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David Benioff

  1. We Will Burn You First: Game of Thrones Book Spoilers Are Coming to TV, Admits Producer


    Allow me to express my feelings about this in the immortal words of No Doubt: Don't speak, I know just what you're saying, so please stop explaining. Don't tell me cause it hurts. Don't speak, I know what you're thinking, I don't need your reasons. Don't tell me cause it hurts.

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  2. George R. R. Martin Says Game Of Thrones Is Gonna Kill Characters Who Didn’t Die In the Books



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  3. Amanda Peet Trash Talks Game of Thrones While Husband David Benioff Trolls Fans for IMAX

    I had forgotten Amanda Peet was married to one of the co-creators of HBO's Game of Thrones but as she reminded us on Conan, she also gave a personal story about when he first told her the idea. And she thought it was awful.

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  4. Game of Thrones Showrunner Finally Discloses Bran’s Involvement in Season 5

    Stop Hodoring!

    Boy, I sure hope Bran isn't your favorite character, because the lead-up to season 5 must be an emotional roller coaster for you. Is he in this season? Is he not in this season? Where the hell is Coldhands! Relax, sweet summer child—David Benioff has answers (and spoilers) for you. Except about Coldhands. Who knows where that dude is.

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  5. Game of Thrones To Return For Season 5 With All Male Writers, Directors

    All men must thrive in male-dominated fields.

    The complete list of directors and writers for Game of Thrones Season 5 was announced yesterday, and in a sadly unsurprising twist, no women will be involved in arguably the most important aspects of crafting the series. Maybe that's why white walkers only want baby boys--they're trying to give the ladies a fighting chance.

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  6. Game of Thrones Season 5 Will Include Dorne And Quite Possibly A Recast Myrcella

    The once and future Princess.

    With Season 4 of HBO's Game of Thrones wrapped up it's time. Time to start talking about Season 5.

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  7. Game of Thrones Showrunners Say Next Week’s Episode Is “The Best Finale We’ve Ever Done,” And More Roundup Bits

    It is known

    Olé! In today's Game of Thrones roundup: David Benioff and D.B. Weiss get our hopes up about the finale. Poor, poor Kit Harington. What George R.R. Martin wishes were different about the show. Pedro Pascal snags a new TV gig. And Oberyn Martell, feminist. Behind the cut you'll find spoilers for all aired episodes of Game of Thrones, but none for the finale or beyond.

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  8. Game of Thrones Producers Benioff and Weiss Don’t Listen To Your Internet Jibba Jabba

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    HBO's Game of Thrones has been getting a lot of press online lately, for good or bad (or just bad bad). Executive producers David Benioff and Dan Weiss aren't really hearing it though. They've got more important things to do, like run a hit show with ever-growing ratings. 

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  9. Someone Finally Asked Lena Headey About That Controversial Game Of Thrones Scene

    What It Says On the Tin

    Lena Headey is a powerful actress. Whether she's playing a time-traveling momma, or Ma-Ma, you can't help but be captivated by her when she's on screen. Headey, of course, also stars as Cersei Lannister on HBO's Game of Thrones and was one of the actors involved in a scene making some major waves with fans. We'd already heard what the director, executive producer, George R.R. Martin, and actor Nikolaj Coster-Waldau had to say on it but Headey has finally been asked for her opinion on the subject.

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  10. A Frank Discussion of Game of Thrones‘s Rape Scene And Its Epidemic of Sexual Violence

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    Since last Sunday, the Internet has been abuzz with talk of Game of Thrones' controversial rape scene. We touched on it in our recap and shared with you the responses of the scene's director, co-writer, and one of its actors, plus A Song of Ice and Fire scribe George R.R. Martin. But we hadn't written a post specifically on our personal thoughts on scene, because...well, because we have a lot of them. There's much to unpack about rape culture, storytelling tropes, and the responsibility of fiction. So Jill Pantozzi and Rebecca Pahle, along with Geekosystem's Victoria McNally, sat down to hash it all out. Below you'll find our uncensored discussion on the scene and why, specifically, it made us boil with seething, all-encompassing rage.

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