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What does the future hold for the citizens of Westeros? The prequel series "House of the Dragon" just scored a straight to series order, and a few more are waiting in the wings as well. Here’s everything we know about the state of the "Game of Thrones" franchise so far.
During a visit to "The Tonight Show," Clarke told Jimmy Fallon that one of her castmates admitted to her that he was the one who left the infamous Starbucks cup on set.
It's become almost comical. On Monday, “Game of Thrones” showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss became the latest high-profile talents to part ways with the “Star Wars” universe before their movies hit theaters. They're part of a revolving door of A-list directors who have found it impossible to realize their visions in a corporate culture […]
HBO has ordered “Game of Thrones” prequel series “House of the Dragon” straight to series, HBO programming president Casey Bloys announced during WarnerMedia’s media event on Tuesday.Co-created by George R.R. Martin and “Colony” co-creator Ryan Condal, the 10-episode spinoff is set in the early days of Westeros and focused on House Targaryen. “House of the Dragon” is based on Martin’s “Fire & Blood” book, and takes place 300 years before the events of “Game of Thrones,” which wrapped its eight-season run earlier this year.House Targaryen is the family that Emila Clarke’s Daenerys belonged to, along with her brother Viserys (Harry Lloyd) and nephew Aegon Targaryen a.k.a. Jon Snow (Kit Harington).Also Read: 'Game of Thrones' Prequel Pilot Starring Naomi Watts Scrapped by HBOMiguel Sapochnik — who directed several fan-favorite episodes of “GoT,” such as “The Long Night,” “Battle of the Bastards” and “Hardhome” — and Condal will serve as co-showrunners on the series and executive produce alongside Martin and Vince Gerardis. Sapochnik will direct the pilot and additional episodes.“The ‘Game of Thrones’ universe is so rich with stories,” Bloys said. “We look forward to exploring the origins of House Targaryen and the earlier days of Westeros along with Miguel, Ryan and George.”The “House of the Dragon” announcement came hours after news broke that the “Game of Thrones” prequel pilot starring Naomi Watts had been scrapped at HBO. Ordered to pilot last year, that untitled project from Martin and “Kingsman” screenwriter Jane Goldman was set thousands of years before the events of the original “Game of Thrones” series in the era known as the Age of Heroes.Also Read: HBO Max Finally Sets PriceProduction on the now-dead pilot wrapped over the summer, Bloys told reporters during the Television Critics Association press tour in July. At the time, he also told TheWrap the pay TV channel has one or two more “GoT” spinoff scripts it is “possibly” considering ordering to pilot, “But we’re gonna see what happens with this one.”And now we know what happened.See the logo for “House of the Dragon” below.HBORead original story ‘Game of Thrones’ Prequel ‘House of the Dragon’ Ordered Straight to Series at HBO At TheWrap
EXCLUSIVE: HBO has more Game of Thrones in the pipeline, but the prequel written by Jane Goldman and starring Naomi Watts is no longer happening. Showrunner Goldman has been emailing the cast and crew of the project to tell them that the pilot is dead, we hear. The development has not been confirmed by HBO. […]
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Archie Andrews and Jon Snow are preparing for battle. E! on Wednesday released the full list of 2019 People's Choice Awards nominees, and it's a regular Sophie's Choice of TVLine staples. Game of Thrones leads the pack with eight nominations, while Riverdale and Stranger Things follow closely behind with seven. The winners will be announced […]
Disney announced at the D23 Expo in Anaheim, Calif., that the actor, who portrayed Jon Snow on "Game of Thrones," will appear in 2020’s "The Eternals."
One scene in the final season left her "incredibly upset" on behalf of her character, Brienne of Tarth.
SPOILER ALERT: This interview contains details of the final season of Game of Thrones. Alfie Allen joined nine of his Game of Thrones cast-mates with Emmy nominations this year—his first recognition from the TV Academy—as the blockbusting HBO megaseries drew to a close. He self-submitted, feeling the time was right to take a shot, even […]
Geroge R.R. Martin is sticking to his original plan when it comes to the future of "Game of Thrones." In an interview with The Observer, Martin claimed that HBO's controversial ending for the series would have no affect on the endings of the last two novels. “No, it doesn’t. It doesn’t change anything at all," […]
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The newly released script puts to rest some of the speculation surrounding the final season of HBO's epic fantasy drama.
(Warning: This post contains spoilers for the series finale of “Game of Thrones” — if that wasn’t already obvious) The 2019 Emmy-nominated screenplays have been posted online by the Television Academy, which means, yes, the series finale of “Game of Thrones” is now available for your reading pleasure. If you are up to reliving it today, that is. Penned by showrunner D.B. Weiss and David Benioff, “The Iron Throne” is the only episode from the fantasy series’ final season that was submitted by HBO for a writing Emmy — and is widely considered to be the most divisive episode from the show’s eight-season run. Also Read: HBO Is Still 'Possibly' Considering 1 or 2 More 'Game of Thrones' Spinoff Scripts, Casey Bloys Says The backlash from some fans regarding the show’s ending is a topic Benioff and Weiss have yet to address, as the two were scheduled to participate in a Q&A during the show’s farewell panel at San Diego Comic-Con earlier this month, but dropped out at the last minute. If you’ve recovered from however you felt after watching the finale, which aired May 19, then you can find the script here and dissect away. Other Emmy-nominated screenplays for...