Excerpt from James Hibberd’s book delves into the infamous unaired Game of Thrones pilot

Much like a car accident off the side of the highway, I am morbidly fascinated by the disastrous original pilot of Game of Thrones. Fortunately for people like me, James Hibberd’s upcoming book, Fire Cannot Kill a Dragon: Game of Thrones and the Untold Story of the Epic Series, will offer a behind-the-scenes look into (among other things) the […]

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George R. R. Martin Gives Meaty Update on The Winds of Winter

Calling all Game of Thrones fans and A Song of Ice and Fire fans: He’s done it! The Maestro has done it! George R. R. Martin has completed(!!!)…a blog post detailing his latest updates on the definitely-not-yet-complete but hopefully-further-along-than-it-was-prior-to-quarantine The Winds of Winter. Its predecessor A Dance with Dragons came out NINE years ago next month. Yes, readers, that is […]

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HBO and Insight Editions release sneak peek of “Game of Thrones: The Costumes”

If you’ve ever dreamed of flipping through a weighty volume of detailed photographs and sketches of Game of Thrones‘ gorgeous costumes and reading the brilliant insights of the show’s costume designer, Michele Clapton … well, your dreams really do come true, sometimes. HBO and Insight Editions have released a sneak peek of the fourth installment of […]

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10 crazy theories we believed were gospel before watching Game of Thrones season 6

10 Crazy Theories We Believed Were Gospel Before Watching Game of Thrones Season 6 (In increasing order of bizarreness) A Guest Post by Aishwarya Game of Thrones has sparked more frenzied discussions, controversies and theories than any fantasy series before. Some, like R+L=J (the popular theory that Jon Snow is the son of Rhaegar Targaryen and Lyanna […]

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