Our “Game of Thrones” run continues with Jack Gleeson as the hated King Jeoffery Baratheon… lets just say I greatly enjoyed the last episode.
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Honestly, last night’s episode, “The Lion and the Rose,” may have been one of the best things in television ever. The last 15 minutes were filled with so much suspense, emotion and intensity that I wasn’t even sure I was … More » The post “Game of Thrones” Shocks with Purple Wedding appeared first on EveryJoe.
(By Juan Cole) The Fall of the New Year Throne (To read this serialized sword and sorcery novel as it has unfolded before this installment, click here) Chapter Twelve 4. Spityura was…
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Joaquin Phoenix goes barefoot while exiting his karate class on Monday (April 14) in Los Angeles, Calif. Last month, the 39-year-old actor skipped out on the 2014 Oscars to attend a karate class while his young girlfriend Allie Teilz. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Joaquin Phoenix Game of Thrones star Jack Gleeson recently [...]
Yesterday was a tough day. I love comic book movies and Game Of Thrones, and had plans to spend my long-awaited holiday leave to catch up on the adventures in Westeros and the new Captain America movie. Yesterday I had both of these “spoiled” for me, either by my co-workers, commenters or the internet at large. Show More Summary
Game of Thrones, the most pirated show of 2013, started its fourth season two weeks ago and it’s already breaking records just two episodes in. TorrentFreak reports that “The Lion and the Rose,” the second of episode of the show’s fourth season, garnered the largest torrent swarm ever recorded on Sunday night. Show More Summary
Tyrion is in trouble, Daenerys declares war and Margaery totally isn't sorry about a major death as the fallout from Sunday's episode continues. read more
If you're one of those people who insists on being offended by Game of Thrones "spoilers" yet refuses to catch up on books that have been out for over a decade, you might want to take some notes. Read more...
Warning: Spoilers for "Game of Thrones" Season 4, episode 2 "The Lion and the Rose" are below. Unlike with the Red Wedding, "Game of Thrones" fans and cast members shouted "Good riddance!" at their television screens when the HBO series...Show More Summary
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The annual film salute, hosted by Conan O'Brien, drops by 1 million viewers -- while its Twitter mentions surge and outperform "Game of Thrones" by nearly 1,000 percent. read more
It's not just Ren Faire enthusiasts and Irish-American grandparents who want to vacation on the Emerald Isle anymore, and for that, you can thank Game of Thrones, which films partly outside Belfast. Suddenly the HBO drama is the hottest way to market Ireland as a destination—because doesn't Westeros seem like a darling getaway? Read more...
A luxury version of the 2015 Ford Transit by Galpin Auto Sports. It features four movable throne seats, a 52? movie screen, a Kaleidescape media server and more, with all amenities and functions controlled from an iOS app.
This week, Screen Junkies, the folks behind the reliably funny “Honest Trailers” for pop-culture juggernauts like Game of Thrones, Man of Steel, and Breaking Bad, to name a few, have tackled Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street,...Show More Summary
By CarlSorry if you don’t watch Game of Thrones on Sunday nights, you might not get the title reference. Suffice it to say, without giving a spoiler alert, that there’s vengeance and there’s payback.Vengeance is when someone who hasShow More Summary
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There was a time, two or three decades ago, when people could sit down and watch a TV show--watch it, enjoy it, appreciate it, be amused by it, perhaps even contemplate parts of it the next day--without resorting to superlatives like...Show More Summary