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Breaking Down All the Secrets and Surprises of the New Game of Thrones Trailer

It may be the first day of summer in the real world, but winter has come to Westeros in the form of a brand new trailer for Game of Thrones’ penultimate season. It’s jam-packed with footage that lines up with all the rumours we’ve been hearing about the show over the last year, so let’s break it all down to see what secrets we can uncover. Read More >>

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Watch Game of Thrones Characters Perform ‘I Will Survive’… Even Though Most of Them Won’t

As we gear up for the seventh series of Game of Thrones, it’s always fun to look back and remember those who’ve come and gone. There’s no better way than through song and dance... even if none of the characters are technically singing. Read More >>

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Has Jon Snow’s True Name Been Revealed?

A leaked page from an upcoming issue of Empire Magazine may have spilled the beans about Jon Snow’s birth name. If true, it would confirm a major fan theory and raise eyebrows about one of the series’ biggest prophecies. Read More >>

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Guess How Many Deaths There Have Been So Far on Game of Thrones

On Game of Thrones, death is one of the few things (aside from winter) that the people of Westeros and beyond know that they can rely on. The impermanence of life is one of the fundamental ideas that’s shaped both George R.R. Martin’s books and HBO’s series, but, as is often the case, it can be difficult to recall just how many people have died over the course of the story so far. Until now, that is. Read More >>

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Myrcella’s ‘Sweet’ Death on Game of Thrones Was Originally Going to Be So Much Ickier

Myrcella Baratheon wasn’t the first non-book death we got on Game of Thrones, but it was definitely one of the most surprising— mainly because it wasn’t as gruesome as we’ve come to expect on the show. Turns out, that was on purpose, as the actor has unveiled how much worse her demise was supposed to be. Read More >>

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Game of Thrones Decided to Set Even More People on Fire This Series, Because Sure, Why Not

Recently, we told you about Game of Thrones’ craziest stunt: a sequence in series five’s “The Dance of Dragons” which saw Dany’s dragon Drogon—or at least a ginormous flamethrower representing him—toast 20 people. But apparently the upcoming seventh series of the show has already topped that, naturally with even more fire. Read More >>

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New Game of Thrones Featurette Has Fresh Glimpses of the Costumes (and Characters) of Season Seven

As the penultimate season of Game of Thrones draws closer, we’re getting more and more looks at the storm about to sweep across Westeros. But not all clues can come in the form of explosive trailers — sometimes, we get to see them in between lavish shots of gorgeous costumes being prepared. Read More >>

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Make Your Game of Thrones Knowledge Even More Pretentious With This Harvard Course

Harvard University, one of the most prestigious schools in the world, is now tricking students into learning medieval mythology by watching Game of Thrones. And Fox News says college doesn’t prepare kids for the real world. Read More >>

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Relive Every Major Game of Thrones Death in This Clever Hand-Drawn Montage

So many characters have come and gone on Game of Thrones, sometimes it’s almost impossible to keep track. If you need a refresher on who’s kicked the Westerosi bucket, and how exactly they left this mortal coil, this hand-drawn video montage should do the trick. Read More >>

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Game of Thrones’ Final Season Is Going to Be Very, Very Short, Like Arya

The past six seasons of Game of Thrones have all managed to spread their stories of love, lust, murder, and war over uniform sets of 10 episodes each. Season seven’s shaking things up a bit by cutting down its episode count down to seven (the Faith of the Seven will be pleased,) but a new report says season eight will be even shorter. Read More >>

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All the Hints of the War to Come in Game of Thrones’ New Trailer

Yesterday we got our first good look at Game of Thrones’ seventh season, and boy howdy does it look like we’re in for some dark times ahead. But while the trailer is suitably cryptic, if you’ve been paying close attention to the rumours surrounding this penultimate season, it paints an intriguing picture of the battles coming to Westeros. Read More >>

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The New Game of Thrones Trailer Is Here, and Everyone Is Doomed

Our first good look at the next season of Game of Thrones is finally here, and it’s not just winter that’s coming to the Seven Kingdoms — it’s all-out war. Read More >>

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New Game of Thrones Season Seven Photos Reveal Where Daenerys and Arya Are Headed

Entertainment Weekly has a bunch of new Game of Thrones photos. And while a number of them are just sort of fun behind-the-scenes shots, two of them have pretty big implications. Read More >>

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GRRM Sets the Record Straight About HBO’s Five(!) Potential Game of Thrones Spin-Offs

Even though Games of Thrones will conclude after its eighth season next year, HBO is currently developing a whole mess of new shows set in Westeros. In a new Livejournal post, though, George R.R. Martin sheds new light on the five pilot scripts in the works and explains why he doesn’t like calling the projects “spinoffs.” Read More >>

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Reminder: George R. R. Martin Is Probably Never Going To Finish A Song Of Ice And Fire

It's been five years since the last book. It's been a year since the last update. We're only two (short) seasons away from the end of the TV series. Maybe it's time to face it: it's likely the A Song Of Ice And Fire books will never get finished. Read More >>