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George R.R. Martin Confirms GAME OF THRONES Prequel Pilot Details

Last week, HBO finally gave a greenlight to film a pilot episode for one of the five Game of Thrones spinoff series that were in development at the network. George R.R. Martin and Kingsman screenwriter Jane Goldman are producing the still untitled show from Goldman’s script, which will be a prequel story set thousands of […]

HBO Orders GAME OF THRONES Prequel Set Thousands of Years in the Past

HBO‘s president Casey Bloys has been hinting at, walking around, and teasing Game of Thrones spinoffs (plural) for years. The massively successful adaptation of George R.R. Martin‘s A Song of Ice and Fire books has opened the door to the wide world of Westeros, and on Friday, we learned HBO officially ordered a pilot for […]

New WESTWORLD Images Remember Ghost Nation

It will be impossible to forget last week’s explosive Westworld, but based on new images from this Sunday’s episode the show will remember the park’s Ghost Nation, in what appears to be a standalone episode that will finally move the mysterious tribe from the periphery of the story to the forefront. The post-credits teaser from […]

Things Look Bleak for Everyone in New Images From the Next WESTWORLD

Last week’s Westworld ended with the shocking return of Ford–kinda. Was that actually him, or merely his consciousness? Was Bernard experiencing some sort of pre-programmed virtual reality, or another time jump? Is any of it even real? No matter who or what Ford turns out to be, new images from this Sunday’s episode suggest his reappearance […]

On a Weird WESTWORLD, Everyone Chases Illusions

Cease all motor functions: there are spoilers through Westworld season 2, episode 6 past this point. How many Westworlds do we have to keep track of? That’s the alarm bell that went off in my head when Bernard (Jeffrey Wright) stepped off the train and into the smoothly running code version of Sweetwater hiding the devastation […]

WATCHMEN TV Pilot Casts Six Actors in Mystery Roles

Damon Lindelof‘s pilot for HBO’s Watchmen series is set to begin production soon, and with that comes the inevitable casting news. But if you’re looking for actors playing familiar roles like Rorschach, Doctor Manhattan, Nite-Owl and the rest, don’t hold your breath. According to a report yesterday, Lindelof made it clear that his television version […]

Teddy Looks Ticked in Photos for the Next WESTWORLD

Last week’s Westworld gave us a whole lot of Shogun World–and a little bit of Dolores, Teddy, and (sigh) dead cows–but based on images from the next episode we’ll mostly be heading back to the Old West Sunday night, where all of the season’s major stories and players will be found. The teaser for the […]

HBO’s WATCHMEN Will Not Be an Adaptation or a Direct Sequel

It’s funny: before Watchmen was finally made into a movie, the refrain from fans used to be, “Make it an HBO miniseries. That’s the only way to do it right.” Now that it will, in fact, be that, the fan refrain is, “Oh no, why are they doing an HBO miniseries?” And certainly, if the […]

Did You Catch WESTWORLD Composer Ramin Djawadi’s Cameo?

Warning: Mild spoilers follow for the most recent episode of Westworld‘s second season, “The Riddle of the Sphinx.” Westworld composer Ramin Djawadi doesn’t only create music and incredibly catchy and memorable covers for the HBO series, he shows up in a cameo role. In Sunday’s episode, “The Riddle of the Sphinx,” the Man in Black […]

New WESTWORLD Images Show Off Shogun World

We’ve been eagerly awaiting a visit to Delos’s samurai park Shogun World ever since Westworld‘s season one premiere teased us with its existence, and in season two’s fifth episode, titled “Akane No Mai” (“Dance of Akane), we’ll finally experience the more gory park in all its glory. And based on new images from the episode, Maeve might […]

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