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.
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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.”
'Game of Thrones' Season 5 puts the women in power as alliances shift, characters converge and airplane-sized dragons scorch the skies of George R.R. Martin's Westeros. Our early spoiler-free review, before the HBO premiere on April 12!
The imminent arrival of Game of Thrones Season 5 has literary creator George R.R. Martin racing to finish sixth novel The Winds of Winter, but TV may have placed yet another obstacle in his path. Martin will have a hand in developing a new HBO sci-fi period drama Captain Cosmos, with another writer already on board.
Despite Game of Thrones Season 5 diverging from its source material, the upcoming year proves notable as the first without creator George R.R. Martin penning at least one episode. Now, Martin confirms that the same will be true of Game of Thrones Season 6, instead taking time to perfect the literary saga’s penultimate chapter, The Winds of Winter.
Once upon a time, Game of Thrones creator George R.R. Martin would casually dismiss notions that HBO’s fantasy smash could ever catch up to his novels. Now, with Season 5 burning to debut on April 12, and two books remaining in Martin’s series, Game of Thrones producers confirm the show will inevitably overtake, and spoil at least some material for readers.
HBO’s Game of Thrones has cultivated an air that Season 5 will prove the most divergent yet from series creator George R.R. Martin’s literary works, yet the man himself can still be surprised. The Game of Thrones author recently teased that Season 5 will feature multiple character deaths not found in his novels, calling showrunners “even bloodier than I am.”
This past weekend saw HBO conjuring its first official trailer for ‘Game of Thrones,’ season 5, bringing plenty of battles, boobs and magical teases of the new episodes premiering Sunday, April 12. We couldn’t help diving a little deeper into every frame of footage for literary details, so what secrets of ‘Game of Thrones’ season 5 have we unlocked?
You guys do know that George R.R. Martin has books that aren’t a part of the ‘Song of Ice and Fire’ series that serves as the basis for ‘Game of Thrones,’ right? Thanks to your devotion to HBO and Martin’s hit series, there’s another project in the works based on one of Martin’s books, but this time it’s a collection of short fantasy stories titled ‘In the Lost Lands,’ and it will star Milla Jovovich.
With season five of 'Game of Thrones' still months away and the sixth book in George R.R. Martin's 'A Song of Ice and Fire' still a big question mark, fans of Westeros and its merry cast of murderers, assassins, knights, kings and wildlings are probably hoping for something (anything!) to occupy their time. Enter 'A World of Ice and Fire,' one of the coolest companion books you will ever see.