WiC Weekly: October 20-26

It’s time once again for your weekly Game of Thrones-related news recap! What’s been going on in the wonderful world of Westeros? Has there been word from Beyond the Wall? Well, of course…on both fronts! So, if you’re ready to get to it, then let’s hit the gas!

Are you a fan of Netflix’s The Last Kingdom? Good, so are we! Check out a new trailer for season 3!

We matched 50 Game of Thrones characters with movies we think would be their favorites. Yes, this is a thing.

The Last Kingdom season 3 got a release date and cool new poster!

An illustrator says he’s completed work on a cover for The Winds of Winter. Level of hype has been elevated.

Kit Harington (Jon Snow) ponders life after Game of Thrones, and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau gives us a tease for season 8.

On Take the Black Live, we try and figure out the season 8 premiere date using the latest information about Game of Thrones. Our WiC Forensics team is top-notch, y’all.

Gotham is introducing Bane in its final season, and we coughed up both lungs laughing at him. Don’t worry, we’re fine.

Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson (Gregor “the Mountain” Clegane) got married, and Alfie Allen (Theon Greyjoy) and his girlfriend welcomed a new baby girl into their lives!

Marvel has more leaks than a sinking ship (which it’s not) so if you’re going to click on this article, then beware the lurking SPOILERS for Avengers 4.

Wanna see a preview of George R.R. Martin’s latest book? No, it’s not The Winds of Winter, please reset your hype level to: Meh.

You’ve got to check out this incredibly well-done fan-made The Last Airbender film.

That’s it for this week, kids. See you next Sunday!

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