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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Emilia Clarke makes the rounds on late-night and morning shows, talks Daenerys Halloween costumes and the infamous coffee cup

Oh, Emilia Clarke…your most famous character may have gotten a lousy death (don’t @ me), but you’re always such a joy to watch in interviews! Fortunately for us, it’s something she’s been doing a lot of lately as she makes the press rounds for her upcoming holiday rom-com, Last Christmas.

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Director Miguel Sapochnik discusses his Emmy nominated episode; George R.R. Martin on the unexpected success of Game of Thrones

The Emmys will be awarded next month, and Game of Thrones is well positioned to take home a considerable number of trophies with its historic 32 nominations. Miguel Sapochnik has an excellent chance at winning in the Outstanding Directing category for “The Long Night,” having previously won in 2016 for “Battle of the Bastards.” In a new interview […]

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John Bradley discusses saying goodbye to ‘Game of Thrones,’ the cast remembers their favorite scenes, and Kit Harington made sex scenes weird

We’re almost there, everyone — just five days to go until the Season 8 premiere of Game of Thrones and the moment when we all lose our minds for six weeks. With it being so close, yet feeling so very far away, allow us to take your mind off the wait with some more Thrones news!

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