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"The Game of the Thrones" received "lighting" after the New York premiere



"The Thrones' Actors" were held at 2am at their private party in the Mandarin Oriental after the premiere of the last season of the HBO show at the Radio City Music Hall.

Natalie Dormier, Gwendolin Christie, Mykola Koster-Valdau, Meuse Williams, Keith Harington, Emilia Clarke, Jason Momoa and even more celebrated in the private VIP hall on the 35th floor.

Clark's Mother of Dragons has published: "We may have some light." Ranish, the big flock of the Siegfeld Ballroom, Sophie Turner was pop star Bridget Joe Jonas – but without her shoes.

When she was asked where they are, she dramatically told us: "They are gone, forever." it was noticed that they asked the stars to help find a way-up (which appears to cost $ 1

,200 Gucci sandals that were located under the VIP table).

Turner found that there is a gap between her board and the male star of Harrington.

But she said to us: "I really do not mind the kit gets more money. The play has a number of actors, and he is on top. He got up early every day and shot many other scenes in the cold – he deserves it. "

The creator of the series George R.R. Martin quietly sat at the table with his sister, and he told us that he liked the first episode of the final season.

The show advanced in front of his books, but he shared his plans for novels with producers.

"All gathered for a meeting and I told them ending with wide blows, but not a concrete dialogue"

As for their reaction to his spoilers, he said: "They are professionals."

He came up with a series of celebrity fans who tried to figure out who was killed and who was successful in the final season, including the comic Murray Hill, who dared to make it to Bridget Everett for $ 20. Martin laughed and said to Hill: "No chance, I would not even told you secrets for 50 bucks."

Jack Glison, who played the ill-fated King of Joffrey, abandoned all the interviews in a very chic English accent, like Tyrion Lannister, in a more captivating New York style.


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