‘Beyond The Wall’ director on that much-debated timeline, Longclaw’s eyes, and Dany and Jon

If there’s one thing Game Of Thrones viewers have complained about during season 7 — well, not the only thing, but one of them — it’s how quickly travel is being done. For no episode was that criticism more prevalent than it was for episode 6, “Beyond The Wall,” where it was loudly decried that Gendry’s run back […]

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Michele Clapton talks dressing the reunited Starks and Indian company discusses replicating Westeros

The gleaming swords and daggers, the regal crowns, the intricate embroidery on gowns and robes — part of the appeal for Game Of Thrones fans is the level of detail in the costuming and the beautifully imagined world it helps to create. In a recent article from Broadly, fans got a peek behind the curtain at how some […]

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Witness the Creation of the Dragon Skull for “Stormborn” and the Evolution of Dragon VFX from Season 1 to 7

Who would have thought we’d ever see Balerion the Black Dread in Game of Thrones. Aegon the Conqueror’s mount has been dead for centuries, and a flashback seemed unlikely, so that appeared to be it. Until last week: in “Stormborn,” Cersei tested Qyburn’s new anti-dragon artillery against the skull of Balerion. Of course, it wasn’t […]

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Inside Tyrion’s, Sam’s & Jorah’s regal letters and the Greyscale book from “Stormborn”!

Freeze-framing featured letters and books and other details has been part and parcel of the Game of Thrones experience since the beginning. We’ll look for answers anywhere! However, it’s rare to get as great a look as today’s at the show’s intricate props. If, while watching Stormborn, you wondered in which context Tyrion snuck in […]

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