“Game of Thrones” has long featured a rotating cast of characters, characters who have come in and out of play throughout the drama’s epic run. One missing—and fan-favorite—character will return to the fold for the upcoming final season. We’re talking about Ghost, people. Yep, Jon Snow’s direwolf will return in a major way in the eighth and final season.
“Oh, you’ll see him again. He has a fair amount of screen time in season eight,” Joe Bauer, the visual effects supervisor on Game of Thrones, told HuffPost. Viewers last saw Ghost in season six. As for what he’s been up to and what kind of action he gets into in season eight, that remains to be seen.
“He’s very present and does some pretty cool things in season eight,” Bauer teased.
“She looked beautiful; she was wearing a custom design wedding gown,” a source told Entertainment Tonight.
And looks like even the super poised Paltrow had a bit of nerves before saying “I do!” Luckily, she had her mother, actress Blythe Danner, there for support.
“She seemed so relaxed at her rehearsal dinner but seemed slightly nervous right before she walked down the aisle, but her mom gave her loving encouragement,” the source shares.
“Gwyneth has wanted this for a very long time, you could tell this meant the world to her. “Her mother was crying during the ceremony — happy tears, of course,” the source adds.
“She just was so emotional and is so excited for Gwyneth. She absolutely loves Brad.” The source notes that Paltrow later loosened up after exchanging vows.
“After the ‘I dos,’ Gwyneth was elated and danced throughout the evening,” the source says.
“The atmosphere was incredibly romantic. The flowers were beautifully arranged on the tables with crystal wine glasses and candles. It was a very Hamptons, outdoorsy feel. The weather was glorious so it truly was a perfect scene.”
Another report says There was also lots of chatter about some expected close pals to didn’t make the trip to NY! Beyonce, Reese Witherspoon, Julia Roberts and Nicole Richards were all absent!
He reveals in an interview with W Magazine, “I’ve always been an underdog. I was always operating under the lens of not really being seen as the ‘main guy.’”
“I’ve heard it all my career. Early on, I didn’t get a role because they said I wasn’t ‘f–kable,’” he goes on to say. Cooper’s A STAR IS BORN opens Friday