This Post May Contain Spoilers For Previous Seasons Of Game of Thrones For fans of HBO’s superb series, Game of Thrones, winter appears to finally be here., or close anyway, with just about a month and a half left until the premiere of the show’s seventh season, Entertainment Weekly has released exclusive photos from the set. Show More Summary
Things aren't looking particularly great for Cersei Lannister on Game of Thrones. After getting her sweet revenge in the season six finale, a lot of Westeros is scared of her. And whoever isn't scared of her is most surely her enemy....Show More Summary
We're only a couple of months away from Game of Thrones returning for Season 7, and we now have a brand new look at how massive Dany's dragons will be. Check it out!
A few months ago, we heard that the dragons in Game of Thrones season 7 would be the size of 747 jet airliners. Now, a batch of images from the penultimate season of HBO’s flagship series have revealed the dragons and they don’t appear to be quite as big as 747s. Show More Summary
Entertainment Weekly released new images of Game of Thrones season 7 this morning, and they can best be described in one word: Metal. No, make that two words: So metal. You know how people say, “Too much metal for one hand!” and when they throw up double devil horns? Well, ... More »
So Game of Thrones Season 7 is definitely gonna feature some badass dragon action. Entertainment Weekly obtained some new photos of the hotly anticipated HBO fantasy series. Some of them are behind-the-scenes photos that are cute, but not particularly illustrative. Show More Summary
Want to see one of those massive dragons from Game of Thrones season 7? Alright, but why stop there? A new set of images from Entertainment Weekly shows Daenarys astride a 747-sized Drogon as well as several other key characters riding, scheming, and just generally having a good old time
It appears Dany will no longer be asking, “Where are my dragons?” Because you can’t miss them. In a new photo from “Game of Thrones” Season 7, courtesy of HBO and Entertainment Weekly, we see Drogon doing his thing. And dude is big.Show More Summary
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Entertainment Weekly has a bunch of new Game of Thrones photos. And while a number of them are just sort of fun behind-the-scenes shots, two of them have pretty big implications. More »
It's been a weird spring without Game of Thrones, right? Despite the avalanche of amazing television that we have gotten in these months, it's just not quite the same without a return to Westeros. And while the new season is...
With George R.R. Martin's The Winds of Winter still as-yet-unpublished, Game of Thrones is officially flying forward on its own dragon wings, with no firm source material to guide its plot points and developments in the final two seasons. Show More Summary
The next Godzilla film casts a former Game of Thrones star. Pearl Mackie discusses her Doctor Who future. The screenwriter for the Mortal Kombat movie reboot talks about his goals. Plus, teasers for what’s to come on the next season of Legends of Tomorrow, and more new Wonder Woman images. Go, Spoilers! Read more...
You may remember that a couple of weeks ago HBO announced they were working on four different Game of Thrones spin-offs. Time’s running out for the cable channel’s cash cow, they’ve only got two seasons and 13 episodes left on their appointment Sunday viewing epic before it goes to re-run land, so finding a way to keep […]
Back in March, HBO made fans watch ice melt for 69 minutes on Facebook Live to find out when Season 7 of Game of Thrones would premiere. A few weeks later, TBS trolled the premium cable channel by "freezing" the title character of one of its own series, slapstick comedy Angie Tribeca, in a life-size...
Earlier this month, word began to spread that HBO was developing a series of Game of Thrones spinoffs to carry on the franchise's legacy once the eighth season concludes in 2018. On Sunday, author George R.R. Martin confirmed those reports, while delivering an interesting revelation of his own. "Yes, it's true. Show More Summary
As the shortened seventh season of HBO’s Game of Thrones rapidly approaches, fans are beginning to realize that one of the most epic shows to ever grace the television screen will soon be over. The seventh season will have just seven episodes, and the eighth and final season will be even shorter, consisting of only six episodes to end the show. Show More Summary
Even though Games of Thrones will conclude after its eighth season next year, HBO is currently developing a whole mess of new shows set in Westeros. In a new Livejournal post, though, George R.R. Martin sheds new light on the five pilot scripts in the works and explains why he doesn’t like calling the projects… Read more...
It's been five years since the last book. It's been a year since the last update. We're only two (short) seasons away from the end of the TV series. Maybe it's time to face it. it's likely the A Song Of Ice And Fire books will never get finished. More »
"Game of Thrones" has always been known for its gratuitous nudity, but HBO's epic fantasy drama also packs plenty of shocking violence. Over the past six seasons, there have been many deaths, some more gruesome than the others. In anticipation...Show More Summary