The 'one and only good-looking Frey' has been cast in Game of Thrones Season 3!
According to the CV of Alexandra Dowling, the English actress will be playing the role of Roslin Frey in season three of Game of Thrones.
Game Of Thrones Season 3: Tease VIDEO:
Game of Thrones - Season 3 - Casting News - Coldplay Drummer to Guest
You know your show is a big deal when you need to cast a drummer and Will Champion shows up.
The Coldplay musician will appear in the eagerly anticipated third season of the fantasy drama.
Here’s all we’re permitted to reveal about his part: Champion will play … a drummer!
This is actually the second famous musician joining Thrones during the upcoming season — Snow Patrol lead singer Gary Lightbody was cast last summer in a role that hasn’t yet been officially described (Next: Bono as Ramsay Snow!).
Game of Thrones - Season 3 - Set Photos - First look at Daario and Missandei:
Game of Thrones - Season 3 - Set Photos - Khaleesi & Ser Jorah (thumbnails):
Can't argue that the Game of Thrones season 3 sets and costumes don't look as amazinglynrealistic as ever. I imagine a tour of the sets would be a truly spectacular experience but since I don't think it feasible to travel so afar at this time, these photos will have to suffice.
Despite the inevitable nit-picking from the the devout Game of Thrones 'bookies' that rue the transition of the look of a fantasy book character to the costuming of an actual actor who is not going to be trussed up and CGI'ed like say, Gollum in the big screen LotR, I see no reason to complain that Daario is missing his 'blue hair and 3-prong blue beard with gold mustachio tips.' To be most forthright, this aspect of the series--all of the Mother of Dragons/Khaleesi adventures is the least interesting of the series thus far. To say they give her 'nothing' to do' is rather an exaggertion; to assess that she really does not accomplish a lot given how much time she expends doing it? That might be fair. My truth is that every time I get to a 'Khaleesi' chapter in the Game Of Thrones series I wish to skip it, though I don't. I'm hoping that Emilia Clarke, the actor portraying her, will somehow mine something of interest (besides Ser Jorah) out of the television adaption. To sum up, I hope the whole Mother of Dragons aspect of the books is greatly improved for the television adaption--that, or her screen time is reduced.