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Speculation: What will be the climax of Season 5?

By Rowan Kaiser on

We don’t know where Season 5 of Game Of Thrones is going to end up. That’s one of the most exciting things about this season for me. Book-readers knew what would be happening at the end of each previous season. … Continue reading

On story structure and spoilers in Season 5

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Hi everyone, I’d like to discuss spoilers and coverage of the show’s production, and its relation to George R.R. Martin’s novels at this point in the show. First, I want to be as clear as I can here, it is … Continue reading

If Bran Is Cut: No More Hodoring

By Ani Bundel on

Yesterday, we were stunned to learn that Hodor and Meera were telling papers that they would not be appearing in Season 5. My first–rather slow witted thought–was to picture Bran, underground, communing with the Weir tree he met at the … Continue reading

New Pictures of The Meereen Set Up In Kis Fortress

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Reader Monica took herself a holiday in Croatia to scout some fun and interesting pictures of the sets for Season Five. We’ve already seen pictures out of Kastel Gomilica with the Braavos set up. But some of these are the first … Continue reading

Braavos filming continues at Kastel Gomilica

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Reader Goran has a bunch of new pictures from Kastel Gomilica in Croatia, including the great shot of some extras above. As we reported a few days ago, this is where Maisie Williams is filming. Meanwhile, a reader on Twitter … Continue reading

Season 5 nudity shooting snag resolved

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Entertainment Weekly’s James Hibberd (warning: spoilers) is reporting that an essential fifth-season scene involving public nudity has had its filming issues resolved. The problems, according to earlier reports (warning: spoilers, TMZ), was that local church policies against “public displays of sexuality” in … Continue reading

Guest Post: Adapting season 5 and beyond

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Adapting A Song of Ice and Fire into a coherent and accessible TV series was thought to be an impossible task. Yet writers David Benioff and D.B. Weiss (with the help of Bryan Cogman and George R. R. Martin) have … Continue reading


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