Anthrax is heading to Westeros. Scott Ian and the rest of the long-running metal group will contribute to next year's Catch the Throne, the mixtape inspired by the HBO smash Game of Thrones and accompanying its upcoming fifth season.
If you're looking for a little Game of Thrones fix, we have the video for you.
Courtesy of Game of Thrones' mysterious ThreeEyedRaven.com website, we've been given a glimpse of season five, with footage showing Sansa (Sophie Turner), Tyrion (Peter Dinklage), a large book closing, and one very talkative raven. Sound confusing? it is.
You might need the sight of a warg to unravel this Game of Thrones mystery.
The official Game of Thrones Twitter account has tweeted a link to a new website, ThreeEyedRaven.com, which invites users to sign up for notifications via Twitter or text message. If you sign up via Twitter, you get a direct message teasing "You now have the power of #TheSight. Keep watch for visions of the future."
If you can’t wait until next year for some more Game of Thrones, you’re in luck: the first trailer for the official videogame based on the show (which is, in turn, based on the George R.R. Martin novels) has arrived, revealing the truth we’ve long suspected: Peter Dinklage looks just as good as an animated videogame character as he does on the show itself.
HBO has locked up its Game of Thrones stars for a potential seventh season of the hit drama.
The principal Thrones actors, who were signed only through six seasons of the show, have completed an extensive renegotiation of their contracts that includes an option for season seven, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
The grisly battle for the Iron Throne reached new highs in season four, with Game of Thrones amassing 18.6 million viewers for HBO and dethroning The Sopranos as the network’s most watched series ever. Season four also earned the show high marks from the TV Academy, which handed it 19 Emmy nominations, the most of any show this year.