The author's answered one question so many times that he's finally done answering it properly.
By William Kosh Published: September 01st, 2014 Fans of George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series have had to wait a very, very long time in between each installment, because writing 1,000-page fantasy books is time-consuming and Martin could give two honey-glazed ham-shits about the fans
With all due respect to George R.R. Martin and Games of Thrones, winter is coming... ... to Once Upon a Time! ABC has released the first promo for Once Upon a Time Season 4 and it teases the arrival of Georgia Haig as Queen Elsa. Yes,...Show More Summary
As the "Game of Thrones" TV series diverges farther from George R.R. Martin's "A Song of Ice and Fire" book series, will the new Telltale Games "Game of Thrones" title travel concurrently with some of the later stories from the books? That's certainly what a new tease Telltale posted to Twitter seems to be implying. Show More Summary
This week's best TV has a lot of important lessons, from Jon Stewart taking on Fox News' coverage of the police shooting death of Michael Brown to Weird Al Yankovic advising George R. R. Martin to "type as fast as you can." But, really, there is only one takeaway here: Always be yourself. Unless you can be Beyoncé. Always be Beyoncé.
The original trilogy of Star Wars films feature some of the most iconic extra terrestrial designs ever brought to the medium, but perhaps the most iconic among them is the character known as Chewbacca. Brought to life by 7'3" British...Show More Summary
It's a song of fire and ice buckets. The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has finally made it all the way to Westeros as more and more of the "Game of Thrones" cast (and even George R. R. Martin himself) have taken on the task. And if you thought...Show More Summary
George R.R. Martin would be proud, because when you call Winter, he comes.
Is it possible Game of Thrones creator George R.R. Martin helped to unknowingly create Star Wars‘ Chewbacca? Hit the jump and we’ll take a journey through the creation of the famous Wookiee from a galaxy far, far away. We’ll discover the George RR Martin Chewbacca connection and examine what it might mean. Show More Summary
George R.R. Martin isn't the only member of the "Game of Thrones" family who participated in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. With the series shooting again, many of the cast members -- even those who aren't on social media -- have taken...Show More Summary
A Song of Ice (Bucket Challenge) and Fire
Grammy Award winner Weird Al Yankovic requested that author George R.R. Martin “type as fast as you can.” Yankovic reasons that “we need more script.” The video embedded above features Yankovic performing a medley of TV theme music at the 66th annual Emmy Awards. Show More Summary
Shoulda been a DOS machine.
With Neil Patrick Harris not hosting this year's Emmy Awards, there was a noticeable lack of musical numbers. Except for the one by Man of Summer 2014 Weird Al Yankovic, who put together a medley of TV theme-song parodies. We caught up with Yankovic at last night's HBO Emmys after-party... More »
The 2014 Emmy Awards held last night featured many memorable moments. As with most award shows, the night started with memorable red carpet fashions. From there. we had the hilarious Bryan Cranston-Julia Louis Dreyfus make-out session...Show More Summary
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
Readers of George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire know viewers of HBO's Game of Thrones can expect the series to really kick it into high gear in Season 5. But as it turns out, the network may have issue filming one scene thanks to church intervention. Read on for more, plus what an HBO exec had to say about the controversial sept scene from Season 4.
'Game of Thrones' author George R.R. Martin takes the ALS ice bucket challenge