Maisie Williams responds to the Lady Stoneheart Controversy

One thing to be said about the fourth season of Game of Thrones, is that it ended in controversy. That controversy? A certain popular (and iconic) book character, expected to pop up in the finale by fans. Actress Maisie Williams, who plays Lady Catelyn Stark’s youngest daughter Arya on HBO's fantasy series, responded to the Lady Stoneheart outcry in an interview with TV Line:

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San Diego Comic Con: Game Of Thrones & True Blood Products To Be Shown

The HBO Pop Up Shop will be at San Diego Comic-Con, featuring offial Game of Thrones, True Blood and other favorite HBO series merchandise. The shop will feature a number of products, including Dark Horse Collectibles, including a Weirwood Tree Snow Globe ($99.99) and a Map Markers Set ($199.99), which allows fans to plot out battles in their own war to win the Iron Throne. 

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Game Of Thrones S5: Spoiler, A familiar face Reportedly returning

SPOILERS to follow A Reporting that the German agency of Tom Wlaschiha has said that the actor will be filming for Game of Thrones in August, once he finishes filming an episode of a German crime series. Wlashiha previously played Jaqen H’ghar, the Faceless Man who aided Arya at Harrenhal, gave her the iron coin. “Valar Morghulis.”

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Game of Thrones: Why Didn't Lady Stoneheart Appear?

During tonight’s season finale of Game of Thrones, many fans were eagerly anticipating the reveal of a new character. This post contains absolutely huge SPOILERS for Game of Thrones, so if you don’t want to know them then stop here.In the books, Lady Stoneheart first appears in the epilogue of A Storm of Swords...

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Game of Thrones breaks HBO Go

Either through your television, or streamed through HBO Go. But last night, fans with HBO Go who were suffering from Game of Thrones withdrawl found that they'd have to wait a little longer for their fix.

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Take What Is Yours with Fire and GAME OF THRONES LEGO Minifigs

The chances of LEGO officially making Game of Thrones sets and minifigs seems unlikely, even though piles of red single LEGO studs would work perfectly with all the blood seen in the series. 

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See The Awe Inspiring Game Of Thrones Scenes Redone As Japanese Woodprints!

It’s almost February, which means we’re only two short months away from the first episode of Season 4 of Game Of Thrones. As we get closer to the season premiere there’s always lots of great fan-tributes that come along, including this one

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