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Peter Dinklage

  1. Here’s Your First Look at Peter Dinklage’s Sweet Mullet In Pixels

    Is... is that a sassy Dinklage mullet?

    Entertainment Weekly just released this first look at the upcoming movie Pixels where a team of gamers battle classic video game characters. According to director Christ Columbus, in this shot they're on their way to battle Pac-Man, but more importantly - Look at Dinklage's sassy mullet!

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  2. Oh, Good: Peter Dinklage’s Destiny Voice Acting Will Be “Updated”

    But will there still be moon wizards?

    Many people who had the opportunity to check out the Destiny alpha were disappointed (maybe even grumpy -- eh? Ehhhhh?) to find that Game of Thrones' Peter Dinklage sort of sounded like he was phoning it in during his performance as one of the game's robotic "ghosts." Well, good news! A Lannister always rerecords his lines. That's how that saying goes, right?

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  3. Things We Saw Today: Tiny Captain Marvel Cosplay

    Parenting done right.

    Photographer Yaro Jane dressed her daughter up as Captain Marvel, and the resulting photos have been approved by both Kelly Sue DeConnick and Gail Simone. Killer.

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  4. Things We Saw Today: Teenage Mullet Peter Dinklage

    Things We Saw Today

    Redditor cameroncrazy85 found this bemullet'ed picture of Peter Dinklage from the actor's 1987 high school yearbook. Now I'm imagining Tywin—no, not Tyrion, Tywin—Lannister with that haircut. Someone stop me. Or Photoshop it. Either way. (The Wrap)

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  5. Peter Dinklage Explains Game of Thrones in Under 45 Seconds

    He left out the dragons, but we'll forgive him.

    Haven't watched Game of Thrones yet? That's okay, at least its not you job to interview Peter Dinklage for MTV News. Of course, we're pretty sure the whole "I've never seen the show fill me in!" is all a ruse to get Dinklage to describe the complicated series in less than a minute, but he pulls it off with an Eddie Izzard-eqsue flair.

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  6. Peter Dinklage Summarizes Game of Thrones In Under A Minute [Video]

    Hear Me Roar

    Two years ago, I was staying in a hotel with my mom on the same day that the Game of Thrones episode "Blackwater" aired. My mom wasn't familiar with the show, so she picked up a book as I started watching. The book got set down pretty quickly. After the credits rolled, she asked me to explain the backstory. That being everything leading up to the Battle of the Blackwater. And so I did, over the course of an hour or so, with the help of a few hastily sketched diagrams on hotel stationery. But silly me! As Peter Dinklage demonstrates in this video, you can sum up Game of Thrones in less time than it takes Podrick to gain control of his horse. (And don't give the interviewer too hard of a time for never having seen the show. This was part of an X-Men: Days of Future Past press junket.) (via Pajiba)

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  7. X-Men: Days of Future Past – I’m Not Sure I Want Your Future

    Review

    The follow-up to Matthew Vaughn's X-Men: First Class had a lot weighing on its shoulders. Not just as a Hollywood blockbuster, but with fans of the Chris Claremont storyline from The Uncanny X-Men comics and subsequent animated television series adaptation. It also had to live up to the "new" mutant universe created for the 60s-era film while paving the way for continuing success with subsequent films in the Fox franchise. While Bryan Singer's X-Men: Days of Future Past may have great success at the box office (like most superhero films these days), fans may have a few things to say to the director when all is said and done.

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  8. Game of Thrones’ Peter Dinklage Does An AMA, George R.R. Martin Shows Us Aegon & His Dragon

    Hear Me Roar

    Peter Dinklage (who doesn't have a twitter account, thank you very much) recently did an Ask Me Anything on Reddit, revealing a few fun Game of Thrones tidbits. And the man who started it all, George R.R. Martin, is talking about how it all started. He's posted a new excerpt on his site from his guide to Westeros book, included an image of Aegon Targaryan riding atop Balerion, the Black Dread. Click ahead for the full, glorious view. 

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  9. Things We Saw Today: Bruce Timm Returns to Batman Cartoons

    It's been eight years since Justice League Unlimited went off the air, but a Bruce Timm-style Batman (with Bruce Timm, even!) will return in a DC Nation short. (Comics Alliance)

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  10. Game of Thrones Interview Roundup: Female Characters, Unlikely Jokesters, and Nudity

    We've a week and a half to go until season four of Game of Thrones premieres, and you know what that means: The press junket is in full force. We've combed through the bajillion cast interviews floating around to provide you with the tastiest morsels. Behind the jump: Gwendoline Christie on Brienne and femininity, Sophie Turner on Game of Thrones's female characters, Kit Harginton and Jon Snow chiming in on the show's nudity, and more.

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