Project Greenlight hits a stop sign, Project Redlight; you name the pun, and Matt Damon glumly affirms. The Jason Bourne star reveals that HBO’s revival of his and Ben Affleck’s Project Greenlight has come to an end once more, and might potentially be shopped to another network.
Game of Thrones fans will never tire of the eerie green glow behind wildfire explosions, elevating Cersei’s finale plot to the peak of iconic imagery for the series. Such a sight is unlikely repeated in what little time we have left, so watch VFX painstakingly break down every ker-ploding bit and bob, layer by later, for the explosive final result!
Among the many Game of Thrones questions Season 6 tabled for the penultimate year, at least one fan-favorite character dropped off the map in what seemed very much like a suicide mission. Now, eagle-eyes in Belfast have likely confirmed said character’s return, while a surprising easter egg from Season 2 might help illuminate their path.
Game of Thrones has always shot midway through the year, to the point that Comic-Con appearances only ever offered new cast or bonus material from the stars, but with Season 7 pushed later into 2017, this year’s attendees got a special treat. Preview the making of Game of Thrones Season 7 in a first official teaser!
It'll be a cold winter waiting for Game of Thrones Season 7 next summer, but that didn't stop the ever-expanding cast from assembling at Comic-Con 2016 to excite fans and tease what's ahead. Filming won't begin until later this year, but what major details did the major Game-players reveal from the assembled cast in San Diego? Our full panel report!
If you’re looking for something to fill the Game of Thrones-shaped void in your life, there are plenty of new viewing options coming to HBO NOW in August, including two Oscar-nominated dramas and the finale of The Night Of — which is as good a reminder as any to catch up on HBO’s latest acclaimed series. Next month also brings a solid lineup of great films, including The Aviator, Scarface and One Hour Photo, among others.
The collective groan heard across the planet as Game of Thrones confirmed a delay for Season 7 should have tipped us off to the size of its audience, but weeks after the Season 6 finale, we have some harder numbers. The HBO drama has officially surpassed 25 million viewers, thanks in part to streaming platforms like HBO GO and HBO NOW.
Just a scant few hours ago, Game of Thrones broke hearts with the news that a shorter Season 7 would indeed arrive later in 2017 than expected, but there’s good news yet. Not only has HBO confirmed an official Season 6 Blu-ray and DVD for November, you can check out the cover art and first features right now.
Now that the mystery of Game of Thrones Season 6 has come to an end, the final seasons remained an open question for HBO, between reports of truncated episode orders and delayed production. Now, we finally know that Season 7 will get underway this summer, aiming for a Summer 2017 premiere with seven episodes.
Game of Thrones bosses David Benioff and Dan Weiss haven’t followed up to confirm a potential 13 episodes between Seasons 7 and 8, let alone the later production date to accommodate winter weather, but we may yet have our first new clue. Reports suggest Game of Thrones Season 7 will shoot partly in Iceland in early 2017, but what does that mean for a start date?