Monthly Archives June 2014

A Q&A with The Mountain, the Stark sisters at Glastonbury, and Jon Snow narrates for Wimbledon

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Sports Illustrated recently caught up with Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson, who inherited the role of Ser Gregor Clegane in Season 4, more affectionately known as The Mountain. In the new interview Hafþór cleared up any varying reports of just how big … Continue reading

The North Remembers: May & June 2011

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Those months three years ago were glorious. We were fully immersed in the first ever season of Game of Thrones and watched it until the bitter end, still chomping at the bit for more. With the tight production schedule, though, … Continue reading

Ross Mullan on stealing a baby in Season 4, and what the White Walkers really want

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Flicks and the City recently caught up with Game of Thrones’ resident White Walker, Ross Mullan, at Collectormania. Mullan portrayed the White Walker who gave Samwell Tarly quite a scare at the end of Season 2, but was ultimately shattered … Continue reading

Liam Cunningham promotes Game of Thrones in Australia

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Liam Cunningham arrived in Sydney this week to promote Game of Thrones and bring the travelling exhibition to Ausralia. The Exhibition will take over the Museum of Contemporary Art on Monday night, but Liam has already been busy making the … Continue reading

Quick Hits: Blinkbox sales surge, Game of Thrones at the Edinburgh TV Festival, and Westeros inspired wine

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Here are a few bits of recent news to round out your Saturday. The fourth season of Game of Thrones has been a huge success, becoming HBO’s most watched show ever, and continually breaking piracy records. Now Blinkbox is reporting … Continue reading

Pedro Pascal takes his revenge, and is looking forward to seeing Dorne in Season 5

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We all screamed with Oberyn Martell as The Mountain crushed his skull, along with all of our hopes and dreams. But now that a few weeks have passed, it’s not too soon to have a laugh about it. Buzzfeed gave … Continue reading

GoT Laughs: Made in the 80’s, and the Westeros World Cup

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Before HBO Go, Blu-Rays, and DVDs, the VHS ruled our televisions. It came with a certain aesthetic, and if you were a child of the 80’s, or you’re still holding onto a VCR, you’ll appreciate this video. Mikolaj Birek has … Continue reading

Tell us your favorite moments from Game of Thrones season 4

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We find ourselves here, in the twilight of Game of Thrones season 4. Fair-weathered fans have come and gone, news and entertainment titans have ended their respective staycations in the Seven Kingdoms — but here we stand.

John Bradley talks Samwell Tarly’s fate, and the royal set visit

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Season 4 was a time of growth for Samwell Tarly. His relationship with Jon Snow gained some equal footing, he finally kissed the girl, and he proved himself quite useful at the Battle of Castle Black. Although it was a … Continue reading

George R.R. Martin teases more deaths, betrayals, and marriages in The Winds of Winter

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Fans of George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series have been eagerly awaiting the next installment for nearly three years. Although there has been a lot of speculation about Game of Thrones catching up to it’s written … Continue reading

AxeyFabulous! “The Children” reviewed

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Look, mom, I made performance art! (I’m kidding. Mom, please don’t watch this one. There’s cussing.)

Curtain Call: Charles Dance

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Today we are doing things just a bit differently. Rather than do the usual Curtain Call where any one of us varied Winter-Is-Coming writers eulogizes poetically about the actor in question (their character in memoriam), we’ve decided to let one … Continue reading



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