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Game of Owns: The Afterglow

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Heading further into the on-season, GOO returns to catch up on a slew of news and Westerosian politics. Continue reading

George R.R. Martin reveals major battles, dragon action, and White Walkers are to come in Game of Thrones

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George R.R. Martin recently appeared at the Neuchâtel International Fantastic Film Festival in Switzerland, where he held a masterclass to discuss his work. The event was livestreamed, and is now available for replay. During the conversation, Martin talks at length … Continue reading

George R.R. Martin has a strong message for those who think he won’t finish A Song of Ice and Fire

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During his recent trip to Europe, George R.R. Martin sat down for an interview with Swiss newspaper Tages-Anzeiger. When the question arose of how he feels about people wondering if he will finish A Song of Ice and Fire before … Continue reading

Interview Roundup: Moving past the books, the shortcomings of body doubles, and playing a badass

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Here are a few bits from recent interviews with the Game of Thrones cast, and a new sit down with George R.R. Martin for your Sunday reading/viewing pleasure. A few characters reached the end of their already-written storylines in Season … Continue reading

George R.R. Martin teases more deaths, betrayals, and marriages in The Winds of Winter

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Fans of George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series have been eagerly awaiting the next installment for nearly three years. Although there has been a lot of speculation about Game of Thrones catching up to it’s written … Continue reading

George R.R. Martin’s Editor, Anne Groell, answers fan questions in Live Q&A, hopes to have TWOW “reasonably soon”

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Today, Editor to George R.R. Martin, Anne Groell, participated in a live Q&A session at Suvudu Universe. Anne spent an hour answering some of the top voted questions submitted by fans over the past week. She revealed what she could … Continue reading

Editor to George R.R. Martin, Anne Groell, to answer fan voted questions in Live Q&A

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On May 29th, Suvudu Univserse will host a live Q&A with Anne Groell, the Editor to George R.R. Martin. Being one of the first people who will get their hands on what is sure to be George’s very large ‘The … Continue reading

George R.R. Martin guest stars in Conan O’Brien skit “I Got This”

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Last night’s ‘Conan’ featured a skit entitled “I Got This” promoting a service that would guarantee your TV viewing experience is never ruined by a casual viewer’s annoying questions. With Game of Thrones being a prime candidate for such a … Continue reading

George R.R. Martin talks killing characters and writing on DOS with Conan O’Brien

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George R.R. Martin was a guest on last night’s Conan. In a very funny interview, the “A Song of Ice and Fire” author talks about the bold move of killing King Joffrey, and how the show-runners David and Dan are … Continue reading

Kit Harington covers Rolling Stone for ‘Inside Game of Thrones’ feature, George R.R. Martin interviewed

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Kit Harington is featured on the cover of the latest issue of Rolling Stone magazine as a part of their ‘Inside Game of Thrones’ feature. The feature includes a piece on Kit entitled “The Winter Soldier,” as well as an … Continue reading

George R.R. Martin responds to fan’s concern over Jaime and Cersei’s scene in “Breaker of Chains”

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There has been a lot of discussion across the web (and the WiC comment section) about the changes made to Jaime and Cersei’s sex scene in last night’s episode, when compared to the original writings of George R.R. Martin. Today, … Continue reading

George R.R. Martin talks Game of Thrones with ABC News as their Person of the Week

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George R.R. Martin was interviewed last night on ABC World News as their Person of the Week. The A Song of Ice and Fire author answers fan questions about his inspirations for King’s Landing, and the villainous Joffrey. He talks … Continue reading



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