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Ed Skrein "Mona Lisa And The Blood Moon" Red Carpet - The 78th Venice International Film Festival
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Ed Skrein "Mona Lisa And The Blood Moon" Photocall - The 78th Venice International Film Festival
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Ed Skrein Lexus at The 78th Venice Film Festival - Day 5
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The Best Twitter Reactions to the 'Game of Thrones' Daario Naharis Switcheroo

By Darrick Thomas on
(Photo: HBO | Ed Skrein, old Dario, left; Michiel Huisman, new Daario, right) If you saw the season 4 premiere of Game of Thrones and thought to yourself, "Hey, who's that guy giving my girl Khaleesi flowers — I've never seen him before," you were half right. The flower flirting dude is Daario Naharis, the soldier of fortune who last season slaughtered a bunch of people for the Mother of Dragons and was rewarded in the form of bath time with Dany. This season: same character, different actor...Read Full Story

Ed Skrein From 'Game of Thrones' Can Act and Rap

By Dino-Ray Ramos on
(Photos from Getty and HBO)This week on Game of Thrones we were introduced to the dashing and kind of creepy Daario Naharis — and he has a thing for our dear Khaleesi (Emilia Clarke). The feelings may be mutual, but can she really love after Drogo?Some of you may or may not recognize Daario as Ed Skrein. He's an accomplished actor and — surprise! — he's a rapper as well. Check out his dub steppy song "We Run Them," featuring two other rappers with Harry Potter-friendly names: Graziella and...Read Full Story

'Game of Thrones' Recap: Top 10 Moments From 'Second Sons'

By Hayley Igarashi on
Daenerys Targaryen (HBO)Let's just say people are getting desperate in Westeros. With only a limited number of crowns and eligible bachelors up for grabs, weddings and wars are getting on everybody's nerves. Sunday night's episode of Game of Thrones featured some truly bizarre attempts to seek out solace. Stannis turned to leeches, Tyrion to alcoholism (perhaps not so bizarre), and Dany to a mysterious sellsword with a penchant for decapitation. Basically, business as usual in Westeros — plus...Read Full Story