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If you’re a fan of George R.R. Martin’s writing from “Game of Thrones”, you know that this is how he refers to rulers of certain kingdoms when writing their formal names. Today’s entry from the RedState Department of History details the only known time in American history when an individual attempted to crown himself Emperor. Show More Summary
As part of a discussion on the works of George R.R. Martin, and specifically what works of his are not currently readily available in print, I ended up compiling this list of everything that GRRM has ever published (and almost everything...Show More Summary
The summer of 2017 was a thrilling period for all fans of the “Game of Thrones” series. The 7th season revealed the events that couldn’t be found in George Martin’s books, since the writer still hadn’t published the last two parts of his “Song of Ice and Fire.” And since there’s only one season left,... Read More at 20 + Website Templates “Game of Thrones” Characters Could Use
HBO has closed deals for "Who Fears Death", a drama series in development, which will be executive produced by "Game Of Thrones’" George R.R. Martin and former HBO President Michael Lombardo. "Who Fears Death", which will be written by Selwyn Seyfu Hinds, is based on the sci-fi fantasy novel by Nnedi Okorafo. Show More Summary
Welcome to Rumorville! Here you can learn about casting news that’s about to break in Hollywood. These speculations might be only rumors, but that doesn’t mean you can’t follow the trail all the way to the audition room. George R.R.Show More Summary
HBO has closed deals for Who Fears Death, a drama series in development, which will be executive produced by Game Of Thrones’ George R.R. Martin and former HBO President Michael Lombardo. Who Fears Death, which will be written by Selwyn Seyfu Hinds, is based on the sci-fi fantasy novel by Nnedi Okorafo. Show More Summary
The adaptation of George R.R. Martin's novella Nightflyers is even closer to becoming a series.
George R.R. Martin's 1980 novella Nightflyers has been greenlit as a TV series by SyFy. SyFy are currently producing a pilot based on the novella and the network were impressed enough to give a full series order. Netflix is also getting involved early, negotiating both international distribution and second-run rights in the US. Show More Summary
We learned back in May that Syfy, as part of their 25th anniversary reboot, was developing a series based on “Game of Thrones” writer George R.R. Martin’s 1980 supernatural novella “Nightflyers”, and the network ordered a pilot episode in June. Today brings the update that it’s officially going to series. Via THR, Syfy is near a deal to […]
It was less than three months ago that Syfy ordered a pilot based on Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin's 1980 novella Nightflyers, but the network obviously thinks the property is very promising, as they are reportedly making...Show More Summary
We've known since May that Syfy was circling an adaptation of George R.R. Martin's 1980 sci-fi horror novella Nightflyers -- and now comes word that the project is moving forward at a rapid pace. Multiple sources are reporting that a straight-to-series order is very close to being announced. More »
Another world from the mind of George R.R. Martin is coming to your television. The Game of Thrones creator's 1980 novella Nightflyers has been picked up to series by Syfy, The Hollywood Reporter says. Far from the sword and sorcery of Thrones, Nightflyers is set in outer space and follows a crew of... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Game of Thrones George R.R. Martin
Netflix is negotiating with producers Universal Cable Productions for international and domestic rights to the drama based on the 'Game of Thrones' creator's novella. read more
Nightflyers, picked up to pilot by Syfy in June, is on track for a straight-to-series order. I hear that SyFy and Universal Cable Prods., which produces the project, are in negotiations with Netflix for the streaming network to come on board the supernatural thriller based on the novella by Game Of Thrones’ George R.R. Show More Summary
Rick and Morty co-creator Dan Harmon opens up about the inspiration behind some of the stellar new season’s best episodes, and much more. One major difference between George R.R. Martin’s fans and Dan Harmon’s is the way those fans process impatience. Read Full Story
Candy Clark is best known for playing the fun-loving blonde bombshell Debbie -- opposite Charles Martin Smith as Terry -- in the OG George Lucas film, "American Graffiti." Guess what she looks like now!
Alicia Garza, whose 2013 Facebook post in response to the acquittal of Trayvon Martin’s killer, George Zimmerman, created a hashtag that later became a rallying cry for the Black Lives Matter movement, is arguably now one of the most influential civil rights leaders of this century. Garza, 36, and her fellow co-founders have since expanded their fledgling […]
Stay in the loop on industry and casting news with our write-up on who’s been slated for recent film and television roles! “Nightflyers”While everyone is still reeling from the season finale of “Game of Thrones,” the creator of the megahit, George R.R. Show More Summary
“The eloquent profanity/it rolls right off my tongue,” Lowell George sang on an early Little Feat tune. That humblebrag could be repeated by just about any one of the characters created by Martin McDonagh, the writer/director whose latest film, “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” played at the Venice Film Festival Monday morning. Show More Summary