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Entertainment Weekly March 15, 2019

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sound bites

POP CULTURE’S BEST “You are the King Joffrey of pop.”—Jeff Ross, comparing Justin Bieber to the infamous ruler, on Comedy Central Roast of Justin Bieber“Khaleesi is marrying Jack Sparrow. Oh God, that show has really gone off the rails.”—Leslie (Amy Poehler), revealing a twist in the Game of Thrones “series finale” during a flash-forward, on Parks and Recreation“Look, it makes sense if you’ve read the books.”—Ben (Adam Scott)“It has a lot of nudity… which I fast-forward through to get to the chopped-off heads.”—Dwight (Rainn Wilson), sharing his Game of Thrones viewing habits, on The Office“Find you a man who talks about you the way Tormund talks about Brienne of Tarth.”—Mindy Kaling, shipping Tormund (Kristofer Hivju) and Brienne (Gwendoline Christie), on Twitter“If I wanted to know what happened in Europe a long…

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the must list

TV 1 BILLIONS It’s more money, more problems for political heavyweight Chuck Rhoades (Paul Giamatti) and billionaire Bobby Axelrod (Damian Lewis) as the fourth season of the addictively rich drama turns the former rivals into allies…for now. (Showtime) Q+A PAUL GIAMATTI The actor, 51, talks to EW’s Derek Lawrence about flipping the dynamic that Billions was built on Where do we pick up with Chuck? Last we saw, he lost his job and his planned run for office was thwarted. He’s opened a private practice, but that’s not satisfying him, so he’s looking to build his reputation back up. He’s got this alliance with Axelrod that will prove fruitful and helpful, but they’re both pretty shifty guys, so one doesn’t know how long that will last. What should we expect from that relationship? I have to imagine there’s…

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10 the essential luke perry

LUKE PERRY WAS USED TO REQUESTS LIKE this. The year was 2016, and the actor was making the rounds at San Diego Comic-Con with the cast of his new show, Riverdale. After shooting an on-camera interview, Perry was leaving the studio when a woman in her 40s—the prime age bracket for Beverly Hills, 90210 fandom—approached him with a request for a picture. “Absolutely,” he replied. Perry stepped behind his fan and wrapped his arms around her, resting his chin on her shoulder. Click. (That fan would be me, if you haven’t already guessed.) It isn’t easy being a “former teen heartthrob,” but Perry didn’t run from his past—he embraced it. From the moment he first cruised into Beverly Hills as bad boy Dylan McKay, Perry epitomized everything we wanted in a…

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game of thrones final fantasy

The great battle is over. The snowy ground is streaked with blood. Beloved heroes lie dead outside the castle gates. Winterfell is quiet. And then… A sudden roar from above. A gust of wind. A blur of low-flying movement. A dragon? No. An ice dragon? Worse. “F---ing spoiler helicopter just flew right over the set!” says an alarmed crew member. This could be a disaster. It’s April 2018 on the set of the final season of Game of Thrones in Northern Ireland. The helicopter seemingly came out of nowhere and flew directly over a ridiculously sensitive scene. The production is supposed to have government-protected airspace—no planes, no drones, and sure as the seven hells no mystery choppers buzzing Winterfell. If paparazzi armed with cameras were on board, their photos would cause…

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your watch begins

SEASON 1 E.1 / WINTER IS COMING WRITERS David Benioff & D.B. Weiss DIRECTOR Tim Van Patten PLOT After the death of his right-hand man, King Robert Baratheon travels north to Winterfell to ask his old friend Lord Eddard “Ned” Stark to assume the role. The queen, Cersei; her twin brother, Jaime Lannister; and their brother Tyrion Lannister arrive with the king. The two families intermingle to devastating result: Bran (the second youngest of the Stark children) interrupts Jaime and Cersei having incestuous sex, so Jaime pushes him from a tower window to silence him. Across the Narrow Sea in Pentos, exiled prince Viserys Targaryen forces his sister, Daenerys, to wed Khal Drogo, the leader of a Dothraki tribe, in exchange for an army so he can return to Westeros and reclaim…

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map to the starks

IN MINIATURE AND AT WARP SPEED, THE HISTORY of Game of Thrones—the bloody battles, the shifts in power, the rise and fall of houses—is depicted in the series’ title sequence and its three-dimensional map of the Seven Kingdoms. The map was first developed for the pilot, but with the intention of using it for interstitials, which would keep the audience clear on where the action was taking place. “It broke up the narrative in the most horrible way,” title designer Angus Wall says. “But we realized there was a need to tell the geography of the world—in the same way that a legend would for a book. That became the title sequence.” The next dilemma was how to showcase it in its entirety; the choice to situate the map within a…

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