Interactive Game of Thrones fan events announced for Season 6 Blu-ray release!

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To celebrate the release of season 6 on Blu-ray and DVD, Game of Thrones has an interactive event planned for their fans. HBO tells us this will be done in three different U.S. cities and feature interactive experiences that blend video, photo, and virtual reality to take fans behind the scenes of season 6.

Five different experiences will accompany the individual bonus features and will give fans the chance to go behind the scenes of epic moments like Dany burning the Temple of the Dosh Khaleen, Hold the Door, the Battle of the Bastards, and even sitting on the Iron Throne! Additionally, fans will be able to access brand new exclusive Virtual Reality experiences that will train them for the wars to come.

The first stop is in New York City at Astor Place (Friday, November 18th and Saturday, November 19th).

Followed by Chicago at Grant Park (Saturday, November 26th and Sunday, November 27th).

The third and final stop will be in Los Angeles at Hollywood & Highland (Friday, December 9th and Saturday, December 10th).

All operating hours will be from 12:30pm-8pm.

The first 20 fans will receive early entry and you can pre-register here!

Interactive event experiences include:

  • Vaes Dothrak: Watch footage from the exclusive Blu-rayTM/DVD bonus feature “Recreating the Dothraki World,” a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of the city of Vaes Dothrak and its importance to Daenerys’s evolution, and stand in for Daenerys as the Temple of the Dosh Khaleen burns around you in a shareable video utilizing green screen technology.
  • North of the Wall: “Bran’s Journey” delves into Bran Stark’s shocking and revelatory journey during Season 6. In this interactive experience, fans will see a recreation of the mystical Weirwood tree, learn about the Children of the Forest, and “hold the door” to save Bran from the White Walker army in a shareable video.
  • Winterfell: “The Battle of the Bastards: An In-Depth Look,” available exclusively on the Season 6 Blu-ray/DVD set, goes behind the scenes to examine the production challenges of creating this epic event, including explorations of Visual Effects, stunts, and interviews with key cast and crew. In this experiences, modeled after Jon Snow’s command tent, fans can move stone pieces around the battle table and insert themselves into a photo opp of Jon’s position in the incredible aerial mob shot at the height of battle.
  • Castle Black: In the Defend the Wall Virtual Reality Experience, modeled after the Castle Black courtyard and created exclusively for the Game of Thrones: Season 6 – Behind the Scenes fan event, fans will wear a VR headset and pick up a virtual crossbow, arrows and shield to hone their battle skills for the wars to come. But beware! You never know what danger lurks around the corner.
  • The Workshop: The “18 Hours at the Paint Hall” Blu-rayTM/DVD feature follows all three Game of Thrones shooting units as they converge for the first time at Titanic Studios, better known as the Paint Hall, the series’ Belfast-based production hub. Housed in an aluminum structure modeled after the actual Paint Hall, this workshop will house props and costumes from the show, plus give fans the chance to sit on the Iron Throne and begin their reign as the true ruler of the Seven Kingdoms.

Season 6 will be released this year with exclusive editions at Best Buy and Target. We have an clip of the animated history narrated by Bryden Tully exclusive to Best Buy! You can now pre-order the Targaryen Meereen or Titan of Braavos steelbooks.

Or you can choose the Target edition with an exclusive bonus disc that goes behind the scenes of the fight for Meereen!

Lastly, we leave you with a clip of Peter Dinklage crashing Emilia Clarke’s set tour:

Will you be attending the fan event? Which edition of season 6 will you be picking up tomorrow?

 

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    1. So, has Best Buy stopped offering the sigil covers? Seems odd to offer them for the first 5 seasons and all of a sudden stop. Granted, last year they made them the color of the original DVD/BR set, instead of being the actual color of the house sigils, but I was hoping they’d go back to the way of the first 4 seasons. Now it looks as though they just eliminated them altogether.

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    2. http://www.goldderby.com/article/2016/critics-choice-tv-awards-nominations-game-of-thrones-westworld-outlander/
      Game of thrones picks up three nominations at the Critics choice awards
      Best Drama
      Best supporting actress + Lena and Emilia
      and Best supporting Actor+ Kit and Pete
      Award season is starting up, Golden globes and the Guild awards should be naming their nominations soon 🙂 look forward to it ^^

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    3. But that’s heavy duty shopping weekend in the Loop! Everyone and their dogs and ponies go to Michigan Ave to look at the windows and lights and go skating in Millenium Park. It’s gonna be a madhouse, but it sounds really fun!

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    4. Wait, what’s the difference between the different editions?

      Well I live in the New York City and I want to take the subway in to Downtown but….I’m avoiding things this past week due to the ongoing street protests. Things might get weird.

      Dear god, a few years ago I used to use Columbus Circle all the time – it’s a major subway hub being at the lower let corner of Central Park and all. So on a regular basis I’d walk by, enjoy all the nice buildings, see the Christmas lights, and incidentally Trump Tower was outside the Subway exit on the circle. Now it’s under siege because of that stupid tower.

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    5. I listened to the commentary for “The Door” last night. 56 minutes of my life I’ll never get back. All I learned is, Ellie Kendrick is most certainly not the nice person I was led to believe.

      Poor Pilou.

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