TheKingoftheSevenKingdoms

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  1. I think it will work. I think what they are doing is circling back to storylines they skipped for Book 4 and 5 and adapting them for the screen. For some characters at least. We will get the Greyjoys - though Euron doesn't have the eyepatch it seems unfortunately - and the Riverlands/Jaime stuff for the most part. Honestly, anything they do will probably be better than season 5. Easily the worst season of Game of Thrones despite having one of the best episodes - Hardhome.
  2. You are right, but the sad thing is that I have a gut feeling that they are going to position Sansa as Queen in the North. They will probably kill off Rickon, but it would suck because imo I don't think she deserves to be the ruler of the North. She hasn't really learnt or done anything to deserve it
  3. I don't want Jon to be married to Sansa or Arya as some strange people suggest he is going to be. I don't care if he's going to end up with Dany, Arianne, Val, or the Night's Queen or by himself.
  4. Fuck yes. I was a show-watcher first so I don't really care about it "spoiling" the book. They are completely different beasts know in their journey towards the end so it doesn't matter to me.
  5. Well, as someone who works in the film industry, it will be embarrassing if I don't get most if not all these category predictions right: Best Picture: Spotlight Best Director: Tom McCarthy, Spotlight (It's between him, Miller and Innaritu - want George Miller to win so bad) Best Actor: Leonardo DiCaprio, The Revenant Best Actress: Brie Larson, Room Best Supporting Actress: Alicia Vikander, The Danish Girl Best Supporting Actor: Sylvester Stallone, Creed Best Original Screenplay: Spotlight Best Adapted Screenplay: The Big Short Best Cinematography: The Revenant Best Original Score: Ennio Morricone, The Hateful Eight Best Visual Effects: Star Wars: The Force Awakens Best Sound Mixing: Star Wars: The Force Awakens Best Sound Editing: The Revenant Best Film Editing: Mad Max: Fury Road Best Production Design: Mad Max: Fury Road Best Costume Design: Mad Max: Fury Road Best Makeup and Hairstyling: Mad Max: Fury Road Best Foreign Film: Son of Saul
  6. Although there have been Jon and Daenerys threads - too many in my opinion - this was very well thought out. I used to hate the idea of Jon and Daenerys together (I want Jon to marry Arianne Martell for political reasons or die alone and a hero), but after reading ridiculous speculation on people who actually think Jon will marry Sansa or Arya, Daenerys and Jon together seems more plausible and an endgame pairing that would fit the overall series as a whole. I think Jon and Daenerys will be two of the most important pieces to the endgame war with the Others (White Walkers). A lot of people think both are going to die. I actually think Daenerys is going to die and Jon's going to survive.
  7. I haven't read the LOTR's books (I could never get into Fellowship of the Ring for some reason) but I adore the trilogy. They are fantastic, excellently made movies with Peter Jackson at his prime. 1. Lord of the Rings: Return of the King (10/10) 2. Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring (10/10) 3. Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (9/10) 4. The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (7/10) 5. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (6/10) 6. The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies (5/10) If you wanna include Star Wars i in there like some people have. 1. Star Wars - Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back (10/10) 2. Lord of the Rings: Return of the King (10/10) 3. Star Wars: Return of the Jedi (10/10) 4. Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring (10/10) 5. Star Wars: The Force Awakens (9/10) 6. Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (9/10) 7. Star Wars: A New Hope (8/10) 8. The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaugh (7/10) 9. Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith (7/10) 10. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey 11. The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies 12. The Phantom Menance 13. Attack of the Clones
  8. I look like Robb (not Edmure). I have a stocky build, am slender, have red-brownish hair and dark blue eyes.
  9. You know what's funny? JJ had NOTHING to do with Lost post-pilot. He confirmed it in a Q&A with Vanity Fair or Entertainment Weekly, I forget which one. I think you are actually referring to Daemon Lindeloff.
  10. My thoughts after seeing the film: 1. Rey is 100% Luke's daughter. 2. I believe Snoke is indeed Darth Plagueis the Wise, but they changed his race from Munn to something else (I'm relatively new to Star Wars lore, so don't shit on me if I get things wrong). I guess Rian Johnson can explain it in greater detail. 3. Finn is 100% in the friend-zone with Rey. The movie confirmed it with that kiss of death that Rey gives him on the forehead. 4. The Resistance is now really the only thing against the First Order, though the New Republic is not completely gone. Sure the Order lost their Starkiller superweapon, but they still have tons of Imperial remnant ships in the regions they occupy. This confirms that the Resistance is going to get their ass-whooped similar to how the Rebellion got their ass handed in Empire Strikes Back in Episode VIII. I wonder if they will establish another new government in Episode IX. 5. I think the storylines in Episode VIII will be: Kylo Ren training with Snoke juxatoposed with Rey training with Luke, Finn and Poe helping the Resistance against the First Order and maybe a deeper exploration into Sith and Jedi history. I also think Lando is going to appear in the net film with a possible appearance from Boba Fett. 6. Kylo Ren is going to destroy Rey the next time they fight. 7. Leia is going to officially becoming the new leader of the new governmental body by the end of the sequel trilogy, thus making Episode 7 (Han), Episode 8 (Luke), Episode 9 (Leia). 8. BB-8 is the most adorable thing I've seen this side of the movies this year. Captain Phasma however was fucking useless. What a waste of a great actress in Gwendoline Christie. I hope they give her a greater role in the next Saga film. 9. I want that Scottish guy who kept saying Kanjuklub to come back. I fucking want his voice so bad. And he looks identical to my friend so I want to keep freaking him out whenever we see the movie.
  11. Very nice question. Here's my list: 1. Book 1: Jaime, Renly 2. Book 2: Robb, Bronn 3. Book 3: Robb, Asha, Cersei 4. Book 4: Loras, 5. Book 5: Val, If we can't cut Quentyn's pre-arrival story, then include Cletus Yronwood as a POV,
  12. Honestly, I read the beginning post and nothing you say makes any sense. You are just assuming that Jorah will take the black and then somehow wind up becoming LC? yeah, not going to happen
  13. Well, I am a cautious man. I am suspicious of this honorable uncle even if his intentions are good. I will send him to Dorne as a emissary to retrieve my father's bones with a small escort to keep him safe. By the time he comes back, I hope to secure my rule over my holdfast. IF the Crown needs my help, I will send a larger retinue with him in case to represent my house. I will tell my sister to not let her emotions get the best of her and that going to Dorne would be stupid now. I will tell my mother that though I love her, she is not the ruler of this castle. I love my bastard sister and she loves me, and I don't want to hurt her feelings. However, if she wants to go and join them on her own free will, then she can. If she wants to stay, then she will stay. Hell, I might even look at a few minor houses that will amicable to have my sister as his wife. I don't want to pick a side in the Blackwood and Bracken feud. Despite the Freys reputation now, we don't know the personality of the Head of that house during this era. He might be a nice or greedy or cruel or weak - I just don't know. So I'll pick the safe choice and marry a daughter of Lord Darry. I would wed my sister to Lord Mallister's heir. She needs to do her duty and it would be good to send her away from influencing my castle. Tons of lords have bastards so it doesn't really matter. I fathered the child before I was married, so the slight won't be as bad. I will acknowledge the child when it is born (they will stay in my castle) and set up her mother with a cottage out of sight.
  14. I give it a 7/10. In terms of being ranked with the other episode 9s, this was one pretty mediocre compared to Baelor, Blackwater, The Rains of Castamere and the Watchers on the Wall. However just like this season the episode had some up swings and down falls. Pros: The Wall The Daznak Pit Arya discovering Mace and Meryn "Pedophile" Trant Stannis' having Shireen burned is not good and confirm that D&D despise the character, but the buildup was quite good with solid acting from all involved. I am going to miss that actress - a bright spot in a dark world. Cons: Dorne (That's right, I take 2.5 marks off for Dorne because its that bad and useless. If D&D don't listen to the feedback for this season...) This season so far: Episode 1 - 8/10 Episode 2 - 9/10 Episode 3 - 8/10 Episode 4 - 9/10 Episode 5 - 8/10 Episode 6 - 6/10 (lowered my score upon second viewing of episode) Episode 7 - 7/10 Episode 8 - 10/10 Episode 9 - 7/10 Average so far: 8