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George R.R. Martin: Some Fans have guessed ending to Game of Thrones

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George R.R. Martin may be the only person who truly knows how the A Song of Ice and Fire series will end, but the author has recently admitted that some fan theories have correctly predicted his endgame. Speaking recently at … Continue reading

George R.R. Martin on how his life has changed, the pressure to write, and a bittersweet ending

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George R.R. Martin continues to blaze the press trail before he takes some long awaited and well deserved time at home to work on the next book in his series. While in Edinburgh for their International Book Festival he spoke … Continue reading

Emmy-Nominated Director Neil Marshall details his work on the Battle of Castle Black

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In less than two weeks we’ll find out if Neil Marshall will take home an Emmy for his work on the penultimate episode of Season 4, The Watchers on the Wall. Marshall once again delivered one of the most action … Continue reading

More from George R.R. Martin, a Titanic expansion, and Game of Thrones torrenting by state

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George R.R. Martin had a busy visit to Edinburgh for their International Book Festival, in addition to his two Q&A sessions, he also sat down to speak with Sky News, and BBC Radio. In his interview with Sky News he … Continue reading

The idea that landed Dave Hill a writing position on Game of Thrones Season 5

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Variety published a feature on showrunners today which included a new quote from our very own Game of Thrones showrunners, David Benioff and D.B. Weiss. We learned earlier this year that a new writer was being welcomed into the mix … Continue reading

George R.R. Martin speaks at Edinburgh International Book Festival

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George R.R. Martin appeared at the Edinburgh International Book Festival this week to discuss his writing, and meet with his Scottish fans. Martin took part in two hour long Q&A sessions. The first of which, titled Creating Brave New Worlds, … Continue reading

Rosabell Laurenti Sellers on landing the role of Tyene Sand in Game of Thrones Season 5

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San Diego Comic-Con brought us a slew of casting announcements, including the long awaited Sand Snakes. We now have our first interview from one of the new cast members, Rosabell Laurenti Sellers, who will portray Tyene Sand, the daughter of … Continue reading

Sophie Turner teases a big change, and familiar faces for Sansa Stark in Season 5

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Sansa Stark not only went though a transformation on our screens this year, but also in the public’s perception of the young girl navigating her way through the world of Game of Thrones. Sansa is finally out of King’s Landing, … Continue reading

Reddit Review: DIY Dragon Eggs, How Maisie became Arya, and much more!

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If you step into your upcoming week and your withdrawals from Game of Thrones have not worn off yet, we have a compilation of posts from Reddit that might ease your pain. In this review we highlight some fan creations, … Continue reading

The Game of Thrones cast share bonding stories, and talk death scenes with Entertainment Weekly Radio

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The Game of Thrones cast and crew stopped by the Entertainment Weekly Radio studios at Comic-Con last weekend. The interview somehow slipped through our roundups, but thankfully it’s here now, and it’s quite hilariously candid. The cast talks about how … Continue reading

George R.R. Martin on his obligation to the fans, and involvement in Game of Thrones

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As a Santa Fe resident, George R.R. Martin is the latest feature on New Mexico In Focus. The author sat down for a lengthy interview inside his Jean Cocteau Cinema to talk about his work. Martin discusses many elements of … Continue reading

Maisie Williams promises more revenge for Arya in Season 5, hopes to keep surprising book readers

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Season 4 of Game of Thrones brought about a number of surprises for not only fans of the television series, but book readers alike. Additional scenes, and diversions from the written story were plentiful, sometimes to great delight, and sometimes … Continue reading



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