Game of Thrones Season 5 has only just reached the most exciting climax of its run, but given the lengthy production cycle, Season 6 has already begun casting for new roles. Check out a breakdown of who HBO is eying for Game of Thrones Season 6, and which of George R.R. Martin‘s characters they might represent!
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This past Sunday’s latest Game of Thrones installment “The Gift” blew past one of the most long-anticipated pairings of even George R.R. Martin’s books, but how will it change the series? Showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss discuss the potential for Daenerys and Tyrion’s pairing, and what it means for fans of Martin’s literary saga.
Game of Thrones Season 5 has promised for months that the world of Westeros would contract, bringing more and more long-separated characters together. Tonight’s “The Gift” finally delivered on one of the biggest crossovers in Game of Thrones history, atop yet another shocking turn back in Kings’ Landing. Our full review!
All week long Game of Thrones has been teasing its musical extravaganza with Coldplay for Red Nose Day, first with Westeros’ main man Tyrion, then older brother Jaime. Now, the whole Game of Thrones crew has assembled for a full-length musical sketch, and in no uncertain terms … Rastafarian Targaryens are coming.
Yesterday Game of Thrones favorite Peter Dinklage gave a musical tribute to the many casualties of Westeros in honor of Red Nose Day, but Jaime Lannister wasn’t about to let his brother fly solo. Now, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau has gotten in on the gag, leaving us well on the way to a full-fledged Game of Thrones musical with a love song for Cersei.
Boy, a lot of people sure do die on Game of Thrones. Westeros is a really dangerous place for pretty much every human unfortunate enough to live there. In keeping with that idea, Peter Dinklage (aka Tyrion of the House Lannister) teamed up with Coldplay to sing a song for (some of) the fallen characters. Spoilers ahead, obviously, for all five seasons.
Well, here we are again. Game of Thrones is no stranger to controversial depictions of sex, and increasingly prone to scenes of deplorable rape with reckless abandon, and last night's "Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken" proved no different. Unsurprisingly, creator George R.R. Martin, producers and cast have now come forth with their own assessment of the latest outrage.
Wedding nights on Game of Thrones aren’t usually much of a happy occasion and “Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken” was no exception. This week’s episode ended with the long-dreaded nuptials between Lord Ramsay Bolton and Lady Sansa Stark and if you think it...
Game of Thrones Season 5 has reached a midway point, and while we’ve seen plenty of huge divergences from the books, tonight’s “Kill the Boy” set up some major literary plot twists for the second half of the season. Find out who’s getting married, who finally crossed paths, and who’s got a death sentence by our full review of tonight’s Game of Thrones!
HBO’s Game of Thrones has long stirred debate about spoiling the plot of George R.R. Martin’s unfinished novels, producers even claiming to know broad strokes of the author’s inevitable ending. One reveal in particular has been long-theorized by fans, and may have been confirmed by last night’s “Sons of the Harpy.”