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SXSW announces "Game of Thrones" showrunners and other speakers

SXSW is two months away! We repeat–two months away! As we get closer, SXSW is rolling out the announcements of speakers, music headliners, and opening night films, and we have the scoop so you won’t be feeling any #FOMO. 690 more words

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George R.R. Martin Teases 'Game Of Thrones' Prequel: Emmys Backstage

Tonight after the show won its second consecutive Outstanding Drama Series Emmy, the cast and crew of HBO’s Game Of Thrones went backstage to talk about the win. 172 more words

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'Game of Thrones' Sound Mixers Honed 'Battle of the Bastards' Episode's War Cries

When creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss predicted that season six of “Game of Thrones” would be “the best one yet,” some wondered if the declaration was a publicity ploy. 364 more words


Game of Thrones S7 teasers: showrunners hint The Wall is about to crumble

Game of Thrones’ sixth season was HBO’s most ambitious yet what with all its epic battles, bloody score-settling and the resurrection of a certain major character, but already attention is turning to what the future holds for the people of Westeros in season seven. 480 more words


David Benioff & D.B. Weiss On 'Game Of Thrones' Season 6 And What's Next For Westeros - Awardsline

For Game Of Thrones creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, a staggering 23 Emmy nominations was an apt capper for Season 6. It was the most ambitious season yet for an HBO series that featured epic battles, bloody score-settling, shocking twists, extinguished long running characters and a major character rising from the dead (and President Obama asking if Jon Snow was really gone forever), as Benioff & Weiss invented much of the narrative after they blew past the books of George R.R. 3,232 more words

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The Details For 'GAME OF THRONES' Live Concert Experience

HBO and Live Nation announced today that fans will be able to travel to the world of Westeros like never before with a little something called,  350 more words