Game of Thrones Superfans Kristen Bell And Dax Shepard GEEK OUT At Premiere

Published on April 12, 2016

KRISTEN BELL and DAX SHEPARD got serious about their GAME OF THRONES obsession by wearing superfan apparel at the premiere on Sunday night (10Apr16).

Kristen Bell And Dax Shepard

The married actors have made it no secret they are die-hard fans of the popular fantasy drama, and when they received a special invitation to attend the season six premiere at the Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles, they played dress-up.

On the red carpet, Kristen and Dax wore matching gray tank tops, which had the phrase, “Stark in the streets, wildling in the sheets” – a reference to the series’ top family and the show’s mysterious wilderness community – printed on them. They also sported temporary tattoos on their chests with the series taglines “Winter is Coming” and “Ours is the Fury”.

Kristen took to Instagram to post a photo of herself and her beau at the premiere, holding hands as they stood in front of a looming prop raven.

“Dax and I went to the premiere of #GOT last night,” Kristen wrote. “Everyone was in suits and dresses. People were sipping cocktails. We were in tank tops that said “Stark in the streets, Wildling in the sheets”. We sported temporary tattoos that said Ours Is The Fury and Winter Is Coming. At one point I lifted a cantaloupe in the air and said ‘this egg shall change history’ and ran out the fire exit.”

Dax posted a similar photo on Twitter, adding, “We took the GOT premier SUPER serious. @IMKristenBell is my khaleesi.”

Over the past few years, the couple has shown off its dedication to the series – for Halloween in 2013, Kristen dressed up as Daenerys Targaryen, aka Khaleesi, while Dax took on the role of her lover Khal Drogo.

Kristen Bell And Dax Shepard

And Kristen, who stars in new comedy The Boss alongside Game of Thrones actor Peter Dinklage, took full advantage of her time with the Brit and attempted to probe him for show secrets.

Her co-star Melissa McCarthy recently revealed, “Kristen Bell is truly too much. Her questioning of Game of Thrones, her weird knowledge of back stories and knowing blogs… She’s like, ‘Well, so and so said on April 17th…’ She was asking him stuff and he was like, ‘Yeah, I don’t know what you’re talking about anymore. I’ve never gone that deep (into the story)!'”