GAME OF THRONES: Season 3 — Meet The New Players


When Game Of Thrones returns in 2013, several new players will enter the game. Meet Season 3’s new cast members, and watch the Season 2 recap trailer played at Comic-Con, below.

Season 3: Meet The New Cast Members

Here’s the full list of new arrivals in Season 3:

  1. Clive Russell, as Bryndon “The Blackfish” Tully
  2. Nathalie Emannuel as Missandei
  3. Kerry Ingram as Shireen Baratheon
  4. Tara Fitzgerald as Selyse Baratheon
  5. Paul Kaye as Thoros of Myr
  6. Ellie Kendirck as Meera Reed
  7. Thomas Brodie-Sangster as Jojen Reed
  8. Richard Dormer as Beric Dondarrion
  9. Philip McGinley as Anguy
  10. Kristofer Hivju as Tormund Giantsbane
  11. Mackenzie Crook as Orell
  12. Tobias Menzies as Edmure Tully
  13. Anton Lesser as Qyburn

Season 2 Recap:

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  1. matt says

    2 thoughts:

    season one worked perfectly as ten episodes,but season two didnt quite. starting with the second season, given theamount of time they have tokill before they’ll have a book 6and 7 tomake into a season, they should have started making the story into 10episode seasonsbased simply on how much story they could fit into 10 episodes comfortably (a book into two, three seasons, two books into three seasons/whatever works best without regard for divisions in the story by book, just simply adapt the story – after the first book it all becomes a continuous story anyway)

    second, I think they need to cast a few more well-known/famous/infamous (but not too many that are too well known) actors (like sean bean, mark addy, julian glover) in the show even in small roles. in many ways they made season one and i think the show and audience would benefit artistically from having a few more recognizable faces or names on screen (and now that GoT is super cool and popular fun thing, the actors would gain some pop culture cred for being “that guy/chick on GoT”)

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  2. Adam says

    Matt, my thoughts exactly, and I think the producers of the show are thinking the same way. Notice that even though this really was more or less the Clash of Kings season, they started saying in interviews that we shouldn’t think of it that way, that it was just season 2 of an ASoIaF adaptation. I think they’re starting to really implement that vision. Storm of Swords is way too long for a 10-episode season, but it’s probably not long enough to stretch out into two. Yeah, there might be some new material (e.g., possibly some storylines involving characters who don’t show up in that book, so the actors aren’t off-screen for three years) but I think towards the end of season 4 you’ll start to see some Feast for Crows material enter in, things which don’t necessarily happen after the end of Storm of Swords so the end of season 4 can still include all the great events from the climax of that book. And then, of course, once they start with Feast for Crows they’ll have to mix that with Dance for Dragons, and there really won’t be any sense in which it’s a book per season. So I think the people running GoT are thinking along the same lines as you here…

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