"Winds of Winder" has been on hold for quite a while, but it seems that fans may finally be getting their hands on it in 2016.
Here’s some Game of Thrones news that isn’t a fan theory or a wild supposition about where the upcoming sixth season will take the story as it ventures further afield from the novels written by George R.R. Martin. Danish actor PilouShow More Summary
Danish actor Pilou Asbæk (Lucy, The Borgias) has been cast as Euron Greyjoy in the sixth season of Game Of Thrones. Euron is mentioned throughout George R.R. Martin’s book series, but actually appears in A Feast For Crows. Known as Crow’s...Show More Summary
(Warning: Spoilers for Game of Thrones and A Song of Ice and Fire follow, obviously.) For five seasons, Game of Thrones viewers who had also read George R. R. Martin's epic Song of Ice and Fire saga were sitting pretty As the Unsullied...Show More Summary
Bill O’Reilly’s hatred for #BlackLivesMatter has finally gotten the better of him. O’Reilly has hated #BlackLivesMatter protesters ever since George Zimmerman was acquitted of murdering Trayvon Martin. Now, echoing Fox’s Elisabeth Hasselbeck,...Show More Summary
George Zimmerman Brags About Killing Trayvon Martin Get this azzhole outta here! Via Raw Story: George Zimmerman, the man acquitted in the shooting death of unarmed Florida teen Trayvon Martin, has apparently perfected the art of tough guy
Fans of the hit HBO TV series "Game of Thrones" will have to wait until next year to (hopefully) find out the answers to the questions left in Season 5. But George R.R. Martin, the author of the book series that the show is heavily based from, just spilled the fate of one major character.
It seems that one of the characters many fans originally thought dead isn't after all, if George R.R. Martin's words are to be believed.
Like any epic fictional world, the setting of George RR Martin’s massively successful A Song of Ice and Fire series is rife with a labyrinthine backstory and complex history that drives the story’s action and helps explain some of its characters' deeper motivations. Read the rest
The deaths of Alison Parker and Adam Ward gave Trayvon Martin's killer an excuse to vent, and he used it with gusto George Zimmerman, the killer of Trayvon Martin who was last seenhawking paintings of the Confederate battle flag that...Show More Summary
Fans of Stannis Baratheon have found renewed hope for the character’s future despite his fate in the fifth season finale of Game of Thrones, as author George R.R. Martin has spoken out regarding what actually happened to the Lord of Dragonstone. Show More Summary
Since the season 5 finale of HBO’s Game of Thrones, talk has concentrated on whether certain characters were actually dead or not. One character in particular has caused an internet storm every time he makes an appearance in real life. Show More Summary
While George R.R. Martin has yet to share details on the release of the upcoming "The Winds of Winter," he did share a chapter of the novel during a convention in Spokane.
Just because Game of Thrones in on hiatus doesn't mean we're not talking about it all the time. Just this week, George R. R. Martin confirmed a character is alive who we were pretty sure dies on the season five finale. Meanwhile, a new theory about Jon Snow is combusting our collective heads. Show More Summary
Help. We might soon run out of Game of Thrones characters to argue are still alive, and season six doesn't start for a year. What have you been up to? [Believe it or not, there are spoilers in this post. Like, a lot of them. And really big ones too.] We wondered if Jon Snow was dead. Show More Summary
Winter cannot come any sooner. Fans of HBO‘s Game of Thrones will, sadly, have to wait until 2016 for their beloved show to return, but until then, people will continue to flood the internet with all kinds of theories and possible spoilers (whether true or not). In the latest rumor roundup, there is speculation that […]
George R.R. Martin has "Game of Thrones" fans buzzing about a character that may not actually be dead. And, sorry, it's not Jon Snow. During an online Q&A on Martin's Live Journal, a fan asked if Stannis Baratheon (played by Stephen Dillane, whose son, Frank Dillane, currently stars on AMC's "Fear the Walking Dead") is alive. Show More Summary
If you're caught up on Game Of Thrones, then you're probably spending most of your time looking up fan theories about how the series' many characters will survive. Or maybe how they'll connect? [ Related: George R.R. Martin Confirms One Character 'Killed Off' On The Show Survives ] The newest entry from the theory mill is as far-fetched [...]
George Zimmerman, the man acquitted in the shooting death of unarmed Florida teen Trayvon Martin, has apparently perfected the art of tough guy tweeting. The killer-cum-Twitter troll on Thursday threatened someone by raising the specter of Trayvon Martin’s death and insulting the slain...