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 [...]
The Game Of Thrones star will play police inspector John Marlott in the six-part British crime-cum-horror series. Set in 19th-century London, The Frankenstein Chronicles tells the story of Marlott, a Thames River detective, hunting down...Show More Summary
This week on GeekScholars Movie News, Fox sits down with Ryan Tudhope, the co-founder of Atomic Fiction, the Academic Award nominated visual effects team responsible for dazzling audiences with Game of Thrones, Star Trek Into Darkness, and San...Show More Summary
U.S. network A&E has acquired the period mystery crime drama mini-series “The Frankenstein Chronicles,” which stars “Game of Thrones” actor Sean Bean, pictured, says Variety. The six-episode show has been created by director and writer Benjamin Ross (“The Young Poisoner’s Handbook”) and writer Barry Langford (“Torte Bluma”). “The show is a re-imagining of the Frankenstein […]
'Game of Thrones' star Sean Bean headlines the six-part ITV crime drama, billed as re-imagining of the Frankenstein story set in 19th century London. read more
Another deceased character from 'Game of Thrones' has been spotted on the Season 6 set in Pensicola, Spain this week.
Jon Snow is alive and well—and retired from the Night's Watch to pursue a verrrrry different career path—in the next episode of the webseries Making a Scene With James Franco....
EXCLUSIVE: Boardwalk Empire alum Stephen Graham is set to topline USA Network’s drama pilot Brooklyn Animal Control, based on the IDW Publishing comic created by JT Petty. Additionally, Brian Kirk (Game Of Thrones) has signed on to direct the pilot and will also executive produce alongside David S. Show More Summary
If you?ve been keeping tabs on Game of Thrones? upcoming sixth season, you may already know that the HBO drama is looking to bring back some dead characters in the new episodes, in a variety of ways. Now, it seems yet another dead character may come back to the drama.Click To Continue Reading
An Easter egg is coming. (Warning: spoilers!) Season 2 of "The Leftovers" is starting out crazy. Justin Theroux, aka Kevin Garvey, and his TV family move into a weird new town where people supposedly haven't disappeared (supposedly),...Show More Summary
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I'm completely obsessed with Game of Thrones. I spend my lunch break discussing key plot points with co-workers; I text friends about the horrifying deaths, the shocking twists, the gross romances. What no one knows is that I have not watched a single episode. Oh, I tried. Show More Summary
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A competition held by Russian TV to find lookalikes for Game of Thrones characters was won by Siberian native Maria, who was voted as bearing the most resemblance to the character Arya Stark.
Vanity Fair imagines what it would be like if Game of Thrones took place in Silicon Valley with tech companies battling each other for superiority.
George Miller says he already has scripts for two Mad Max films. A legendary artist is designing Star Wars: Episode VIII. Felicity will be funnier in Arrow season four. Fear The Walking Dead will never cross over with the main series. Plus, teasers for Doctor Who and iZombie. So Many Spoilers! Read more...
Joe Naufahu may just be the new Dothraki leader.
Khaleesi and Khal Drogo are brought back together during Paris Fashion Week.
Their onscreen romance was as captivating as they come, so when Emilia Clarke and Jason Momoa got together for some social media selfies in Paris on Friday (October 2) the chemistry was definitely still present. The “Game of Thrones”...Show More Summary
Warning: This article is spoiler central for Game of Thrones. If you haven’t caught up with the show, and have somehow still not been spoiled, proceed with caution. It’s only been a few months since the unspeakable happened to our favorite bastard on HBO’s Game of Thrones — but the battered GoT fanbase's optimism is remarkable. Show More Summary