Is there room in Westeros for two Red Priestesses? Spoiler alert for "Game of Thrones" Season 6. Deadline was the first to report that British actress Melanie Liburd has been cast as another Red Priestess on "Game of Thrones," but no...Show More Summary
There's a new Red Woman coming to Westeros: British actress Melanie Liburd has been cast on Game of Thrones as the Red Priestess, Deadline reports. Though Deadline speculates that Liburd will be taking over the role of the Red Priestess Melisandre, played by Carice Van Houten, it's more likely Liburd... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Game of Thrones
The most sophisticated technologies in the world of "Game of Thrones" may be the watermill and the forge -- but it still has a surprising amount in common with Silicon Valley today. In both, brilliant strategists jockey for power. They are arraying powerful forces -- mostly young men -- in every corner of the continent. Show More Summary
It's official, Jon Snow is alive, and has become Westeros' premiere wedding planner! In the next episode of his web-series Making a Scene, James Franco plays the possibly deceased Game Of Thrones character — who is now pursuing a different career path! In the mockumentary-style sketch, the Lord Commander of the Night's Watch is putting together Westeros's [...]
George R.R. Martin’s epic-fantasy setting of Westeros is highly addictive, and for good reason. It’s such a richly imagined world, with such a rich backstory, there’s enough material to obsess about for years. And his new book, collecting his “Dunk and Egg” stories, showcases just what a great setting it is. Read more...
You’d better clear your schedule—because October is just packed with amazing science fiction and fantasy books. Including George R.R. Martin’s tales of Westeros long before Game of Thrones. Plus Ann Leckie, Gene Wolfe, Doctor Who and Brandon Sanderson. And the most delightfully weird fantasy spinoff ever! Read more...
Natalie Dormer is no stranger to perilous settings in Game Of Thrones — and we didn't think anything would top the danger of being married to King Joffrey! But in the upcoming horror movie The Forest, Natalie's character travels to Aokigahara — known as the "suicide forest" or "sea of trees" — to search for her [...]
Watch the first trailer for "The Forest," starring Natalie Dormer and Taylor Kinney.
Get excited, "Game of Thrones" fans. Winter A movie of your favorite show is coming. In an interview with The Daily Star, "Thrones" creator and author George R. R. Martin claims plans are underway for Westeros to hit the big screen. But there is a catch. "There will be a movie but I will not be involved," Martin said. Show More Summary
On the hit show Game of Thrones, Westeros is a land full of treacherous personalities and shady dealings, but Radar has learned that for some people connected with the show,… READ ON
All of Westeros rejoiced Friday when a sighting of Jon Snow on the "Game of Thrones" set hit the web. It now appears actor Kit Harington is for sure making a comeback in Season 6, after "dying" in the Season 5 finale. Though whether he's alive or undead remains to be seen. Show More Summary
Interestingly nobody did a World of Warcraft version of the Game of Thrones intro yet, despite the fact that Azeroth’s map is similar to Westeros. Animator Marc Ottensmann is here to close this hole with his fantastic clip. Read mor...
Things are getting musical in Westeros. Game of Thrones has booked Icelandic band Of Monsters and Men for an appearance in the upcoming sixth season, E! News has...
When things calm down in Westeros, maybe the people who live there could chill and start getting some action on Tinder. If so, this is what their profiles might look like.
Game of Thrones has the coolest opening sequence on television, thanks to that insane orrery showing the relief map of Westeros along with the heavens. And io9 is proud to bring you an exclusive video showing the official Game of Thrones Astrolabe as it spins. Plus you can enter to win one for yourself, right here! Read more...
Hot on the heels of The Walking Dead, Stern Pinball is making a game set in Westeros. Choose a knight to represent your favorite house, then battle your to rule the Seven Kingdoms. The best part: They got Rory McCann (The Hound) to do the voicework.
“Winter is coming” are the famous words of House Stark, a grim reminder of what awaits an unsuspecting Westeros. They’ve also probably become a regular catchphrase for A Song Of Ice And Fire’s author, George R.R. Martin. As in, “Yes,...Show More Summary
Though not afraid to indulge in its own casual regicide from time to time, the Avatar-verse shared by Avatar: The Last Airbender and The Legend Of Korra is a little less bloody and a lot less nihilistic than Game Of Thrones’ Westeros. Show More Summary
The night is dark and full of multiballs. Now the finest prize in Westeros isn't just a big chair made of metal, it's a tiny ball made of metal as well. HBO revealed a special pinball machine on Tuesday inspired by the characters and...Show More Summary
Listen to The Hound berate you as you practice your pinball wizardry in the latest high end product from the HBO series.