Published: Mon, November 05, 2018
Entertaiment | By Mabel Barber

Josh Whitehouse Cast in 'Game Of Thrones' Prequel As Lead Actor

Josh Whitehouse Cast in 'Game Of Thrones' Prequel As Lead Actor

Trump posted to Twitter teasing the commencement of sanctions against Iran.

The U.S. lifted sanctions on Iran during former President Barack Obama's presidency following the controversial Iran nuclear deal reached in 2015.

Taking to Twitter, he wrote: "Sanctions are Coming" using the font from the popular HBO show, whose tag line is 'Winter is Coming'.

Fans of the TV show also responded humorously to Trump's post.

The US-based cable network HBO also slammed Trump for his use of the show's slogan - "Winter is coming" - to promote his administration's foreign policy agenda, saying it would prefer the American president not "misappropriate" their trademark.

The comment is followed by "November 5", the date on which the newest and harshest round of USA sanctions on Iran will come into force. They mention that scenes which used to take only a day to shoot have turned into three-day shoots due to the amount of care and passion that the show's current cast and crew are pouring into the show's final season. "It's what we're working towards in a flawless world", reveals Weiss.

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HBO has given Game of Thrones what could very well amount to a movie-level budget as "they put their money where their mouths are", in terms of scale and scope for the season.

Trump's new sanctions will hit Iran's oil exports in particular. But no official name has been decided upon - or if it has, it hasn't been made public.

Iran's foreign ministry has accused Washington of seeking to wage an extensive "psychological war" against Tehran by imposing a new round of sanctions, insisting that such United States measures are not worthy of much concern.

The waivers will be valid for six months, during which time the importing country can buy Iranian oil but must deposit Iran's revenue in an escrow account. They were hoping for Iran to be disconnected from the main worldwide financial messaging network known as SWIFT. One can presume that the message is meant to be commentary about the country's supposedly impending sanctions against Iran, but at the same time, it's always rather hard to ascertain exactly what the notoriously uninformed president is trying to speak about. Those, he said, would include more than 300 that had not been included under previous sanctions.

The filming hasn't even started yet, but judging by these descriptions they keep revealing, we are in for a treat.

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