As opposed to the show, this Stark/Lannister conflict is all non-violent and for charity! Related Stories Like 'Game of Thrones' but too lazy to read the books? There's an app for that George R.R. Martin got a taste of his own medicine in 'Sharknado 3' Luke Bryan just cut an amazing virtual karaoke duet with Jason DeRulo
I have a copy of Robin Hobb's Fool's Quest up for grabs, compliments of the folks at Del Rey. For more info about this title: Canada, USA, Europe.Here's the blurb:Ranking alongside George R. R. Martin as a groundbreaking master of fantasy,...Show More Summary
Bills RB Boobie Dixon is out with a significant calf injury. Just what the Dolphins need: An injury to G Dallas Thomas. Patriots QB Tom Brady thinks he’s got seven or eight more years left. Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin was at Jets camp yesterday. Ravens WR Kamar Aiken continues to shine in…
That might just sound like the subjective ramblings of someone who’s into blood, guts, quality drama and gratuitous nudity. But economic theory suggests that an inefficiently low number of people are enjoying George R.R. Martin’s fantasy epic, along with other cultural gems such as Wolf Hall, Mad Men, and Keeping Up With The Kardashians. The […]
George R.R. Martin poses with a BIG @GameOfThrones fan. #JetsCamp pic.twitter.com/ON9757gUBP — New York Jets (@nyjets) August 5, (...)
How do you get George R.R. Martin to show up at your minor league baseball game? Listen, I’m no expert, but changing the team name to the Direwolves is definitely a step in the right direction. Particularly if your team is a Yankees affiliate, since Martin, the author of the “A Song of Ice and […]
Avid fans of "Game of Thrones" are on the constant lookout for details regarding the release date of the highly anticipated sixth novel in George R.R. Martin's "A Song of Ice and Fire" book series, "Winds of Winter."
Game of Thrones, based on George R.R. Martin’s Song of Ice and Fire book series, has captivated audiences for five seasons now, with a sixth already in production. The show might be set in a fantasy kingdom reminiscent of our own medieval period, but that doesn’t mean it can’t offer some invaluable lessons for designers. […]
Keep the people and places of Westeros straight—without having to read all of George R.R. Martin's series.
The author will appear at the team's game on Aug. 8.
Hey, why isn’t Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin on Twitter? Because he’s already killed all 140 characters, that’s why! Ah-ha, that’s my favorite internet joke. But seriously, Martin has never been shy about letting his opinions be known, and he recently took to his blog to wax poetic about his displeasure with the current crop […]
George R. R. Martin is a self-proclaimed “old — VERY old — Marvel fanboy," and was even once a member of the Merry Marvel Marching Society. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
George R.R. Martin wants to see superheroes and villains with wildly different powers go after each other in the Marvel movies.
George R. R. Martin is a self-proclaimed “old — VERY old — Marvel fanboy," and was even once a member of the Merry Marvel Marching Society. In a recent blog post, the Song of Fire and Ice / Game of Thrones scribe elucidates on his Marvel affinity, particularly his fondness... More »
George R.R. Martin really liked "Ant-Man", but in the author's opinion, the film had one big problem that it shares with almost all of the Marvel movies: The villain. Martin took to his LiveJournal to post about the movie: " I am tired of this Marvel movie trope where the bad guy has the same powers as the hero. Show More Summary
George R.R. Martin, the author of the A Song of Ice and Fire books that A Game of Thrones is based on, has written up an interesting review of Marvel’s newest hit movie Ant-Man. While Martin “loved it” overall, he did point out something that he finds a little troubling in most Marvel movies he sees: Namely, the villains. Show More Summary
George R.R. Martin, the mastermind behind the "A Song of Ice and Fire" books that fuel "Game of Thrones," is known for gruesomely killing off characters. In "Sharknado 3," it was his turn to suffer.
Last night marked the latest entry into Syfy's Sharknado franchise (calmly titled Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!), and was jam crammed full of glorious shark-incurred deaths... including Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin, who had a short-lived cameo in the flick before, well, you know. Show More Summary
Martin recounted his history with the character and praised the movie as one of his favorite MCU films, despite a weak villain and the lack of Wasp.