Does the thought of a crime procedural about a werewolf debt collector make you howl with delight? It could soon be on the way thanks to the "Game of Thrones" author's latest print-to-TV project.
British luxury auto manufacturer Aston Martin started up in 1913. Today, the small-volume automaker is best known for its grand touring coupes and its ties to James Bond.
George R.R. Martin, the mastermind behind the "A Song of Ice and Fire" books that fuel "Game of Thrones," is known for gruesomely killing off characters. In "Sharknado 3," it was his turn to suffer.
It could have come straight from the mouth of Captain Obvious himself, but the author reinforces that the ending of his epic adventure won't be all snuggles and rainbows.
Get your Lannister Lemon, Tyrion Teal and Winter White ready. A new "Game of Thrones" book is coming, though not the one that most fans are hoping for.
Author George R.R. Martin's epic "A Song of Ice and Fire" series has thousands of characters, so some had to be cut from the TV adaptation. These are the ones Martin wishes made the cut.
Want to discuss the differences between the "Game of Thrones" TV series and the source material on which it's based? The author of "A Song of Ice and Fire" says, "Not on my blog."
"A Song of Ice and Fire" fans rejoice! George R.R. Martin has released a new chapter from his upcoming book "The Winds of Winter," focusing on a much more confident Sansa Stark.
Praise the Old Gods and the New! "A Song of Ice and Fire" writer George R.R. Martin won't be writing for "Game of Thrones" Season 6, instead focusing on "The Winds of Winter."
The author gets quizzed on lines uttered by his own creations on "Late Night with Seth Meyers." Let the giggling commence.
Asked about the absence of gay sex scenes so far, the writer explains that his "viewpoint characters" aren't gay. He also tells stories of how his teachers tried to stop him from reading sci-fi.