Credit: Tim Nardelli In this weeks episode of LRM TV, Mike and Mark sympathize about Emilia Clarke's confession that she is more nervous to talk about Star Wars than Game of Thrones. WWE's Miz gives his choice of which superhero character he would like to play on the big screen. Show More Summary
With such a long wait still in store for the season-seven premiere of Game Of Thrones, fans will need a hobby to help pass the time, one that doesn’t involve watching a block of ice melt. You could try to make your own Iron Throne or house sigils, but those are still just temporary distractions. Show More Summary
Today I’m thrilled to welcome Bridget McKinney from SF Bluestocking! She writes about science fiction, fantasy, and feminism, and she not only covers books but also movies and television shows such as Game of Thrones and The Expanse....Show More Summary
HBO's "Game of Thrones" naturally has to make some changes from the books when adapting them to a television show. That's the nature of the medium. Business Insider has previously compiled the biggest plot changes from the books to the...Show More Summary
Game of Thrones season 7 will finally bring the ultimate confrontations we’ve been waiting for ever since the series began. Stark and Lannister will clash for one more round of war. At the same time, Daenerys Stormborn will at last return to Westeros, bringing fire and blood. And lastly, the White...
Even the most dedicated “Game of Thrones” fan probably isn’t fluent in Dorthraki or High Valyrian, the two fictional languages spoken in George R. R. Martin’s epic series. But that’s about to change. The University of California at Berkeley is offering a summer class in the Dorthraki’s native tongue. Show More Summary
Emilia Clarke is often stuck between a rock and a hard place filled with spoilers upon spoilers
As someone who can't stand violent TV shows or movies (no Game of Thrones for me!) and won't even read violent books (sorry, The Hunger Games), my friends and family were pretty surprised at how enthusiastically I pursued boxing. Said pursuit began at the Hit Fit Boxing Gym in San Francisco. Show More Summary
Fans of Game of Thrones have spent the last six or so years listening to characters speaking in fictional languages. Now, some fans will be able to learn about those languages from the very person who invented them.
Spoilers ahead for Game of Thrones, so if you somehow haven’t caught up with the show yet, I’m about to reveal multiple character’s fates
Come to UC Berkeley for the chance to study Game of Thrones’ beloved fictional languages with the linguist who helped create them, stay for the absurd hilarity that is the university’s fight song, delivered as a Dothraki war cry. No, really. Read more...
Emilia Clarke states that Alden Ehrenreich is magnificent and that the Han Solo spin-off is even more secretive than Game of Thrones.
A ghost story without a pulse or a perceptible purpose, “Voice From the Stone” strands its cast, led by “Game of Thrones” star Emilia Clarke, in an airless series of darkly lovely tableaux. The movie, set in the 1950s, revolves awkwardly around a grieving young boy, his cheerless father and the...
As the town holds its collective breath over a potential writers' strike next week, TV Talk returns for another week of small-screen spiel. On deck with Deadline’s Awards Editor (Pete) and Senior Editor, Chief TV Critic (Dominic) are...Show More Summary
The actress has been on Game of Thrones since 2011, and while set leaks do occasionally happen on that show, Clarke should pretty much be a pro at deflecting at this point.
The University of California, Berkeley, might be a lawless wasteland where conservative speakers are intimidated and harassed away from expressing their constitutional right to free speech at the threat of violence, but hey – students will soon be able take … More » The post UC Berkeley To Offer Course On Made-Up Game Of Thrones Language appeared first on EveryJoe.
All men must die, except Jaime Lannister ? he’s not ready yet. That’s according to Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, who plays the Kingslayer on “Game of Thrones,” set to return with Season 7 on July 16. During an interview with HuffPost on Build...Show More Summary
The newest pic of Jack Gleeson on Twitter gets retouched by the internet.
Looks like Game of Thrones isn’t the only franchise getting its own badass tabletop game... now Fallout fans can recreate the game’s famous post-apocalyptic hellscape from their coffee tables. Read more...
Hawaiian-born Jason Momoa may look like he was born to walk around shirtless, and once upon a time, that was his job. Before starring on Game of Thrones as Khal Drogo and landing the role of Aquaman in DC's superhero franchise, Momoa was a regular on Baywatch Hawaii. Show More Summary