Or any other fantasy, really. That's the point of Shrek. It's a parody so it borrows and makes fun of clichés everybody uses.It's hilarious! Although I presume a similar thing could be done with GOT and LOTR!
At least Varys gave an honest reaction.Nah, you can't blame the actors. They literally do what they're told. The ones that don't end up fired or with producer credits.
Yeah, Kit seems like a nice guy and he didn't handle the end well. He was even kind of attacking some vocal haters of season 8, but he didn't quite understand that nobody has problems with the acting but just the laziness of the writers. I hope he gets over it.Sad news: https://pagesix.com/2019/05/28/kit-harington-checked-into-luxury-rehab-for-stress-and-alcohol/
Can totaly see it happening, after playing a role for 9 years, so much stress must have build up. Reminds me of Matthew Perry from Friends.
But Omg his spause is Ygrtite from Game of Thrones? Talking about true love
Assuming RRM ever bothers to get off his complacent rear end. And return from writer's block limbo where he's been vacationing for the entire GoT TV series that is...Good enough I suppose. But I really hope that book will have some other plot
Well said.......Assuming RRM ever bothers to get off his complacent rear end. And return from writer's block limbo where he's been vacationing for the entire GoT TV series that is...
.... yes I agree. By the end of season 7 I was thinking that the story really needed to end.It's actually not a bad thing. After a great show ends I'm usually left feeling a bit empty. This time I was happy to see it go.