If you’re missing Game of Thrones since its fifth season finale, new app – Game of Quotes – might help fill the void. The keyboard app for iOS comes preloaded with hundreds of quotes from the good folk of Westeros right back as far as the first episode. Show More Summary
LONDON — It's not every day that you get to see Coldplay's lead singer performing a random jam in a small, ecstatic bar. See also: 'Game of Thrones' musical is the biggest extravaganza in Westeros On Wednesday night people at the Summer...Show More Summary
From the White House to Westeros, from Litchfiled Pen to McKinley High, your favorite TV shows have been sharing the love all day following this morning's Supreme Court decision legalizing gay marriage in all 50 states. We start with the ladies from Litchfield Pen: Today is a good day. Show More Summary
Same-sex marriage is now legal in the United States, but the festivities are not contained domestically. Even the people of Westeros are joining in on the celebration. Game of Thrones' official Twitter account posted a sweet clay figure...Show More Summary
Spoilers ahead for Game of Thrones and A Song of Ice and Fire. As showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss prep their next magical mystery tour of Westeros (and Essos), we need not fret that they've "run out" of the books, or that we have no idea where they're... More »
Game Of Thrones is finished punishing viewers for the time being, but DVR Club’s Westeros correspondents are still on the HBO-Sunday-night-drama beat. Today, staff writer Katie Rife and senior editor John Teti look at the first episode...Show More Summary
WESTEROS (AP)—The realms on both sides of the Wall are reeling from the news that the Night's King, presumed leader of the mysterious White Walkers, is not undead, but rather a living, sentient being. The disclosure came shortly after...Show More Summary
The fifth season of Game of Thrones may be over, but there is still a lot left unanswered about how the world of Westeros works. House Slate hosts Amanda Marcotte and Marc Faletti happily dig in to address your lingering questions about zombie killing and magical assassins. Show More Summary
Westeros is trying to recover from the devastation of the War of the Five Kings. Bandits and raiders are rife in the countryside and the Greyjoys and Stannis Baratheon remain in arms against King Tommen. In King's Landing, the machinations...Show More Summary
Beheadings, stabbings, falling from great heights, being burned to a crisp by a dragon — there certainly are a million ways to die in Westeros Digg has compiled a supercut of every death in this season's Game of Thrones, and the results...Show More Summary
Caution: This post contains minor spoilers from "Game of Thrones" and "A Song of Ice and Fire. Still reeling from Sunday's season 5 finale of "Game Of Thrones"? Understandable. It was brutal! One mental exercise useful during every traumatic episode of the show or moment in George R.R. Show More Summary
As we leave Westeros (and, increasingly, Essos) this season, you might feel a little like Arya, blinded and screaming, "What's happening?! What's happening?!" Even if you’ve read all of A Song of Ice and Fire that's been published so far, we're a little in the dark about what will happen to... More »
In the latest edition of the WIRED entertainment podcast we're talking about our visit to Jurassic World and leaving Westeros behind. The post Entertainment Podcast: Goodbye Westeros, Hello Jurassic World! appeared first on WIRED.
In the sadistic, awful world of Game Of Thrones’ Westeros, Ramsay Bolton, née Snow, is King Shit of the bastards. But what if he’s just misunderstood, and he’s really the kindest man in all of the Seven Kingdoms? What if the Boltons’...Show More Summary
Ramsay Bolton being nice: A really bad sign 100% of the time. Except in this video. YouTuber M&M has created this horrifying alternate universe from the cold and random world of unmitigated evil we've come to love in Game of Thrones....Show More Summary
(Spoilers, PG-13) Through the use of clever editing, and some adult contemporary music, YouTuber M&M transformed Game of Thrones’ sadistic Ramsay Bolton into a well-mannered gentleman without a mean bone in his body.
Ramsey Bolton has a bit of a reputation as a bad boy — or, more specifically, one of the most loathsome people in Westeros — but that’s because people don’t know the real Ramsey. The big-hearted Ramsey The carefully edited Ramsey. See for yourself in this slightly NSFW video. Read more...
In Westeros, there is only one god, and his name is Death. And there is only one thing we say to Death: “I have an Iron Throne made of dildos.” Yes, you can win the Game of Thrones by buying a replica of the seat of the King of the Andals...Show More Summary
It takes a maesterful edit of Game of Thrones to turn Ramsay Bolton, the cruelest and most sadistic character on the show, into the kindest man in Westeros but man, they somehow did the impossible. Watch the hilarious video below to see how out of context Ramsay is actually a real sweetheart. He does so many nice things! He’s nice to Theon! He loves Sansa! Read more...
Sunday night saw the season 5 finale of Game of Thrones and it left us reeling. Thankfully, Gay of Thrones is back for its final installment this season, recapping all the hullabaloo that happened in Westeros this week and helping.....