How did Jaime's incarceration last season impact the actor's performance?
HOLLYWOOD - On Monday (March 18) night in Hollywood, HBO threw a gala premiere for the third season of "Game of Thrones," rounding up the largest assemblage of cast members for any event that I can remember.
There were dozens of "Game of Thrones" stars ranging from all manner of Starks and Lannisters to a dragon-free Emilia Clarke, somehow whisked in from Broadway for the a quick turnaround, to the very nice young man who plays Hot Pie.
At HitFix's corner of the long and winding red carpet, many of the stars missed us or had to rush in for the start of the screening of the March 31 season-opener, but I think we got some fine interviews that will be going up over next few days.
Highlight conversations include Rose Leslie discussing the nuanced art of telling somebody they know nothing, George R.R. Martin talking about why it's hard to pick his favorite book and John Bradley explaining why he doesn't want to read ahead to find out how Samwell evolves.
We'll start the "Game of Thrones" interview rotation with this quick chat with Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, who discusses about Jaime Lannister's developing relationship with Gwendoline Christie's Brienne of Tarth, as well as what he learned from playing last season's incarcerated version of Jaime.
Check out the interview above [Rose Leslie will be the next to post... Tomorrow morning, I suspect]...