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Game of Thrones Season 4 featured on the cover of Entertainment Weekly

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The coming issue of Entertainment Weekly (dated March 28) heavily features the upcoming fourth season of Game of Thrones. James Hibberd reports extensively from the set in Croatia. The season is supposed to be biggest and bloodiest so far, hard … Continue reading

Kit Harington on broken ankles and body doubles

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We weren’t the only ones to interview Kit Harington recently, James Hibberd of Entertainment Weekly also has a good interview with the Thrones star where he talks about his broken ankle. Game of Thrones co-star Kit Harington came home to … Continue reading

Game of Thrones Q&A with TV Journalists

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A version of this article appeared in the Special Collector’s Edition Game of Thrones magazine. We will be reprinting several of the articles from that magazine for the benefit of our international readers and others who were unable to buy … Continue reading

Ciarán Hinds is Mance!

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James Hibberd of Entertainment Weekly has just revealed exclusively that the role of Mance Rayder has finally been cast – with none other than Ciarán Hinds! You will of course know him best from Rome, where he played Julius Caesar. After Tobias … Continue reading

Thrones keeps steady numbers

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Four weeks in, and still steady! Good news, especially if the show builds on that and the second half of the season delivers an uptick. When is it going to happen? James Hibberd reports: While the fourth episode of this … Continue reading

Ratings steady for the second instalment

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James Hibberd has an early Monday scoop on the episode 12 rating numbers: For the second episode of season two, Game of Thrones ratings basically remained steady. Sunday’s hour delivered 3.8 million viewers compared to last week’s premiere numbers, which had 3.9 million viewers. … Continue reading

EW interviews Benioff and Weiss about S2

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James Hibberd of Entertainment Weekly has a candid Q&A with Game of Thrones showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss that addresses some of the questions and controversies that have arisen from their adaption. Here are a sample of their answers. … Continue reading

Three more interviews: Clarke, Dinklage and Dance

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The Game of Thrones interviews keep on coming, but these three in particular are quite good. The first two are from Entertainment Weekly, as they continue their comprehensive coverage of Game of Thrones season two. Emilia Clarke took a break … Continue reading

EW gives small sneak peek behind-the-scenes, promises more to come

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James Hibberd of Entertainment Weekly has given us a (now-sanctioned) small glimpse behind the scenes of Game of Thrones filming in Croatia. The post includes some new photos, including a better one of the Qartheen gate. In his report, Hibberd … Continue reading

Our first look at Qarth

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Entertainment Weekly’s TV journalist, James Hibberd, had a chance to visit the set of Game of Thrones in Dubrovnik a few weeks back. Just today he tweeted a photo of him and Emilia Clarke taken while on the set and … Continue reading

Ehle out, Fairley in

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THR reports the role of Catelyn Stark has been recast, in what they call a ‘minor tweaking’ of the pilot. Jennifer Ehle is being replaced by the Irish actress Michelle Fairley. In his blog, James Hibberd writes his sources say … Continue reading

HBO officially picks up Game of Thrones!

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It’s official! James Hibberd of The Hollywood Reporter breaks the news that HBO has officially greenlighted Game of Thrones. Winter is, indeed, coming. HBO has greenlighted highly anticipated fantasy series “Game of Thrones.” The premium network has picked up the … Continue reading

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