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But a pilot hasn't been ordered yet, despite reports
George RR Martin is extremely excited about the "terrific" scripts for the upcoming Game of Thrones spin-off based on his history of the Targaryen dynasty, but he says—and he's really very, very sorry, everyone—that reports a pilot is on the way are wide of the ...
 
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It'll reportedly take place during the Targaryen civil war.
HBO’s Game of Prequels has already taken a few twists and turns as the field that began with five Game of Thrones precursor series in development has been whittled down to the few strongest contenders. The first prequel, from Kingsman and Kick-Ass writer Jane Goldman, is already in production, and will ...
 
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"This one is just a mistake," said David Benioff, "and it’s kind of funny to us now."
Game of Thrones’ final season was packed full of instantly unforgettable moments—Arya vanquishing the Night King, the long-awaited Cleganebowl, the death of Queen Daenerys. But there was an almost equally memorable moment that made its way into the show entirely by accident—the appearance of ...
 
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“Should I get myself one?”
At six feet, eight inches tall and 425lbs, Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson—one of the planet’s strongest men and the dude who played the fearsome Sir Gregor ‘The Mountain’ Clegane in Game of Thrones—is one big-ass mound of muscle.The 30-year-old once tried to squeeze himself into ...
 
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He's very happy not to have to try and keep up any more.
George RR Martin is really quite glad that the TV series of Game of Thrones is over at last, if he's being completely honest.The stress of trying to keep pace with the TV series up to the end of the fifth season dried up ...
 
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"You can’t please everybody, so you’ve got to please yourself."
In a new interview with The Guardian, author George R.R. Martin revealed that he’s not going to let Game of Thrones’ ending—or the backlash it sparked—change the plots of the last two books in his A Song of Ice and Fire series. ...
 
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David Benioff and DB Weiss are said to be helping get the billion-dollar series off the ground
David Benioff and DB Weiss have kept a low profile since the end of Game of Thrones, which is perhaps understandable given the flak that got thrown their way by a hardcore of deeply upset—no, not upset, deeply insulted - ultras.There was that Reddit campaign ...
 
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He's as annoyed as you are about Cersei and Jaime's ending.
Despite Marvel announcing somewhere between 15 and 20 new films and series this weekend, not everyone at Comic-Con was thinking about the future.Seth Rogen spent a fair bit of his Comic-Con appearance for Preacher lobbing hand grenades at the absent Game of Thrones showrunners. David Benioff ...
 
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"There was that kind of weird feeling of, ‘What the hell? We worked so hard.'"
Game of Thrones’ final season divided fans, and those who weren’t onboard with the way things shook out for Jon Snow, Arya Stark, and Westeros’ other heroes didn’t keep quiet about it. Millions signed a petition asking to have the season remade, others Google bombed ...
 
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That's a lot of kingdoms.
We've had precious little to go on regarding the Game of Thrones prequel spin-off. Sure, the cast list's out there and we know it'll dig into the Stark family mythos, but until now the main discussion has been about whether the Targaryens will be there in full ...
 
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Everything you need to know about the new fantasy series starring Henry Cavill.
For anyone not familiar with the video games or the indie book series, photos of Henry Cavill with a luxurious long, white wig from the upcoming Witcher series might look pretty bizarre. But the series, which debuts later this year on Netflix, comes from ...
 
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Here's everything you need to know about HBO's first prequel that's currently filming.
Though we might never know the ultimate fate of Jon Snow, or where Drogon brought Daenerys' body, HBO's exploration of Westeros isn't over, what with the production of a Game of Thrones prequel. The coming years could bring as many as three prequels, according to ...
 
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Google 'bad writers'.
David Benioff and DB Weiss have been targeted by a Reddit vendetta.Just when you thought the murder rate in Westeros was set to drop precipitously, it looks like we've got another set of bodies on our hands. The names: David Benioff and ...
 
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Death by falling bricks was a bit anticlimactic for the greatest queen of Westeros.
For years, Cersei Lannister was one of Game of Thrones’ most compellingly detestable villains, a truly batshit queen who ordered babies murdered and drove her own son to suicide but always remained surprisingly and somewhat sympathetically human. Then she met her end, terrified ...
 
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Miguel Sapochnik also says he was strictly "visually policed" by showrunners
Now that the dust's settled on the final season of Game of Thrones and it's more clear than ever that that daft petition about remaking it isn't going to have any effect, we can admit that season eight was actually fine. Come on, it ...
 
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Westeros' own Taggart has cracked the case
The enduring mystery of how a coffee cup came to be left right in front of Daenerys during the last season of Game of Thrones is up there with Murder on the Orient Express in terms of its apparent inexplicability.Fortunately, though, Sophie Turner has been in her low-lit ...
 
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A Song of Ice and Fire readers should prepare for another controversial ending.
The good news for anyone who thought the final few seasons of Game of Thrones were an absolute mess is that there are more books coming! Yes, George R.R. Martin is allegedly writing the finale to his series—which he's been working on since the '70s. But, the ...
 
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A finale has no leaks
Game of Thrones clearly went to extreme measures to avoid leaks of the final season, going so far as to bring in decoys for one pivotal scene.New HBO documentary The Last Watch has revealed some big behind-the-scenes secrets for season 8, including how it invited ...
 
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Same, to be honest.
To think that the Game of Thrones creators knew that Bran Stark would end up on the Iron Throne when they were first promoting Season One is a bit of a stretch. At that time, they had no idea that the show would be such a ...
 
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That's no way to go out
Note: contains spoilers for the final season of Game of Thrones.No matter what you think about the divisive Game of Thrones finale, there's no escaping the fact that showrunners David Benioff and DB Weiss lived up to the cutthroat nature of George RR Martin's books. ...
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