
It’s every woman’s fantasy. All 1.95 metres of Jason Momoa is sitting across the breakfast table, his dark eyes flashing as he reaches for his juice
Yeardley Smith has been playing an eight-year-old for almost a quarter of a century, but the end is in sight – almost. Smith, who is the voice of Lisa Simpson, reveals that The Simpsons won’t last forever.
Fans of Game of Thrones have come to learn one thing: never get too attached to a character. The same goes for the actors themselves.
An Oscar-winning Kiwi costume designer has been asked to weave her magic at an internet billionaire’s fairytale wedding. Sean Parker, founder of file-sharing site Napster and later president of Facebook, has hired film costume designer Ngila Dickson to create an outfit for each guest at his US$10 million (NZ$11.8m) wedding in California in June
Kit Harington it tired of being told to “gut chickens” for Game of Thrones. The British actor portrays Jon Snow in the smash hit sci-fi series.
Not only is Star Trek star, Patrick Stewart, about to wed a jazz singer (Sunny Ozell) half his age, but he’s getting Gandalf to conduct the wedding ceremony! Well, alright – not Gandalf exactly, but his alter-ego, Sir Ian McKellen. Patrick, 72, revealed the plans on The Jonathon Ross Show recently, saying his X-Men co-star would do the honours.