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GRRM: “Book Littlefinger and television show Littlefinger are very different characters.”

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Via Blastr.com an interesting item has come to our attention. Game of Thrones has become so pervasive one can find references to it just about anywhere. Thus it came to pass that GRRM was invited to participate in a BBC documentary … 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

What happens when Game of Thrones catches up to the books?

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There has been much speculation amongst fans on what Game of Thrones might do if (when?) they catch up to George R. R. Martin. But the showrunners, David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, haven’t really addressed the issue. Until last week, … Continue reading

Speculating on season 4

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With season 3 now over (man, it sucks to have to say that), it’s time to turn our focus to season 4. We know that season 4 will encompass the second half of A Storm of Swords. But how exactly … Continue reading

Thrones producer: “We’ll probably get through seven seasons”

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Game of Thrones producer Frank Doelger spoke with RadioTimes at the BAFTAs, where Thrones took home the Audience Award, and had an interesting quote about how long he expects the show to last. Speaking backstage at the Baftas – where … Continue reading

Benioff & Weiss interviewed on KCRW’s UpClose

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David Benioff & D.B. Weiss, Game of Thrones writers and executive producers, appeared on KCRW’s UpClose a couple weeks ago. David & Dan talk about their background, the genesis of the show, the adaptation process and more in an entertaining … Continue reading

Ask a GoT Writer: Bryan Cogman on the writing process, Robb and Talisa, and Renly’s peach

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As we announced a few weeks back, we have a new feature here at WinterIsComing.net, called Ask a GoT Writer. We asked you, the fans, to send in your questions and you were more than happy to oblige. We received … Continue reading

GRRM talks adaptation, Benioff & Weiss talk dragons

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Two good interviews from the Game of Thrones writers. First one is with George R. R. Martin at Amazon’s Omnivoracious blog. He talks about his relationship to the show and answers a question about the deviations from the book. RAR: … Continue reading

What if Game of Thrones overtakes the books?

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A question asked by many fans since Game of Thrones first started: could the show catch up to George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series? And if it does, what would happen? Adam Whitehead of The … Continue reading

WinterIsComing.net contributes to Game of Thrones magazine

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This is something we’ve been working on behind-the-scenes for the past month or so and can finally now unveil. WinterIsComing.net has collaborated with Topix Media to create a one-time-release Game of Thrones magazine! Here is the cover… The mag is … Continue reading

Season 3 moments to look forward to

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With HBO starting to promo the upcoming season, I thought it would be a good time to look ahead to season three and talk about the moments we are looking forward to seeing. We’re going to be doing this round-table … Continue reading

Bryan Cogman talks season 3 and adaptation

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The Mary Sue has a new interview with Game of Thrones writer Bryan Cogman, where they talk about the Inside HBO’s Game of Thrones book, as well as the show in general. A couple answers from the interview that I … Continue reading

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