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There is nothing more beautiful for a warrior than a perfectly made suit of armor. Here, Costume Armor Supervisor Simon Brindle takes us behind the scenes of HBO’s epic fantasy Game of Thrones, based on the George R.R. Martin “Song of Ice and Fire” series.
Game of Thrones is coming to HBO in April 2011. »
- Lillian 'zenbitch' Standefer
"...'Doctor Tom' really didn't know what he was getting into when he helped the mysterious woman, known only as 'Cat'. On the run from the police, federal agents, and the equally mysterious 'Thane,' Tom finally steps through one of Cat's 'doorways', only to find that it may not be that easy to find one home..."
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- Michael Stevens
If you didn’t catch the preview of Game of Thrones before the season finale of Boardwalk Empire on HBO this past Sunday, no worries! We’ve got the ten-minute behind-the-scenes look at the heavily anticipated series right here. Find out what the series is all about in the behind the scenes featurette below.
Executive producer George R.R. Martin, whose books the series is based upon, executive producer/writer D.B. Weiss, and stars Sean Bean, Lena Headey, Peter Dinklage, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, and Kit Harington talk about what makes Game of Thrones unlike any other series on television.
Inside Game of Thrones
Game of Thrones starts in April, on HBO.
Read more about Game of Thrones here. »
- Lillian 'zenbitch' Standefer
HBO's newest grandiose drama, Game of Thrones, will premiere in April 2011, but HBO has finally released some footage and promotional photos of the cast. Before the finale of Boardwalk Empire this past weekend, HBO aired a 10 minute video that was essentially a behind-the-scenes/making-of look at the show. The author of the series, George R.R. Martin, provides his insight, along with the show's creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss.
The video also shows footage from the first few episodes of the series. The photos below that showcase various members of the cast.
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HBO had been pretty stingy with sneak peeks of its new series "Game of Thrones" -- but that ended on Sunday.
Prior to the season finale of "Boardwalk Empire" Sunday night (Dec. 5), HBO aired a 10-minute making-of/preview special for "Game of Thrones." It was the usual mix of teaser footage, behind-the-scenes info and talking heads with the cast and crew -- but it was also the first extended look fans have gotten at the show.
The video -- which features interview segments with author George R.R. Martin, whose novels form the basis of the series, as well as creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss -- is at the end of the post. But we also wanted to share a few new photos HBO has posted of the cast. Up above is Sean Bean ("The Lord of the Rings") as Eddard "Ned" Stark, and below is Lena Headey ("Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles »
Winter is coming... in April! Last night HBO showed a 10 minute behind-the-scenes feature for "Game of Thrones" before the season finale of "Boardwalk Empire." In it HBO revealed that its hot new show will be debuting in April 2011. There's also plenty of awesome character reveals (Petyr Baelish!) and scene sneak previews (Jon Snow and Tyrion Lannister at the Wall!) for all those of you out there who are fans of the series like we are.
In honor of the 10 minute featurette, we decided to list the 10 reasons we're excited for the show -- and you should be too! So watch the video above and then hit the jump for 10 reasons we can't wait for winter to arrive. Be warned, some spoilers await!
10. The Actors
- Terri Schwartz
We just got a better look at HBO’s upcoming epic medieval series Game of Thrones with an all-new trailer. Now the cable network has now released a 10-minute behind the scenes featurette that really digs into the story, characters and all the work that’s going in this adaptation of George R.R. Martin’s fantasy novel series A Song of Ice and Fire. Interviews with cast members like Sean Bean and Peter Dinklage, as well as the book’s author himself, and the sight of sword fighting, jousting and a truly promising production just get me excited even more for the series premiere in 2011. Check out the great featurette after the jump!
- Ethan Anderton
HBO has released a ten-minute “inside look” at their upcoming epic TV series “Game of Thrones”, based on the novels by George R.R. Martin, If you’ve never heard of the books, much less read them, take the 10-minute preview for a spin and learn as much as you can about the show’s mythological world before the show premieres sometime next year. This thing looks epic. Seven noble families fight for control of the mythical land of Westeros. Political and sexual intrigue abound. The primary families are the Stark, Lannister, and Baratheon families. Robert Baratheon, King of Westeros, asks his old friend Eddard Stark to serve as his chief advisor. Eddard, suspecting that his predecessor had been murdered, accepts so that he can investigate further. It turns out more than one family is plotting to take the throne. The Queen’s family, the Lannisters, may be hatching an incestuous plot to take control. »
 Over the past few months, we've posted a bunch of trailers and previews (teaser , teaser #2 , trailer #1 ) for HBO's upcoming fantasy series Game of Thrones, based on George R.R. Martin's bestselling fantasy novel series A Song of Fire and Ice. On Sunday night, HBO aired a ten minute behind the scenes featurette for the upcoming tv series. Watch it now after the jump, and please leave your thoughts in the comments below. The show is titled after the first novel in the series. Martin has planned seven books in the series, and the plan is to turn each book into a full season of television. The massive story is "set in the mythical land of Westeros [which] tells the story of the noble Stark family, who become caught up in high court intrigue when patriarch Eddard (Sean Bean) becomes the king's new right-hand man." Thomas McCarthy (The Station Agent, The Visitor »
- Peter Sciretta
With so much good stuff on TV right now, it's easy to forget that there are also a handful of new shows starting in early 2011. Among them is HBO's adaptation of George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series, beginning with the first book Game of Thrones. This week they have finally released a full trailer for the first season and it looks pretty solid, although I have to wonder whether or not it will appeal to anyone outside of the more dedicated fantasy fans. On the one hand, Sean Bean's presence in the lead role of Ned Stark should immediately associate it with The Lord of the Rings in people's minds, which is probably a good thing. On the other hand, people who aren't already familiar with the books might just think it's a Tolkien knockoff (which, let's face it, most other fantasy novels are »
Torchwood has added Buffy the Vampire Slayer producer Kelly Manners to the team. Meanwhile, Eve Myles has rented a 1960s home in Hollywood, right under the sign to call home while filming the new season. But the good news is that she’s promised not to stay.
Gregg Araki’s omnisexual Kaboom is coming to IFC in January, giving you your chance to see Thomas Dekker get his bisexual on. Or that’s what the marketing print says, even if the press photos are pretty heterosexual.
The real David Karofsky is neither a bully nor a closet case, but he did go to school with Brad Falchuk, the co-creator of Glee. It seems that Falchuk names most characters he creates after people in his past. On Glee alone there’s Karofsky, Rachel Berry, and Puck is based on Noah “Zuck” Zuckerman. But nobody’s mad about it.
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- Ed Kennedy
One of 2011’s most anticipated new shows is HBO’s television adaptation of George R.R. Martin’s fantasy series, Game of Thrones. Take a look at this new trailer featuring Sean Bean as Eddard Stark, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau as Jamie Lannister, and Peter Dinklage as Tyrion Lannister, Lena Headey as Cersei Lannister, and Jason Momoa as Khal Drogo.
Trailer: Game of Thrones
Mark your calendar for Sunday, December 5, 2010. At 8:45 Pm Et, before the season finale of Boardwalk Empire on HBO, the network will air an exclusive behind the scenes look at Game of Thrones. Check out the preview below:
Inside Game of Thrones Preview
A fantasy series like this is a huge undertaking both in front of and behind the camera. Check out these Artisan featurettes with the Weapons Master, Production Designer, Costume Designer, and Set Decorator.
- Lillian 'zenbitch' Standefer
HBO has released the third teaser commercial for its upcoming Game of Thrones series. Set to debut on the channel in the first half of 2011, the show is based on the popular series of fantasy novels by George R.R. Martin.
The series stars Sean Bean (The Lord of the Rings) as Eddard Stark, Mark Addy (The Full Monty) as Robert Baratheon, Lena Headey (Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles) as Cersei Lannister, Peter Dinklage (Threshold) as Tyrion Lannister, Michelle Fairley (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1) as Catelyn Stark, Kit Harrington as Jon Snow, Emilia Clarke as Daenerys Targaryen, as well as many others. Set in a world like Earth and in an age like feudal times, but where summers and winters can last for decades, Martin's books are filled with political intrigue and scheming allies and enemies fighting over who will rule the kingdom. But on the border »
- Patrick Sauriol
George R.R. Martin's fantasy literature series is now an HBO TV series starring Lena Headey. They've released the trailer! (I wanted to say, 'released the kraken!', but, well. One can't have everything).
Sean Bean is also in this as The Same Character He Played in Lord of the Rings.
I read the first novel in the actual series, A Game of Thrones, and, boy. It's hard to remember anything about it. Lots of politics. A blond girl who does it doggy-style with a desert barbarian lord. Snow. No magic, unfortunately. It's like something that happens in medieval France, or something, with different topography and more interesting surnames. That's my recollection of the novel.
This trailer tells me I nailed it. Sans 'blond chick screwing barbarian doggy style', everything I remember about the series is there. And everyone has that fake British-y accent that everyone has in anything about »
· Because what everyone wants is a new HBO series that looks like Lord of the Rings and stars Sean Bean, here's an extended look at Game of Thrones. Apologies to the nerds that will likely flame me in the comments section, but the idea of watching an adaptation of George R.R. Martin's fantasy series on a weekly basis interests me none. Cool decapitation though. Click ahead to watch, and stick around for more Buzz Break. »
The two  teasers  we've seen so far for the HBO series adaptation of George R.R. Martin's Game of Thrones showed very little. What we did see had the color bled out to fit the dour tone of each teaser, and while the brief images were tantalizing, there was no way to get a real sense of how the series might play. So this new trailer is the first finished footage we've seen to complement the colorful behind the scenes clips doled out sporadically over the past months. Check it out after the break. I haven't read the books upon which this series is based, but I do know that they're sprawling epics. This trailer doesn't quite get that across, and watching it I feel like the footage is curiously and worryingly a bit flat. I'm hoping that's just me, coming into the series with no real prior knowledge of the story. »
- Russ Fischer
Nerd alert overdrive! HBO has released a new teaser trailer for Game of Thrones, and I am totally on board. The drama is based on the adult fantasy series from renowned author George R.R. Martin, and makes The Lord of the Rings look like a pillow fight between 40-pound toddlers.
We've seen some short clips and photos from Game of Thrones before, but this is the first lengthy look at what the highly anticipated project will show us on-screen. Take a look, and we'll discuss the particulars after.
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- Tim Surette
We’ve already seen a short trailer for the forthcoming epic series Game of Thrones on HBO, but it was little more than a tease. A couple other trailers have since surfaced on HBO, but with roughly the same amount of footage and little-to-no-dialogue. Now HBO has released an all-new trailer which finally gives us a better idea of the story and style behind the adaptation of George R.R. Martin’s fantasy novel series A Song of Fire and Ice. The trailer brings epic action, medieval drama and even some sexuality, a staple of any HBO series. You can check out the trailer after the jump and look forward to the series which will begin airing sometime in early 2011.
The sprawling tale set in the mythical land of Westeros tells the story of the noble Stark family who become caught up in high court intrigue when patriarch Eddard (played by »
- Ethan Anderton
A new trailer for Game of Thrones, HBO’s adaptation of George R.R. Martin’s best-selling series, has hit, and whether or not you’re familiar with the tome, it looks intriguing: There’s Sean Bean (as Lord Eddard Stark, right-hand man to Mark Addy’s King Robert Baratheon), wielding a sword and decapitating a man. There’s Peter Dinklage’s Tyrion Lannister in trouble. There’s Nikolaj Coster-Waldau’s Jamie Lannister, looking rather hot. And there’s two women about to have sex? Watch it below.
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- Mandi Bierly
Leslie Nielsen was one of the greatest comedic actors of all time to me. So I’m terribly sad to say that he’s passed away at age 84. My favorite Nielsen quotable? “Nice beaver.” Reply: “Thanks, I just had it stuffed.”
New Delhi held their first pride march since the decriminalization of homosexuality. That changes everything. Instead of a protest march, it was a celebration for the 2,000 marchers.
Airlock Alpha has an interesting piece on what moves SyFy may have to make since they canceled Caprica, wiping out a chunk of their gay characters. Syfy was somewhat of a success story with GLAAD’s Network Responsibility Index, because they vowed to do better, and actually made an effort. But many of the pilots and shows fell victim to low viewership and cancellation. Will they rebuild?
Tonight is the annual A Very Mary Holiday fundraiser for The Ali Forney Center for Glbt youth. »
- Ed Kennedy
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