We’ve got even more confirmation that an actor from the original Star Wars trilogy will not be in The Last Jedi. Arrow has an unlikely guest star this week. There’s forking good news for The Good Place. Plus, new footage from the big CW/DC crossover, and Terry Gilliam talks The Man Who Killed Don Quixote. To me, my…
The Justice Department on Tuesday charged an Iranian national with hacking into HBO, as well as attempting to extort the television network for $6 million worth of bitcoin, according to an indictment filed Tuesday in the US District Court in Manhattan.
Laura Dern and Oscar Isaac dig into The Last Jedi’s mysterious Admiral Holdo. Henry Cavill discusses his hope for a bright future for Superman after Justice League. Black Panther director Ryan Coogler opens up about a Black Panther flashback. Plus, the stars of The Flash on the rising threat of this season’s villain.…
The Iron Throne is being replaced by a theater seat. HBO has partnered up with the Prince Charles Cinema in London for a four-day marathon screening of all 67 episodes of Game of Thrones. It’s the first time Game of Thrones has been shown in a theater in its entirety. And the best part? It’s entirely free.
Jason Momoa’s stint as Khal Drogo on Game of Thrones was notable but not exceptionally lengthy. Despite not having appeared on the show since 2012, however, Momoa hasn’t lost his Dothraki chops.
What came first: the chicken or the dragon? A recent interview with the team behind Game of Thrones’ mighty beasts shows how a visit to Trader Joe’s helped create some of the most powerful creatures in the history of television.
For Sale: One throne, slightly (okay very) used. Rightful rule of the seven Kingdoms not included.
You may not know who John Picacio is by name but, if you’ve been a fan of A Song of Ice and Fire, then you’ve seen his work illuminating the world created by George R.R. Martin’s books. The award-winning illustrator helped define the looks of Jon Snow, Eddard Stark and other iconic ASoIaF characters before casting…
Last year, Game of Thrones costume designer Michele Clapton revealed that some of the earlier season Night’s Watch fur cloaks were actually made from IKEA sheepskin rugs. With Halloween around the corner, io9 video is going to show you how to make a nice, easy, and cheap one of your own.
The past two seasons of Game of Thrones have centered around one major question: Who is Jon Snow? At the end of the latest one, we finally got a definitive answer—but it turns out the series’ biggest secret was hidden in plain sight years ago.
Game of Thrones fans are crushed after learning that a casting announcement has killed hopes of a “beloved” character returning for season eight—debunking a popular fan theory that, while kind of fun and silly, does not compute.
Some of our favorite science fiction and fantasy franchises are defined by the weapons in them. Star Wars has its lightsabers. Zelda’s Link has his Master Sword. These are the touchstones of each property, and artist Matt Ritchie is reimagining them all in a beautiful, colorful new way.
Game of Thrones has concluded its deep dive into how it’s made with HBO’s final installment of the behind-the-scenes series The Game Revealed, which goes into how they brought the wight from Beyond the Wall to un-life. And for the designers, singling out a single wight was tougher than building an army.
Fingers crossed that we don’t have to wait until 2019 for winter to end. Game of Thrones star Liam Cunningham has revealed that filming is set to start the week after next for the last season of the series.
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Game of Thrones is a show that was built on fan theories and Reddit forums. Sadly, there aren’t a lot of mysteries left to solve, although a new one was one added in the season seven finale: Does the undead dragon Viserion breathe fire or ice? The season finale’s director was quizzed on it; even Neil deGrasse Tyson …
The last season of Game of Thrones is approaching, and HBO has announced who will be at the helm for its final days—this includes the two guys who brought A Song of Ice and Fire to life in the first place.
Neil deGrasse Tyson must have binge-watched Game of Thrones because he cannot stop talking about the series on Twitter, including weighing in on the most pertinent scientific question of our time: Do Game of Thrones’ dragons make sense? Turns out, they’re not nearly as far-fetched as wights’ use of chains.
George R.R. Martin has shed some light about the fifth Game of Thrones prequel that he and GoT producer Bryan Cogman have pitched to HBO, which includes the depth of his involvement. And it’s a lot.