Before the Lord of the Rings hit theaters a few years ago, I attempted to wade through the trilogy again by signing up for an on-line book club with Barnes and Nobel. In the forum, I recall a discussion about what was being kept for the movies and what wasn’t. One fan posted they already hated the films and were going to weep during their entire viewing of Fellowship of the Ring because Peter Jackson and company had decided the subplot with Tom Bombadil would be cut.
Actor Sean Bean says that one of the things that he likes about his role of Ned Stark in the upcoming HBO series A Game of Thrones is that Ned is a “good man.” “I think he’s a good man first and foremost,” Bean told TV Choice Magazine. “His loyalty and honesty to the King […]
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A Game of Thrones
Airdates: Sundays starting April 17 at 9 p.m. on HBO
Slice of SciFi Rating: 5.0 out 5.0
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Only a few more days until A Game Of Thrones debuts on HBO.
We’ve seen the previews. We’ve seen the behind-the-scenes looks.
Now HBO is giving you the biggest taste yet of A Game of Thrones as the countdown to the series premiere ramps into high gear.
If you’re like most of us here at Slice of SciFi, the debut of A Game of Thrones can’t get here soon enough.
HBO has released a trailer, offering audiences a 2:22 glimpse of their upcoming series “A Game of Thrones.”
Based on the best-selling fantasy novels by George R.R. Martin, this new series will debut in April.
As the countdown to “A Game of Thrones” continues, HBO has released another trailer that introduces viewers to the rulers of the fantasy series. You can check it out below.
When “A Game of Thrones” hits HBO later this year, producer David Benioff predicts the series will be controversial. That’s because the series isn’t shying away from the sex and violence of George R.R. Martin’s world.
HBO has posted a new trailer for the upcoming series, “A Game of Thrones.”
We got a short trailer earlier this year but this is the first time fans can get a look at the cast in their roles and get a taste of what’s to come when the series debuts next spring.
HBO has confirmed that “A Game of Thrones” will debut next spring.
The news came during the cable outlet’s portion of the Television Critics Association fall tour. At first, one executive said the series would hit screens on March 3, but another corrected and said it would be in the spring.