Does this bearded face make my butt look big? That’s what you’ll be asking when you slip into these GRRM Leggings, bringing author George R.R. Martin closer than you ever imagined. Next time you’re kicking back reading A Song of Ice and Fire or watching Game of Thrones, you might want to wear these leggings. […]
That girl is dangerous! Sophie Turner made a stunning entrance at the Met Gala's red carpet in NYC — and her looks can kill more than George R.R. Martin does to his Game of Thrones characters! The actress wore a shimmering silver sheath dress with a gorgeous v-neck cut that gave quite the sexy vibes! The X-Men: Apocalypse [...]
It seems oddly fitting that the author behind Game of Thrones, George R.R. Martin, would be a fan of a band like the Grateful Dead. Martin loves to make things dead and, like the Grateful Dead, everything he does takes about 800 hours...Show More Summary
"I'm certainly a fan of the Grateful Dead," Martin said. read more
Melees and massacres make the season's fourth episode its bloodiest. We break down the body count and tally up the final score. This "Game of Thrones" discussion is written by someone who has read George R.R. Martin's books, but will...Show More Summary
"Game of Thrones" introduced the Sand Snakes, three characters viewers have been hearing a lot about, in Sunday's (May 3) episode. The bastard daughters of Oberyn Martell are fan-favorites from George R.R. Martin's novels, and theirShow More Summary
"Game of Thrones" is finally breaking away from George R.R. Martin's books with the new direction of Sansa's plot and the (possible) deaths of two characters. But Sunday night's episode "Sons of the Harpy" was scattered with a subtle...Show More Summary
Post by Jill Baughman. Though it's not 100% confirmed, it looks like George R. R. Martin was right when he said that characters on the TV series will die... even if he hasn't killed them off in the books! Last night on Game of Thrones...Show More Summary
This Game Of Thrones review is written for those who have read George R.R. Martin’s A Song Of Ice And Fire. It will not explicitly spoil events from those books that have not yet been adapted into the series, but it will occasionally refer to future events more broadly in the interest of exploring the process of adapting them into a series. Show More Summary
The most recent episode of Game of Thrones included a big change from the source material books written by George R.R. Martin. The fact that the show is making major changes and running out of source material makes the show unlike almost any other book adaptation. Show More Summary
The most recent episode of 'Thrones' included a big change from the source material books written by George R.R. Martin. The fact that the show is making major changes and running out of source material makes the show unlike almost any other book adaptation.
It has been confirmed by HBO that her sister’s role will diverge considerably from George R.R. Martin’s books the series is based on, but will Arya Stark’s role alter that much? Fans of Arya Stark found the exile finally away from the...Show More Summary
With David Benioff and Dan Weiss feeling free to veer wildly from George R. R. Martin's Song of Ice and Fire series, non-book readers will soon find themselves on equal ground, and that's gotta feel good. Honestly, while it's cool.....
"Game of Thrones" hasn't yet surpassed the novels on which it is based, George R.R. Martin's "A Song of Ice and Fire" series, but in Season 5 it has largely struck out on its own path.Major characters' storylines are deviating in significant...Show More Summary
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Change is coming to "Game of Thrones" this season as the show's third episode, "High Sparrow" featured some stunning developments in the show, and one particular storyline appeared to swerve from George R.R. Martin's books.
The makers of Game Of Thrones have tried to stay as faithful to George R. R. Martin's books as possible, but some changes simply must be made when a book is translated into a visual medium. Characters are often changed to make them,Show More Summary
When I think of George R. R. Martin, author, hero, giver to us of Game of Thrones and thus responsible for your pervy comments about Natalie Dormer, I think "what a genius. I would like to wear his beard fluff...
"Game of Thrones" is known for not completely following George R.R. Martin's books, but Sunday night's episode, "The High Sparrow," took some big liberties with one major character. (Spoiler alert for the episode and books.) Before we get into the show's major twist, let's recap what happens in the books. Show More Summary
As HBO’s “Game of Thrones” strays from George R.R. Martin’s original books, I find myself reminded of the ending of Quentin Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds. Spoiler for the ending of Inglourious Basterds : the titular team of Jewish-American...Show More Summary