George R. R. Martin remained elusive about the release date of "The Winds of Winter," the sixth novel of the series "A Song of Ice and Fire" in which the popular TV show "Game of Thrones" is based upon.
In hardcover:Stephen King’s End of Watch is down one position, ending the week at number 5.Ben H. Winters’ Underground Airlines debuts at number 20.In paperback:George R. R. Martin's A Game of Thrones returns at number 11.
The Boars, Gore, and Swords book club forges on with the Boiled Leather chapter order combining George R.R. Martin's A Feast for Crows and A Dance with Dragons. In this week's "Ghost of Sand Snakes Yet to Come," Ivan and Red cover the...Show More Summary
Fans aren’t alone in thinking Outlander deserves an Emmy this year. Although George R.R. Martin should be wrapping up Winds of Winter, the author recently revealed that he’s a huge Outlander fan and isn’t happy about the Emmy snub. According to io9, Martin expressed his feelings about the 2016 Emmy nominations on his Not a... Show More Summary
Speculations about the "The Winds of Winter" continue to surface as its author, George R. R. Martin, keeps mum about the progress of the much-awaited novel.
The nominations for the 2016 Emmy Awards have been announced, and Game of Thrones dominated with a long list of nods. According to George R.R. Martin, however, the list should have been a bit longer.
There are more than a few Game of Thrones fans who wish that George R.R. Martin would lock himself in a room and finish the damn Winds of Winter already, especially now that the TV show has overtaken the events of the books. And now we have yet another distraction to blame for this delay: Outlander. He’s a huge fan. Read more...
For the second year in a row, Game of Thrones got more Emmy nominations than any other series, collecting 23, including Outstanding Drama Series. As you might expect, George R.R. Martin is pretty pleased, writing on his LiveJournal that he was "thrilled and happy" for all the nominees. Still, he ... More »
By all accounts, Game of Thrones had a terrific showing during the reveal of the 2016 Emmy Awards nominations. The HBO hit walked away with a whopping 23 nods, the most of any series this year,...
Game of Thrones has been on the air for six seasons now, and one of the highly identifiable things about the TV series is the relationship that the two showrunners have with the original author of the series the TV show is based on.
(PG-13: Language) HBO enlisted Samuel L. Jackson to rapidly explain George R.R. Martin’s intricate and bloody universe over the course of its first five seasons (and leading into season six.) I’ve had it with these motherf—ing Sand Snakes in this motherf—ing Dorne!
Much and more has been made of Game of Thrones' sixth season finally surpassing George R.R. Martin's books, and though the claim can sometimes be overstated — Sam and Jaime's stories this year took heavily from A Feast for Crows — it's true that, for the first time, showrunners David Benioff ... More »
Spoilers for Game of Thrones season 6 immediately follow. Game of Thrones season finales tend to be packed to the brim with important reveals and exciting business, but “The Winds of Winter” was more stuffed with important details than just about any other episode in the entire series thus far. Show More Summary
Instead of individually covering the fourth and fifth books in George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series, the Boars, Gore, and Swords book club is reading the Boiled Leather chapter order organized by Sean T. Collins. The new...Show More Summary
We recently got ahold of a letter which George R.R. Martin wrote when pitching his series of novels to a publisher. In the letter, Martin explained which of the main characters would survive it all.
It was just sitting all under our noses. Game of Thrones novelist George R.R. Martin has actually given everyone a hint on the true colors of the Mother of Dragons Daenerys Targaryen, Tyrion Lannister and the infamous Jon Snow. With everything that has happened during the previous season, everyone is speculating on the plot lines... Show More Summary
George R.R. Martin isn't fond of revealing whether or not fan theories hold true, but he has apparently been dropping hints along the way. Check this one out.
It turns out Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin gave a hint about Jon Snow's parents way back in 2002. Martin was doing an AMA (ask me anything) with fans of the books on Reddit (which was then a little-known online forum). This...Show More Summary
LONDON — After many years of tense speculation and theorising, Game of Thrones essentially confirmed the R + L = J theory — the biggest fan theory about Jon Snow's true parentage — at the close of Season 6. Which is sort of exciting, except when you find out that none other than George R. Show More Summary
Popular HBO TV show Game of Thrones is set for a delayed air date after the show’s creators revealed that filming for the next season adapted from The Winds of Winter and A Dream of Spring novels by George R.R. Martin could be facing delay. Show More Summary