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Game of Thrones All Men Must Die Ladies’ Long-Sleeve T-Shirt

Add an iconic image from Game of Thrones to your wardrobe with the Game of Thrones All Men Must Die Ladies’ Long-Sleeve T-Shirt. All men must die, or Valar Morghulis as they say in Westeros when speaking High Valyrian. The somewhat ominous-sounding statement is a simple fact of life but it does sound like a […]

Natalie Dormer of “GoT” To Star in “Patient Zero”

The beautiful Natalie Dormer, known for playing Margaery Tyrell on Game of Thrones, has just been confirmed to star in Patient Zero, which, admittedly, sounds like World War Z meets 28 Days Later. That being said, I love those types of movies, so I’ll be there! According to Deadline: Patient Zero focuses on an unprecedented global […]

To New York!

17 hours agoGenres / Fantasy : The Wertzone

Next week I'll be in New York City for the NYC Comic-Con, where, courtesy of Wikia, I'll be on the only Game of Thrones panel at the event (Friday 1.30-2.30, Empire Stage 1-E). I'll be joined by actors Kristian Nairn (Hodor) and Natalia Tena (Osha) to talk about the show, the upcoming fifth season and more. Show More Summary

Newswire: Game Of Thrones’ Melisandre will play Leni Riefenstahl in a Jesse Owens biopic

Actress Carice van Houten, best known in the U.S. for her role as enigmatic fire priestess Melisandre on HBO’s Game Of Thrones, has been cast as controversial German filmmaker Leni Riefenstahl in an upcoming Jesse Owens biopic. Race,...Show More Summary

A Lovely Western-Style Cover of the ‘Game of Thrones’ Theme Song

20 hours agoOdd : Laughing Squid

Benedikt Mendzigal and Daniel Brauner of BenDan Productions did a lovely western-style cover version of the theme song for the HBO series Game of Thrones (see previously). via Mashable

Game of Thrones, The Wire, and the New York Fed

By James Kwak I wrote a column that went up this morning at The Atlantic about the ProPublica/This American Life story about the New York Fed. The gist of the argument is that we all knew the New York Fed … Continue reading ?

Is Game of Thrones Finally Filming a Long-Awaited Scene From the Books?

22 hours agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

More video from the Batman v. Superman set shows that something that brings the GCPD out in force. New TV spots for Interstellar provide more details on the film's space travel. Plus major hints for Walking Dead, Once Upon a Time, Person of Interest and Gotham. Spoilers now! Read more...

Statistician Uses Math To Predict Who Dies In ‘Game of Thrones

yesterdayOdd : Nerd Bastards

Game of Thrones has long made fans understand that no character is safe. George R. R. Martin seemingly kills any character which he sees, doing away with what’s expected and instead putting the characters through a meat grinder as we make our way to the eventual conclusion of the tale. There’s always lots of speculation about […]

Statistician Creates Model To Predict What's Next In Game Of Thrones

yesterdayGenres / Sci Fi : io9

Call it the ultimate spoiler: Richard Vale, a lecturer in the Statistics Department at the University of Canterbury, has developed a mathematical model to predict the fates of the characters in the next two Game of Thrones novels. Read more...

Jon Hamm, 'Game of Thrones' Oona Chaplin join U.K. 'Black Mirror' Christmas special

"Mad Men" star Jon Hamm's next TV role will be... not in the United States.Hamm will star with Oona Chaplin ("Game of Thrones," "The Hour") and Rafe Spall ("Prometheus") in a feature-length "Black Mirror" special set to air on Channel 4 in the U.K. Show More Summary

Mathematician tries to predict the next two 'Game of Thrones' books

Tired of waiting for George R. R. Martin to finish the next book in the Song of Ice and Fire series? So is the University of Canterbury's Richard Vale: he's created a statistical model based on the series' previous tomes to predict what might be in...

Great Job, Internet!: Ser Pounce wins Game Of Thrones, as shown in this photoshopped picture

Ser Pounce is Game Of Thrones’ most adorable character (suck it, baby direwolves), and his importance to the plot is irrefutable: In A Feast For Crows (the book, not whatever TV season that translates too), Ser Pounce’s beloved stuffed mouse is taken by another kitten, Lady Whiskers. Show More Summary

Game of Thrones Intro + Old Man Eating Soup = Game of Soup [Video]

That’s it, I want soup now… and I want the Game of Thrones theme to play in the background each time I have a bowl of soup from now on. [Lexavian | Via Neatorama]

A ‘Game Of Thrones’ Fan Photoshopped Ser Pounce Onto The Iron Throne. This Is Important.


19 More Game of Thrones Actors in and Out of Costume

When they're not scowling, wearing old-timey garb, and covered in oil and/or dirt, the cast members of Game of Thrones look like normal, shiny, happy actors. We've shown you many of the show's biggest stars out of their costumes before, but Game of Thrones is an expansive universe, and people... More »

The Mountain: Killer Game of Thrones Fan Art

yesterdayOdd : Neatorama

Image Credit: Marvin del Mondo Though I will refrain from mentioning what makes the Mountain character from Game of Thrones so important (in case people are still catching up on books or last season), but it is safe to say he is one of the more intimidating characters ever put into a universe like this. Show More Summary

‘The Simpsons’ kills off character in season premiere

It’s not exactly “Game of Thrones,” but the Simpsons added to its 26-season body-count by offing a long-running character in Sunday night’s season premiere.

While You Were Sleeping

The Game Of Thrones Opening Is Much Better With A Man Eating Soup Okay. The Slapstick Fighting Game That Took Over An Entire Festival Very cool story. I Can’t Get Enough Of This Sexy Sci-Fi Spy Thriller I really want to play this. Comparison: The Wii U Gets The ‘Definitive Version’ Bayonetta I would play Bayonetta a second time. Show More Summary

David Bradley on The Strain, Game of Thrones, and the Unexpected Fallout From the Red Wedding

How you recognize the British character actor David Bradley might depend on your age and interests. You might know him as Argus Filch from the Harry Potter movies. Or you might remember him as volatile Walder Frey on Game of Thrones. Currently, he can be seen playing Holocaust survivor turned vampire hunter Abe... More »

Thanks To ‘Game Of Thrones,’ This Old Man Eating Tomato Soup Is The Most Epic Thing You’ll See Today


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