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George R.R. Martin Says Game of Thrones Ending Was Freeing as a Writer

Writing a fantasy epic is hard. Writing a fantasy epic while also competing with a television show that adapts said epic, and will finish before you? Apparently that’s way harder. Read More >>

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Read Game of Thrones’ Finale Script for a Glimpse at Some Bullshit

There were a lot of interesting ideas in Game of Thrones’ final episode, albeit ones dramatically rushed into, with disregard for actually setting them up over the course of a season (or several seasons) of television. Now, you can see some of the processes behind getting to where we got at the end of all things Game of Thrones yourself, via the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. And it’s...something. Read More >>

The Nevers, Joss Whedon’s Victorian Sci-Fi Series, Shares Its Full Cast of Colourful Characters

The last we heard about “Joss Whedon’s HBO show about Victorian ladies with superpowers,” also known as The Nevers, was a few months back, when Outlander’s Laura Donnelly snagged the lead. Until today, that is, with this robust list of character descriptions and the actors who’ve been cast. Read More >>

Westworld’s Comic-Con Panel Dove Into the Murky Ethics of A.I., in Our World and Delos’

More than a year has passed since we got the explosive finale of Westworld season two and it’ll be several more months until we find out what happens next. However, at Comic-Con 2019, the show’s creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy took the stage with stars Thandie Newton, Aaron Paul, Tessa Thompson, Evan Rachel Wood, and Jeffrey Wright, to talk about what’s up next for the world of robot theme parks. Read More >>

The His Dark Materials Comic-Con Panel Discussed Daemon Puppets, Religion and a Singing Lin-Manuel Miranda

With Game of Thrones gone, seems as good a time as any for a new fantasy epic to come into the picture. HBO looks to have that covered with BBC’s upcoming adaptation of His Dark Materialswhich made its San Diego Comic-Con debut this year. The panel had fun and got deep, diving into everything from daemon puppets, to how the show will handle religion, a controversial topic the previous film chose to ignore. Read More >>

Here’s What Happened at (Maybe) the Final Game of Thrones Comic-Con Panel Ever

After the polarising, controversial final season of Game of Thrones, fans had been wondering how the creators and stars would be greeted when they took the stage at San Diego Comic-Con 2019. Would it be the heroes welcome, like Jon Snow returning to Winterfell? Or an uncomfortable scenario, like Daenerys Targaryen after burning King’s Landing to the ground? Read More >>

Netflix is Bleeding Customers for the First Time in Years

Netflix would like you to know that despite a tidal wave of speculation that it’s not going to start serving you up ads. The stock market darling is suddenly losing subscribers and executives appear to be a little touchy about it. Halfway through its disastrous earnings report – in which it revealed it’s bleeding U.S. subscribers – the company explicitly addressed any insinuation about ads as, essentially, a crock of shit. Read More >>

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The Game of Thrones Creators Just Changed Their Mind About Appearing at SDCC

The men primarily responsible for Game of Thrones won’t be attending San Diego Comic-Con after all. David Benioff and DB Weiss have pulled out of the show just two days before they were scheduled to appear in front of a crowd of thousands. Read More >>

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All the Best Sci-Fi TV and Movies Coming to Comic-Con 2019

Yes, it’s called Comic-Con, but these days, the biggest news out of the annual convention usually isn’t about comics. It’s about comic book-inspired (or at least influenced) film and television. Things change though. Ten years ago, movies dominated SDCC. Five years ago, television started taking over. Now, it’s a mix, leaning more into TV with a strong focus on streaming content. Since there’s a tonne going on, we’ll pull out what we deem to be the most exciting movie, TV, and streaming panels of San Diego Comic-Con 2019. Read More >>

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Oh No, George R.R. Martin Feels Less Pressure to Finish His Books Now That Game of Thrones Is Over

With Game of Thrones now over, fans of the world George R.R. Martin created can turn their attention to the yet-to-be-published final two books in the series. Not that fans haven’t been doing that for a while now, of course...but it should come as no surprise that the author isn’t planning on speeding up his pace. Read More >>

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Exclusive: Watch Game of Thrones’ Ice Wall Climb Come to Life in Storyboard Form

Great visual storytelling starts with visuals to explain the storytelling. Storyboards, for example, are used to convey the drama and how the action of a scene is going to unfold long before cameras start rolling. A new book called Game of Thrones: The Storyboards dives deep into that aspect of the hit show, with detailed looks at key moments from the first seven seasons. Read More >>

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This 33-Disc Game of Thrones Complete Box Set is Gorgeous

If you’re going to release a complete box set for the entire series of Game of Thrones, that shit better be epic. And “epic” is exactly the word to describe “Game of Thrones: The Complete Collection,” a massive 33-disc set coming this December. Read More >>

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Cersei Lannister Rose to the Top of a Crumbling Kingdom

All Hail Cersei Lannister, First of Her Name, Queen of the Andals and the First Men, and Ruler of the Seven Kingdoms. Well...not anymore. Read More >>

How Jon Snow’s Story Came Full Circle

On Game of Thrones, Jon Snow seemed like a man who was destined for greatness. But he ended up right back where he started. Read More >>

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The Fiery Rise (and Nuclear Fall) of Daenerys Targaryen

In the game of thrones, you win, you die, or you live long enough to see yourself become the villain. Here’s one character’s journey from the beginning to the end of HBO’s Game of Thrones. Read More >>