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This Is Why A Hollywood Screenwriter Called The Unaired 'Game Of Thrones' Pilot A 'Complete Piece Of Sh*t'

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Podcast listeners looking for a new fix should seek out Scriptnotes, hosted by John August (the screenwriter of Go, Big Fish, and several other Tim Burton projects) and Craig Mazin (the screenwriter of The Hangover sequels and Identity Thief). 646 more words

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TV: Game of Thrones will be around for a little longer

HBO wants two more seasons of Game of Thrones

The Hollywood Reporter is running with news that HBO programming president Michael Lombardo told a handful of reporters, at the Television Critics Association winter press tour, that the cable network is nearing a deal to renew Game of Thrones for seasons 7 and 8. 351 more words

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‘Game Of Thrones’ Director Jeremy Podeswa On Sansa Stark’s Rape Scene & "Propulsive" Season 6 - Emmys

Before his work on Season 5 and the upcoming Season 6 of HBO’s Game of Thrones, Emmy-nominated director Jeremy Podeswa has worked on such hit series as… 1,291 more words

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Max von Sydow joins Game of Thrones

The Three-Eyed Raven is getting a makeover in season six of “Game of Thrones” — Variety has confirmed that Ming himself – Max von Sydow will take over the role, which was originated by Struan Rodger in the season four finale of the HBO drama: 151 more words

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Is Game of Thrones Too Brutal?

The fifth season of Game of Thrones, one of my favourite shows on TV right now and also one of the most violent, has just come to an end and I’m not really sure what to make of it. 2,757 more words

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True Life: I am a 'Game of Thrones Fan'

*Warning: this post contains spoilers*

Dear George R.R. Martin, David Benioff, D.B. Weiss, and Game of Thrones fans everywhere,

I would like to issue a formal apology. 838 more words

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Game of Thrones, season five

HBO, what have you done to us? Ten episodes. Ten weeks. Now another year to wait until the events of season five can be further explained. 536 more words