The Game of Thrones season finale delivered another dagger between the ribs to fans of the HBO mega-hit series based on George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire novels. As Kit Harington’s unfocused gaze faded, blood pooling beneath...Show More Summary
Winter hasn’t arrived yet on Game of Thrones, but there’s still a bit of “winter of our discontent” going on. Season five veered way off George R.R. Martin’s road, with shall we say mixed results. Here’s how to get Thrones back on its game. Read more...
George R.R. Martin: “I’ll Get To Writ... George R.R. Martin recently announced that he won't write the script for one of the episodes of the sixth season of the HBO television series Game Of Thrones based on his books, but will instead...Show More Summary
With Season 5 of Game of Thrones now officially over, many are wondering what’s in store for the series as it moves forward into season 6. While George R.R. Martin’s upcoming book, The Winds of Winter, still has not been released, it’s anyone’s guess where the show will decide to take the characters. Show More Summary
George R.R. Martin is not entirely pleased with his Game of Thrones book series, which is surprising to some fans. After all, the books helped launched the successful HBO show of the same name. Fans have been dedicated to the fantasy series each week, giving HBO the big boost it needed. Show More Summary
Winter is coming, and the George R.R. Martin Deluxe Talking Plush is the perfect thing to hold on to while you watch the snow fall. Too soon? Yes, the shock of the Red Wedding has been topped and I’m sure more death and destruction is on the way, but now GRRM can keep you company […]
Whether you're a huge Game of Thrones fan or just know the show by reputation, you almost certainly recognize that George R.R. Martin doesn't have any problem killing off his main characters. Without spoiling anything from the finale of the most recent season, it's safe to say that this reputation for death is well earned. Show More Summary
Headey and George R. R. Martin discuss Cersei's long walk.
This is old news, or as we say around the office, "from the Stranger archives," but someone just came by my office and reminded me of the time Lindy West wrote about George R. R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series, and then I started reading it again and shot club soda through my nose. Show More Summary
Chuck Blazer agreed to go undercover at Fifa to avoid potential 75-year sentence http://t.co/UL44LPcu6c — Lauren Gambino (@LGamGam) June 15, 2015 There’s a George R.R. Martin joke in there somewhere, but I don’t know either Game of Thrones or soccer well enough to make it. Apart from rich veins of snark (helloooo, newly-declared GOP [Read more...]
Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin is currently developing three new television series with HBO and Cinemax. Martin revealed the news on his blog, though he didn’t go into too much detail. Check it out: Life is impossibly busy right now. Show More Summary
Hopefully by now you’ve caught up on Game of Thrones and saw the devastating fifth season finale that had quite a bit of death in it. We won’t post any spoilers here just in case you haven’t had the time to catch up, but suffice it to say that there are plenty of fans, even […] The post Take Your ‘Game of Thrones’ Rage Out on This George R.R. Show More Summary
Not too long ago, George R.R. Martin was known among literary fans as the man who takes a long time finishing books, resulting in years of waiting for a sequel. His most famous work, known collectively as the Song of Fire … More » The post George R.R. Martin Working on Three More Shows appeared first on EveryJoe.
You can meet George R.R. Martin if you want.
Don't miss the #GameofThrones themed festivities on August 8 for "Meet @GRRMspeaking Night"! http://t.co/EQ4YxEejiq pic.twitter.com/fWjI45mLhL — StatenIslandYankees (@SIYanks) June 15, 2015 Minor League Baseball teams continue to try...Show More Summary
When George R.R. Martin wrote the quote "All men must die," we didn't think he actually meant it. Game of Thrones fans were expecting a bloodbath for Sunday night's season finale, but they collectively lost their minds when the final...Show More Summary
HBO’s Game of Thrones has now caught up with the George R.R. Martin novels upon which they’re based—and in some cases surpassed its plot. Now that the fifth season is over, what got left out—and what storylines did the show spoil for...Show More Summary
[WARNING: The following contains spoilers from Game of Thrones' first five seasons. Read at your own risk!] Even before Game of Thrones aired its first episode, the existing fan base created by author George R.R. Martin's books felt an excitement beyond the promise of finally seeing their favorite... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Game of Thrones
#GameofThrones pic.twitter.com/yuyT9IszA1 — ClotureClub.com (@ClotureClub) June 15, 2015 Hear there was some pretty intense action. If only George R.R. Martin were in charge of the RNC… This space reserved for your ad.
You think Game of Thrones is taking liberties with George R.R. Martin’s books? That’s nothing. All too often, when people adapt books for television, they basically treat the source material as a series of suggestions. Here are the 10 science fiction and fantasy shows that veered farthest from their book origins. Read more...