George R.R. Martin’s Working on an Ice Dragon Movie That Has Nothing to Do With Game of Thrones

George R.R. Martin is living his very best life and doing whatever the hell he wants. Though it’s sure to disappoint some of his fans, the former Livejournal user is moving full steam ahead with a new animated film based one of his non-Game of Thrones books. But don’t worry, there’s still a dragon. Read More >>

Research Claims Game of Thrones Leak Turned More People Into Long-Term Pirates

The last few years haven't been great for Game of Thrones' secrecy, starting with the 2015 leak that saw the first four episodes of the fifth season leak to torrent sites. HBO had been concerned about what the leak would mean for its business, and according to new research it wasn't good. Apparently that leak helped breed a new generation of pirates, and the effects didn't just impact Game of Thrones. Read More >>

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Please Try to Be Surprised: George R.R. Martin’s The Winds of Winter is Definitely Not Coming in 2018

The sun rises in the east, and sets in the west. Everything has its time, and everything dies. These are constants in life on the planet Earth. Another constant: The next chapter in George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire saga, The Winds of Winter, has been delayed. Read More >>

A Brief History of George R.R. Martin’s Annoyance at Lady Stoneheart’s Exclusion From Game of Thrones

George R.R. Martin has two strong consistencies in his professional life. One is writing infuriatingly mouthwatering food descriptions. The other is repeatedly reminding the world that he’s still not over Game of Thrones cutting one of his favourite characters from the novels: Lady Stoneheart. Read More >>

Game of Thrones’ Mountain Beat a World Record… by Basically Lifting a Mountain

The Mountain might be a dead man walking on Game of Thrones, but Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson might be the most “alive” person on the entire planet. Over the weekend, he beat a world record by casually deadlifting 472 KG/1,041 pounds. Now, all we need is to see him bench press a dragon. Read More >>

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The Makers of Game of Thrones Are Writing and Producing New Star Wars Movies

If you thought the Solo trailer was the big Star Wars news of the week, think again. Breaking news from the galaxy far, far away tells us that the creators of another fantasy epic, HBO’s Game of Thrones, will soon be working on a whole new series of Star Wars films. Read More >>

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Royal Mail’s Game of Thrones Stamp Collection Has Been Unveiled

Winter is coming for Royal Mail, who have finally unveiled the designs of their 15 Game of Thrones stamps which were announced earlier this month. Why send a letter with the face of the Queen of England on it when you can send one with the Queen of Westeros? Read More >>

People Keep Asking Maise Williams To Put Them On Arya’s Kill List

Maise Williams appeared on The Graham Norton Show recently, and even though the final season of Game of Thrones won’t premiere for quite some time, conversation naturally turned to the show, and to an odd request Wiliams regularly receives. Read More >>

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It’s Official: HBO’s Game of Thrones Doesn’t Come Back Until 2019

Looks like we’re going to have to wait for at least one more normal winter to pass before Game of Thrones’ super-winter arrives. HBO has confirmed the eighth and final season of Game of Thrones will air in 2019. Read More >>

Unsurprisingly Games of Thrones Was the Most Pirated TV Show of 2017

The new year comes with many different things, like a hike in train prices, and having to deal with the half week before your bins get emptied again. It also comes with the many stats about the year just gone, including confirmation that Game of Thrones was once again the most pirated TV show of the past 12 months. Which shouldn't be a shock to anyone. Read More >>

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There’s a Reason Game of Thrones’ Dragons Might Make You Blush

In George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series, the author devotes a lot of time to fleshing out and differentiating between the various personalities of Daenerys’ three dragons. HBO’s Game of Thrones has done the same, albeit to a lesser extent, choosing instead to focus primarily on Drogon, the largest of the dragons. Read More >>

A Game of Thrones Character Just Published a Study on the Climate of Westeros

HBO’s Game of Thrones has some weird-ass climate patterns, and a mock journal article from the University of Bristol’s Cabot Institute this week tries to apply the scientific method to the “winter is coming” mantra. Read More >>

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See the Downfall of Dragons and the History of the Dragonpit in this Animated Game of Thrones Featurette

The longer Game of Thrones has gone on, the more and more it’s plunged into the nitty-gritty of George R.R. Martin’s fantastical setting and its most obscure concepts—so it’s good that HBO’s home releases are packed with little animated primers to keep you in the know when it comes to Westeros’ long history. And this new one is all about dragons. Read More >>

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Visiting Game Of Thrones’ Real-Life Locations

While Game of Thrones relies heavily on CG effects, it also uses tonnes of real-world locations to bring places like King’s Landing to life. Read More >>

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The Post-Apocalypse is a Little Less Bleak When You Have a Beloved Game of Thrones Star on Your Side

The year is 2054, and humanity’s prospects are very bleak in the wake of a devastating virus. London’s become an unstable wasteland of junk peddlers and wild-eyed zealots, but one tough, determined woman keeps it together for her much younger brother—until he’s spirited away by an unknown foe. Read More >>