George R. R. Martin Interview on Game of Thrones and More at World Con 2018

In the realm of Game of Thrones, news has been rather quiet during this final off-season. While we anxiously wait for the first teaser trailer to appear (likely waiting for several months, if I’m guessing correctly), there are some high-profile soundbites floating our way, courtesy of our Con of Thrones friend, Ashaya. Ash, one of the creators and hosts […]

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Nathalie Emmanuel expects ‘a real push’ from the final Game of Thrones season

We’ve all been bracing for an intense final season of Game of Thrones, given not only the shocking end to Season 7 last year but also the ultimate showdown between the living and the dead that the series has spent years building up to. Comments from multiple cast members and directors over the several months haven’t done anything to […]

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GRRM reveals who’s to blame for so many ‘Thrones’ deaths, and Maisie Williams is taking home a souvenir

So you thought George R.R. Martin kills off some of Game of Thrones‘ most favorite characters just to toy with emotions of his readers, did you? Well, that’s not exactly true, even though it feels like it at times. There’s a reason why he embraces shocking twists and sending favorite characters like Ned Stark to an early […]

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The script for “The Dragon and the Wolf” heavily implies the survival of two characters & and a few more fun details

HBO recently released the PDF of the final script for the season seven finale, “The Dragon and the Wolf”, as the episode was nominated for its writing at the 2018 Emmys. Interestingly, the description of Tormund and Beric’s escape from the Wall more or less confirms that, yes, those two did indeed survive the Night […]

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Game of Thrones Emmy-nominated visual effects team on the challenges of Season 7

Not surprisingly, at least in my humble opinion, Game of Thrones led the 2018 Emmy Awards with a stunning 22 nominations. As in previous years, the nods the series pulled in included visual effects, which is not exactly shocking for a series laden with magic, an army of ice zombies and three full-grown dragons. But as the stakes […]

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Gwendoline Christie reflects on working with Nikolaj Coster-Waldau; Sophie Turner reveals final season is “bloodier than ever”

Brienne of Tarth has survived sword fights, a bear attack, and a brutal duel with the Hound. Her character has grown stronger not only physically, but emotionally throughout it all. In an interview posted to the BAFTA Guru Youtube channel, Gwendoline Christine reminisces about her time working on Game of Thrones, and how costar Nikolaj […]

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