With the recently confirmed news that Game of Thrones has added an important book character in Euron Greyjoy, we look at how he could fill the role left in the wake of Stannis' apparent wake as the show's eccentric seeker of the Iron Throne.
We are just days away from full-blown war on HBO as Game of Thrones kicks off its second season, and what better way to celebrate the coming of the Clash of Kings than re-imagining our favorite characters as puppets, superheroes and intergalactic bounty hunters? So before we get all grim with death, blood and dragon fire in Westeros, let's take a look at the cast of Game of Thrones from some more whimsical angles.
Despite the forgone conclusion that the Chris Hemsworth-starring Thor would get a sequel—it's what you do when a movie grosses $449 million worldwide—the path to getting that sequel off the ground has been a bit rocky. Hopefully, a Game of Thrones veteran can get the Asgardian ball rolling.
Game of Thrones is the first book in a sweeping series, as well as a television show worthy of its multiple award nominations. But what if it were a raunchy 8-bit video game, done in the style of the infamously crude Leisure Suit Larry? It would look at lot like this.
We've heard a lot of covers of the theme to HBO's Game of Thrones since the show debuted last year, enough to know that some are stranger than others. But this one, composed entirely of a single cat meowing, could be the strangest one of all.
We're still a few weeks away from seeing who got nominated for an Emmy, and until the official announcement, we plan on living in hope that some of these stellar sci-fi performances of the past year manage to make the cut.
The 2011 Primetime Emmy Award nominations have been announced, and fantasy fans can raise a tankard to HBO's Game of Thrones, which snagged 13 nods! Read on for the full list and our thoughts on the show's chances in the awards race.