Whatever holiday you celebrate in December, it comes with a lot of pressure. If you get that special someone the wrong gift, watch out. Things can get pretty ugly. That’s particularly true for pop-culture fans. They know what they want, and they probably have most of it already. Perhaps you know someone like this. Perhaps you are someone like this. (Perhaps I am someone like this.)
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Game of Thrones isn’t the type to lend itself to wide conspiracies in the same manner as Westworld, but that hasn’t stopped more than a few persistent possibilities turning the rumor mill. Season 6 in particular saw one uncomfortable rumor dogging Sansa, one it seems Season 7 is putting to rest well-ahead of schedule.
Game of Thrones has long had its own line of beers for fans to celebrate with, and it seems crazier than a Mad King to be without an official wine. No longer, as a Santa Rosa winery will bring us three different varieties for every generation of Lannister to poison themselves with, some more quickly than others.
Even as they seem to do it every year, it’s hard to imagine Game of Thrones topping this past season’s “Battle of the Bastards” for memorable action sequences. At the very least, revisit the scene from every angle, as a new Blu-ray featurette shows Kit Harington filming that famous one-shot.
Game of Thrones advanced far enough by Season 6 to stage its own meta-play of the major events, allowing creators to blow off a little steam in the process. We didn’t see the half of it, apparently, as a new Season 6 deleted scene reveals a greatly extended look at the play, allowing Arya a few potshots at would-be critics of the production.
Not only will it take longer to get our Game of Thrones fix next summer, we’ll have even less episodes to do it with. So it is that we’ll take all the new footage we can get (not to mention all the Lady Olenna we can get) in a new deleted scene from Game of Thrones Season 6.
Had Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin not inflicted enough misery on our lives, thoughts on a Donald Trump presidency certainly seal the deal. The Song of Ice and Fire creator laments the election from a new blog post, reminding us all “Winter is coming. I told you so.”
Game of Thrones Season 7 no longer has to keep secrets on par with Jon Snow’s resurrection, but set photos of late have nonetheless seemed to spoil some long-anticipated pairings. Or have they? A new report suggests that Game of Thrones showrunners may be calling upon a bag of tricks utilized in Season 6 to throw spies off their … well, Game.
As if the wait for Game of Thrones Season 7 weren’t long enough, recent weeks have seen all manner of perfect pairings coming together via set photos and rumors. It now seems the mother of all meetings is finally upon us as well, with super-spoilery set videos finally singing our Song of Ice and Fire.
Regardless of where or when Westworld takes place, the titular park presumably represents one of several options to cater toward people’s fantasies. One might even imagine a Game of Thrones World proving a big hit, something creator George R.R. Martin even floated by Westworld bosses.