When we started watching this dramatic video, we thought it was another clip from Game of Thrones. But it’s actually a commercial for the Washington Lottery. Trust us, it makes sense in the end.
The producers, actors and author George R.R. Martin himself give us a tour of some of the places – as well as their culture and atmosphere – we’ll see in the epic new HBO TV fantasy series.
Game Of Thrones premieres April 17 on HBO, and we are seeing and hearing more from the vengeful characters in this reveal. Raise your hand if you love relentless medieval scheming! (Thanks Colin!)
In 1348, as Europe falls under the shadow of the Plague, a fearsome knight is charged by the church to investigate talk of a necromancer who is able to bring the dead back to life in Black Death.
We’re getting a strong Gladiator vibe from this new trailer for Robin Hood, which is apt considering the talent: it’s directed by Ridley Scott and stars Russell Crowe. Thanks, Mike!
It may be called Season of the Witch, but this teaser (which shows a shaggy, medieval Nick Cage opposite Ron Perlman) screams zombie-flick: how do we know? “Cut off the head!”
Filled with lush visuals, this Creating a Living World video for Dragon Age: Origins explores the game’s universe–we were most surprised by the Dwarves, which are Aztec-inspired.
Sir Lancelot turns into Sir Spamalot in this The Robots Come Out At Knight t-shirt; castles are cool and all, but not against 50 foot tall metal monsters that spew cannon and flames.
Flip the bird in medieval style with these Steel Gauntlets; although they’re made with chrome-finished heavy steel, the fingers are open which you file those “knightly” TPS reports.
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