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Re: HBO's A Song of Ice and Fire
« Reply #50 on: 19 Nov 2010, 13:55 »

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Re: HBO's A Song of Ice and Fire
« Reply #51 on: 20 Nov 2010, 06:33 »

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« Reply #52 on: 20 Nov 2010, 12:34 »

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Re: HBO's A Song of Ice and Fire
« Reply #53 on: 20 Nov 2010, 14:16 »

Oh fuck YES.

This, how did I not know about this.

And holy fuck Sean Bean is playing Eddard. ...How appropriate.
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Re: HBO's A Song of Ice and Fire
« Reply #55 on: 29 Nov 2010, 15:19 »

One of these days I'll actually read these books. This show looks like it's gonna be fucking great.
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Re: HBO's A Song of Ice and Fire
« Reply #56 on: 29 Nov 2010, 15:40 »

I've started reading this book last weekend. Finished Game of Thrones in two days. It's fucking awesome, a lot more 'sir this sir that' and nobility than I'm used to from my fantasy novel, but it was still good fun.
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Re: HBO's A Song of Ice and Fire
« Reply #57 on: 29 Nov 2010, 18:17 »

Trailer looks good enough, but I still haven't read the books yet. Or really had a tremendous desire to.
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Re: HBO's A Song of Ice and Fire
« Reply #58 on: 29 Nov 2010, 21:48 »

Would love to read the series, but I'm not sure I really have the time to invest. Speaking as someone who has to finish a good story before I can even consider putting it down and doing anything else, how much time should I expect to invest in the books?
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Re: HBO's A Song of Ice and Fire
« Reply #59 on: 29 Nov 2010, 22:37 »

A while. They're long and dense, and you're going to want to re-read to pick up on the million subtleties you missed on the first go round.
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« Reply #60 on: 29 Nov 2010, 22:48 »

Oh God it's Pratchett all over again.
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Re: HBO's A Song of Ice and Fire
« Reply #61 on: 30 Nov 2010, 07:07 »

Except with decapitations and awkward/hilarious sex.
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Re: HBO's A Song of Ice and Fire
« Reply #62 on: 30 Nov 2010, 18:18 »

You will also probably end up endorsing at least one of the noble Houses' and hating the rest/at least one other.

(in related news, House Targaryen for life, all hail the Stormborn)
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Re: HBO's A Song of Ice and Fire
« Reply #63 on: 01 Dec 2010, 01:18 »

You will also probably end up endorsing at least one of the noble Houses' and hating the rest/at least one other.

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NO way.  The Lannister characters are by far the most interesting.
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Re: HBO's A Song of Ice and Fire
« Reply #64 on: 01 Dec 2010, 06:03 »

You will also probably end up endorsing at least one of the noble Houses' and hating the rest/at least one other.

(in related news, House Targaryen for life, all hail the Stormborn)

I've actually very much found this not to be the case. One of the things I think he does really well is that, when you're reading a chapter from someone's perspective, I almost always want that person to succeed.
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Re: HBO's A Song of Ice and Fire
« Reply #65 on: 01 Dec 2010, 06:41 »

You will also probably end up endorsing at least one of the noble Houses' and hating the rest/at least one other.

(in related news, House Targaryen for life, all hail the Stormborn)
. . . when you're reading a chapter from someone's perspective, I almost always want that person to succeed.

I disagree with your assessment on several occasions over the length of the series.
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Re: HBO's A Song of Ice and Fire
« Reply #66 on: 01 Dec 2010, 08:31 »

You will also probably end up endorsing at least one of the noble Houses' and hating the rest/at least one other.

(in related news, House Targaryen for life, all hail the Stormborn)

I've actually very much found this not to be the case. One of the things I think he does really well is that, when you're reading a chapter from someone's perspective, I almost always want that person to succeed.

Well yeah, this also tends to be true. The man writes really compelling characters, and during chapters focusing on a certain POV, unless it's someone like say Cersei, I generally want them to succeed, too. That being said, though, everyone I know who's read the books has one House that they want to see win, that they personally would fly the colors of, so to speak.


You will also probably end up endorsing at least one of the noble Houses' and hating the rest/at least one other.

(in related news, House Targaryen for life, all hail the Stormborn)

NO way.  The Lannister characters are by far the most interesting.

Haha, hilariously, the friend that introduced me to the books also loves the Lannisters. We get along well. It's the Stark types I tend to butt heads with, and the Baratheons, well fuck those guys.
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Re: HBO's A Song of Ice and Fire
« Reply #67 on: 01 Dec 2010, 09:35 »

I might just be wishy washy. Back when I used to play Legend of the Five Rings a lot, I could never pick my favorite clan either.
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Re: HBO's A Song of Ice and Fire
« Reply #68 on: 01 Dec 2010, 09:50 »

Haha, hilariously, the friend that introduced me to the books also loves the Lannisters. We get along well. It's the Stark types I tend to butt heads with, and the Baratheons, well fuck those guys.

Screw you, man. The Starks and Baratheons will have their revenge on all who opposed them. Winter is Coming after all.  :mrgreen:
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Re: HBO's A Song of Ice and Fire
« Reply #69 on: 03 Dec 2010, 02:35 »

Haha, hilariously, the friend that introduced me to the books also loves the Lannisters. We get along well. It's the Stark types I tend to butt heads with, and the Baratheons, well fuck those guys.

Screw you, man. The Starks and Baratheons will have their revenge on all who opposed them. Winter is Coming after all.  :mrgreen:

The Martells are pretty awesome. If they fuck up Oberyn, I will be pissed.

(Un)Fortunately, that's an age off yet.
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Re: HBO's A Song of Ice and Fire
« Reply #70 on: 08 Dec 2010, 15:33 »

By the way, http://www.makinggameofthrones.com/ has the full 11 minute Making Of preview they showed on HBO on Sunday.
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Re: HBO's A Song of Ice and Fire
« Reply #71 on: 09 Dec 2010, 18:47 »

I'm going to assume that the reason that video's not working for me is that I'm not in the US.

is this the same thing?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-EVKp5nYxyI
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Re: HBO's A Song of Ice and Fire
« Reply #72 on: 10 Dec 2010, 03:37 »

It worked for me and I'm not in the US, but yeah it's the same video.
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« Reply #73 on: 10 Dec 2010, 05:20 »

worked for me too, not in the states.

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Re: HBO's A Song of Ice and Fire
« Reply #74 on: 11 Dec 2010, 22:07 »

I'm not so much the type that cares about whether or not a specific clan will win, I care more about individual characters and hope that, at the very least, they survive a bit longer if not reach whatever goal that they want. Specifically Tyrion, Arya, Jon Snow, Samwell, and more recently, Jaime, who is proving lately that he's far less of a fucktard than his own illegitimate son was.
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Re: HBO's A Song of Ice and Fire
« Reply #75 on: 11 Dec 2010, 22:27 »

Jaime quietly snuck around to being my favorite character, all told. Of all the horrible shitty things he's done the one act he's actually hated the most for is probably the only thing that makes him even remotely sympathetic by modern ethical standards.
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Re: HBO's A Song of Ice and Fire
« Reply #76 on: 15 Dec 2010, 06:56 »

Finally got around to starting this extremely good series a couple of weeks ago and am nealy through Game of Thrones - yes this is a definitely compelling read with well developed characters, and even the tertiary characters aren't cut outs.  Good to see that Mr. Bean is playing Eddard - he is one of the few actors I could see pulling this off.  I haven't checked IMDB for the cast list, but I kept seeing Brian Blessed as Robert - anyone else think that would be a decent casting?
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Re: HBO's A Song of Ice and Fire
« Reply #77 on: 16 Dec 2010, 05:00 »

Finally got around to starting this extremely good series a couple of weeks ago and am nealy through Game of Thrones - yes this is a definitely compelling read with well developed characters, and even the tertiary characters aren't cut outs.  Good to see that Mr. Bean is playing Eddard - he is one of the few actors I could see pulling this off.  I haven't checked IMDB for the cast list, but I kept seeing Brian Blessed as Robert - anyone else think that would be a decent casting?

The footage of him makes it seem that he'll play the part fine.  I don't think the series will focus on Robert too much, though. 

Also, the third book is the best of the series, imo.  Good luck with the ending of the book! ;)
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Re: HBO's A Song of Ice and Fire
« Reply #78 on: 18 Dec 2010, 14:33 »

The guy playing Robert is the guy who played Heath Ledger's friend in A Knight's Tale. Don't know what else he's been in.
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Re: HBO's A Song of Ice and Fire
« Reply #79 on: 20 Dec 2010, 03:23 »

A friend of mine is doing the illustrations for the 2012 A Song of Ice and Fire calendar, and GRRM has posted a preview of the cover for it.
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« Reply #80 on: 20 Dec 2010, 13:28 »

Oh man, is that The Eyrie? If so, that is amazing.
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« Reply #81 on: 20 Dec 2010, 17:32 »

The 2011 one (with the castles) was done by a different artist, Ted Nasmith, my friend, John Picacio, will have the 2012 version available next July, but yes, fantastic art on all of them.

Here's a page that shows the back cover of 2011's with thumbnails of the rest of the art. The cover art is the only one that's been shown for the 2012 so far.
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Re: HBO's A Song of Ice and Fire
« Reply #82 on: 20 Dec 2010, 17:53 »

The cover of 2012 is fantastic too. Unfortunately, I'll now see Sean Bean as Eddard Stark from here on in so it looks a little out of place.  :|
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Re: HBO's A Song of Ice and Fire
« Reply #83 on: 26 Dec 2010, 22:30 »

I'm 150 pages into A Game of Thrones and those of Lannister blood introduced so far bar Tyrion are horribly contemptible.  I'm curious to see where the Stark children will end up and hopeful that Dany will end relations with her spiteful shit of a brother. Congratulations to Martin for getting me to care so strongly about these characters this soon into the series.
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« Reply #84 on: 26 Dec 2010, 22:54 »

Man.

I wish I could forget the series entirely just so I could be where you are and read it anew.
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Re: HBO's A Song of Ice and Fire
« Reply #85 on: 28 Dec 2010, 07:00 »

hopeful that Dany will end relations with her spiteful shit of a brother.

I promise you, that's not how you'll feel by the end of book 4.
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Re: HBO's A Song of Ice and Fire
« Reply #86 on: 28 Dec 2010, 09:37 »

I was trying to think of a way to respond to that without any spoilers and man, you nailed it right on the head. In other words I lol'ed.
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Re: HBO's A Song of Ice and Fire
« Reply #87 on: 28 Dec 2010, 17:27 »

Just reached the halfway mark. My conclusions and predictions stand as follows:
 - Dany is almost as annoying as her brother now. She will be insufferable once those eggs hatch.
 - Ned Stark is not long for this world.
 - Arya is destined to be a Faceless One or whatever those 'spensive assassins are called.
 - Jamie has fathered all Cersei's children. As such, Jofferey's claim to the throne is illegitimate.
 - Sansa is going to get seriously fucked over now that Lady is dead.
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Re: HBO's A Song of Ice and Fire
« Reply #88 on: 30 Dec 2010, 10:04 »

Just reached the halfway mark. My conclusions and predictions stand as follows:
 - Dany is almost as annoying as her brother now. She will be insufferable once those eggs hatch.
 - Ned Stark is not long for this world.
 - Arya is destined to be a Faceless One or whatever those 'spensive assassins are called.
 - Jamie has fathered all Cersei's children. As such, Jofferey's claim to the throne is illegitimate.
 - Sansa is going to get seriously fucked over now that Lady is dead.

I had similar predictions at that point in the book, minus the Arya one.  What gave you that idea?
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Re: HBO's A Song of Ice and Fire
« Reply #89 on: 30 Dec 2010, 11:40 »

Everything in this book is foreshadowed, that prediction clicked for me when the Council mentioned those guys. Arya doesn't stay put when things go to shit and she's is learning to dance from a Braavo, Syrio. An escape across the Narrow Sea, where she can further her studies, seems more than likely at this point but I don't know when this is going to happen.
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Re: HBO's A Song of Ice and Fire
« Reply #90 on: 30 Dec 2010, 11:43 »

Obviously I'm fuzzy on the details, but your response tells me I've thought too far ahead for my own good.
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Re: HBO's A Song of Ice and Fire
« Reply #91 on: 31 Dec 2010, 02:48 »

Obviously I'm fuzzy on the details, but your response tells me I've thought too far ahead for my own good.

I'll refrain from commenting further about your predictions, seeing as I've already influenced one or more of them. >_<

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« Reply #92 on: 31 Dec 2010, 10:03 »

Sounds like an interesting series. I can't wait to watch it, but I really should read the books first I suppose.
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Re: HBO's A Song of Ice and Fire
« Reply #93 on: 07 Jan 2011, 04:06 »

HBO held a private press event and invited two members of the 'Winter is Coming' blog.

They give a play-by-play of the 15 minute preview shown there for the first time.

http://winter-is-coming.net/2011/01/a-full-summary-of-the-15-min-sneak-peek/
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Re: HBO's A Song of Ice and Fire
« Reply #94 on: 17 Jan 2011, 04:25 »

A new trailer, haven't listened to it because my computer at work has no sound, but here you go:

http://www.makinggameofthrones.com/production-diary/category/inside-the-series?cf_synd_id=63Zo4UY
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Re: HBO's A Song of Ice and Fire
« Reply #95 on: 19 Jan 2011, 02:20 »

I just reread the first book in this series, I got through books 1-3 at least 7-8 years ago and it's time to revisit them.

I love this shit.  It's so good.  I really hope the HBO series isn't a mess.
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« Reply #96 on: 19 Jan 2011, 07:01 »

The production values for costuming and set design look good, and the author approves (look at the HBO Canada site and they podcasts indicate that Mr. Martin knows abotu it, was at the set and approves) - so I have hopes.

Besides, Sean Bean's in this - I rather enjoy his work.
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« Reply #97 on: 28 Feb 2011, 15:02 »

The Maester's Path.

Basically, you solve a puzzle and it gives you an awesome reward.

There will be different rewards weekly, it seems.

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« Reply #98 on: 01 Mar 2011, 09:46 »

The production values for costuming and set design look good, and the author approves (look at the HBO Canada site and they podcasts indicate that Mr. Martin knows abotu it, was at the set and approves) - so I have hopes.

He also appears on several of the featurettes they've posted on Youtube, so I'm pretty sure he's down with it.
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Re: HBO's A Song of Ice and Fire
« Reply #99 on: 04 Mar 2011, 10:57 »

new trailer

I am really excited. Littlefinger looks nothing like I pictured him, but it fits the character really well.
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