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Sorry for the tardiness at announcing this but congratulations to Julie Raye Rod who won our giveaway for a X-men Dark Phoenix dress from TV Store Online!



I still have a Game of Thrones giveaway coming up, I’m just waiting for the items to get to me.

  April 13th, 2015 Contest

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Playing Sansa Stark in Game of Thrones – growing up on set and facing peril on screen – has been quite an education for Sophie Turner, as she tells Jessica Salter

It feels appropriate that when I meet Sophie Turner, the 19-year-old actor who plays Sansa Stark in the phenomenally successful television series Game of Thrones, a solar eclipse is plunging part of the earth into darkness. It almost sounds like a plot line. Sadly, neither of us sees anything – where we are in east London it is cloudy and cold. Turner has arrived bang on time, dressed in high-waisted skinny jeans and a parka, yawning. “Excuse me,” she says immediately. “I’m not used to getting up at 9am.”


Perhaps not this week – she has had a week of premieres and evening events promoting the show – but when she is on set, as she has been from July to December for the past five years, she works a 12-hour day. “I sleep whenever I have a spare moment,” she says, laughing. “If I arrive on set and they tell me I have five minutes before hair and make-up, then I head straight to my trailer for a nap.” Filming for the show takes place in Northern Ireland, Malta, Croatia, Iceland and Morocco – “I’ve mainly been in Ireland lately,” Turner says. “I wish I was back in the sun.”


For the uninitiated, Game of Thrones is a medieval fantasy epic, adapted for HBO from the sprawling novels by George RR Martin, that features a cast of thousands. It is set largely on the battle-scarred continent of Westeros, where clans scheme and slay each other in attempts to seize the throne and rule the seven kingdoms while facing imminent threat of attacks from the queen of the dragons and her army across the sea, the former king’s youngest brother, who has a creepy priestess on his side, and an even darker force – the terrifying “Others” – bearing down from the north. Everyone fears the changing seasons – winter, which is coming, can last for decades.


The series, which starts its fifth season tomorrow night, drew 19 million viewers in the US alone for the season four finale broadcast last June. Turner has been playing Sansa Stark, one of the show’s leading characters, since she was 14. “I’ve grown up with her,” she says. “I really feel what she feels; I probably know her better than I know myself.”

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  April 11th, 2015 Articles Interviews

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The breakout performance of last season’s “Game of Thrones” was definitely Sophie Turner, whose Sansa Stark got to turn the tables after enduring four years of torment by the Lannisters. Far from being a puppet at the hands of Littlefinger, she proved that she could hold her own when it came to manipulation.


But what will she do with the chance to finally avenge her family? We asked Turner to tell us as much as she could without losing her head about Season 5, which premieres this Sunday at 9 p.m. on HBO.


People are so excited to see what’s next for Sansa.

At the end of Season 4, she was going off on a tour of the Vale with Littlefinger. In Season 5, we’re seeing the plan that he has in store for Sansa, which is interesting. She’s very powerful — her and Littlefinger, it’s more that they’re a duo rather than her taking control over him. He has the brains, and so does she but she can really manipulate him to get what she wants. But she needs him as much as he needs her.


One of the most powerful scenes last season was Sansa testifying about Littlefinger before the Eyrie council.

That was my favorite scene to film, I think. It was so well-written and so sneaky and subtle, I loved it. It was also amazing watching Aiden doing his close-up, and the camera being on him the whole time and watching him just slowly figure out what this girl is doing. It’s probably the scene I’m most proud of, I loved it.

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  April 10th, 2015 Articles Game of Thrones Interviews

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Thanks to Watchers On The Wall for the heads up about these!

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  April 9th, 2015 Game of Thrones Video

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Thanks to IHeartJake, I have added photos to the NY Times photoshoot with Maisie Williams. Sadly they’re tagged but it’s such a lovely photoshoot I wanted to post them anyway.


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  April 9th, 2015 Gallery Photoshoots

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When George R.R. Martin released a chapter last week from the still-unpublished sixth novel in his saga “A Song of Ice and Fire,” the books behind HBO’s “Game of Thrones,” he chose one written from the point of view of Sansa Stark.

Martin’s excerpt (read it at georgerrmartin.com/excerpt-from-the-winds-of-winter) not only assured readers that, yes, he really is still writing, it served as a reminder that Sansa and the other women play key roles in the story.

Unlike most other sword-and-scorcery epics – notably “The Lord of the Rings” – the women stand as equals in the medieval fantasy world of “Game of Thrones,” maybe not in title but certainly in power.

For fans of the HBO series, the fifth season of “Game of Thrones” figures to underscore that point more boldly than ever when it returns Sunday.

While key male figures were busy in Season 4 being stabbed, shot, poisoned and otherwise dispatched from the scene, the women were busy surviving and plotting revenge.

As Season 5 dawns:

(Warning! If you are not caught up through the end of Season 4, major spoilers await below.)


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  April 6th, 2015 Game of Thrones News & Rumors

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Sophie Turner enters a London bar in a black leather jacket and black pants, looking a bit like her transformed character on the last season of HBO’s Game of Thrones—where fans were delighted to see the perpetually victimized Stark daughter finally seize some measure of control by luring master manipulator Littlefinger (Aidan Gillen). Here, we chat about last season’s big change, what life has been like since joining the show, her Starbucks fixation, and a little bit about Sansa’s dark season 5.


ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: We have to start with last season’s Darth Sansa costume change.
Sophie Turner: It was so fun.


Which you’re continuing here today.
Apparently! I think I’ll just wear all black from now on.


What was your reaction when producers showed you the outfit?
It had been the most difficult process for Michelle [Clapton, the series’ lead costume designer] to make, because I was fluctuating in weight, so we didn’t get the dress property until the day we shot it. So I just saw it all together on the day. it was incredible. It was so sick. It was nice having a change and [to] be able to reflect it outwardly with badassness. That was really fun. It’s like, the most uncomfortable costume I’ve ever worn, but it was really fun.


Does that continue into the new season?
It continues to a point. And then, um… [Note: We’re cutting this part out because, well, spoiler!]


What was surprising was reading comments and talking to people who suddenly started rooting for Littlefinger / Sansa romance.
It was so weird! That was really weird, actually. When the kiss happened, my Twitter exploded with “Eww! that’s disgusting!” And like the next day I got a ton of tweets going, “Ohhhh, they should be together.” Aidan has a daughter who’s like a year younger than me. Game of Thrones, they love that stuff. It was Sansa playing the game a bit more. I think they liked that because so far, she’s been the weak vulnerable one. Then she came out in the outfit she knew was going to—I’m reluctant to say the word “seduce,” but use it to manipulate Littlefinger. And they were like, “Oh, she is actually playing the game,” which was fun.


My read on it was that, the hair and her outfit, it was like she was trying to look more like her mom, whom Littlefinger had a crush on. Or am I off in that?
In some ways, the hair going black was more away from her mother. But the outfit was more womanly, and that was more along the lines of her mother. The hair—she wanted to be seen as someone completely different.


Who in the Thrones universe would make a good match for Sansa?
To be honest, Littlefinger. Not a match as in romantically, but as a duo they could be a real power duo. They have this weird balance and trust and distrust with each other, and she can somewhat manipulate him, and he can her. But romantically? I really don’t know. There’s not many great guys.


How’s your life changed over the past five years?
Obviously, Game of Thrones has given me a platform to stand on and a ton of opportunities for other projects. But apart from that, my private life hasn’t been invaded that much, and I’ve got quite a good balance. Thrones has just pushed me to a level that’s not “famous” but “well known,” and hopefully I can use it to hop onto other projects.


Do you want to keep acing permanently, or like Jack Gleeson [Joffrey] do you want to do this for awhile then do something else?
I have a burning desire to work at Starbucks.


Like, have a normal 9 to 5 job?
I was suggesting it to my parents, that I just work at a service station or a Starbucks or something.


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  April 6th, 2015 Articles Game of Thrones Interviews

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I’ve caught up with the screenshots of the interviews Sophie has done in the past couple of weeks plus added a few magazine scans. I’ve also added a Candid section of photos taken of Sophie out and about in town or at the airports.


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– Screencaptures > 2015 > Sky Atlantic Season 5 London Premiere (2015)

– Screencaptures > 2015 > Season 5 London Premiere – Which Character Would You Kill Off? (2015)

– Screencaptures > 2015 > Season 5 London Premiere – Which Character Would You Bring Back to Life? (2015)

– Screencaptures > 2015 > Real Housewives of Westeros (2015)

– Screencaptures > 2015 > Season 5 San Franciso Premiere – Live Stream Interview (2015)

– Screencaptures > 2015 > Season 5 San Franciso Premiere – Pop Sugar Interview (2015)

– Screencaptures > 2015 > Season 5 San Franciso Premiere – Bay Area Interview (2015)

– Screencaptures > 2015 > Season 5 San Franciso Premiere – Extra Interview (2015)

– Screencaptures > 2015 > Season 5 San Franciso Premiere – Access Hollywood Interview (2015)

– Screencaptures > 2015 > Season 5 San Franciso Premiere – What if the GOT Characters Joined Tinder? (2015)

– Screencaptures > 2015 > HBO Latin America Interview (2015)

– Magazines > 2015 > Look UK – April 6 2015

– Magazines > 2015 > Total Film – April 2015

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