Viewers are just a few weeks away from the impending return of "Game of Thrones." For the past two seasons, the series has delivered on the sex, blood, and medieval drama. In case you missed it, we had the season three trailer for your viewing pleasure. The trailer promises "death is coming for everyone and everything" in the upcoming season. Now let's see what else this season might have to offer audiences.
The outstanding Brooklyn band The Hold Steady recorded the racous drinking song, "The Bear and the Maiden Fair" for the upcoming third season of "Game of Thrones." The song was written by "Thrones" author George R.R. Martin and show composer Ramin Djawadi. Showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weis told EW:
HBO's "Game of Thrones'" twitter account tweeted the following character posters for the upcoming third season of the smash series based upon George R.R. Martin books to get you guys sufficiently jazzed. Check out the whole gang below!
Fresh off of their series of Oscar-themed posters, Mondo has announced that they've teamed up with HBO for a gallery event featuring art inspired by "Game of Thrones." Plus, a new series of posters based on the series is on the way.
Fans of George R. R. Martin's "A Storm of Swords" have wondered how HBO will be able to adapt the first half of the novel into the third season of HBO's "Game of Thrones." The answer, apparently, is put more dragons in it--at least based on the latest trailer for the March premiere.
Can Tyrion wrest control away from his increasingly mad nephew? Will the Starks get their vengeance upon the Lannisters? Are we going to see actual dragon fire?
The annual fan run Doctor Who convention Gallifrey One is in full swing in Los Angeles, which can only mean one thing: lots and lots of Daleks. Yesterday we brought you some of the best Gallifrey Cosplay, and today our photographer Bryan Gateb was on hand to capture even more Gallifreyan goodness, including what some of your favorite Who actors look like out of make-up: Read More...
You saw speculation on MTV Splashpage about what villain 'Game of Thrones' Peter Dinklage is playing in ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’ this morning… But thanks to a tipster who prefers to remain anonymous, but is extremely reliable, we can tentatively confirm: Dinklage is playing Bolivar Trask, inventor of the mutant hunting robot Sentinels in the movie sequel.
Which makes a lot of sense: there’s already been rumors of Sentinels in the movie, which this fits right in with; there are also Sentinels in the dystopian future of the comic book version of Days of Future Past; and most importantly, Dinklage, in this Variety article is called the “main antagonist,” not the villain. Why is that last part important?
For that little bit, we’ve got to go into who Bolivar Trask is in the comics: Read More...
At Toy Fair, Dark Horse gave us an exclusive first look at the beautifully sculpted statue of one of "Game of Thrones'" undead White Walkers and we're thrilled to be able to show it off. Also, you'll get to see Peter Dinklage in statue form, ready for battle as Tyrion, and a pair of lovely "Thrones" bookends.
See your first look at the White Walker and more below!
Seeking to top their already-formidable announcement about Archer toys, Factory Entertainment has announced they’ve gotten the license to the Emmy-winning HBO fantasy series Game of Thrones. Get your ravens ready, because you’re going to want to tell all your friends about this one.
"Game of Thrones: The Complete Second Season" is hitting Blu-ray with HBO Select, DVD and digital download on February 19 and we've got an exclusive look at one of the many bonus features, "Inner Circle" featuring Kit Harrington (Jon Snow) dishing on his experiences shooting the series in Iceland.
HBO released a TON of official pics of the complete cast of the next season of "Game of Thrones." These shots provide your first looks at new characters Mance Rayder, the Reed siblings and lots of old favorites.
If I had a time machine the first thing I would do is travel to March 31st, 2013 so I could watch the "Game of Thrones" third season premiere. Unfortunately, I don't have time machine, so the official "Game of Thrones" production diary has been getting a lot of my attention. And they recently released a new behind the scenes video, dubbed "Molding the Book Into a Series."