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HBO - Making Game of Thrones

HBO - Making Game of Thrones
Seven thousand lucky fans – some in costume – attended the 'Game of Thrones' Ultimate Fan Experience at Barclays Center last night. The festivities included Common's performance of his 'Catch the Throne' track, “The Ladder,” a marching band rendition of the show's theme song, and a screening of the Season 4 premiere episode. One lucky winner took home a life-sized Iron Throne, which author George R.R. Martin noted is "the perfect accessory to a New York City apartment." Cast members Maisie Williams, Sibel Kekilli and John Bradley answered questions doled out by Hodor himself, Kristian Nairn. Here's what had fans cheering:

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Interactive Game of Thrones map reveals fantasy world in unprecedented detail Map's scale is based on the length of the fictitious Wall, which is stated in the book as as being 300 miles longLocations are plotted by nodes with cities as stars and circles for towns To avoid spoilers, users can slide to the chapter or episodes they’ve seenIt also shows character paths for the main people mentioned in the books By Victoria Woollaston Published: 12:34 GMT, 23 April 2014 | Updated: 14:46 GMT, 23 April 2014 Game of Thrones has just entered its fourth season on Sky, but whether you're watching the shows or have read all the books, it can be tricky keeping track of what's going on. Worry not though - a digital cartographer has created an interactive map of the fantasy world complete with character paths and links to the Game of Thrones Wiki.

Season two soundtrack details and release date Season two soundtrack details and release date The soundtrack for season two of Game of Thrones was originally set to be released on May 29th, but it has been pushed back to June 19th. You can pre-order it on Amazon . However, the full track listing has now been released. Here it is (some vague spoilers): Secrets Behind 'Game of Thrones' Opening Credits (Video) Angus Wall of the company Elastic got Emmy noms for Big Love's and Rome's title design and a win for Carnivale, plus a Social Network editing Oscar. But what's hotter now is his genius opening title sequence for HBO's critical smash Game of Thrones. HBO wanted something like the map that begins books like The Lord of the Rings. "We wanted to do something different from the standard tropes for fantasy maps," Wall tells THR. "So we came up with the idea of a world inside a sphere." STORY: 'Game of Thrones' Renewed for Second Season

Game of Thrones’ 8 Most WTF Scenes: Twincest Rape, Shadow Baby, George W. Bush’s Head, and More As New Orleans kicks off its 44th Jazz and Heritage Festival this weekend, gospel, Bounce, the Blues, and the Boss reaffirm the city’s reputation as a hospitable cradle for all things musical. The Gospel Tent at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, which opens today, is where Southern culture achieves an apex. In a region still addled by race, where a hard white majority marches to the disinformation drumbeat of Fox News, the Gospel Tent is a place of wonder and witness. Southern whites crave a feeling of innocence in the presence of blacks.

Chucky (Child's Play) Charles Lee (born March 9), known as the "Lakeshore Strangler," is a serial killer obsessed with voodoo who is on the run from the police in 1988 Chicago. After his driver and partner Eddie Caputo abandons him in his van to escape the police, Charles takes refuge in a toy shop. Here, he is shot by homicide detective Mike Norris. Aware he is mortally wounded, Charles swears revenge on Mike and Eddie before transferring his soul into a Good Guy doll via a voodoo ritual. Thunder and lightning destroy the store due to the ritual. Mike finds Charles' body in the aftermath, believing him to be dead.

My Mom Watches Game Of Thrones 15th April 2014 Photo reblogged from with 322 notes My mom on Dany’s storyline: OH! And Dany…she’s going to do something with that pyramid. About "Chucky Did it" At the beginning of the Liberian civil war (1989), there was a phrase: " Chucky Did It," written on the official cars driven by Charles Taylor and his NPFL rebel officials. The nickname of Taylor's son is ''Chucky'', but this couldn't have been the meaning of the phrase written on the cars. Did anybody think about the meaning of this phrase? 'Game of Thrones' Story Editor Bryan Cogman on Brienne of Tarth, Sexposition, and Women In Fantasy By Alyssa Rosenberg on April 20, 2012 at 11:37 am "‘Game of Thrones’ Story Editor Bryan Cogman on Brienne of Tarth, Sexposition, and Women In Fantasy" Last week’s episode of Game of Thrones, “What Is Dead May Never Die,” was my favorite of the show’s run so far, full of marvelous character development and deep attention to questions of fealty, faith, sexual identity, and courage. Bryan Cogman, who wrote the episode, and serves as story editor and keeper of the Game of Thrones mythology, was kind enough to take the time to answer some questions about “What Is Dead May Never Die,” and about sexposition, his relationship to the Game of Thrones fan community, the awesomeness of getting to introduce Brienne of Tarth, and the crazy suggestions that women don’t like fantasy. In a few cases, there’s a kind of energy a certain actor possesses that inevitably informs how we write the character.

Read 'A Song of Ice and Fire'? Talk 'Game of Thrones' here! Welcome back to the Game of Thrones TV Book Club, a discussion space for Thrones viewers who have also read the five books (so far) of George R. R. Martin’s Song of Ice and Fire series. And this week, Darren Franich and Hillary Busis have quite a bit of material to cover, since “Oathkeeper” featured a whole assortment of TV inventions that ran the gamut from “extrapolation” to “outright invention.” Join us on our journey into the ever-widening gulf between the Book-Westeros and TV-Westeros!

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