1. Jon Hamm mounted the stage to finally accept his Emmy like this 2. Host Andy Samberg gave out his HBO Now password to millions and millions of people 3. George R.R. Martin was...
The Spider, Reek and a brother of the Night's Watch walk onto a red carpet... no, it's not George R.R. Martin's fever dream, it's just the 2015 Emmys The cast of Game of Thrones kept it real during Sunday's red carpet by hugging, chatting...Show More Summary
With a smashing of the genre barrier tonight, the HBO blockbuster based on George R.R. Martin’s novels has taken the TV crown. Game Of Thrones won the Emmy for Outstanding Drama Series. This is the fourth consecutive year GOT has been...Show More Summary
The HBO drama based on George R. R. Martin’s books just made some history at the 67th Primetime Emmy Awards. With its win for David Nutter in the Best Directing Drama category, Game Of Thrones has won 10 Emmys this year – the most any series has won in a single year. Show More Summary
When George R. R. Martin wrote his famous book “The Song of Ice and Fire” which received a worldwide acclaim under the adaptation of Game of Thrones, little did the writer know that Hungarian government will take ideas from it to deal with the migrant’s crisis.
Take a look at "Game of Thrones" author George R.R. Martin's career, and you'll find lessons that go beyond mere entertainment and apply as practical marketing advice. Read the full article at MarketingProfs
Nothing will stop George R.R. Martin from completing his Game of Thrones novels. But the author and fantasy/science fiction icon will show up in the eighth epsiode of Syfy's series 'Z Nation,' which returns to TV tonight, Friday September 11, at 10 p.m. Show More Summary
Not even death will stop him from finishing his next book! News by Raine Winters Image by Daniel Sawyer Schaefer via Entertainment Weekly George R.R. Martin has been in the media a lot lately, particularly for the lengthy amount of time he’s taking to finish the latest book in the Song of Ice and Fire series. Show More Summary
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The wait may be interminable, but George R.R. Martin wants you to know that nothing will ever stop him from finishing the Song of Ice and Fire — the book series that forms the basis of Game of Thrones Not even his own death. The author...Show More Summary
For fans of George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Fire and Ice book series, have no fear if the zombie apocalypse hits — the books will be published regardless! Well, that is the scenario that occurs in SyFy’s Z Nation anyway. Entertainment Weekly has confirmed that George R.R. Show More Summary
This will be the second pop culture cameo for author George R.R. Martin, as he also popped into Sharknado 3 for a few seconds to get eaten by a shark inside of a movie theater. Now if only we could see him join the cast of Game of Thrones.Click To Continue Reading
Whenever George R.R. Martin does anything that isn’t releasing the next A Song of Ice and Fire novel, some (typically crass) people tend to cry “he’ll be dead before he finishes!” But apparently Syfy’s Z Nation is going to show that not even a little thing like zombification can stop Martin from writing. Wait, what? Read more...
“Winter is coming” are the famous words of House Stark, a grim reminder of what awaits an unsuspecting Westeros. They’ve also probably become a regular catchphrase for A Song Of Ice And Fire’s author, George R.R. Martin. As in, “Yes,...Show More Summary
The "Game of Thrones" author will appear as an undead version of himself in the upcoming second season of the post-apocalyptic drama.
A Spanish publisher has given up new details about when The Winds of Winter, George R.R. Martin's next book, will be on bookshelves.
The Winds of Winter is not coming out in 2015, but could it possibly be coming in 2016? George R.R. Martin has stated that he wants to have the next book in his Song of Ice and Fire saga out before the premiere of Game of Thrones' sixth season, and now,... More »
Creating an epic, sprawling fantasy series like A Song of Ice and Fire seems like an author’s life’s work, but it’s certainly not the only thing George R.R. Martin has achieved. His short stories and novels were taking us to amazing worlds long before we visited Westeros. Here are some of his best non-Game of Thrones works. Read more...