Marvel’s Inhumans TV series has found the first member of its royal family in the far-off lands of Westeros. Iwan Rheon, last seen inspiring a thousand thinkpieces as sadistic Ramsay Bolton on Game of Thrones, will be joining the ABC drama set to debut this fall. Show More Summary
Winter is coming... for now. The effects of climate change may not be visible on “Game of Thrones” Season 7, where Westeros faces a long cold spell and icy White Walkers seem poised to move south. But even while traveling to variousShow More Summary
Who would have guessed a little slice of Westeros would make its way to the final frontier? On Saturday, February 18th, a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket will carry NASA’s “three-eyed” Raven technology module to its destination just outside the International Space Station (ISS). Once there, Raven will use its sensors to… Read more...
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Westeros may be a fictional world, but you can actually visit many of the famous locations from the series in the real world. For example, King's Landing sits on the coast of the Adriatic Sea in Croatia, and Winterfell is an 18th-century castle in Northern Ireland. Show More Summary
Jaime Lannister does more than just slay kings in Westeros, he's also raising awareness about climate change. "Game of Thrones" actor Nikolaj Coster-Waldau was recently named UNDP Goodwill Ambassador, and he's partnered with Google to show how Greenland's landscape is rapidly changing. Show More Summary
It’s not Winds of Winter news, but George R.R. Martin did announce another story set in the land of Westeros, and it’s coming soon. The author of the Song of Ice and Fire […] The post George R.R. Martin Has a New Story Coming Out, Just Not ‘Winds of Winter’ appeared first on Geek.com.
This Game of Thrones Three-Eyed Raven Snow Globe looks like it came directly from Westeros. Put it on your desk and have a constant reminder of your favorite HBO show. The three-eyed raven appears in Bran Stark’s vision-dreams, prompting his quest beyond the Wall. And now Dark Horse has created this raven snow globe to […]
A new tale of Westeros is coming ? but not the one many fans have been waiting for. An Amazon listing has been created for a fantasy anthology, The Book of Swords, edited by Gardner Dozois, slated to publish in October. The still-slight...Show More Summary
Emilia Clarke is probably excited for another chance to rinse off the dust of Westeros and not have to act alongside a tennis ball on a stick representing the eyeline of a giant dragon. Deadline reports the actor (most recently seenShow More Summary
A new anthology, Book of Swords, will feature a brief trip to Westeros
While not even George R.R. Martin himself is too sure about his prediction of a 2017 release for the long-awaited Winds of Winter, we now know at least one tale from the world of Westeros will see print this year: as part of an upcoming fantasy anthology book. Read more...
A terrific sign and yes, a photoshop, putting a Game of Thrones spin on the Womens March. I love that comeback to the "snowflake" smear, especially. Open Thread below....
YouTuber Alt Shift X sums up how Danaerys Targaryen’s most famous ancestor Aegon the Conqueror conquered and united nearly all of Westeros under his rule: once upon a time, dragons. The end. But it’s still quite the tale. The post Game of Thrones: Aegon’s Conquest appeared first on The Awesomer.
If you’re busy trying to figure out just what’s going to go down in Game of Thrones season 7 then it might be comforting to know that most of the actors don’t even know what’s in store for Westeros in this summer’s season – but the finale shouldn’t disappoint
In a witty promo, the returning talk-how host gets scolded for trying to sit in Westeros' imposing Iron Throne.
Game of Thrones season 6 opened the door to all sorts of possibilities through the use of flashbacks, and with HBO looking into potentially building a prequel series, it's high time to look at the different possibilities. Westeros is...Show More Summary
A new Game of Thrones-themed pop-up restaurant serving the cuisine of Westeros has opened in Scotland — and it’s surely going to make a fortune. Named Blood & Wine, the restaurant is decked out in swords, shields, and suits of armor to nail that medieval ambiance before you’ve even had chance to try the food. […]
Game of Thrones only has two more seasons left, but that might not mean we’ll have seen the last of Westeros when those final credits (and heads) roll. According to an Entertainment Weekly report, HBO programming president Casey Bloys has spoken to the showrunners about a possible prequel series after the current one has wrapped up. Show More Summary
The restaurant promises to serve “only the finest that the Seven Kingdoms have to offer” A company in Scotland has launched a Game of Thrones-inspired restaurant pop-up that will surely make a fortune. Blood & Wine is serving two nights...Show More Summary