Emilia Clarke, Kit Harington & producers open up about Season 8’s scope and the time bomb of Jon’s secret parentage

As promotion for the end of Game of Thrones ramps up, we’ll get more interviews in which the ultra-secretive season eight is finally discussed, and that’s just what cast members Emilia Clarke and Kit Harington, along with showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss, did for TV Guide’s Game of Thrones cover story. They open up […]

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“Surprisingly intimate” Season 8 may feature “longest battle in cinema history” & upcoming trailer teased by EW’s Hibberd!

EW‘s cover story last month gave us an inside look into the final Game of Thrones season through the eyes of James Hibberd, but it appears that report wasn’t enough for him and so he’s decided to reveal even more about his final set visits. Among his teases, there’s the possibility that a first trailer […]

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“Game of Thrones: The Touring Exhibition” moves to Belfast as the final season begins!

Game of Thrones: The Touring Exhibition continues, at long last! This detailed look at the authentic props, costumes and set decorations from Game of Thrones first showed up in Barcelona, which we reviewed here at Watchers, but if you didn’t have the opportunity to attend, you will have another one soon, and at the headquarters […]

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New Game of Thrones prequel characters: Twin sisters & a proto-wildling elder

Jane Goldman’s Long Night-set spin-off begins filming in just a few months, so it’s no surprise that casting calls for the prequel’s pilot keep popping up again and again. Today, this trend continues! Though personal details remain elusive, this batch of casting calls we uncovered does reveal a few interesting characters… read on for the […]

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George R. R. Martin promotes Fire & Blood on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert

On last night’s The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, George R. R. Martin showed up to promote his latest book, Fire & Blood, which was published this week, as we just covered. Martin’s conversation with Colbert, however, quickly veers away from his fictional histories to tales of murderous turtles and their shared love of Tolkien. […]

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Game of Thrones prequel set later than initially believed, but still no Targaryens or Dragons, George R. R. Martin reveals

You may have noticed George R. R. Martin is doing quite a lot of press lately, with the publication of Fire & Blood, his first volume on the history of House Targaryen. In a few of these interviews, he’s been more forthcoming than usual, revealing the upcoming prequel will be set later in the timeline […]

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