06:29 PM EDT 04/20/2015
Game of Thrones
Originally posted 04/19/2015 10:40PM
How did hissing ever stop being a thing? You still hear the expression "boo and hiss," but never really hear a crowd totally hiss in unison, just occasionally boo.
Originally posted 04/16/2015 12:20PM
There could be a familiar face on the shores of Westeros soon.
Ed Sheeran has revealed that he's already in talks with the producers of the hit HBO fantasy drama Game of Thrones to discuss a role in the show.
Originally posted 04/15/2015 01:50PM
They plays sisters on-screen and soul sisters off!
Sophie Turner, 19, and Maisie Williams, 17, not only grew up together on Game of Thrones, but they also became good friends at the same time. Turner plays Sansa Stark while Williams portrays her younger sister Arya in the HBO drama, which began its fifth season on April 12.
"We text daily," the U.K. born Turner tells PEOPLE. "We don’t ring each other up anymore!"
Originally posted 04/15/2015 11:05AM
There's a reason Sophie Turner is so obsessed with Twitter – it's like her own personal headhunter!
The Game of Thrones actress, who plays Sansa Stark on the addictive HBO drama, credits her 527,000 Twitter followers for tipping her off about the role of a young Jean Grey in the upcoming X-Men: Apocalypse.
Originally posted 04/13/2015 08:45AM
The actor also discusses the changes made about his character from book to screen
Originally posted 04/12/2015 11:30PM
Sunday's eagerly awaited Game of Thrones premiere gave fans plenty to talk about: The fantasy hit's first-ever flashback scene starred Mean Girl Cersei, a game-changing conversation between Tyrion (Peter Dinklage) and Varys (Conleth Hill) demanded a singularly unique recap, Daario's (Michiel Huisman) butt made a return appearance and one recurring character was subject to a brutal burning at the stake (a.k.a. what HBO's lawyers are planning to do to whoever leaked its Thrones screeners online).
Originally posted 04/12/2015 01:00PM
Spoilers ahead! Read on for the most prevalent fan theories about George R. R. Martin's fantasy series
Originally posted 04/12/2015 01:50PM
The first installment of George R.R. Martin's Song of Ice and Fire series of epic fantasy novels was released a whopping 19 years ago.
When HBO launched Game of Thrones in 2011, the devoted fandom that developed in the intervening years had a lot to say about the adaptation of the source material – and they still do (as is the right and beauty of a thriving fandom).
As season 5 of Thrones begins, it's safe to say fans of Martin's series are basically going to lose their minds over the latest developments – for better or for worse. While purists may not enjoy that events from the books are conflated or dropped entirely from season 5, less literal devotees may find themselves enjoying a tighter, cleaner narrative.
Originally posted 04/12/2015 01:00PM
Game of Thrones returns to HBO Sunday night, and whether you're more of a fan of the books or the televised series, you've surely got a few choice quotes from the franchise squirreled away for day-to-day use. (Our email signature is "Valor Morghulis.")
Originally posted 04/10/2015 04:50PM
The man who plays Jaime Lannister offers his take on the conclusion of the hit HBO show
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