Remember when Maisie Williams, Isaac Hempstead-Wright and Sophie Turner -- the Stark children of HBO's "Game of Thrones" -- sang the show's opening credits for the DVD/Blu-Ray's commentary track last year? The Stark trio is back this year for "Game of Thrones'" second season DVD set, out February 19, but this time they're beatboxing and rapping over the intro titles.
According to BlackBook, Hempstead-Wright lays down the beat (a pretty good one, too), while the two girls take over rapping duties.
This isn't the first time a Stark child has made us smile. Williams, who took the Cinnamon Challenge in a hilarious viral video, has also showed up in a Funny Or Die skit with Patrick Stewart and Ryan Lochte.
"Game of Thrones'" third season premieres March 31.
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