The costumes in The Great Wall are, like, really beautiful. Think ancient Chinese Power Rangers. Plus, some of the action is innovative and exciting. Beyond that, though, there really isn’t much positive to say about Matt Damon’s very, very bad bilingual monster movie.
Cabin in the Woods' Fran Kranz as a soulless office drone? Check. Game of Thrones' Pedro Pascal as evil middle-management? Check. Here's the first trailer for Bloodsucking Bastards, an Office Space meets Fright Night movie where Kranz and his co-workers realize their bosses aren't just assholes, they're vampires.
We were on the edge of our seats during the Viper's battle in this past season of Game of Thrones, but did Oberyn Martell himself have any idea what might happen? During Comic-Con, we asked actor Pedro Pascal what was going through the Viper's head during that scene. Spoilers ahead.
SPOILERS FOR THE LAST EPISODE OF GAME OF THRONES: Oberyn Martell, a.k.a. the Red Viper, is no more. In this interview with Vanity Fair, actor Pedro Pascal describes what he thinks Oberyn's funeral would be like, and it's phenomenal. In four words: elephants, masturbation, DJ Sunspear.
Last weekend, when the casting for Oberyn Martell, the A Song of Ice and Fire character commonly known as the Red Viper of Dorne, was announced, many commented that the actor was fairer skinned than they had anticipated the character would be.
Game of Thrones Season Four still has a good bit of story from A Storm of Swords to tell. Part of that story involves Oberyn Martell, the Prince of Dorne also known as the Red Viper. Now the snake has a face.