Ha - actually I prefer to watch the movie version of a book first! I feel that amazing literature will always be amazing, but a great film can be ruined by a good book! (I know: I'm an anomaly ) And I'm actually able to separate the book from the film in my head: all the character look different in my imagination to the actors. (not hugely surprising, considering my career: I have to be able to do that shit).
Originally Posted by Zach
I think Arya is a COMPLETE let down from teh book! SHe annoys the hell out of me in teh series... she's such a cliché. I used to love Tyrion, but his character isn't going anywhere anymore... But other characters (like Jamie) are devloping, so that keeps it interesting.
Also - Ned Stark is only 35 in the book, wtf?! Wish they had chosen a younger actress for Kat - I hate that haggy woman and her old woman voice...
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