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It Came From Outer Space

Game of Thrones’ Brienne Of Tarth Is One Of Russell T. Davies’ Aliens In Wizards Vs. Aliens

We previously showed you a teaser trailer for ex-Doctor Who showrunner Russell T. Davies new series Wizards vs. Aliens but this is the first time we get to see said aliens in action. We also heard Gwendoline Christie, Brienne from HBO’s Game of Thrones, was set to make an appearance. What we didn’t know until now is Christie is one of the aliens! Watch the newest clip then hit the jump to see her in all her alien glory! 

On the left we have Varg, played by Jefferson Hall and on the right is Christie’s character Lexi.

And here’s their single shots.

Christie again.

And Hall.

What do you think?

(via io9)

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  • Erica Throne

    Why is it that almost everyday there’s post that in some way relates back to Game of Thrones? The Mary Sue kind of respected non-Doctor Who fans during the daily Pond Life episodes by buffering with cute pictures and videos of animals. Yet for anyone else, nope.

    What’s wrong with a title like “First Shot of Aliens in Action from Russel T. Davies’ Wizards vs. Aliens” hm?

    I just wish you guys kept the references out of the big, bold article titles, referred to the show or movie or book or whatever itself, and NOT emphasize how it relates to some other successful property. NOT EVERYONE IS A FAN OF EVERYTHING.

  • Brittany Versyp Mele

    Well being able to relate this particular production to another successful one may draw more people to the article that otherwise might not have seen it. It will help bring more publicity to it and just makes good sense to do. You’ll notice they do this even with specific actors/actresses- like showcasing Brad Pitt or Natalie Portman, they don’t just present the name of the movie. Bands that have smaller success and are still on the road to fame ride the coattails and open up for more famous bands. This is just how publicity works, so try not to get too upset over it, and you don’t have to be a fan of that smaller less successful endeavor or the highly famous either.

  • Scott Fecher

    U MAD?

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