Published: Mon, November 05, 2018
Entertaiment | By Paul Elliott

Sophie, Maisie slam Trump for ‘Game of Thrones’-inspired tweet

Sophie, Maisie slam Trump for ‘Game of Thrones’-inspired tweet

Following President Trump's use of Game of Thrones' iconic font and "winter is coming" messaging in a new tweet, HBO has voiced strong disapproval for this use of its trademarked material.

"We have a very generous budget from HBO, but we know what's coming down the line and, ultimately, it's not generous enough", Benioff told EW. Dothraki happens to be a language spoken by a group of nomadic warriors.

Unsurprisingly the internet jumped on the cinematic warning like a army of wights ripping apart human flesh.

After that, HBO was announced that the channel was not aware of the use of quotes, and would not want to trademarks used for political purposes.

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But hanging over them all is a cyclical deep winter during which zombies ("white walkers") who live in the far north pierce the wall and come south, threatening human civilization. And, he said that USA regulators would be watching closely Iranian transactions that use SWIFT to ensure any that run afoul of United States sanctions would be punished. Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) is not going to be thrilled that Jon (Kit Harington) swore allegiance to Daenerys at first.


"Sanctions are coming. November 5", says the poster, which is superimposed over an image of Trump.

As for Maisie Williams, she added, "Not today". The opening scenes will also see many characters meeting for the first time as well as a few reunions, although there's nothing specifically mentioned.

Meanwhile, the USA continues to put pressure on European countries to abandon their support for Iran.

Iran too did not ignore the tweet.

After what appeared to be rather lengthy negotiations, two-time Academy Award nominee Naomi Watts has signed on to play a lead role in an upcoming HBO " prequel series, Variety reports.

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