With the completion of Season 4 of HBO’s Game of Thrones, Ivan and Red dig back into the Boars, Gore, And Swords book club, where they cover the chapters of George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series that correspond to the previous television season. No book spoilers past the TV show! Read the rest
Well, Game of Thrones fans, looks like the fate of your favorites is on the line! George R.R. Martin is crushing hopes and dreams AGAIN! The author of the A Song Of Ice and Fire series has revealed that at the point he is in writing his books, everyone's life is on the line. And [...]
Warning: This Article Hints At Some Spoilers Game of Thrones fans, beware: author George R.R. Martin is about to kill more of your favorite characters, according to Variety. As fans of the acclaimed HBO series, and the original book series (officially known as A Song Of Ice And Fire), know all too well, no character
When "Game of Thrones" made its big Season 5 casting announcement at San Diego Comic-Con, noticeably absent were any of the new Iron Islands characters introduced in George R.R. Martin's novel "A Feast For Crows," which Season 5 is partially...Show More Summary
It?s safe to say that fans are interested in Game of Thrones news, whether it be about HBO?s hit series or the Song of Ice and Fire books written by George R. R. Martin. I wish we could finally tell you that the long-awaited Winds of Winter book is being prepped to hit shelves, but that would be a lie. Show More Summary
Post by Jill Baughman. Game of Thrones fans are going through some serious withdrawal lately. Like the bad, shaky, hallucination-inducing kind. There is no more season 4. There are no new A Song of Ice and Fire books to read. And then we get this news during the "offseason" that author George R. Show More Summary
Game of Thrones genius George R.R. Martin appeared at an event in London this week alongside fellow fantasy author Robin Hobb and dropped some very telling hints about his next book. The Winds of Winter is his sixth book in the series A Song of Ice and Fire, which doesn't yet have a release date. Show More Summary
George R.R. Martin, author of A Song of Ice and Fire, is teasing future deaths in the new novels. Is a Game of Thrones bloodbath coming? The post George R.R. Martin Teases More ‘Game of Thrones’ Deaths in New Novels appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News, Videos, Recaps, Results, Spoilers.
In case you've been aching to know what is going to happen to your favorite Game of Thrones characters as the Song of Ice and Fire book series approaches its end, author George R.R. Martin gave fans a hint this week when he told a London audience about the "flexibility" the final chapters will allow him.
Some people like to suck the tension out of a dramatic movie/TV show/whatever by offering up a classic argument that goes a little something like this: “Well, they can’t kill So-And-So. He’s the main character.” While annoying in its unwillingness to suspend disbelief, it’s a solid point. Show More Summary
Wonder if he takes requests?
EarlierthisweekGeorgeR.R.MartinjoinedfellowfantasyauthorRobinHobbforawide-rangingdiscussion abouttheircraftinfrontofaliveaudience.Theycoveredeverythingfromtheirprocess,totheirstartsinthegenre,toadvicethey’dgivetotheiryoungerselves.(Show More Summary
Our own Elizabeth Minkel has been posting sights and quotations from a recent George R. R. Martin and Robin Hobb event in London. You can check out her coverage over on Tumblr.
Anyone who's read "A Song of Ice and Fire" and/or watched its televised spin-off Game of Thrones knows that series author George R.R. Martin is notoriously cold and callous when it comes to killing off characters. No one is safe — in...Show More Summary
Revisiting the pilot episode of "Game of Thrones" has become increasingly heartbreaking as the HBO series progresses, because it's become clearer over the years that the show's premiere is the only time fans will ever see the entire Stark family together and happy. Show More Summary
"The way my books are structured, everyone was together, then they all went their separate ways and the story deltas out like that, and now it’s getting to the point where the story is beginning to delta back in, and the viewpoint characters...Show More Summary
Like many authors of long-running fantasy series before him, George R.R. Martin has a lot of "A Song of Ice and Fire" material that has landed on the cutting room floor. Before that only affected fans because it meant that material delayed...Show More Summary
Some days, you just have to put a Robot Chicken on your head, wear a goofy expression and take whatever life throws at you. Yes, it's a lesson I learned well when I interviewed George R.R. Martin. And you're welcome, Internet. - Aaron Sagers
Last year, right before President Barack Obama made his unannounced appearance in the White House briefing room to personally address the acquittal of George Zimmerman, Trayvon Martin’s killer, on murder charges—I was among those who argued no, the president shouldn’t be called on to make a statement about the case.
What do the main characters in Game Of Thrones have in common with camera phones? Author George R.R. Martin wants them all dead. “Oh, and ‘selfies’! If I could clap my hands and burn out every camera phone in the world, I swear I’d do it,” Martin said in an interview with the Guardian when