Time for another trip down the memory lane, looking at July three years ago … FaB reviewed his top 7 book-to-screen changes of season one. Season two was in full pre-production mode. GRRM finished the first draft of his … Continue reading
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Dame of Thrones is back from its hiatus! Put on your best red outfit, burn a heretic or two, and let’s talk Melisandre. Warning: A Dance with Dragons spoilers beyond this point.
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
Look, mom, I made performance art! (I’m kidding. Mom, please don’t watch this one. There’s cussing.)
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
When it came to deaths, Season 4 was relentless, and the finale was no exception. And so we say goodbye to Sibel Kekilli, the actress who has portrayed Shae since season 1. From the beginning, Kekilli had a major challenge … Continue reading
Thus begins Dame of Thrones, Hiatus Edition. Let’s start where season five left off: Arya Stark. Valar morghulis. Book spoilers in this one!
Bang! We start with the graphics right away (click to enlarge, first hour only, shows with >10 episode runs condensed to fit, yada yada). Are you suffering from the post-season blues already? This Sunday will be about numbers instead of … Continue reading
Yeah, I know I have to. But I can’t. Yes, yes, it’s my solemnly-sworn duty here at WiCnet, but I… I just can’t.
HBO’s Game of Thrones brandishes a consistent and high degree of fidelity to the nearly 5,000-page-long source material of George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire novels, but there still, of course, are differences. While most of these … Continue reading
When I first bumped into Thomas Brodie-Sangster it was almost in a quite literal sense; it was September of last year, and he was coming down the stairs of the Belfast convention center and I was going up. He deftly … Continue reading
When we look at the Game of Thrones, we have those who follow and play an important role to those who lead. We’ve seen a few of these players highlighted so far. Jojen and Meera Reed, Melisandre, The Hound, etc. … Continue reading