We still don't have any actual footage from the third season of Game of Thrones, but a stark (get it?) new teaser definitely sets the mood for a return to Westeros.
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.
The kids from Game of Thrones are at it again. Last year, they sang their version of the opening sequence in their season one DVD/Blu-ray commentary, and now they're doing a pretty cool beatbox cover version for the upcoming season two release.
It's Tuesday and this must be Game of Thrones day. Not only did we just learn that season three episodes will have longer running times, but we also got a brand new production video which offers us an exciting glimpse at new and returning characters, as well as hints at some key scenes from book three, A Storm of Swords.
HBO is making room for more Game of Thrones. Next season, the fantasy drama will be chocked full of extended episodes. That means longer runtimes and more material from the books!
Seriously, it's a good thing that the hit fantasy series Game of Thrones is on HBO. We've got drama, explosions, dismemberments, boobies (we're still waiting for more male boobies BTW) and more. Can you imagine if the show had been on The CW instead? Well, now you can do more than just imagine. And it's pretty darn funny.
HBO has just previewed its 2012 year ender promo video and with it, we've got a few more cool new glimpses at what's coming up for Game of Thrones' third season.
HBO has finally released the first footage from Game of Thrones' highly anticipated upcoming third season with this tantalizing "In Production" video featurette. What can we say about it other than: Seven hells! This is one bloody exciting first look into season three—so we guess "Winter is Coming" for real now, right?
The first teaser trailer for HBO's third season of Game of Thrones is up and it warns us of dark ominous things to come. Can we just say that we can't bloody wait? Oh, and "Winter is Coming." Yeah, you know we had to say it.
After the awesome news a couple of weeks back that Blade Runner's Rutger Hauer was joining the cast of True Blood for the upcoming sixth season, HBO has just announced that our favorite faerie telepathic waitress, Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin), will be getting a brand new hunky love interest next season.