Last night, George R.R. Martin showed the documentary Free the Nipple at his movie theater the Jean Cocteau in New Mexico — and while we certainly had nothing to do with him contacting the filmmakers, procuring the film, and exhibiting it outright, we'd like to think that in some small way, we... More »
By now we are as well versed in Game Of Thrones beer as some are in the fantasy series itself, with Brewery Ommegang continuing to release new editions of tie-in beverages at a rate that has surely left George R.R. Martin jealous, wondering why he can’t just write beers instead of books. Show More Summary
When people on the Internet write about Game of Thrones, they have to mark themselves: either they’re someone who has read George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire or someone who hasn’t. We split our coverage of the show into “Experts”...Show More Summary
We here at The Mary Sue are anxiously awaiting the arrival of George R.R. Martin's "Sand Snakes" to Season 5 of HBO's Game of Thrones. They're super-interesting warriors and while we know they've had to make a few changes for the show, we're hopeful (boob armor and all) they'll be awesome on screen. Show More Summary
Between writing his "Game of Thrones" books, working on the HBO show and killing all your favorite characters, George R. R. Martin doesn't have a lot of me time... until now. The author finally solves his time management problem by going the "Multiplicity" route in this Humordy parody. Show More Summary
"Adorable" is not an adjective often used when describing HBO's Game of Thrones; nor can it be used in reference to George R. R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series. Powered by LittleBigPlanet 3, however, the show's theme does have a certain charm...
Obligatory Mild-Spoiler Warning Inneresting. If you've ever been around a water cooler, then you know how rabidly obsessed Game of Thrones' fans are. Well, being the dedicated readers/watchers they are, many of GoT's followers have been speculating on the true identity of a character who hasn't made it onto the HBO series; Coldhands. The book in question, A [...]
George R.R. Martin, author of the popular fantasy series Game of Thrones, debunked a fan theory so popular even his own editor believed it to be true. And he did it with a simple “NO” written in red on his most current manuscript. The manuscript is that of the fifth and newest title of Martin’s Author George R.R. Show More Summary
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This piece contains spoilers about "Game of Thrones." Complete shock is coming. People of the realm, prepare yourselves, because an incredibly popular "Game of Thrones" fan theory was shot down by author George R. R. Martin. If you're a fan of that one big theory, you can relax. Show More Summary
For years, A Song of Ice and Fire fans have argued over the true nature of Coldhands, a mysterious, vaguely undead character who assists Bran Stark in his journey north of the Wall. Is he, as many argue, actually Bran's long-vanished uncle Benjen in disguise? Now, thanks to one intrepid Redditor, we... More »
A book needs stars as a sword needs a whetstone, if it is to keep its edge. George R.R. Martin doesn't have a problem getting people to talk about the Song of Ice and Fire books, but that doesn't mean everyone is a fan. Many Amazon users...Show More Summary
I hate to be the one to break this to you, but I just got wind of the fact that George R.R. Martin has destroyed one of your favorite Game of Thrones fan theories. More » George R.R. Martin Just Destroyed One Of Your Favorite Game Of Thrones Theories, FYI is a post from Crushable - Entertainment, Hot Guys, Movies and Celebrity News.
Thanks to the generosity of the folks at Tor Books, I have three copies of Wild Cards IV: Aces Abroad, edited by George R. R. Martin and Melinda M. Snodgrass, for you to win! For more info about this title: Canada, USA, Europe.Here's...Show More Summary
Despite Neil Gaiman’s mantra that “George R.R. Martin is not your bitch,” fans continue to clamor for new material from the prolific writer. In between his other side projects, working on the hugely successful Game Of Thrones TV show,...Show More Summary
“Multiplicity 2: Game of Clones” is a fantastic movie trailer-style parody of Multiplicity and Game of Thrones directed by David Ward of Humordy. It features George R. R. Martin (Sam Eidson) and his out of control need to clone himself to continue writing the A Song of Ice and Fire fantasy novels and Game of […]
There are plenty of theories related to the Game of Thrones universe, and if there?s one thing we know about George R.R. Martin, the author of the Song of Ice and Fire series, it?s that he loves shooting down fan theories. Here's the latest theory the man has shot down. Click To Continue Reading
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Winter is cloning.
“A Song of Ice and Fire” books are long, they’re laboriously detailed, and if George R. R. Martin dies before the series is finished, it will be the greatest tragedy of modern fantasy storytelling. It is known. In fact, it’s so widely...Show More Summary