Like 'Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban' before it, very often book to film-adaptations begin to grow increasingly disparate when directors reach the longer, meatier entries of the series. Such will prove the case with 'Game of Thrones' season 3, which adapts roughly half of series creator George R.R. Martin's novel "A Storm of Swords," incorporating a few elements from its sequel as well, but will it be long before the story changes create bigger problems? Find out what Martin has to say of the 'Game of Thrones' season 3 changes inside!
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'Game of Thrones' season 3 premieres later this month, but to fans of the popular series, that sounds like an eternity. Whether you've been a longtime follower of the books that inspired the hit HBO show or a relative newbie to the world of Westeros, you can curb your anticipation by watching that new extended trailer...or you can do what we did and go through it frame by fram
Though 'Game of Thrones' has been on the air for two years now, with a hotly-anticipated third season of the fantasy drama from creator George R.R. Martin due to arrive on March 31, many fans consider it a miracle such a high-concept series made it to TV in the first place. That wonder may soon become far more commonplace as series author and HBO executive producer George R.R. Martin has signed an overall deal with the network to develop future series! Find out about George R.R. Martin's next HBO projects inside!
As we continue to foam at the mouth for the March 31 premiere of HBO's 'Game of Thrones' season 3, most recently from the cryptic three-eyed raven teaser released earlier today, fans of the series take solace in at least one thing. Come hell or "Blackwater," original series creator George R.R. Martin will write one of the episodes from the coming season! But after the season 2 triumph of "Blackwater," which hour from 'Game of Thrones' comign season will Martin tackle this time? Find out the latest on 'Game of Thrones' season 3 inside!
This was clearly something you couldn't live the rest of your life without knowing happened. Many a fan have spent many an hour in many a basement engaged in glorious battle, debating the respective merits of George R.R. Martin's iconic fantasy series 'Game of Thrones,' as well as J.R.R. Tolkien's fantasy classic 'The Lord of the Rings.' Naturally, those debates would turn to nerd battles of who might win in a fight, so let's hear what Martin himself has to say!
'Game of Thrones' fans are blessed not only by the frequent involvement of 'A Song of Ice and Fire' creator George R.R. Martin with the series, but also the fervent faith through which many of the books events are adapted for live-action. Still, every so often moments from the book come up that have both Martin, as well as HBO itself a bit nervous about its execution, so what upcoming story is the legendary creator dreading bringing to the screen?
Long before Alfred Hitchcock perfected it, directors and writers making cameos in their own work has long been a tradition. But with George R.R. Martin's friendly penchant for fan indulgence and distinctive beard putting him right at home in the land of Westeros, why haven't we seen the 'Song of Ice and Fire' author appear on HBO's 'Game of Thrones' just yet?
Little over one week remains until viewers get their first taste of the second season of HBO's 'Game of Thrones,' but fan reaction isn't everything on the minds of the showrunners. According to the man himself, one upcoming episode has even series creator George R.R. Martin worried about its execution.