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Jack Black Released A Hilarious Parody Of 'Game of Thrones' Song

Jack Black Released A Hilarious Parody Of 'Game of Thrones' Song

After the finale of Game of Thrones, comedian Jack Black made a parody of the theme song of the show.

Our favorite comedian is back on his work again and this time, he has made a parody of the theme song from 'Game of Thrones'. Jack Black posted the video on his YouTube channel Jablinski Games' and it shows him doing an acapella version of the theme song of 'Game of Thrones'. As the video starts, he pulls out a replica sword and embarks on a quest that takes him through to various locations, including an empty theater. The rest of the video shows Black continuing his comic role in a vlog-style video.

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In the starting of the video, Black says, "Sorry, no gaming videos this week." In the video, Black also showed dancing on a rainy rooftop parking lot while wielding a Longclaw foam sword and wearing a Three Wolf Moon and red dragon T-shirt and a cloak. Black continues singing, "Throne-y throne thrones" as he somersaults, kneels, and runs on his own Hollywood star of fame. 

The video has gathered more than  901,000 views and it went viral after the much-debated series finale that aired on Sunday on HBO. One viewer of the video commented, "You and Chris Hemsworth should make a movie called "The Rock Of Thrones." Another one said, "Can’t believe Jablinski [single]-handedly saved game of thrones." At 2:16, the video hard pivots from 'Game of Thrones' and onto wrapping strawberries in Gouda cheese and then “creams and lotions,” including Jack Black “Dragon Ice Pain Relieving Cream.” 

Nearing the end of the video, at 10:50, Black plays a tiny “Hear Me Roar/Game of Thrones” music box and plays with a toy dragon. The end credits of the video reads, "Love you GoT. You da best." Black launched Jablinski Games in 2018 and the channel features Black playing video games and he also uploads videos of other activities. Black is known for his role in movies such as 'School of Rock' and 'Tenacious D'. 



 

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