Game Of Thrones
House of the Dragon launched it’s official Twitter and its most notable tweet is the date, August 21! No one knows if this could be the release date or just an official announce of sorts. Nobody knows right away what will happen on the 21st of August because the tweet is pretty much vague. The Dragon egg picture pretty much confirms that series will focus on the Taryagen family. This family of Bleach Blonds have affinity for these winged reptilian beasts. Dragons are their means of Transport and also their status symbol.
Behaviour™ Interactive, GAEA, and HBO® are proud to announce that Game of Thrones Beyond the Wall™ is now available on the App Store for iPhone and iPad.
Publisher GAEA, developer Behaviour Interactive and television titan HBO are joining forces to bring to life one of TV’s most beloved properties! …..Okay, Game of Thrones kind of lost its shine with that polarizing final season, but maybe it’ll make for a swell mobile fantasy strategy game. Who knows.
It is well known that Disney plans to restart Star Wars with a new trilogy, in another galaxy far far away, in a time far far away (2022 at the earliest). What we’ve assumed until now was that The Last Jedi director Rian Johnson would be making them. The only chatter coming from the Mouse House has been from Johnson, who’s stated multiple times that he’s working up a Star Wars trilogy.
It’s not a production still. It’s not a one-second glimpse. It has nothing to do with the Bud Knight. It took until….ONE MONTH from its actual release date, but we at last have an honest-to-goodness Game of Thrones trailer containing real scenes from the final season.
Two months to go…..we should be seeing a lot more from the final season of Game of Thrones pretty soon. If I were HBO, I would want to kick the promotional videos into high gear. We didn’t get one of those today, but we did get these “screenshots” that we highly doubt are actually from upcoming episodes.
Nearly two years. That’s how long Game of Thrones fans have had to wait for any real word from the series. The drought is at last over, and the gang is here (and so is winter). HBO confirmed today Game of Thrones’ final season begins April 14.
The most anticipated television event of 2019, by far, is the final six episodes of HBO’s Game of Thrones. A landmark series that changed the face of television and inspired countless knockoffs, the last season is tantalizingly described as “six movies.”
Remember when HBO announced they were developing FIVE separate spinoffs from Game of Thrones? Did that number seem a little excessive to you? Today we found out the reason, and the larger strategy behind the move. HBO’s intent was never to actually MAKE five GoT spinoffs…..just to pick the best of the five proposals.
HBO has a problem. Game of Thrones is about to end, and it won’t be easy to replace.
A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away…a movie was born. That movie led to two other movies. Which led to three movies that told the story before those original three movies. Then there was cartoons, a live-action special (that true fans don’t talk about), and then, via Disney, three more movies and a spinoff film or two. And now, we’re going to get another trilogy, and another film series. This is all Star Wars by the way.