Tag Archives: Game of Thrones

Harry Lloyd, Maisie Williams, and George R.R. Martin star in “Supreme Tweeter”

By David (Razor) Harris on

Harry Lloyd hasn’t been on Game of Thrones since Season 1, when his character, Viserys Targaryen, received a golden crown from Aquaman Khal Drogo. The actor has kept busy since then, with roles in movies like The Theory of Everything and an upcoming part … Continue reading

HBO will be available through Sling TV in time for the Game of Thrones premiere

By Dan Selcke on

And the ways to watch the new season of Game of Thrones just keep coming. According to Variety, subscribers to Sling TV will now also be able to watch the show through the over-the-top streaming platform, which has been available for just … Continue reading

Watch this video on the special effects behind the Titan of Braavos

By Dan Selcke on

At the end of last season of Game of Thrones, in what now passes for an uplifting moment on this show, Arya Stark boarded a ship bound for the trade city of Braavos and sailed away from the continent where she’d … Continue reading

Game of Thrones Quick Draw: The Lives of Catelyn Stark and the Hound

By David (Razor) Harris on

Vanity Fair and 1A4 Studio are back with the 6th and 7th installments in their Game of Thrones Quick Draw. We’ve already seen The Life of Ned Stark, The Life of Khal Drogo, The life of Joffrey Baratheon, The Life … Continue reading

Growing Up Game Of Thrones: Turner, Williams and More

By Ani Bundel on

One of the striking things about the original A Song of Ice and Fire series is the young age of many of the protagonists. Although Ned Stark, Catelyn Stark, and Tyrion Lannister are all full-grown adults (even though Tyrion can … Continue reading

ThinkGeek Imagines Up “Clue: Game of Thrones Edition”

By Ani Bundel on

Though the big news around here is that there are now only 12 days until the premiere of Game of Thrones, elsewhere on the Internet it’s crazy pranks day. ThinkGeek, makers of toys and specials and nerdy fun, is famous for … Continue reading

Who will survive A Song of Ice and Fire, statistically speaking?

By Cameron White on

“Who lives? Who dies?” Varys’ Season 2 riddle, which doubled as a pontification on the nature of power, is also a question that can be stated and approached from a mathematical point of view. We’ve already seen superfan BryndenBFish ponder when … Continue reading

The two younger Sand Snakes discuss Dorne in new interview

By Dan Selcke on

As most Game of Thrones fans know by now, the coming season will take viewers to Dorne, the southernmost kingdom of Westeros, where the sun’s always shining and vows of sexual fidelity are only loosely enforced. Oberyn Martell, the free-loving fan favorite … Continue reading

Behold, The Game of Thrones Catch-Up Machine

By David (Razor) Harris on

We are a paltry 13 days away from the Season 5 premiere of Game of Thrones. Of course, by now, most of you have seen all four of the previous seasons, and are fully caught-up on the goings on in … Continue reading

How Game of Thrones Season 5 Has Readied Us For Dorne

By Ani Bundel on

Over the last few weeks there has been an onslaught of Game of Thrones news, starting around the time the second trailer dropped during the surprise HBO Now announcement a few weeks ago. When you’re drinking from a fire hose like this, … Continue reading

University of South Florida students get to see the Game of Thrones premiere early

By Dan Selcke on

If you’re a Game of Thrones fan and happen to live near Tampa, Florida, it may be worth it to gather a bunch of your friends together, pile into a car, and drive to the Marshall Student Center’s Oval Theater on … Continue reading

Helen Mirren Would Like To be On Game of Thrones

By Ani Bundel on

When the Queen says she would like a role on your show, it is perhaps advisable to find her one. Helen Mirren, best known for…do I really have to list it all out? Let’s just go with “a long and … Continue reading