The trio is currently filming a Terrence Malick movie in the state and on Saturday (27Oct12) the actors took time out to stop by the Spooky Skedaddle 5K and Festival, which benefits the Texas School for the Deaf in Austin.
The cast greeted and posed for pictures with the kids, and event director Anne Adams insists the group's surprise appearance was a big hit.
She tells Celebuzz.com, "Ryan was there filming with a crew. We actually didn't know he'd be there. The crew had told us they may come by to take photos of the event to work into the film. But we weren't expecting Ryan. It was a nice surprise."
If you can handle all the life-endangering nonsense that goes on in Westeros on a daily basis, than hostile alien invasions should be no problem. As such: bring in Nikolaj Coster-Waldau for the new post-apocalyptic film Oblivion (formerly called Horizons), already starring Tom Cruise and, as we heard last week, Morgan Freeman. You might recognize (despite not really knowing how to pronounce) Coster-Waldau's name from the Game of Thrones credits: he plays the Kinglsayer Jaime Lannister on the triumphant HBO series.
Oblivion stars Cruise as one of the few remaining people on Earth after an alien takeover forced humanity to skedaddle. Cruise's character is a mechanic who has dedicated his life to repairing attack drones employed by the human race to impart demolition unto the alien species. Freeman portrays Malcolm Beech, head of the Human Resistance against the extraterrestrial foes. So, in all of this hooplah, you might ask yourself: Where's Waldau?
Well, NCW will take on a character called Sykes, an impressively agile technology and weapons expert who will likely be a menacing force on the side of the Human Resistance. At least, we humans hope so.
Oblivion is written and directed by Joseph Kosinski from his own graphic novel of the same name.
A show featuring children competing on two four-member teams. The teams compete in a series of question and answer and stunt rounds (in the tradition of "Double Dare," "Slime Time" etc). The team with the highest score goes on to compete in a final stunt round for prizes.