The Next Story in the Ice and Fire World: What Could It Be?

Well, at the very least, we have something semi-confirmed to be published by George R.R. Martin from the A Song of Ice and Fire world this year. Thanks to the sleuthing of Reddit users blackofhairandheart2 and luminariesadmin as well as blogger NobodySuspectsTheButterfly and others, GRRM’s involvement in Gardner Dozois’ Book of Swords anthology has been revealed to the […]

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Kit Harington back in Iceland for more Game of Thrones season seven filming

Game of Thrones is deep into its midwinter Icelandic shoot, yet precious little has leaked from this sparsely populated island in the middle of the ocean… perhaps because it’s a sparsely populated island in the middle of the ocean, and the HBO production is filming in the least habitable locations around. Nevertheless, sometimes leaks are […]

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Sand Snakes Showily Slither Into Spain: Indira & Rosabell Sighted in Cáceres!

We haven’t seen much of Ellaria and the Sand Snakes in Game of Thrones. In their story so far, Ellaria witnessed the Mountain’s all-too enthusiastic rubbing of Oberyn’s eyes, recruited his bastard daughters —Obara, Nymeria and Tyene— and plotted their revenge. After a spectacularly botched assassination attempt, they got it right on their second attempt, […]

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Game of Thrones prep work begins in Cáceres as filming wraps up in Seville & Bronn to fight in key action sequence

As the Itálica shoot comes to a close, the cast and crew start migrating west to Cáceres. We update you on the preparations being made at Trujillo Castle and in Malpartida and bring you news of Bronn‘s involvement in one of season seven’s largest action scenes. Just finished 13 hour day of filming. No time […]

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Another cast member joins Itálica shoot & The Mountain shows off his new outfit

Oh, spoiler addicts, how fiercely are we longing for the days in which Game of Thrones filmed along the mountainous coast of the Basque Country, which offered bays, peaks and cliffs from which clever observers could oversee almost any filming. Conditions in Southern Spain couldn’t be more different, as the flat terrain offers no high […]

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