This. Is. So. Cool.
Saturday Night Live had to do a Game of Thrones sketch while Peter Dinklage was hosting. It looks like the motion capture actor behind Drogon is causing a bit of drama.
In just a couple of weeks, Peter Dinklage will no longer be in Destiny. Let’s take a moment to remember him.
For a long time now, the world has laughed at Peter Dinklage’s voice acting in Destiny, a video game about the slow, inevitable progression of death. Soon, that voice acting is going to change. One might even say it’s going to become legend.
We’ve suspected that Pixels would be an almighty disaster ever since we saw the first trailer, but it’s actually worse than we feared. Director Chris Columbus is clearly trying to create another great fantasy adventure, but he’s hamstrung by a short-sighted script. And Adam Sandler’s painful performance.
For Red Nose Day, Game of Thrones’ Peter Dinklage is singing a hilarious blues jam about the fact that he’s “Still Going Strong” after Ned Stark, Robert Baratheon and so many other great characters have died. Basically, he’s paid the cost to be the boss. [h/t Frank!]
Peter Dinklage is one of those actors whose roles of ranged from the sublime (Game of Thrones, The Station Agent) to the bizarre (Underdog), and one of his upcoming projects sounds pretty crazy. In the comedy film O'Lucky Day, Dinklage is set to play a con man who may be a Leprechaun.
We're not really sure what to think of Adam Sandler's classic videogame-inspired movie Pixels. But we do know that Peter Dinklage is in it and his hair looks great. And now Sony has released a strange viral with more Dinklage/mullet footage.
Adam Sandler, Josh Gad, Michelle Monaghan and Peter Dinklage look pretty good, too, but Dinklage's hair steals the show in the first image from the upcoming video game action comedy, Pixels.
You might have heard a few rumblings on the internet during Destiny's Alpha weekend recently that Peter Dinklage's performance in the game is... well, not exactly Tyrion Lannister. But, having spent some time playing the game myself, I think Dinklage is shaping up to be a cool companion on your Guardian's adventure.
We were all pretty excited when Bungie announced that their much-hyped multiplayer shooter Destiny would feature beloved actor Peter Dinklage, best known for his show-stealing portrayal of Tyrion Lannister on Game of Thrones, in a large voiceover role.
A lot has happened on the past 3.5+ seasons of Game of Thrones, and you'd be hard-pressed to summarize the story so far quickly. You would... but Peter Dinklage wouldn't, because Peter Dinklage is awesome.
If you saw this weekend's Game of Thrones, you saw the episode close with one of the best, bitterest, and most badass speeches ever made on the show, by Tyrion Lannister, to his shitty family and all the assholes of King's Landing. I did not think this scene could be any better. And then I saw this video.
We've been excited for a while about the idea of a full-length version of the amazing short film Pixels, in which 1980s video game characters attack New York. And then it was turned into an Adam Sandler vehicle. But now our interest is spiking again, because Peter Dinklage may co-star as a classic arcade game champion…
We mentioned it briefly when the report about the potential Farscape movie, but screenwriter Justin Monjo is also working adapting George C. Chesbro's novels The Beasts Of Valhalla into a scifi series for HBO, with the lead role written specifically for Dinklage, and now we have more details.
LARP comedy Knights of Badassdom (which we enjoyed despite the rumors of editing hackery) is releasing a piece-by-piece map of the fictional Kingdom of Eliphaz. And here's another section to the puzzle. To check out the rest of the growing map, head over to Knights of Badassdom website.
I have no idea how any movie starring Peter Dinklage goes straight to VOD in this day and age, but the much anticipated Knights of Badassdom is pretty much doing just that. It'll have a limited theatrical run beginning January 21st, but then be available on VOD on February 11th.
Cersei and Tyrion Lannister graced the lands of House Henson this week, making separate appearances on Sesame Street. Alas, they weren't in character — by which I mean they weren't completely drunk — and they didn't teach kids to count by paying their debts, either.