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*
True Blood season five is all about power. The power of religion, fairies, politicians ... even wolves. And no one's become more full of themselves than Lilith's "Chosen One," Bill. Next week, both he and the Authority will catch heat for their dirty dealings.
If you've been watching the new season of True Blood, you know some threads just recently came to a head—which could mean a certain long-time character is gone for good. So is he/she? Potential True Blood spoilers ahead!
HBO has released a new video ahead of the release of the official companion book to its hit series Game of Thrones. What's cool about the video is that it provides us with a bird's eye view about what it takes to make GoT. And as we all know, in the game of thrones, you win or you die.
Game of Thrones fans are still waiting to see who will finally get cast as the often mentioned King-Beyond-the-Wall, Mance Rayder, for the upcoming third season of the hit HBO series. One actor came very close to being cast as this important character—but ultimately said NO.
The first intriguing set photo from Game of Thrones' season 3 has emerged—and if that's not exciting enough, we also have some info on the locations (old and new) that'll be used for the next highly anticipated season.
HBO brings new meaning to the phrase, "Sookie, Sookie, Sookie." The cable network has given the green light to another season of their vampire drama True Blood. Get ready for another year of werewolves, fairies and nudity.
Two weeks ago, the revelation that George Bush's severed head appears briefly in an episode of Game of Thrones prompted HBO execs to apologize, strongly condemn the image and then yank the episode from distribution until they could find a way to fix the problem. And now they have.
HBO's hit vampire drama True Blood has added a ton of sci-fi street cred with a recent bit of casting, booking one of the deadliest Terminators of them all for a key role later this year. So who is it?
George R.R. Martin has been writing A Song of Ice and Fire books for two decades, but with HBO's hit series Game of Thrones gaining steam, he's a bit worried the series might catch up to the books too soon—maybe even before he writes the finale himself.