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Celebrities Take On Game Of Thrones For Halloween As Season 4 Casts Struan Rodger

By Staff Writer | October 31, 2013 02:21 PM EDT

Celebrities take on "Game of Thrones" for Halloween. (Twitter)
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"Game of Thrones" is making a splash this Halloween, and several celebrities are joining the fandom with costumes and parties based on the HBO series.

One such person is "Veronica Mars" star Kristen Bell, who plans to dress up as the Khaleesi this Halloween.

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"I fully realize I'm two years late, and I'm not going to apologize for it, but I think I'm going to be Khaleesi from 'Game of Thrones,'" says Bell to the Huffington Post.

"It's mainly revolving around the fact that Dax wants to be something shirtless, so Drogo is his main pick."

And what about the dragons, you ask? Don't worry, the whole family is involved.

"I think Khaleesi's dragons are going to be Lincoln [Bell's daughter] and my two dogs. We're going to go dragon, dragon, dragon. Then the whole family is involved! That's what we're leaning towards."

But Bell is not the only "Game of Thrones" fan who will be using Halloween as an excuse to dress up.

According to Us Magazine, Kate Hudson and Matthew Bellamy threw a Halloween party last weekend, and the entire family dressed as characters from "Game of Thrones."

Reportedly, the party even included a build-in winter world, presumably to reflect Jon Snow's journey across the Wall.

Meanwhile on "Game of Thrones," actor Struan Rodger has been cast for season 4, and many are attempting to guess which character he will be portraying.

According to Rodger's online resume, his character is listed as "Three-Eyed Raven," and many fans assume that he will be playing Lord Brynden Rivers, known as Bloodraven.

Will we see Rodger opposite Bran? Only time will tell.

 

 

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