Everyone who's read George R. R. Martin's magnificent A Song of Ice and Fire series and watched HBO's Game of Thrones know that there's something actually missing in the TV series—namely, those glorious flashbacks! But why?
There's a few interesting tidbits from Game of Thrones' highly anticipatated third season which have emerged that confirm an iconic scene from book three, the loss of a limb and the loss of an important-ish secondary character—and more. Need we say: *SPOILERS AHEAD*
A plethora of awesome new productions stills have been unleashed from HBO's Game of Thrones' season two—including one which elucidates a very mysterious death.
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The first set pics from the Croatian set of Game of Thrones season 3 have just found their way online as filming began yesterday. And we've got some of your very own favorites, including a stunning Cersei (Lena Headey) in a WOW dress, Littllefinger (Aidan Gillen), and a good look at Tyrion Lannister's (Peter Dinklage) fresh battle scar.
Part of what makes George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire books, and HBO's Game of Thrones series based on them, so great is the fact that these characters are often in real peril. But that can also drive fans nuts—and this hilarious clip pokes fun at that fact.
The Making Game of Thrones blog has put up the 1st official production still from the upcoming third season of the hit HBO fantasy series and has updated its blog with a cryptic and exciting description of a fight scene that heavily hints at a major key scene from the books. *MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD*
As the beautiful Queen Cersei on HBO's Game of Thrones, actress Lena Headey is probably the object of many a geek guy's/gal's obsession. And the actress, who also played a badass Sarah Connor on Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, thinks that there's something definitely ''cooler about the geek.''
Can't get enough Game of Thrones? You're not alone. In fact, some fans were so anxious to see more of George R. R. Martin's Westeros on the big screen that they started their own web series. And now they're asking for your help to finish it.
There are zombies and dragons and world-ruling Observers headed our way, as well as ghosts and vampires and werewolves (and sometimes they're all in the same TV show). This is part two of our three part Fall 2012 TV Preview and we've got enough info here to make your head explode.