Thrilling yarn: tapestry depicts 'Game of Thrones' saga
Belfast (AFP) - In a Belfast museum, seamstresses are at work depicting gory battles and warring kings in shimmering threads of red and gold -- an epic homage to the TV phenomenon "Game of Thrones".The team of volunteers at the Ulster Museum are putting the final touches to a 90-metre (300-foot) tapestry depicting all eight seasons of the fantasy saga, which reached its dramatic conclusion in May."Game of Thrones", which first hit screens in 2011, was produced and chiefly filmed in studios in Belfast and in the Northern Irish countryside.The Northern Irish public have taken the series to their...
Aaron Rodgers Appears On ‘Game of Thrones’ As King’s Landing Resident
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers might be shooting for a career in film once he retires, similar to former New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski.While Rodgers is a longtime fan of HBO’s hit show Game of Thrones, not many expected the two-time NFL MVP winner to make a cameo appearance. On Sunday night’s episode, he did.In the second-to-last episode of the series, now in its eighth and final season, Rodgers appeared. He said: “I have a bit of inside information about who is alive in one of the episodes, but I’ll share that down the line.” Rumors had swirled about the quarterba...
Max Homa Gets First PGA Tour Win And Misses GoT [VIDEO]
Max Homa is really hitting his stride this week. On Sunday, he picked up his first PGA Tour win. The 28-year-old from Burbank, California, ultimately won the Wells Fargo Championship in Charlotte by three strokes.If this is your first time hearing about Homa, you’re not to blame. After winning the 2013 Individual NCAA Division I Championship and being selected to the 2013 U.S. Walker Cup squad, Homa stopped making headlines. That changed on Sunday night.After missing 15 of 17 cuts, he pushed on and hit the range, saying he’d normally shoot a “bazillion” on Thursday and then repeat it on Friday...
'Game Over': Trump again taps 'GoT,' this time in Russia saga
Washington (AFP) - President Donald Trump has used "Game of Thrones" imagery to push for his wall on the US-Mexico border and to hint at fresh sanctions on Iran.Now, he has once again gone to the iconography of the widely acclaimed HBO fantasy series to declare himself the victor in his pitched battle with Special Counsel Robert Mueller.On Thursday, even before the release of Mueller's long-awaited report detailing his investigation into Russia's interference in the 2016 US presidential election, Trump was ready."GAME OVER," he declared in an unmistakably "Game of Thrones"-esque tweet. Trump w...