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George R.R. Martin

  1. For Your Convenience: Five Of The Most Jealousy-Inducing SDCC Panels Now Available To Watch In Their Entirety

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    If you couldn't make it to Comic-Con this year, join the clone club. But just because you weren't physically in Hall H doesn't mean you can't be there in spirit, especially now that many full Comic-Con panels are available to watch on Youtube. Sure, experiencing Con this way still means you miss out on exclusive footage--but you also get to skip all the lines.

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  2. Game of Clones: George R.R. Martin Loves Orphan Black

    I think Alison Hendrix would do very well in Westeros.

    George RR Martin ran into Orphan Black actors Kristian Bruun and Dylan Bruce at an SDCC shindig last night, and told them how much he loves their show. I can't help but think of all the amazing Game of Thrones/OB fanfic that could come out of this. Joffrey clones, guys. It could happen.

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  3. Good News And/Or Bad News: George R.R. Martin Is Skipping Game of Thrones Season 5 to Write The Winds of Winter

    Yay?

    Every time George R.R. Martin so much as steps outside his home, someone on the Internet yells at him to go back inside and finish writing A Song of Ice and Fire. Well, looks like you've all got your wish! Now he's so busy with the book form of his iconic fantasy epic that he won't be able to write an episode for the HBO series this season.

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  4. San Diego Comic-Con 2014: While You Were Sleeping, Part 2

    Nesting dolls! They made nesting dolls!

    Good morning, nerds! As those of us who live east of the Rockies slept, Comic-Con raged on. We'll be continuing our coverage throughout the day, but first, we've assembled a few overnight highlights for your bleary eyes. To wit: Orphan Black fans are great! Teen Wolf is coming back! The Avengers taught George R.R. Martin how to kill! And...wait, what's that about an Evil Dead TV series?

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  5. San Diego Comic-Con 2014: While You Were Sleeping, Part 1

    Dany looks different...

    What went down on day one of Comic-Con? George RR Martin getting his Daenerys Targaryen on! Benedict Cumberbatch trolling the assembled masses about Doctor Strange! Tatiana Maslany as Shaun (of the Dead)! And mulleted Peter Dinklage welcoming us to the electric dreams factory, suckers.

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  6. George R.R. Martin Stuns Fans By Refusing To Kill Someone, Writes Adorable Letter Instead

    All for the wolfies!

    U.K. boy donates all of his pocket money to George R.R. Martin asking to be a character in the upcoming novel. Martin politely declines, but instead donates $10,000 to the UK Wolf Conservation Trust in the boy's name.

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  7. What Are The Chances Ned Stark Will Return To Game Of Thrones? Sean Bean Has Some Thoughts

    One does not simply return to Game of Thrones...

    Ned's dead, baby. Ned's dead. But could Sean Bean's character make a return to HBO's Game of Thrones anyway? Book spoilers ahead!

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  8. Oh, Right, Westeros Isn’t Real – The Game of Thrones Season 4 VFX Reel Is Pretty Amazing

    But... can dragons be real? Maybe? Please?

    Sunday nights just aren't the same now that we can't hang out with all our besties in Westeros (and Braavos and Meereen and north of the Wall). This VFX reel from the most recent season of Game of Thrones serves as a stark reminder (yeah) that GRRM's magical worlds actually aren't as real as they seem. Tragically.

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  9. Experience The Wonder of ASOIAF From a First Person Perspective—Namely, George R.R. Martin’s [Video]

    Killin' your darlings since 1970.

    First person shooters are old hack these days. How about a first person writer instead? Because let me tell you, if this video by Mr. TVCrow could be turned into an actual video game, I would play it all the live long day. Well, maybe not the "live" long day, considering the brutality of the George R.R. Martin's source material. Pillows and poison for everyone!

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  10. George R.R. Martin On Dragons, White Walkers, and a Possible Movie In Game of Thrones‘ Future

    Sīkudi nopāzmi!

    Earlier this spring, George R.R. Martin mused on the possibility that the HBO series inspired by his work might need to wrap up with a big-budget feature film. Since then it's pretty much all anybody can ask the people behind Game of Thrones about, and Martin wants to set the record straight: it wasn't his idea, but he's into it.

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