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Game of Thrones cast tried to warn us about season 8

first_img Now playing: Watch this: Game of Thrones season 8 episode 5: Everybody hurts Target Game of Thrones Share your voice The final episode of HBO’s Game of Thrones airs Sunday. Helen Sloan/HBO Not since the Red Wedding have we heard such an outcry from Game of Thrones fans. Since the HBO series’ debut in 2011, we’ve endured bloody, tragic loss and joyous (mostly short-lived) victories as characters have battled for the Iron Throne. But the penultimate episode last Sunday received mixed reactions, with some defending Daenerys’ choices and others try to explain why fans feel so betrayed.Spoiler warning: If you haven’t watched the most recent episode of Game of Thrones, turn back now.Daenerys’ fiery attack on Kings Landing in episode 5, The Bells, left many fans shocked. A petition began circulating online a few days after the episode aired, demanding the replacement of writers David Benioff and D.B. Weiss and a complete overhaul of season 8. But what about the actors? A three-minute interview compilation posted on YouTube shows they might be just as concerned about the series finale as you. 6:20 Tags Ser Brienne of TarthGwendoline Christie’s character took a turn as well in the final season of the show. Brienne has been a fierce protector and trailblazer for women since her season 2 debut. As quickly as Brienne achieved her dream of being a knight, she and Jaimie made love and then he rode off to die with Cersei, leaving Brienne sobbing in the cold. “I was so upset for [Brienne],” Christie told Entertainment Weekly. “I know it’s just a character and I’m an actor who’s lucky to do her job. It’s so heartbreaking. But it’s life, isn’t it? Life is heartbreaking. I never assumed they would be together. I didn’t think that would happen. And now I can feel a million hearts breaking.” VarysSecrets finally caught up to the Master of Whisperers and he met a fiery demise at the beginning of episode 5. Conleth Hill, who plays Varys, told Entertainment Weekly he took the character’s exit “very personally.” “I took it as a person, not as an actor or an artist. I understood the reactions of previous actors who had been in the same position a lot more than I did at the time. You can’t help feeling that you failed in some way, that you haven’t lived up to some expectation that you didn’t know about,” Hill said.  center_img MissandeiEmmanuel’s journey at Daenerys’ side came to an end in episode 4 at the hands of the Mountain. TV Guide noted that Missandei was the only woman of color with a significant role on Game of Thrones and her death was more than a bit upsetting for fans. “The one thing I would say is I really had wished that I had more time or scenes this season maybe with Daenerys or even with Cersei, scenes where we get to see her being brilliant before she dies,” Emmanuel told Entertainment Weekly. Emmanuel wrote a goodbye to her character and the show’s cast and crew on Instagram on May 7. “I know last night was pretty intense for some of you so I invite you to participate in my fantasy where I like to think that, right now… Missandei is sipping a rum on a beach somewhere in the sky,” she said. Jon Snow, aka Aegon TargaryenKit Harrington plays the raised-from-the-dead savior in the North, who’s now a handsome obstacle in Daenerys’ path to the throne. During an interview with Popbuzz, Harrington was asked to describe the show’s finale in one word. He pauses for a minute before saying it was “disappointing.” Harrington laughed at the interviewer’s shocked face and quickly recovered with “epic.” Daenerys Targaryen Emilia Clarke, the Mother of Dragons, posted on Instagram earlier this week in her wig cap clutching a bottle of wine. “This is what it took not only to shoot ep5…but to watch it too!” she wrote. Comments Clarke also had a bit of trouble keeping a poker face during an Emmy red carpet interview last year alongside Nathalie Emmanuel (Missandei) and Jacob Anderson (Grey Worn). When the Entertainment Tonight correspondent asked if the actors were happy with how the season concluded, Emmanuel quietly answered yes, while Clarke giggled nervously. The group laughed as Clarke said, “Best season ever!” Her smile contrasts to her comments in Vanity Fair last year, TV Guide reported. Clarke said that the Game of Thrones finale “f—ed me up,” and “Knowing that is going to be a lasting flavor in someone’s mouth of what Daenerys is…” She trailed off with that. Tyrion Lannister Peter Dinklage, who isn’t an avid social media user, was asked his thoughts about the show’s finale by Entertainment Tonight’s Laura Zima. “There are no better writers in television than Dan Weiss and David Benioff,” Dinklage said. “They ended it brilliantly, better than I could’ve imagined. And, uh, you people are in for it.” Dinklage also questioned his character’s intelligence in the final season, wondering why Tyrion would choose to hide civilians in a crypt when the Night King has the power to raise the dead. Cersei Lannister When Lena Heady, who plays everyone’s favorite brother-loving villain, talked about her character’s final moments on the show, she said she had mixed feelings. Initially, Heady told Entertainment Weekly that she wanted her character to have a bigger ending. She said later she talked the scene over with Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Jamie Lannister) and it made more sense for Cersei to go out with Jamie. Heady posted a photo on Instagram with a bundled up Emmanuel and commended her performance as Missandei. “I didn’t like that day up there,” Heady wrote, alluding to Missandei’s execution. TV and Movies TV and Movies 2last_img read more

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This is how Mr India Vikram Jadhav helping poor people through his

first_imgr India Vikram JadhavVikram R Jadhav is not a professional bodybuilder and model, but he is also serving poor people. He is doing several humanitarian work through his charity house named VJ Army.The Professional bodybuilder and model Vikram R Jadhav who hails from Aurangabad, Maharashtra has become a role model for a lot of people. Many people may think it is because of his fantastic body and success that he has, but here the reason is pretty different.He has been so active in helping the poor and underprivileged of society. Vikram Jadhav started a donation group by the name “VJ Army” to serve the needy and helpless people. His donation group collects money from the members and serve food to the hungry people on the streets and also donate blankets and other warm clothes in the winder by roaming around the streets.Started by just one person himself today VJ Army has vast numbers of volunteers and members who regularly donate and serve for this fantastic social purpose. Currently, it is spreading in all over the Maharashtra state, and they also work in places like Delhi and Jammu and Kashmir.Vikram Jadhav’s small initiative has become a big organisation that helps the poor people of the country. Not only do they provide food and clothes, but they also offer medical service to the needy those who cannot afford the medical expenses. Vikram himself bears the costs from his pocket for the medical services of the poor.Vikram Jadhav, who hails from a middle-class family, knows what it is like to survive in the world with no money. Even he had faced many problems in his past because of the financial issues. He has seen the struggles and been through it, and that is why he wants to help the needy and poor.Mr India hopes that his initiative VJ Army to spread all across the country and help the underprivileged. His kind gesture and his humanitarian work are inspiring for so many, and we hope that he keeps on working like that for the betterment and spreading positivity around the world.last_img read more

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Civil aviation officials off to Nepal to assist probe body

first_imgWreckage of a Bangladeshi airplane is pictured as rescue workers operate at Kathmandu airport, Nepal 12 March 2018. Photo: ReutersThe Civil Aviation Authority, Bangladesh (CAAB) has sent two of its officials to Nepal to assist the Nepalese probe body looking into the US-Bangla Airlines aircraft crash at the Tribhuvan International Airport in the capital of Himalayan country Nepal on Monday, reports UNB.CAAB public relations officer Mahbubur Rahman disclosed this while talking to reporters on Monday night.Earlier, CAAB chairman air vice marshal M Naim Hassan said the probe body members would soon flight to Kathmandu to start their work.Describing the incident as a tragic one, civil aviation and tourism minister AKM Shajahan Kamal said the reason behind the crash will be unearthed through investigation.He also said the injured Bangladeshis and the bodies of those killed in the incident will be brought home as soon as possible.Meanwhile, Md Kamrul Islam, general manager, marketing support and PR of US-Bangla Airlines, said traffic control miss communication might be the reason behind the crash but nothing can be said certainly before proper investigation.He also said a special flight of their airlines carrying the victims’ relatives will fly to Kathmandu by 8:00am and 9:00am on Tuesday.Mentioning that the airplane had insurance coverage, disaster management and relief minister Mofazzal Hossain Chowdhury Maya urged the civil aviation minister to take steps to bring home the injured and the bodies of the Bangladeshi nationals.At least 50 people died as the aircraft, which was carrying 67 passengers – 32 from Bangladesh, 33 from Nepal and one each from China and the Maldives, crashed in Nepal.There were four crewmembers on board.last_img read more

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Intl support for displaced people in Bangladesh inadequate Geneva forum

first_imgThis photo taken on October 7, 2017 shows a solar panel on the roof of a temporary home for Rohingya refugees at the Kutupalong refugee camp in Cox`s Bazar. AFPA global forum in Geneva on Friday called for planning how to face coming disasters in countries like Bangladesh.Participants at the side event of the UNHCR-NGO annual consultation expressed concern at the displacement of the people including Rohingya Muslims who fled Myanmar atrocities, according to a  message received in Dhaka on Saturday.”In the absence of a sustainable source of livelihoods or safe place to reside, many people are forced to flee their homes, including those who have already fled for other reasons such as Rohingya Refugees,” read the background paper of the event.It added that coastal areas are also particularly vulnerable, such as in southern Bangladesh.Dwerlling on the plight of the Rohingya people, Rezaul Karim Chowdhury of COAST Trust Bangladesh said, “The funding is quite low in response to their vulnerability.”He cautioned that 42 per cent of population in Bangladesh would be displaced in case there is climate disaster.“Bangladesh is a victim of climate impact and it is investing around $1 billion per year for adaptation but receiving a very little assistance from international community,” Rezaul Karim added.Addressing the event at the international conference centre of Geneva, Kristen Hite of Oxfam International said there was a need of planning how to face the future disasters.UNHCR and International Organisation for Migration (IOM )are working on global refugees and migration issues, said Madeline Garlick, head of protection, policy and legal affairs section of the UNHCR.The side event was moderated by Atle Soleberg, head of coordination unit of Platform on Disaster Displacement (PDD) currently chaired by Bangladesh.Other speakers there were Nina M Birkeland, senior advisor of Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC), Chirrine El Labbane, communication officer of PDD, and Gopal Krishna Shiwakoti, president INHUREDD Nepal.last_img

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Womens Day at Providence Baptist Church

first_imgProvidence Baptist Church is celebrating Women’s Day on Nov. 13. The church is located at 1401 Pennsylvania Ave. Baltimore, Md 21217. The program begins at 3 p.m. and will feature the Bowie State University Choir. Call Denise King at 410-935-2436 for more information.last_img

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Fashion picks for the season

first_imgIt’s time to look forward to statement sleeves, banker stripes and fashion picks from the 1980s this season, says an expert. Bhavya Chawla, Chief Stylist at Voonik, shares the trends that will make it big. Ruffles: Ruffles will be the trend of 2017. It gives a romantic vibe to your outfit. It is time to go for structured high-fashion ruffles with wearability. Belts: Another trend not to be missed are the belts that flatter your waist. It gives an extra edge to your outfit. Bralettes: Bralettes will be a summer favourite. It can be layered over and under your attire.Power shoulder: Puffed shoulder sleeves, or ballooning around the forearm, this trend is here to stay and give an arty vibe.Pretty florals: Florals have always been in fashion past few years. This time they are split into abstract and realistic prints and both are equally intriguing. Statement sleeves: Statement sleeves are going to be one of the biggest trends of 2017. While cold shoulders dominated the 2016, statement sleeve trend has been trickled down from them and the bohemian trend. Look out for poet’s sleeves, bishop’s sleeves, gigot sleeves, sleeves trimmed with fluttering fabric accents, or sleeves with cut-outs. Banker stripes: Inspired by Wall Street but tweaked and tinkered to work for this season, bankers stripes are storming this season. From horizontal to vertical to thick and thin lines, stripes are clearly going far beyond the classic navy and white nauticals.Fashion from 1980 era: The 1980’s trend came back with a bang. Trends like grunge, wild pants, acid wash, big hairdo, and all the flashy colours with extreme sparkles. They sure have a big influence on the coming spring season. White shirt dress: A new way to wear white is to go all white. Modest necklines and roomy sleeves are a must here. Flattering waistlines and high low hemlines add an oomph factor to the dress.last_img read more

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