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A Game of Thrones
Originally posted 06/10/2014 02:20PM
The master of literary misery, the killer of your favorite characters, George R.R. Martin has offered up his services as a hired hit man.
As part of a campaign to raise money for Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary and The Food Depot of Santa Fe, the Game of Thrones author has come up with an interesting incentive. The first two donors to give $20,000 were guaranteed to have a character, who meets a grisly death, named after them in an upcoming Song of Fire and Ice novel.
Originally posted 06/08/2014 10:15PM
Originally posted 06/05/2014 07:45AM
"A day will come when you think you are safe and happy, and then you will see this picture of Peter Dinklage in high school."
Originally posted 04/03/2014 08:00AM
Playing Dungeons and Dragons is one thing, but this may take role-playing games to a whole new level.
Game of Thrones fanatics have always had the lengthy source material of George R. R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire book series to help them bide their time between seasons, but there are actual locations around the world that can serve as playgrounds to live in just like Ned Stark or Robert Baratheon ... except, well, for those who are still alive.
Here are 5 real-life estates that could serve as the next vacation spot for you and your sun and stars.
Originally posted 03/26/2014 04:00PM
It's a match made in ratings heaven.
Netflix's binge-worthy Beltway thriller House of Cards lands in Game of Thrones' Westeros in this ingenious mashup from – of all sources – hot-sandwich chain Quiznos.
Originally posted 03/26/2014 10:40AM
"Students, today's class will contain spoilers…"
That was the warning made by one Belgian math teacher, who threatened to reveal major Game of Thrones plot spoilers if his noisy class didn't calm down, according to the Telegraph.
Originally posted 06/07/2013 04:30PM
If you were too busy crying underneath your bed after Sunday night's Game of Thrones episode – or unable to look at anything on the Internet that wasn't this adorable cat hug – we've got your cheat sheet to what happened online.
Originally posted 04/07/2013 04:20PM
HBO's Game of Thrones, now at the start of its third season, seems to have been weighted into a catapult and sent soaring through the air: What was already a massive hit has become a buzzed-about, addictive phenomenon.
The show is – as one says, of such epic productions – teeming with characters. It swarms with plots, subplots and side-plots. If you missed the first two seasons, you might be afraid to just jump in. Don't be.
Just remember that everyone's motive is essentially the same: Win the Iron Throne and control all the kingdoms. (Think of Jerry Seinfeld chasing down the marble rye, but there are hundred of Jerrys and only one loaf.)
Oh, and everyone wants to avoid being brutally slaughtered.
You'll be hooked fast enough, and you'll develop your own set of obsessions to anticipate each week. These are mine:
Originally posted 06/01/2012 07:00PM
Guess you could say she paid the iron spice.
Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams, who plays tough-as-nails Arya Stark on the HBO favorite, attempted the "cinnamon challenge" – an Internet meme where people attempt to eat a tablespoon of cinnamon and go a minute without drinking anything (and film the results, of course).
Trying "loads" of cinnamon, the actress, 15, manages to keep the cinnamon down for a few seconds before spitting it out in a cloud of smoke ... much like a dragon.
"Why is this so entertaining, watching people suffer?" her friend asks. Williams would know: The brutal Game of Thrones is a runaway hit.
– Cara Lynn Shultz
Originally posted 07/14/2011 04:20PM
While HBO's epic fantasy series Game of Thrones has stirred much debate over its nudity and violence, Peter Dinklage's scene-stealing turn as Tyrion Lannister has been almost universally praised, even scoring the American actor an Emmy nomination for outstanding supporting actor in a drama series.
His recognition should come as no surprise to fans of the show and author George R. R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire book series, on which Thrones is based, but for newbies looking to understand Dinklage's appeal, here's a few reasons why we think the actor, 42, deserves Emmy gold for bringing Tyrion to life:
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