06:34 PM EDT 04/20/2015
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 04/12/2015 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 08:40AM
Game of Thrones is known for its most shocking moments – brutal massacres, gratuitous sex, horrific weddings, gut-wrenching tragedy (plus, literal gut-wrenching). But aside from shaking us to our core on a weekly basis, the HBO hit teaches us about what it means to be – and succeed as – a human being in a cruel, unforgiving world.
Originally posted 03/20/2015 09:25AM
Take the themes of love, power and revenge – stir in two gruesome murders, a prophecy of death and enough sexual innuendo to burn down the whole of Westeros – and there you have the first episode of Game of Thrones season 5 (spoiler alert).
Everyone's favorite naughty dwarf, Tyrion Lannister (Peter Dinklage), is safe after killing his dad and his lover and getting smuggled out of Westeros by Varys (Conleth Hill). Varys tries to persuade Tyrion to follow a new leader: "Westeros needs to be saved from itself," Varys says. He seems to favor the white-haired beauty Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) as a contender for the throne.
Originally posted 03/19/2015 07:20AM
Send a raven. Game of Thrones is back.
And there couldn't possibly have been a more fitting location for Wednesday night's season 5 world premiere than the Tower of London.
Kit Harington, Natalie Dormer and Charles Dance were among the stars from the acclaimed HBO fantasy drama who brought Westeros to London, where the walls of the "Bloody Tower" were emblazoned with illuminated projections of dragons and flames that flickered along the red carpet.
Even the much-coveted Iron Throne found its way to to the historic fortress, which just happens to be circled by ravens – though not the three-eyed kind.
Originally posted 03/09/2015 02:30PM
So speaks Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) in the latest promo for the return of Game on Thrones to HBO next month.
Along with Daenerys's vow to "break the wheel," the latest trailer promises lots of swordplay and a very scary, fire-breathing dragon. We also catch a glimpse of Jon Snow (Kit Harington) trying to rally the Wildlings.
Oh, and then there are those ominous warning signs that winter is most definitely coming.
Originally posted 01/06/2015 12:40PM
Game of Thrones' fifth season doesn't premiere until the spring, but you won't have to wait that long to get your fix.
HBO and IMAX have partnered to bring the award-winning series to the big screen – what better way to fully immerse yourself in the sex, carnage and witty Lannister repartee?
From Jan. 23–29, the network will screen a full-length trailer of the upcoming season and the last two episodes of season 4 in 150 IMAX screens across the U.S.
Originally posted 12/23/2014 03:20PM
In a new trailer from HBO rounding up the best of 2014 – and what's to come for 2015 – a precious few scenes are devoted to the highly anticipated fifth season of the network's most violent, bloody and incest-filled game of royal musical chairs.
Take it all in, people, because these moments (found at 1:38 in the video above) are precious but fleeting.
Originally posted 10/30/2014 01:00PM
Yes, George R. R. Martin, we know that every man must die. But that doesn't make the deaths on Game of Thrones any less painful to watch. Fortunately, HBO just made sure that many of the fan favorites could stay around for a lot longer.
The principal stars of the hit HBO drama – who include Peter Dinklage (Tyrion Lannister), Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Jaime Lannister), Lena Headey (Cersei Lannister) and Kit Harington (Jon Snow) – signed new contracts to keep them around for a potential seventh and final season (and give them massive raises), according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Originally posted 08/25/2014 06:00PM
You could say that Emilia Clarke's Daenerys Targaryen is the heart of Game of Thrones, and you might also say that Maisie Williams's Arya Stark is its soul. But no one would deny that Tyrion Lannister, memorably portrayed by Peter Dinklage, is the HBO fantasy series's brain.
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