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We Will No Longer Be Promoting HBO’s Game of Thrones

The Mary Sue has decided we will no longer be actively promoting the HBO series Game of Thrones. Allow us to explain.

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Game of Thrones Producers on Why Sansa’s Storyline Is Deviating From the Books

Ughhhhhhh nooooooooooo.

If you're a fan of the A Song of Ice and Fire books and you're watching the latest season of Game of Thrones, you may have noticed that Sansa's storyline is deviating ever so slightly from the source material. Executive Producer David Benioff has some reasons for that—but if you haven't read the books, there are spoilers beyond this Sansa GIF, so beware.

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Your Favorite Character Sansa is Featured in GRRM’s New Winds of Winter Chapter Preview

GeorgeRRMartin.com has released yet another excerpt from the upcoming A Song of Ice and Fire release, The Winds of Winter. It's Sansa time!

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Sophie Turner Says Game of Thrones Season 5 Moments May Be “More Shocking Than the Red Wedding”

We're highly anticipating Sophie Turner's turn as Young Jean Grey in X-Men: Apocalypse but we're equally excited about her return in Game of Thrones Season 5. Hear what she had to say about Joffrey, Littlefinger,  and who's on her death list.

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Game of Thrones’ Dark Sansa May Have Helped Sophie Turner Land the X-Men Role

Game of Thrones actress Sophie Turner was as happily surprised as we were to find out she landed the role of young Jean Grey in X-Men Apocalypse. She has an inkling why that might have happened.

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20 New Images From Game of Thrones Season 5 Feature All The Faces (Almost)

Oh my god, HBO, give is a second to breath after the amazing first trailer for Season 5. Just kidding. Don't. These pictures are fabulous. Some are definitely meme worthy.

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Hey, Remember When Sansa Stark Kicked Steve-O In The Balls That One Time? [VIDEO]

VALAR MORGHULIS

"Sansa Stark is the worst female character on Game of Thrones," he said disdainfully. Suddenly, out of the blue, Sophie Turner appeared like the ghost of femininity-shaming past. "Valar morghulis," she whispered, shoulder feathers flapping in the spirit breeze, as her inexplicably very corporeal foot slammed into his delicate bro-balls.

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Sophie Turner Talks About How Game of Thrones’ Sansa Stark Is Kind of Like Gollum

Lemon cakes are kind of like fish, right?

Okay, nerd-quiz time: if you were going to start drawing comparisons between Lord of the Rings and A Song of Ice and Fire, who would be Sansa? After all, there are only three major female characters in the whole trilogy. Leave it to Game of Thrones actor and number one Sansa Stark fan Sophie Turner to come up with a really twisted and awesome idea.

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Walk Softly and Carry a Littlefinger: An Ode to Game of Thrones‘ Petyr Baelish

Petyr, Petyr pumpkin-eater, had a Cat and couldn't keep her.

Vile, despicable, slimy and creepy. These are all words I’ve seen used to describe Lord Petyr Baelish, portrayed by Aidan Gillen on HBO's Game of Thrones. In my estimation, though, there isn't much that's more attractive than a man with intelligence, and certainly Petyr has plenty of brains to spare. What motivates Lord Baelish to be the slick political mover and shaker he is? And why is he a character so many people love to hate – or hate that they love?

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Another Day, Another Interview Where Sophie Turner Says Great Things About Game of Thrones‘ Sansa Stark

Lemon cakes for everyone!

Things I love about Game of Thrones: The theme song. The drama. Stannis Baratheon (come on, you saw that coming). The way Sophie Turner will go all mama bear on Sansa Stark at the drop of a hat. I like to think when baristas ask for her name at Starbucks, she says "Sophie. But I play a character named Sansa. And, you know, Sansa is awesome because..." And the barista just stands there, transfixed, because you know what? Sansa is awesome. And she does get too much hate.

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The Women of Westeros Never Looked So Elegant As They Do In This Print Series

Yup. They're the strong ones, all right.

As much as we love all the actors on Game of Thrones, it's always nice to see a more book-driven interpretation of the characters we know and adore. That's why we can't get enough of these illustrations from Martina Cecelia. The Qartheen one-breasted dress! Catelyn's auburn hair! ASHA! It's too much for our hearts to take. Someone's gonna have to come and eat them raw or something.

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Detail Shots of Sansa Stark’s New Game of Thrones Dress In All Its Sith-tastic Glory

I will make it legal!

Several commenters in our post on the best moments in "The Mountain and the Viper" pointed out that Sansa's new duds are reminiscent of those worn by Dark Lily—Mia Sara once she goes eeeevil—in Legend. It's a fair comparison, if Sansa's version has substantially less boobage than Lily's (thank you). Others have posited Petyr and Sansa as a Sith master and apprentice. Photoshop all the lightsabers! Regardless of the cultural reference, I want this dress. If the quick glimpse we got in the episode wasn't enough for you, we have several other pics behind the cut, courtesy of WinterIsComing.net on Tumblr.

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Game of Thrones Roundup: George RR Martin Might Need to Write 8 Books, Sophie Turner Defends Sansa Stark, And More

Winter Is Coming

Of course he might. Gotta say, the Game of Thrones fandom is the only one where this news would be met by "Oh for f*ck's sake" rather than "Yaaaaay, more books!" Also in this post: Sophie Turner defending Sansa Stark to the haters and Emilia Clarke explaining Daenerys' emotions in her big "The Mountain and the Viper" scene.

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Things We Saw Today: Wonderful Steampunk Wonder Woman Cosplay

Things We Saw Today

Time for some truth: This cosplay by Jo-Jo Chen is amazing. (Fashionably Geek, picture by Jason R. Eras)

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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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Arya and Sansa Stark Will Be a Pair of Li’l Badasses In This Season of Game of Thrones

Less than a week to go until it's time to log into our parents' HBO Go account turn on the TV and watch the season four premiere of Game of Thrones. Deep breaths, everyone. To whet your appetite, we have some miscellaneous bits and bobs from the many, many cast interviews that have been popping up. Specifically: Sophie Turner and Rory McCann talking about Sansa haters and what season four holds for the Stark daughters.

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Sansa Stark Actress Adopts Her Direwolf from Game of Thrones

Oh, you have a pet pig? Sophie Turner has a freaking direwolf.

Game of Thrones character Sansa Stark had a pet direwolf, and now so does the actress who plays her. Sophie Turner adopted the dog who played "Lady" on the show, and now has what amounts to the most badass pet of all time.

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