Saturday, October 3, 2015

VIDEO: See the devilish final trailer for 'Game of Thrones'

Debts are paid in season 4 -- and not just by the Lannisters

VIDEO: See the devilish final trailer for ‘Game of Thrones’


Who would you not want to have hunting for you in George R.R. Martin’s chimerical realm of Westeros? So many of the characters on Games of Thrones spring to mind. Personally, I’d pick Cersei (Lena Headey) and it looks in this final trailer from HBO, as if Cersei is determined to take many heads. Chilling indeed.

You almost feel sorry for Jamie, her brother/lover, at the end of this clip, when he moans, “Why have the gods made me love a hateful woman?”

But there’s so much else happening here as well. In this meaty preview, you get a look at the vaunted fighting style of new addition Oberyn Martell (Pedro Pascal); Lady Brienne is dispatched to recover Arya and Daeneys (Emilia Clarke) is preparing to conquer the city of Mereen. Is she using catapults?

The clip is titled “Devil Inside” which is also the name of song by London Grammar that the action is set to. This should whet your whistle for the April 6 rollout of season 4.

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