Daniel Sackheim on “Book of the Stranger,” the Tower of Joy and directing Game of Thrones

Director Daniel Sackheim, the man behind the two most recent episodes of Game of Thrones talks to the Wall Street Journal this week about his methods and the creation of the show. Along with the interview, the newest edition of “The Game Revealed” has turned up online, offering behind the scenes material and more insight from Sackheim […]

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Curtain Call: Brenock O’Connor

Well, the #FuckOlly movement has finally paid off. In the last scene of “Oathbreaker,” the newly resurrected Jon Snow executed his traitorous Brothers, including Olly, the teenage boy who’d become one of the most hated characters on the show. To be perfectly honest, I never understood the fandom’s bile towards Olly and I probably owe much of […]

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Give us your thoughts on questions from “Oathbreaker” through “Book of the Stranger”

Last week, we asked three questions following the events of “Home”. Some of you were right, some of you were wrong, and some of our shared theories have yet to be determined. Tomorrow, a podcast records part two of thoughts and feelings set in motion following “Oathbreaker”. Leading into next week, there are things that […]

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Tweetbreaker

Because once again, as has been its habit of late, Game of Thrones broke Twitter, which in turn broke the internet. (No, not really. Come on.) Axey back, haulin’ the usual Tuesday bag of GoTwitter Goodness. As you know, we grab the funniest, fiercest, angriest, happiest, weirdest (and yes, stupidest) Tweets, checking the #GameOfThrones, #Oathbreaker, […]

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