After whetting fans appetites with a few teasers for the second season of "Game of Thrones," HBO's ready to unleash the real thing.
The network unveiled a more complete trailer for "Game of Thrones" over the weekend, one that includes glimpses of Daenerys, King Joffrey, and Peter Dinklage's Tyrion, who declares before the clip ends, "I understand the way this game is played."
Even though it's just a minute long, no doubt many of you agree with Cinema Blend that the second season is "poised to be even grander than last year."
The 18th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards honored first-time and sixth-time winners alike on Sunday night.
Octavia Spencer and Viola Davis received SAG awards for their supporting and leading roles, respectively, in "The Help," which also took home the award for outstanding cast in a motion picture.
Meanwhile, ABC sitcom “Modern Family” accepted its second Actor for outstanding performance by an ensemble, as did HBO's hit drama, “Boardwalk Empire."
Here’s the full list of winners:
Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph and Melissa McCarthy took the stage at the SAG awards Sunday night, armed with booze, to announce their flick “Bridesmaids” – a contender for outstanding cast in a motion picture.
Beer, wine and Grey Goose in hand, the women shared their Martin Scorsese drinking game with the crowd.
You have to take a drink every time you hear the name Scorsese, the women explained.
Betty White looked genuinely shocked on Sunday night when she picked up her second straight Screen Actors Guild Award for outstanding female actor in a comedy series.
Upon hearing her name, White mouthed, “I won.”
Taking the stage, the beloved “Hot in Cleveland” actress said, “The nomination belongs to four of us,” referencing her costars Valerie Bertinelli, Jane Leeves and Wendie Malick.
“I'm not going to let them keep this, but I'll let them see it,” she joked.
Before heading off stage, White, who was awarded the Life Achievement Award in 2010, clutched her Actor and whispered, “I remember you, sweetheart.”
Once you pop the fun don’t stop... if you're Brad Pitt, that is.
On the red carpet at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, the “Moneyball” actor revealed that he got his SAG card after appearing in a Pringles commercial.
“I like Pringles,” he added.
Matthew Lillard made the transition from comedic actor to dramatic actor with his recent role in “The Descendants.”
But when he walked the red carpet at the Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday, Lillard joked that he was more excited about making the transition from an “unemployed actor to a working actor.”
Lillard told E!’s Giuliana Rancic that a lot of things have changed since he became part of costar “George Clooney’s posse.”
“I’m with the Cloonster,” he said. “Nothing can go wrong when you roll with George Clooney.”
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