George R. R. Martin knows his readers are impatient.
George R. R. Martin's Dunk & Egg novellas possibly adapted as a new series on HBO? Can we have a yes, please?
We're less than two weeks away from the season three premiere of Game of Thrones, and that means promotional events for the show are in full swing.
What happens when a TV/Movie adaptation from a highly popular series of books deviates a little too much from its source material?
A few days ago, we told you that HBO had renewed George R. R. Martin’s contract for two more years of Game of Thrones as well as a new series’ deal.
In what could potentially be seen as a good news/bad news kinda thing (but mostly good), George R. R. Martin has just signed a two-year overall deal with HBO.
One of the things we love about Game of Thrones is that George R. R. Martin, the man who's writing the still ongoing A Song if Ice and Fire saga on which the hit HBO series is based, also gets to write one episode per season. Today, the author revealed that his episode has undergone a title change.
Image of the Day: George R.R. Martin's awkward lunch with J.K. Rowling
It was day 90 of the shoot on Game of Thrones' third season yesterday and the Dubrovnik press was having a field day taking pics and getting interviews with producers David Benioff and Dan Weiss. The awesome new pics and two videos show a particular scene created especially for the series. *Mild Spoilers Ahead*
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?