WiC Weekly: June 14-20


Happy Father’s Day, and welcome to an all-new edition of WiC Weekly, the once-a-week Game of Thrones news-related roundup that also ventures into the larger entertainment world Beyond the Wall. Let’s see what’s happening today.

From The Rage of Dragons to The Broken Earth, from heavy epics to fun romps, here are 10 of the best fantasy and sci-fi book series by Black authors.

Game of Thrones fans are great at coming up with theories as they wait for The Winds of Winter. Here are some of the most entertaining:

Fans of The Wheel of Time know that wolves play a big part in Perrin’s journey. It looks like Amazon is going to do that journey justice:

The Last Kingdom showrunner Stephen Butchard talks about his favorite characters, directing actors, and the state of period dramas in the time of COVID-19.

Ed Skrein played Daario Naharis on Game of Thrones for a few episodes before getting replaced. Why did he leave? Consider our curiosity piqued.

Star Wars fan films have been getting made for years, but few come as good as “Betrayal,” which offers a new perspective on the iconic Order 66 scene.

Outlander was due to already have started by filming by now, but because of a certain virus, the Droughtlander may have to last longer than usual.

There was a time when Kit Harington’s head was one of the most-watched spaces on the internet. Truly, those times are gone:

Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner (Sansa Stark) stepped out with her husband Joe Jonas and showed off her baby bump. Congratulations to them both!

Eastwatch-by-the-Sea is one of many castles along the Wall. We saw it on Game of Thrones but haven’t in A Song of Ice and Fire. But that’s going to change:

See you next week!

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