MTV Geek recently caught up with the cast of Game of Thrones and asked them to sing their theme song. Needless to say, the resulting video is both hilarious and a little bit painful to hear. While some of the actors, including Maisie Williams and Lena Headey did a good job, getting the gist of the tune's melody, several others might want to avoid a career in singing.
Titled 'Game of Thrones: The Musical,' this video shows some of the most loved and hated fantasy characters in the world in a more natural setting than Westeros, letting viewers see past their characters' traits and get to know the actors themselves. This is what makes MTV Geek's video truly entertaining; the viewer isn't watching the actors pretend to be other people, but are instead seeing the actors as they really are.
With season three of Game of Thrones finished, fans of the show are going through an intense withdrawal, especially at the thought of having to wait an entire year until the premiere of season four. This video, however, should hopefully keep that yearning at bay by letting fans singalong with their favorite characters to one of the most iconic theme songs of all time.
The Game of Thrones Cast Tries to Sing Their Theme Song
1. Fantasy Show Actor Singalongs - Opportunity to create interactive fan experiences by having actors from popular fantasy shows sing their theme songs.
2. Entertainment Through Behind-the-scenes Content - Potential to provide viewers with more authentic and relatable experiences by showcasing actors as themselves instead of their characters.
3. Mitigating Fan Withdrawal - Opportunity to engage fans during off-seasons by creating entertaining content related to their favorite shows.
1. Entertainment - Creating interactive fan experiences and behind-the-scenes content can enhance viewer engagement and loyalty.
2. Event Management - Organizing fan events where actors perform theme songs live or interact with fans in a more personal setting.
3. Content Creation - Producing original content that caters to fan interests and keeps them engaged during off-seasons.