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Sean Bean wants to return to Game of Thrones

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If Game of Thrones decides to make it happen, there could be a return to Westeros in the cards for Sean Bean. But how would that be possible, with Ned Stark’s noble head removed at the end of season one? … Continue reading

Noah Taylor on Locke’s exit and being the bad guy

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This week’s episode saw the gruesome end of a character that Game of Thrones viewers had grown to loathe: Locke, the henchman of House Bolton, played by Noah Taylor. The character when initially introduced raised some eyebrows as he was … Continue reading

Lena Headey on Cersei, Season 4 and beyond

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Lena Headey is promoting up a storm this month, with the release of 300: Rise of an Empire (in which she returns as the Spartan queen Gorgo) and of course, the fourth season of Game of Thrones arriving on April … Continue reading

Vulture goes behind the rock music of Thrones

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Vulture has a great article that explores how indie rock has embraced Game of Thrones And vice versa. The genesis of this unexpected relationship, as Vulture’s Jennifer Vineyard explains, was the song that played over the end credits of season … Continue reading

GoT Laughs: GoT mash-ups

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In case you missed it, Vulture has reimagined the cast of Thrones as characters from other successful shows, and the end result is very effective, I dare say. Here goes, guess them all without peeking:

A few more reviews: Alyssa Rosenberg, Matt Zoller Seitz and EW

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Here are a few more reviews of season 3 of Game of Thrones. First, Alyssa Rosenberg of Think Progress, who says that the show rises to greatness this season. While HBO’s fantasy series has always been an ambitious act of … Continue reading

Game of Thrones fans deemed most devoted fan base by Vulture

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Step aside, Trekkies. Move out the way, Trubies. Stand down, Browncoats. There is a new fan base in town and we are the hardest of hardcore. That’s right, Vulture has ranked the top 25 most devoted fan bases, and guess … Continue reading

Some more big reviews

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Willa Paskin of Salon writes: The cornerstone of “Games” success is its fidelity to Martin’s big genre advancement: to write magical fantasy like a realist. “Games” is a fantasy only insofar as it’s not taking place somewhere real. Nothing that happens … Continue reading

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