(SPOILERS) Game of Thrones star Kit Harington tells a (suspiciously awesome) anecdote about how he had a hard time keeping the fate of his character Jon Snow a secret, even to total strangers.
Awesome Game Of Thrones
To promote their new of Game of Thrones signature notebooks, Moleskine commissioned Dadomani to recreate the HBO series’ opening credits using intricate papercraft models. The end result is decidedly shorter than the full credits, but no less impressive. Making of here.
While we wait anxiously for season 6 of Game of Thrones to begin, HBO has something to whet our appetites for the time being – a look at some of the amazing visual effects work that goes into the series. That flamethrowing crane dragon stunt was pretty epic.
(PG-13: Language) Alt Shift X breaks down the theories about one of the most mysterious characters in A Song of Ice and Fire and Game of Thrones – Varys the spymaster. What does he want? Can he solve the ice zombies and the dragons? Where’d he get his cool robes?
(PG-13) The Starks are changed forever, Daenerys marches on, and the Lannisters are ready to raise holy hell in the first real look we’ve had at the upcoming season. Get your trigger finger out and start hitting “pause” for clues as to the fates of your favorite characters.
(PG-13: Language, SPOILERS) Alt Shift X talks about the Horn of Winter, a legendary artifact in both HBO’s Game of Thrones and the novels. Supposedly, it has the power to bring down the Wall, but we don’t know exactly how it can do that or why it was made.
While Ramsay Bolton has proven to be an even bigger dick than Joffrey Baratheon, he was still quite the jerk. Regardless, the guys at BloodBlitz Comedy managed to scrape together enough footage of the boy king acting decent to paint him as a sympathetic character.