- You can now perform Marvel plays with your school theater group 5 Months Ago
- Trans/Sex: Strap-ons for trans women, inclusive porn games, and online dating 5 Months Ago
- Why UFC 239 may be the PPV event of the year Today 6:00 AM
- Twitter lifts ‘permanent’ suspension of activist Barrett Brown Monday 5:52 PM
- Billie Eilish fans fend off objectifying comments on tank top photo Monday 5:32 PM
- Groom’s mother sabotages wedding by tricking guests into wearing jorts and hoodies Monday 4:39 PM
- No one believes Bill de Blasio’s son sent him these debate prep texts Monday 3:26 PM
- Meek Mill, Jay-Z to release ‘Free Meek’ documentary on Amazon Prime Monday 3:20 PM
- 3 ways to secure your Nest cameras Monday 3:15 PM
- This Pokémon generator site is creating hilarious monsters Monday 2:48 PM
- MrBeast impersonator tricks kid into destroying his XBox Monday 12:50 PM
- This mom has the perfect nickname for her nonbinary kid Monday 12:25 PM
- Netflix tests pop-out player that will allow viewers to multitask Monday 11:44 AM
- Man allowed to sue media publishers over readers’ Facebook comments Monday 11:42 AM
- Republicans slammed for joke about ‘heavily armed militia’ at Oregon statehouse Monday 11:30 AM
The Kingslayer is making his way to Con of Thrones.
Mischief Management, the company behind the Game of Thrones and A Song of Ice and Fire convention, announced Friday that Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, who Game of Thrones fans best know as Jaime Lannister on the show, will attend the convention in Nashville, Tennessee as a featured guest on July 13 and 14.
Coster-Waldau will participate in a spotlight panel, and fans will be able to purchase a photograph ($125) and autograph ($100) experience. Con of Thrones is offering a $375 Kingslayer Pass that will guarantee a one-day ticket to the convention on July 14, a seat at Coster Waldau’s spotlight panel, an autograph and photograph session, and a pin and T-shirt.
For a fan convention that analyzes and dissects all aspects of the books and shows, Coster-Waldau’s appearance is an exciting prospect. He’ll be attending the convention after Game of Thrones ends (it premieres on April 14), so he wouldn’t be restricted by spoilers or stuff that’s yet to air and can potentially offer a series-wide perspective on the character he’s played for nearly a decade.
Con of Thrones will take place in Nashville on July 12-14. Tickets are on sale now.
Michelle Jaworski is a staff writer and the resident Game of Thrones expert at the Daily Dot. She covers entertainment, geek culture, and pop culture and has brought her knowledge to conventions like Con of Thrones. She is based in New Jersey.