You know the guy who read Game of Thrones years ago and is mad about the story's sudden burst of popularity? Well, this version of that guy expresses his rage in song. Really.
When you think Game of Thrones, you think subways, right?
What happens when a TV/Movie adaptation from a highly popular series of books deviates a little too much from its source material?
After seeing that first awesome season three trailer, we've got to admit that we just can’t wait for the third season of Game of Thrones to finally return to our TV screens!
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.
George R.R. Martin might be taking his sweet time cranking out the next proper installment in his Song of Ice and Fire series, but that doesn’t mean we won’t have some new Thrones-related literature to keep us entertained this year.
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.
Winter is coming. Which means the holidays are fast approaching. Which in turn means ... gifts! We've compiled some fun Game of Thrones items to either give as gifts to some of the Thrones fans in your life, or—and this is perfectly cool—even to yourself.
Do you hate some of the changes that were made from the A Song of Ice and Fire books to the Game of Thrones TV Series? Did they cut your favorite book scene or mangle it so much you wanted to throw your TV out the window? Well, Thrones writer Bryan Cogman explains those seemingly "arbitrary" changes from the books.
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?