Two New GAME OF THRONES Stills Show The Mountain & The Red Viper Exchanging Blows

Two New GAME OF THRONES Stills Show The Mountain & The Red Viper Exchanging Blows

Two new stills from this week's episode of HBO's Game of Thrones have been released and the first one gives us our first look at the epic battle between the Viper & the Mountain, while the other features Sansa. Come check it out! Also, see what Pedro Pascal has to say about the episode!


Many Game of Thrones fans have been patiently waiting for the battle between the Red Viper and the Mountain ever since the episode title was announced earlier this year and on Sunday night, fans everwhere will finally get to see this battle unfold. In an interview with TV Guide, Pedro Pascal, who plays Oberyn Martell, described preparing for the fight:

"He's nearly a foot taller than me. He's 6-foot-9; I'm 5-foot-11, I think he's nearly three times my weight. He's 420 pounds of muscle. It felt like I was with a giant. And then put him in the armor, and his sword alone was exactly my height. It was incredibly intimidating but also really delightful because I think that the character Oberyn really relishes that kind of challenge."


He also reassured fans that they won't be disappointed with the episode: “I would say that fans of the books who are fans of the show have never been dissatisfied over any of the major events and I can assure you they will not be disappointed for this one.” 

Check out the new preview stills below:





In the wake of the Red Wedding, how does the North pick up the pieces and with their greatest enemy seemingly crushed, where does that leave the Lannisters. Daenerys Targaryen now has an army but is she ready to take back her homeland. Does Jon Snow turn south to seek revenge or remember his duty along the Wall?
 

 
Game of Thrones returns June 1.
 
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Filed Under "Fantasy" 5/30/2014 Source: TV Fanatic
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