Fans have been constantly badgering "Game of Thrones" author George R.R. Martin about when the next installment of his book series, "A Song of Fire and Ice," will be released.
The "Game of Thrones" and "Downton Abbey" veteran talks with SPINOFF about the challenges of horror, and remaining open to different genres and roles
"It's not what you did son. It's who you did it to." Keanu Reeves is back in badass mode in the first trailer for John Wick, the action thriller debuting at Fantastic Fest this month. "Game of Thrones" star Alfie Allen steps over his...Show More Summary
Game of Thrones may be best known for its surprise beheadings and near omnipresent nudity, but there’s much more to... The post 5 Life Lessons From Game Of Thrones appeared first on Lifehack.
I’m not the king of smoking, but if there was a weed Game of Thrones going on, I’d definitely be involved in some courtly intrigue.
Fans of Game of Thrones have to wait until April 2015 to see the next episodes. Whether those people have read the books or not, there’s still a certain anxiety about what will happen, how it will happen, and who it will happen to. In...Show More Summary
We were so excited when we heard the lovely Natalie Dormer was set to join the Hunger Games franchise as Cressida. In a recent interview, Natalie dished on what it was like to ditch her Game of Thrones garb for a kick-ass role in the Hunger Games. Natalie revealed: "There was a very fun energy on set. And it's long [...]
Look I’m not saying this Game of Thrones ‘throne’ is terrible. I’m honestly not. By most standards it’s pretty cool. But this NSW resident has chucked this piece of moulded scrap metal on Gumtree and is asking for $25,000 Australian dollars for this thing. Seriously? More »
The Auralnauts usually redubs the dialog from classic movies with hilarious results – in this case, they pulled a musicless music video with the ending of Star Wars: A New Hope. More fun here, here and here.
YouTube Link The Auralnauts strip the great score by John Williams and add their own sound effects to the Throne Room scene in Star Wars. Chewbacca's mating call of a human homicidal maniac sound actually made one of my dogs race into the room from the next, perhaps checking on my welfare. Via Tastefully Offensive.
Two artists have brought to life of some of the most beloved locales in the magical worlds of fantasy fiction. The exquisite
Read on for what this unique casting call could mean for the series' next season.
Congratulations! You have the correct reaction. You win! Yesterday, I covered YouTubers The Fine Bros' video of Maisie Williams (Arya Stark from Game of Thrones) and other teenagers reacting to an original Nintendo system from the 1980s. Show More Summary
In it's Season 2 finale, "Graceland" left fans with a cliffhanger that could put it among the ranks of "The Good Wife" or "Game of Thrones" when it comes to killing off main characters.In the final moments, lead FBI agent Mike Warren...Show More Summary
Many Internet users don’t pay for premium TV—but they’d gladly shell out a few extra bucks a month for Game of Thrones.
Winter is coming, and so is season five of Game of Thrones (eventually). If you’re not sure how to channel your inner Khaleesi in the meantime, how about picking up a little Dothraki? You’re no longer limited to fan-made YouTube videos now that Living Language has just announced a new in-depth course that takes learners into the fictional lingo of... Show More Summary
The New York-based Auralnauts (see previously) have created a funny video where the final “Throne Room” scene from Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope is stripped of all of its epic music by John Willams. The Auralnauts then dubbed over their quiet scene with a few silly voices, laughs, and noises. The original unedited […]
A pretty funny clip of the finale throne room scene in "Episode IV: A New Hope" but without John Williams's attention-starved score.
Natalie Dormer tries out a loose Katniss-inspired braid for her feature in the debut issue of Yahoo Style. Check out what the 32-year-old Game of Thrones and Hunger Games actress had to share: On shaving her head for The Hunger Games: “I had a kind of reconciled myself to it by the time it I [...]
Remember back in June when UNO NYC popped off their three year UNOversary and everyone was all prostrate at the throne of the great great pun, and I found myself wondering what those crazy New-York-based kids would think of next? Well,...Show More Summary