08 December, 2018
It's set to be epic, according to Vladimir Furdik, who plays the Night King.
The trailer shows a sweeping map of Westeros with a statue of a wolf being taken over by snow.
Anyway, the new trailer is here and it's basically just a load of ice being met by a load of fire and fuck knows what any of that means.
George W. Bush gives Michelle Obama candy at father's funeral
He will be missed! So, he handed the 94-year-old the phone as Bush began to say his final goodbye. "We'll sing for our President". The funeral of former President Ronald Reagan in 2004 brought together both Bushes, Clinton, Carter and Gerald Ford.
Donald Trump says China sending 'strong signals' of trade cooperation
Here's a complete translation of the notice, titled "Ministry of Commerce spokesman answers reporter's questions on U.S". Italy's government is seeking to spend and borrow more, which could elevate interest rates and stifle growth.
Green Bay Packers head to Minnesota for primetime game against Vikings
Trubisky was hit on the left shoulder by Vikings safety Harrison Smith, and came to a stop with his weight on his right shoulder. At 7-3 the Bears are 11/2 games up on the 5-4-1 Vikings, but the time to savor Sunday night's accomplishment already had passed.
While HBO have released an official teaser, the name feels a tad disingenuous, since there's no actual new footage in it. Both elements are seen existing in its natural habitat, taking over certain grounds and things get escalated when fire meets ice where the teaser ultimately ends. If the result is dragonglass, it's worth noting that's one of the few ways White Walkers can be killed. Game of Thrones, the hit HBO series is finally heading to its last segment and season.
David Benioff and D.B. Weiss returned to executive produce the final season alongside Carolyn Strauss, Frank Doelger and Bernadette Caulfield, with Bryan Cogman, Guymon Casady, Vince Gerardis and George R.R. Martin serving as co-executive producers.
Our resident "Game of Thrones" expert, Kim Renfro, will be back next year to cover the final season of "Game of Thrones".