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New cast members, a hilarious blooper reel, and a group selfie are just some of the Game of Thrones news coming out of San Diego Comic-Con.

While not much is known about the the upcoming season of Game of Thrones, one thing is certain: HBO’s hit TV series is growing.

At this weekend’s San Diego Comic-Con, the premium TV network shared a video featuring the newest cast members in the upcoming fifth season, slated for April 2015.

These new additions include:

Keisha Castle-Hughes as warrior Obara Sand

Jonathan Pryce as the mysterious High Sparrow

Alexander Siddig as ruler Doran Martell

Toby Sebastian as Prince Trystane Martell

Nell Tiger Free as Myrcella Baratheon (daughter Robert Baratheon and Cersei Lannister)

DeObia Oparei as warrior Areo Hotah

Enzo Cilenti as slave trader Yezzan

Jessica Henwick as Nymera (Nym) Sand

Rosabell Laurenti Sellers as Tyene Sand

Pryce was the villain in Tomorrow Never Dies and was Governor Weatherby Swann in Pirates of the Caribbean.

HBO also released the following blooper reel at Comic-Con, chock full of funny faces, impromptu dancing, and bursts of laughter.

If all of that wasn’t enough to tide you over until spring 2015, the cast snapped this selfie with iJustine

...and we still had room for a few more Game Of Thrones cast members :) #SDCC @etnow #etnow pic.twitter.com/TL9aAXFv7o

— iJustine (@ijustine) July 26, 2014

Photo via ijustine/Twitter

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