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Peter Dinklage doesn't watch 'Game of Thrones'

The viewership for HBO's 'Game of Thrones' keeps rising, and it seems that just about everyone is watching -- well, almost everyone. There's one very surprising person who's not watching the show: Peter Dinklage.

Dinklage, who stars on the series as Tyrion Lannister, admitted to reporters this weekend that he doesn't watch the series. The actor, who is currently in Montreal filming 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' (he stars as the villain) hasn't seen the most recent episodes of the series because he doesn't have HBO. You can check out the video over at TMZ.

It's not terribly surprising Dinklage doesn't watch 'Game of Thrones' -- he is a busy guy, and there are plenty of actors who just won't watch their own work. But he is missing out on some really great stuff -- "The Rains of Castamere" was, for instance, the show's most shocking (and fantastic) episode yet.

Somebody should definitely hook him up with some DVDs of the show -- surely he knows someone who'd be willing to give him their copies.

'Game of Thrones' season 4 will premiere next spring.


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Network:
- HBO
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- Peter Dinklage
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- Game of Thrones

Written by: mcpherson
Jun 14th, 2013, 7:03 am

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mike1616

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Message Posted On Jun 17th, 2013, 3:45 pm

Oh come on, just because he is on the show, is one of the fan favorites and is a really REALLY good actor, you think that this entitles him to get the show for free ???

SHIT YER !

I personaly think that all actors who are the stars or even regular cast on any show should automaticaly get all the show on DVD for free and also before the general public get them. This way they can follow the continuity of the story and have a better understanding of what they are working on.

Ask any actor/actress and they will tell you they don't film the shows in cronological order and sometimes they even recosd several episodes worth of footage in one go if the sets need to be taken down and rebuilt, it's just common sence to do it all in one rather than continually building & disasembaling sets. And this would confuse anyone trying to keep track of the story.

So let them have a cpoy of the finished video's so they can better ubderstand there story.

and maybe some of them might even upload themearly for us to see, hehehe ;-)

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