Coldplay Teams Up with NBC’s Red Nose Day for a Game of Thrones Musical …

20 May 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Coldplay Created A Mockumentary Spoofing ‘Game Of Thrones’ For Charity.

Game of Thrones fans already know this, of course, but Peter Dinklage further cemented his character’s awesomeness with a little help from Coldplay—yes, that Coldplay!

The actor, who plays Tyrion Lanister in HBO’s bloody sword-and-sorcery series, performs the song for a three-hour Red Nose Day special on American channel NBC.”Baby, you know I’m the man for all seasons, characters get cut for various reasons,” GoT’s Peter Dinklage sings in the clip, alluding to the many fatalities on his HBO show. “Some people’s parts, just ain’t very long.Dinklage (aka Tyrion Lannister) sings lyrics about some of the HBO show’s deceased characters, using their deaths to point out just how cool he must be, since he’s still standing. “Remember Ned Stark? Robert Baratheon was part of that crew, but he never made it to season two,” sings Dinklage in a preview for Game of Thrones: The Musical. “The King of the North was cool, you said.

Wearing black leggings and a matching tank, the “Pieces of Me” singer appeared to be in great physical shape as she left her regular gym with fellow fitness enthusiasts. Donations will be accepted during three-hour the telecast – which will also feature appearances by celebs like Will Ferrell, Gwyneth Paltrow, Emily Blunt, John Krasinski and Jack Black and performances from Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Pharrell Williams and many more – but anyone can buy a $1 red nose now at participating Walgreens and Duane Reade drugstores. His films include “Four Weddings and a Funeral,” ”Notting Hill” and “Bridget Jones’s Diary.” “I have two careers, at the same time,” he says during a chat Monday morning at Manhattan’s Hammerstein Ballroom, where the live portion of Thursday’s telecast will originate. Roughly one-half will be pre-recorded sketches and other comedy pieces, allowing for slick production techniques and involvement by a wider range of stars than would be possible on show night. News learned that the 30-year-old beauty is a big fan of Cardio Barre, a fitness class she tries to attend two to three times a week. “Cardio Barre is a ballet inspired workout.

Those scheduled to appear in one fashion or another include Reese Witherspoon, Benedict Cumberbatch, Emily Blunt, Martin Short, Ian McKellen, Paul Rudd, Neil Patrick Harris, Hugh Bonneville, Will Ferrell, Elizabeth Banks, Jack Black, Helen Mirren, Nick Offerman, Sean “P. News exclusively. “The dance inspired ballet techniques are no impact/high energy so they are safe to do while pregnant.” Fitness aside, the proud mom is more than thrilled about the upcoming arrival of her first baby girl. Five million Red Noses have been purchased by customers of participating retailers. “Today Show” host Matt Lauer set off on a 230-mile bike ride from Boston to New York to spur donations. EDT. “I don’t think I’ve ever done anything for 24 hours straight except breathe,” said Cannon, who will get just a five-minute break every couple of hours and plans to power his endurance contest with the help of Skittles. Back at the Hammerstein, Curtis, who describes himself as “quite a cheerful human,” radiates optimism as he tackles countless details of the broadcast only days away.

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