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The Game of Thrones series finale probably won’t please everyone, especially when it comes to the choice of new ruler of Westeros. But a new theory may reveal how the show has been building.
HBO’s latest ad for its hit series Game of Thrones features a dragon eclipsing the pages of The New York Times.The creative advertisement clearly portends the looming presence of Khaleesi’s dragons in the upcoming season, which premieres on March 31, 2013 at 9 pm.
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An eventful, controversial year of “Game of Thrones” comes to an end with “Mother’s Mercy,” an eventful, sure-to-be-controversial finale.
On this group discussion, The Times’s “Game of Thrones” experts dove into the theories, hopes and dreams leading up to the final season, days before the final season airs. Sharing their thoughts were reporter and Watching Guide: “Game of Thrones” newsletter writer Jennifer Vineyard and Times television editor Jeremy Egner, who has covered the show for The Times for years.
As Ginia Bellafante demonstrated in her New York Times article, a lot of sexism we encounter with Game of Thrones comes from critics and the fandom. Fantasy fans are often subject to stereotyping.
Adidas announced on March 11 that they had collaborated with Game of Thrones to honor the 8th and final season of Game of Thrones to create a Game of Thrones themed sneaker line. There are 6 new limited edition running shoes. There are sneakers such as “Adidas x Game of Thrones White Walker Ultraboost Shoes” and Adidas x Game of Thrones House Lannister Ultraboost Shoes. These aren’t.