When preparing footwear in Westeros, one has to consider the weather. Is winter coming? If so, a nice pair of tennis shoes might not be the way to go. Even so, who doesn’t love some nice tennis shoes?Read more……
George R.R. Martin is taking his responsibility to complete The Winds of Winter VERY seriously. The Song of Ice and Fire author told Entertainment Weekly that he turned down a Game of Thrones Season 8 cameo in order to focus on writing his long-awaited novel.
“David and Dan invited me to a cameo in one of the final episodes, which I was tempted to do,” Martin told EW. “But I didn’t think just for the sake of a cameo I could take the time to return to Belfast.”
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Kit Harington may have moved on from one major franchise to another, but he just brought them together in a pretty adorable spoof.
Harington did a fake audition for an “Untitled Fantasy TV Drama” along with his How to Train Your Dragon co-star Toothless. Harington included some serious jabs at his role in Game of Thrones, the beautiful brooding bastard from the North, Jon Snow.
“I’m a little confused about my part, really,” Harington tells Toothless between scenes. “First I’m dead, then I’m not. No one knows who my mother is?”
Toothless should honestly have been in GoT, because the chemistry between these two…
Fair warning: I may be reaching a little bit with this one.
Still, this is Game of Thrones we’re talking about, and that means absolutely no potential clue is too small to write at length about.
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This one popped up when I decided to read some of George R.R. Martin’s early short stories. The collection is called Dreamsongs, and the short story which jumped out at me is titled “The Ice Dragon”.
Being the dangerously obsessed Thrones fan that I am, I was hooked halfway into the…
Game of Thrones, what with its constant violence, intense politics, and casual dragons, doesn’t seem like it’d be a set abundant with hilarity and horsing around.
But three-time Emmy-winner Peter Dinklage says he played both prankster and victim on set, telling Jimmy Kimmel he had quite the dark (and pretty classic) trick to play.
“I like to pretend I’m dead,” he told the late show host on Wednesday. “It’s fun.”
And for who’s benefit? “For whoever, the wardrobe person, or the producers, just my legs sprawled out in the trailer. You’ve got to get really smushed into the floor, like, a very awkward position….
Playing A Game of Thrones: The Board Game was one of the most intense experiences of my life—it remains the only board game I’ve ever stormed away from out of anger, sorry family. But if I thought that was an extreme Game of Thrones experience, I too know nothing, Jon Snow. Because there’s a new Song of Ice and Fire …Read more……