We all have that one chair that we like to sit in. For some people that chair just so happens to be a throne, and we’re about to share some thrones from our favorite movies.
Let’s start this one off with a bang. Conan, of the Cimmerian barbarians, certainly knows how to fill a throne.
Xerxes may have made many enemies, but one of those was not his thronemaker. It’s quite the garish throne, but I guess you’ve got to do that when you’re the tallest thing in the region.
Riddick, in The Chronicles of Riddick, may not start the movie with a throne, but he certainly makes it work.
Odin has got quite a set up here. I would expect nothing less from the Norse god of gaudiness.
The spice must flow in Dune, because that throne isn’t going to pay for itself.
Long ago in a galaxy far away there was an Emperor that really had a problem with his co-workers children and their inability to join dark sides. So he just sat in his throne hoping that it would all just blow over.
It may not be a traditional throne, but Michael Corleone, from The Godfather, surely did rule over an empire.
One of the most iconic thrones from modern cinema comes from the instant fantasy classic The Big Lebowski, where Sir Lebowski presides over his domain from his throne.