Words are wind, unless you’re George R.R. Martin. He wrote on his blog that he will not be writing an episode for season six of Game Of Thrones in order to focus on the next installment of his Song Of Ice And Fire series, The Winds Of Winter. Show More Summary
'The Smurfs' cartoon has really changed since George R.R. Martin came onboard as a creative consultant. Something something Blue Wedding something. Did the world need a Game of Thrones/Smurfs mash-up parody? I don't know. Is society better for now having it? I suspect not. Show More Summary
Warning: For this list is dark and full of spoilers. There are few shows that damage your psyche quite like Game of Thrones and Walking Dead. The two will rip your heart out and leave you addicted. Fortunately for the human heart, these shows align perfectly in air time. Show More Summary
Season five of what is arguably the most popular television show going, Game of Thrones, hits our screens on April 12th. To commemorate the return of the beloved George R.R. Martin adaptation, TalkSPORT have picked out of the best footballer lookalikes for characters in the show. Hard to argue with Pablo Osvaldo being Khal Drogo. […]
Warning: this story is both about spoilers and contains spoilers. Read with caution. There are a lot of things that Game of Thrones author George R. R. Martin doesn't get about our modern tech-driven entertainment culture. In fact, he...Show More Summary
Game of Thrones fans who are growing ever-impatient awaiting the next book in the Song of Ice and Fire book series, The Winds of Winter, may not believe this assertion, but it seems that author, George R.R. Martin may be too busy writing to work on anything else, including the HBO series. Click To Continue Reading
How alien comedy Home became a box office success - Moviefone The Breakfast Club cast reveals little known facts - HuffPost Entertainment George R.R. Martin is sitting out the next season of Game of Thrones - Vulture Definitive proof...Show More Summary
As the April 12, 2015 premiere of the fifth season of Game of Thrones approaches, George R.R. Martin is taking to YouTube to remind viewers of how the show’s complicated caste system actually works — and to suggest the vital role bastards will play in the upcoming season....
In the midst of discouraging news author George R.R. Martin's sixth book may be released well beyond the time period expected by fans, rumors have emerged HBO's "Game of Thrones" may bypass the books it is based on.
George R.R. Martin revealed on his blog this weekend that he won't be contributing to Game of Thrones's sixth season on HBO. "Writing a season six script would cost me a month's work on Winds [of Winter], and maybe as much as six weeks, and I cannot afford that," he... More »
"Game of Thrones" fans get a treat each season when author George R.R. Martin pens an episode, but now they'll have to face back-to-back disappointments. The author of the book series A Song of Ice and Fire already announced that he wouldn't be writing an episode for the upcoming fifth season of the HBO series. Show More Summary
'Game of Thrones' creator George R.R. Martin claims writing an episode for the show would take a month away from finishing his books. [...]
George R.R. Martin continues to streamline his obligations in order to focus on finishing “The Winds of Winter,” the next anticipated book in “A Song of Ice and Fire.”
A new statistical analysis has emerged projecting when George R.R. Martin is likely to complete his sixth book "The Winds of Winter" in his "A Song of Fire and Ice" fantasy epic.
Here’s an awesome clip from a German show featuring George R.R. Martin nerding out with Sibel Kekilli (Shae) in his hometown of Santa Fe, New Mexico. If you don’t understand German, don’t worry, the whole thing is about 99% in English. Show More Summary
It?s always interesting when two fandoms collide. This week, George R.R. Martin, who is notable for writing the A Song of Ice and Fire books as well as tirelessly promoting HBO?s Game of Thrones, put together some interesting advice for The Walking Dead. Click To Continue Reading
You know nothing, Rick Grimes.
Given the amount of carnage on The Walking Dead, it’s probably not surprising that Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin is a big fan. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Martin revealed an (obvious?) way to survive a zombie apocalypse: “Castles!” the author told EW. Show More Summary
Redditor wallacemk decided to give his rabbit, Wallace, a feast fit for a king of Westeros, building an Iron Throne entirely out of carrots. While the throne in George R.R. Martin's epic was forged from the swords of thousands of a king's...Show More Summary
When you play Rani Mahal, you win or you die. I think. Actually, all I really know that "Rani Mahal" is the title of an upcoming Indian TV drama which is reportedly inspired by and an adaptation of George R.R. Martin's Game of Thrones. Read more...