A "Game of Thrones" prequel could be in the works, according to series creator George R. R. Martin, who told IGN there are talks of turning his "Tales of Dunk and Egg" novellas – which also take place in Westeros, but 100 years before the events of Game …
The best-selling Game Of Thones book series has became a smash hit HBO show, thanks to great adaptation Usually as show runner, David Benioff is rewriting author George R. R. Martin, but this time it's George doing the correcting! David mistakenly said viewers could see the writer onscreen this season, but George says it's not gonna [...]
Perhaps the second screen experience for HBO megahit show A Game of Thrones provided through Xbox 360's SmartGlass functionality and HBO Go's iPad app isn't enough for you? And maybe you want a bit more of a George R. R. Martin touch...Show More Summary
If you’re a fan of George R. R. Martin’s hit book series and accompanying TV show Game of Thrones, then you’ll want to download the official companion app. After coming to the iOS App Store last year, an Android version has been released just in time for the premiere of season 3 on HBO March 31st. [...]Show More Summary
George R.R. Martin revealed in an interview that there’s been some talk with HBO about a prequel to the successful fantasy series, to be based on some of his stories. News by Dean Fetzer Seen the first two series of Game of Thrones? Well, with the third series almost out, author George R.R. Show More Summary
Doing press rounds this week, George R.R. Martin mentioned that he and HBO have discussed the possibility of a Game of Thrones prequel set 100 years earlier, based on Martin’s Dunk and Egg short stories. As Martin told IGN (via I09): Well,...Show More Summary
George R. R. Martin will probably have a cameo on Season 4 of Game of Thrones. Join us as we speculate wildly on what role he could fill.
It's great to be George R.R. Martin. The author of the 'Song of Ice and Fire' Series — the basis for HBO's Game of Thrones — could be found at the show's West Coast premieres this week holding court, reveling in the popularity of his books and the international success of the show, which returns to U.S. Show More Summary
‘Game of Thrones’: George R.R. Martin and HBO considering prequel series via Rickey.org George R.R. Martin and HBO are considering developing a prequel to their hit series Game of Thrones. The Voice • American Idol • The X Factor
Speaking at a the US premiere of Game Of Thrones, author George R R Martin has revealed he’s no great fan of piracy, but that he understands why so many Australians pirate Game Of Thrones. He’s also not a big video game player, but that’s for slightly different reasons. More »
Fans of HBO’s Game Of Thrones and the George R.R. Martin “A Song Of Fire And Ice” series on which they’re based are acutely aware of the fact that the TV show is catching up to Martin’s books at a rate quite possibly much faster than he can write new ones. Show More Summary
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George R.R. Martin revealed that HBO is considering make a "Game of Thrones" prequel series about his Dunk and Egg novellas set in Westeros.
While HBO wonders what the hell they're going to do if (or when, more likely) their hit show catches up to the books, the network is already thinking about more Game of Thrones TV — author George R. R. Martin says the network is considering a prequel series, possibly based on his Dunk and Egg short stories, which are set 90 years earlier. Read more...
Game of Thrones creator George R. R. Martin told Wired that his potential cameo on the HBO show would occur not in Season 3, but rather in Season 4.
HBO's hit show Game of Thrones thrives on social media. But you can't say the same of George R.R. Martin, its original author. A George R.R. Martin Twitter account, for instance, has almost 50,000 followers -- but no updates at all. (FYI, it's not a Twitter-verified account. Show More Summary
For all the hype and buzz Game of Thrones gets, it’s a little surprising to realize how little of our time we spend actually watching the show. Each season consists of a measly ten one-hour episodes, aired over ten weeks. And while those individual installments are jam-packed with drama and action, that still leaves 42 [...]
Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin gave fans of his A Song of Ice and Fire novel series a few hints about what they can expect from his next book, and the next season of the critically acclaimed HBO series based on them. Martin appeared at a Game of Thrones panel on March 19 [...] Game Of Thrones: Expect ‘Blood And Fire’ In Next Book [Video] is a post from: The Inquisitr
Winter might be coming, but we got George R.R. Martin to sit in our red-hot interview chairs.
Bay Area digerati, like Instagram co-founder Mike Krieger, partied alongside “A Game of Thrones” author George R.R. Martin and “Game of Thrones” stars Kit Harington, Rose Leslie and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau Wednesday night. Inside the gathering.