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Here Is A Harrowingly In-Depth Analysis Of The New Game Of Thrones Poster

Here Is A Harrowingly In-Depth Analysis Of The New Game Of Thrones Poster The release date hasn’t been announced yet, but the first bit of show-related ephemera dropped today, via EW.It’s a poster.

'Game of Thrones' Season 7 gets a release date...and it's in ice?

'Game of Thrones' Season 7 gets a release date...and it's in ice? Winter is coming to HBO in summer — at least, once the ice thaws.This post will be updated with the exact date when the ice melts, which, judging from the below stream, may take a bit.

Twitter has pretty cold feelings toward the 'Game of Thrones' block of ice stunt

Twitter has pretty cold feelings toward the 'Game of Thrones' block of ice stunt Game of Thrones has done some pretty unforgivable things, like using women as props and killing our faves — but the latest for loyal fans of the HBO show was being forced to watch a block of ice melt live on the internet in order to uncover the Season 7 release date.The live Facebook video (which stalled more than once) required fans type "FIRE" in the comments (or "DRACARYS" if you want to be extra efficient) to shoot fire at an actual physical block of ice in which the release date was hidden.

Not Sure it Was Worth It, But We Now Have a 'Game of Thrones' Premiere Date

Not Sure it Was Worth It, But We Now Have a 'Game of Thrones' Premiere Date Waiting to hear when Game of Thrones comes back is a little like watching ice melt.After a weird publicity stunt that had HBO getting viewers to watch a block of ice melt, we have a release date.

A song of ice and fail: Why HBO's 'Game of Thrones' stunt was the worst

A song of ice and fail: Why HBO's 'Game of Thrones' stunt was the worst What is the most damaging negative perception around HBO's hit Game of Thrones (which, to be clear, I love) if you want people to keep watching it?A livestream of ice and fire!

A big reveal on 'Girls' is our Cry of the Week

A big reveal on 'Girls' is our Cry of the Week Welcome to our new weekly series "Cry of the Week," in which we highlight whatever moment made us ugly cry on our couches the most in the past seven days.But the March 5 episode "Painful Evacuation" brought together several storylines, culminating in the revelation that Hannah (Lena Dunham) is pregnant.

You'll never guess which 'Game of Thrones' cast members are gearing up for 'Carpool Karaoke'

You'll never guess which 'Game of Thrones' cast members are gearing up for 'Carpool Karaoke' Two Game of Thrones cast members are gearing up for winter by getting their karaoke on.Real-life BFFs Maisie Williams (who plays Arya Stark) and Sophie Turner (who plays Sansa Stark) on Sunday teased they're filming for Apple's upcoming Carpool Karaoke spin-off.

'Game of Thrones' creators reveal final season's episode run and we're devastated

'Game of Thrones' creators reveal final season's episode run and we're devastated We just wish Game of Thrones could hang on a little longer.On Sunday, showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss made the announcement at South by Southwest: the eighth and final season of Game of Thrones will contain only six episodes.

'Game of Thrones' showrunners address those spinoff rumors

'Game of Thrones' showrunners address those spinoff rumors The good news: Benioff and Weiss think that a spinoff isn't such a long shot.During the duo's panel at South By Southwest — moderated by Maisie Williams (Arya Stark) and Sophie Turner (Sansa Stark) — the showrunners speculated about the future of the franchise.

This 'Game of Thrones' compilation of Tyrion's best one-liners is glorious

This 'Game of Thrones' compilation of Tyrion's best one-liners is glorious Tyrion Lannister may be highly adept at drinking and knowing things, but he's also capable of delivering a mean one-liner.From memorable speeches about his childhood to blunt shut-downs, Sky Atlantic's above compilation will at the very least kill 80 seconds of the long, long wait until July.

'Cries From Syria' is a grisly crash-course on the Syrian revolution

'Cries From Syria' is a grisly crash-course on the Syrian revolution The Syrian civil war documentary from Academy Award-winning director Evgeny Afineefsky examines Syria's painful struggle with an oppressive regime, and every stage of the story is riddled with horrific violence against the innocent.The children were arrested, tortured and killed; Afineefsky describes the atrocity as a spark that ignited a revolution — a revolution which turned into a civil war.

Go from ‘Westworld’ to Westeros: DirecTV Now offers free HBO to new customers

Go from ‘Westworld’ to Westeros: DirecTV Now offers free HBO to new customers AT&T’s DirecTV on Monday revealed that its streaming service, DirecTV Now, will offer HBO for free for an entire year to new customers.The Go Big package costs $60 per month and offers more than 100 channels.

'Game of Thrones' script reveals the truth about Stannis Baratheon's fate

'Game of Thrones' script reveals the truth about Stannis Baratheon's fate Such is the case with Stannis Baratheon (Stephen Dillane), who died at the vengeful hands of Brienne of Tarth (Gwendoline Christie) in the Season 5 finale.As discovered by an observant Reddit user and signal-boosted by Watchers on the Wall, the cut dialogue and stage directions seem to definitively confirm Stannis' fate: BRIENNE: Do you have any last words?

The epic 'Game of Thrones' concert tour is your ticket to Westeros

The epic 'Game of Thrones' concert tour is your ticket to Westeros At a press preview for the concert, Djawadi told Mashable that his main goal for the tour was to conceive a completely unique experience for fans — and the finished product certainly delivered.There are screens that can surround the orchestra but they’re still see-through.

'Game of Thrones' wine will have to hold us over until Season 7's premiere

'Game of Thrones' wine will have to hold us over until Season 7's premiere We're inching closer and closer to Game of Thrones' Season 7 premiere, but the impending winter of July 16 still seems decades away (is there more wildfire, what is happening?Fortunately for us, Vintage Wine Estates is throwing Thrones fans a bone by finally releasing their much-anticipated Game of Thrones special edition wines.

'Westworld' boss reveals huge moment you probably missed in the Season 1 finale

'Westworld' boss reveals huge moment you probably missed in the Season 1 finale Westworld won't be back on our screens until 2018 — so it's no surprise that the spoiler-averse showrunners, Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy, kept a lid on any details about Season 2 at the show's PaleyFest panel on Saturday night.That didn't stop fans or the intrepid moderator from trying, of course: They grilled Nolan on everything from whether we'll see other theme parks in Season 2, like the previously teased Samurai World ("That'd be cool, wouldn't it?

10 burning questions we need answered in 'Game of Thrones' Season 7

10 burning questions we need answered in 'Game of Thrones' Season 7 This is usually the time of year when Game of Thrones kicks off to distract us from real life with dragons, wargs and gratuitous sex and blood.Sadly, that carnage will have to wait for July 16, but until then we've got some burning questions about what Season 7 has in store.

Cersei might have a new lover on 'Game of Thrones' and we don't know how to feel about it

Cersei might have a new lover on 'Game of Thrones' and we don't know how to feel about it If there's one story that's always anchored Game of Thrones, it's the terrifying affair between siblings Jaime and Cersei Lannister.In an interview with The Daily Beast about his upcoming film Small Crimes, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau revealed that Jamie may not be the only one vying for his sister's affections in Season 7 of Game of Thrones.

Your favorite 'Westworld' scene-stealer will have a much bigger role in Season 2

Your favorite 'Westworld' scene-stealer will have a much bigger role in Season 2 There were plenty of memorable characters in Westworld Season 1 — but one guest star made a huge impression on viewers despite only appearing in a few scenes, and it looks like the showrunners were paying attention.Louis Herthum, who played Peter Abernathy — the "father" of Evan Rachel Wood's Dolores — in Season 1, has been promoted to series regular status for Season 2, Mashable has confirmed.