It’s not exactly uncommon knowledge at this point that the never-released Game of Thrones pilot wasn’t just totally different to what we got; it was a downright disaster. But it eventually got reworked into something that sparked a cultural sensation is a miracle... and hoo boy, do David Benioff and D. B. Weiss know…
Game of Thrones has been getting ahead of the books by George R.R. Martin for a while now. But it’s also been diverging from the books in significant ways. So when we see an event that’s not in the books, it’s hard to tell if it’s a spoiler for Winds of Winter, or another sidetrack. Except we just got one big hint.
When HBO decided to make a TV series of George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire books, creators D.B. Weiss and David Benioff sat down with Martin and he told them how the story ends, in broad strokes. But now that the show is catching up to Martin's books, he's told them in much greater detail, character by…
Still reeling from the events of Game of Thrones Season Three? Exorcise your Red Wedding demons with the cast and creators of Game of Thrones, including George R.R. Martin, as they look back on this past season.
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You might already know that Game of Thrones filmed a pilot that never aired. With different actors playing Daenerys and Catelyn, and a few other changes. Not much is known about this earlier Thrones pilot, except for a few hints — but a copy of the script was posted online. Here's all the scoop about the Westeros you…
We were overjoyed the other day to read that the producers of HBO's Game of Thrones have no intention of having the show last 10 seasons, because that would "strangle the golden goose." Because they're right. Here's why 10 seasons of Thrones would be a very bad thing.
There's one hell of a dragon egg hidden in Game of Thrones season one. Turns out one of the many heads on a spike decorating King's Landing belonged to ex-president George Bush. Warning spoilers ahead.
Game of Thrones comes back for its second season on April 1, and there's just one question on everybody's mind: Can this show keep up the amazingly high standard it set in its first season?
Can you remake John Carpenter's They Live without the infamous alien-revealing sunglasses? The producer seems to think so. Hear what he has to say on possible They Live changes, and who he hired to update the screenplay.