I know, April 12 and the return of GAME OF THRONES feels so far away, but we can make it! Just think of this endless winter as you having moved to Winterfell (or, for those of you in the Boston metro area, beyond The Wall).
To help pass the time until season five, take a look at these bloopers from season fourm coiurtesy of HBO….
Yeah, I know, it’s not the same, but at least it’s something. And admit it: You missed Joffrey.*
*No, you didn’t. Neither did I. No one misses that little shit.
The makers of GAME OF THRONES released a blooper reel for the recently completed fourth season at Comic-Con International: San Diego this weekend, and while I think it’s pretty meh, a lot of people think it’s hilarious, so here it is…
HBO’s GAME OF THRONES returns for its fourth season tonight, and the network has released a slew of big photos to promote the premium-cable event.
Margaery and Brienne
Brienne of Tarth
Tyrion Lannister and Lord Varys
Mother of Dragons
Tune in to HBO tonight at 9 p.m. ET for the season premiere.
This trailer for HBO’s GAME OF THRONES does a good job of making season four look exciting! (Oh, and Daenerys… sigh)
My favorite part is Cersei (Lena Heady) asking the eternal question, “What good is power if you cannot protect the ones you love?” That’s the problem classic Superman wrestled with in the comics. (In the movie Man of Steel? Not so much…)
Be watching on April 6!
While the armies battling to place their king on the Iron Throne on HBO’s GAME OF THRONES seem to be more interested in killing each other than winning the hearts and minds of the populace, at least one enterprising artist is willing to fight that battle by creating these cool World War II-inspired propaganda-style posters.
You can buy prints of these great paintings by artist Olivia Desianti to hang on your wall at her Etsy shop or from Society6.
(And no, I don’t get a cut, cynical readers.)
Forget the dodgey dragon shadow that opens the clip — the first trailer for the fourth season of GAME OF THRONES makes things look bloody exciting!
GoT returns to HBO on Sunday, April 6, at 9 p.m.