From the brilliant mind that brought us Song of Ice and Fire, comes a cartoon based in the world of Westeros. George R.R. Martin presents Lil Thrones.Click To Continue Reading
Kit Harington's portrayal of Jon Snow on the Sunday night series "Game of Thrones," HBO's series adaptation of George R.R. Martin's epic fantasy novels, has landed the young actor on the A-list. It wasn't that long ago, however, that the novelist wasn't one of Harington's favorite people."That's absolutely true. Show More Summary
Fifty-two years ago, yesterday, Martin Luther King wrote his famous “Letter From Birmingham” jail. In history, April 16th is a day King shares with the Apollo 16 voyage and George Washington’s inauguration, according to the Great Falls Tribune but his letter has made a huge mark on American history. Show More Summary
If George R.R. Martin wrote books for children, it might turn out like a darker version of the classic book ‘Goodnight Moon.’ [The Watercooler] The post “Goodnight Westeros” is Most Certainly NOT a Tale for Children [VIdeo] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
George R. R. Martin’s A World of Ice and Fire, by Random House, is a mobile guide to the epic series. The new update gives you the Journeys map feture that will let you track the movements of 25 different characters. But don't worry, you can protect yourself from spoilers by filtering the map by chapter. Show More Summary
It still isn’t winter in Westeros, at least not on television, although there is no shortage of reminders that it is coming. The seasons in George R.R. Martin’s “Game of Thrones” aren’t regular or celestial. Summer can last a few minutes or many years. At this point in the show, the start of the fifth […]
In 2006, screenwriters D.B. Weiss and David Benioff approached George R.R. Martin, the author of the acclaimed A Song of Ice and Fire series, to see if he was open to a television adaption. That meeting spawned the creation of HBO's "Game of Thrones" series; now the most popular series the network's history. Show More Summary
We've been writing a lot about the Hugo/Sad Puppy Controversy this year - particularly the thorough responses by George R.R. Martin about what the Hugos have seemingly become. Well, now other authors are expressing their dissatisfaction with what the Hugos have become by withdrawing entirely from the proceedings.
This week, "Game of Thrones" showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss spoke with Variety about the trials and process of bringing George R.R. Martin's behemoth book series onto the HBO screen. While addressing deviations they've had to make from their source material, it was confirmed that they know how the story will end. Show More Summary
"Game of Thrones" goes to great lengths to bring George R.R. Martin's Westeros to life. Costume designers and hair stylists for the show draw inspiration from cultures from all over the world in order to capture this expansive and diverse world. Show More Summary
How many seasons Game of Thrones will ultimately run has become a contentious question, with the three parties involves -- HBO, showrunners Dan Weiss and David Benioff, and George R.R. Martin -- each seemingly wanting different things. To sum this...
Weiss and Benioff will be able to finish the TV series even if George R.R. Martin hasn't completed the books
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"There was never any need for Sad Puppies to "take back" the Hugos. The feminists, minorities, literary cliques, and Social Justice Warriors never took them in the first place."
George R.R. Martin presented a "Game of Thrones" Saturday morning cartoon parody animation of the HBO series, "Lil Thrones" on "Conan" last week.
In this animation, "Goodnight Moon" becomes "Goodnight Westeros" as George R.R. Martin tucks himself into bed. The folks at The Watercooler, Mashable's YouTube channel, came up with this very cool vision of a children's book written by George R.R. Show More Summary
The king shall doo-doo as he likes, with a custom-built head that's far more menacing than Sean Bean's. In the latest Super Fan Build video, George R.R. Martin's Iron Throne becomes a true seat...
It's not that I've been completely oblivious to the whole "Game of Thrones" phenomenon. I did, after all, used to work for the same company that published George "Really Rad" Martin's books, and when the series came to HBO, I took note,...Show More Summary
Last year on season 4 of Game of Thrones, things started to catch up with where George RR Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series had left off. This year, the show is […]
(Image: HBO) No, we're not talking about how many characters George R.R. Martin has killed off, but how many readers of his multivolume series A Song of Ice and Fire. He published the first volume, A Game of Thrones, in 1996. It was a huge publishing success. Show More Summary