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  • Tasty & Tasteless Art from Thrones Fans

    From Imagination.. to Words.. to Characters You Can Taste

    George R. R. Martin created such a multilayered world out of the phantasms of our histories that his stories feel truer than real life, or at least more understandable.  A Song of Ice and Fire drew the attention of artists long before HBO took an interest in adapting it into a series, but once the characters of Westeros were introduced to television audiences a wealth of art from a new generation of fans began to spring forth.  While it is satisfying to see our favorite characters recreated in different styles, for us at Too Much, it’s even more fun to see depictions of characters, places, and events not seen on the tv series.

    Have a Slice of Tyrion

    This sculpture of Tyrion Lannister is presumably delicious. He’s a cake made of modeling chocolate, RKT and fondant.

    Timelapse Painting of "Unsullied's Journey"

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    What if Disney made Game of Thrones?

    Holographic Westeros

    Our favorite fantastic fiction realized into pixels and mesh by these brilliant creators

    Serving You White Walker Realness

    Zach Brunner is the creator of the hilarious and sizzling illustration of the Night King twerking

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  • A Song of Elmo’s Fire

    Can Cersei handle the glare of Elmo?

    Cersei and Tyrion got to meet with their Muppet counterparts, and the people who bring them alive.

    Not sure if it worked on Cersei, but Lena Headey is exuberant!

    HBO’s West World faces a more monstrous Muppet

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  • A Song of Ice and Fire Spin Offs and Prequels

    SNL sketches up some suggestions for HBO

    Coldplay's Game of Thrones: The Musical

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    And for extra credit:

    School of Thrones

    There is a REAL prequel in development starring Naomi Watts. Few details have emerged but you can follow updates direct from HBO here. It will take place thousands of years before the Game of Thrones story we know.

    There are four other potential spin-offs in the wings.

    Though HBO is only moving forward with one prequel for now, there are four other projects that could still potentially get the green-light. Here’s what we know:

    Prequel #2: Max Borenstein

    Max Borenstein, a screenwriter for Kong: Skull Island and an upcoming Godzillamovie, is working on a prequel idea for HBO. He hasn’t said anything about his project, but he did speak to Creative Screenwriting about his experiences working on both smaller scale and big-budget projects. “Sometimes it makes sense for a studio to plug screenwriters who do smaller, dramatic pieces into movies that are of giant scale,” he said. “What they’d like to do is bring those giant-scale movies down to earth a little.”

    Prequel #3: Brian Helgeland

    Brian Helgeland, who won the Best Adapted Screenplay Oscar for L.A. Confidential (and, the same year, the Razzie for The Postman’s screenplay), is working on a prequel idea for Game of Thrones. More recently, he was behind the movie Legend, which starred Tom Hardy in dual roles as twins. He hasn’t talked about the project, but back in 2015 he said television wasn’t for him. “It’s only in the last four or five years that that’s become an option, but I’m not interested in TV,” he told Collider. “I want to make movies so I’m going to die with my boots on.”

    Prequel #4: Carly Wray and George R. R. Martin

    Carly Wray, a writer for The Leftovers and Mad Men, is working on a prequel idea with Martin. Wray hasn’t done much press around her previous projects—or around this one—but she is coming straight off another critically beloved HBO drama, so the transition would be pretty easy for her.

    Prequel #5: Bryan Cogman and George R.R. Martin

    Entertainment Weekly reports Bryan Cogman, a co-executive producer and prolific writer on Game of Thrones, is working on a fifth prequel. He worked with George R.R. Martin on the concept, but of course is tight-lipped about what the show is about.

    Martin hinted at a fifth prequel series in the works back in May, without mentioning Cogman’s name. “He’s a really terrific addition,” Martin wrote on his LiveJournal. “A great guy and a fine writer, and aside from me and maybe Elio and Linda [who run Westeros.org], I don’t know anyone who knows and loves Westeros as well as he does.”

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  • Kit Harington Hosts a Gamey SNL

    The opening monologue gets invaded by the rest of the cast from Game of Thrones!

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  • Returning to the Upside Down for Stranger Things 3

    Season 1 & 2 Recap

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    Who is in the cast?

    All of the original cast are on board for the new episodes. That means: Millie Bobby Brown’s Eleven, Finn Wolfhard’s Mike, Winona Ryder’s Joyce, Noah Schnapp’s Will, Caleb Mclaughlin’s Lucas, Gaten Matarazzo’s Dustin, Natalia Dyer’s Nancy, Charlie Heaton’s Jonathan and fan favourite Joe Keery (Steve) are all set to return. Season two additions Max (Sadie Sink) and Billy (Dacre Montgomery)  will also return. As for new additions: fresh off last year’s BBC adaptation of Little Women, Maya Thurman-Hawke (daughter of Uma and Ethan) will join up with the main cast as Robin, a new character who uncovers a “dark secret” in Hawkins.

    Storm Troopers star Jake Busey and Cary Elwes (The Princess Bride) have also been added to the line-up as new characters Bruce and Mayor Kline, respectively, and Haters Back Off’s Francesca Reale will feature as Heather, a lifeguard at the community pool who becomes the focal point of a “dark mystery”.

    Plus, Lucas’ sarky little sister Erica (played by Priah Ferguson) is set to play a much bigger role. According to a release from Netflix, season three will see her embark on a “wild mission to save Hawkins from a dangerous and unexpected new threat”.

    Bite Sized Samples of Season 3

    Is the Upside Down spilling out into our world? Is the mystery gang beginning to smell like teen spirit?

    Season 3 Trailer

    Let's Go To the Mall

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  • Doomsday Prepping for Game of Thrones Season 8

    Complete Game of Thrones Recap

    This impressive supercut catches you up to every episode in just 12 Minutes!

    !!MAJOR SPOILERS!!

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    Game of Thrones: Who’s dead and who’s alive?

    Jon Snow
    Jon Snow (Kit Harington) managed to capture a Wight and bring it to Cersei to prove that the creatures—and by proxy, the White Walkers—do exist. Having survived yet another encounter with the Night King, he is now headed back to his home of Winterfell—with his new lover (and, unbeknownst to him, his aunt) Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) in tow.

    Daenerys Targaryen
    Daenerys may have lost one of her dragons while saving Jon Snow beyond the Wall, but she survived the encounter with the Night King and his army. After brokering an uneasy alliance with Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey), she is now headed to Winterfell with Jon.

    Cersei Lannister
    The Queen of the Seven Kingdoms has lost all of her children over the course of the series but still managed to elevate herself to queen. She now claims that she is pregnant. She reveals to Jaime (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) that she intends to double-cross Daenerys and let the Mother of Dragons’ forces tire themselves out fighting the White Walkers before attacking Daenerys herself.

    Tyrion Lannister
    After arranging a meeting between Daenerys and Cersei, Tyrion (Peter Dinklage) is on his way to Winterfell with Jon and Daenerys, though he is concerned about the Mother of Dragon’s romantic entanglement with Jon.

    Sansa Stark
    After warning Jon about bending the knee to Daenerys, Sansa (Sophie Turner) takes over the day-to-day operations in Winterfell. She executes Littlefinger for
    conspiring against her family and currently rules over the North.

    Ayra Stark
    Arya (Maisie Williams) returns to Winterfell after avenging the death of her family members by killing Walder Frey. She and Sansa eventually decide to work together with their brother Bran (Isaac Hempstead Wright) as a wolf pack to survive.

    Bran Stark
    After arriving in Winterfell, Bran reveals that Jon is the son of Rhaegar Targaryen and Lyanna Stark to Samwell Tarly (John Bradley). He then uses his powers to watch the Night King destroy a large part of the Wall and march south toward Winterfell.

    Jaime Lannister
    Disgusted with Cersei’s plan to attack Daenerys and Jon Snow when the fate of the entire realm is at stake—shades of the Mad King—Jaime walks out of King’s Landing. He rides to the North.

    Brienne of Tarth
    Brienne (Gwendoline Christie) witnesses the meeting between Jon, Daenerys and Cersei in Winterfell. When Cersei initially refuses to help Daenerys and Jon, Brienne pleads with Jaime to talk to his sister. She is now heading back to Winterfell.

    Theon Greyjoy
    After his sister Yara (Gemma Whelan) is captured by their uncle Euron Greyjoy (Pilou Asbæk), Theon (Alfie Allen) rallies the Ironborn to help him save Yara by
    proving himself in a battle. He is now sailing to the Seven Kingdoms to try to save her.

    Samwell Tarly
    Sam leaves the Citadel to tell Jon Snow that he has both Targaryen and Stark blood. He arrives at Winterfell where he and Bran piece together that Jon is the
    rightful heir to the Iron Throne.

    Davos Seaworth
    Ser Davos (Liam Cunningham) accompanies Jon Snow and Daenerys to their meeting with Cersei. He is currently on the ship back to Winterfell.

    The Mountain
    When Jaime challenges Cersei, she implicitly threatens to have The Mountain (Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson) kill Jaime. However, Jaime calls her bluff and leaves King’s Landing. The Mountain remains with Cersei.

    Varys
    Varys (Conleth Hill) attended the negotiations with Cersei in the Dragonpit and is traveling with Jon and Daenerys back to Winterfell.

    Jorah Mormont
    With Sam’s help, Jorah (Iain Glen) cures his Dragonscale. He accompanies Jon first on his mission beyond the Wall to secure a wight and then to King’s Landing to negotiate with Cersei. He is currently sailing back to Winterfell.

    Melisandre
    On Dragonstone, Melisandre (Carice van Houten) tells Varys that she must return to Westeros because her fate is to die there. That’s the last time she appears in season 7.

    Euron Greyjoy
    Euron says during the meeting in the Dragonpit that he is going to return to the Iron Islands and wait out the war away from the White Walkers since they can’t swim. Cersei later reveals to Jaime that Euron is in fact procuring soldiers from the Golden Company for her.

    The Hound
    After threatening his brother, The Mountain, and demonstrating the Wight’s abilities to Cersei, The Hound (Rory McCann) sails to Winterfell.

    Bronn
    Bronn (Jerome Flynn), leading a group of Lannister soldiers, greets Tyrion, Jon and their allies in King’s Landing and escorts them to the Dragonpit. Tyrion offers to pay Bronn to join their side, and Bronn declines. Bronn and Podrick leave the Dragonpit before the meeting begins.

    Tormund Giantsbane
    Tormund (Kristofer Hivju) is guarding Eastwatch when the Night King orders the ice dragon to destroy the wall. But a recent trailer for the final season revealed that he did indeed survive the attack, though it is unclear how.

    Gendry
    When Jon’s forces are overwhelmed beyond the Wall, Gendry (Joe Dempsie) runs back to Eastwatch to send a raven to Daenerys. He collapses before the wall and conveys the message to Davos.

    Yara Greyjoy
    Yara is captured by her uncle, Euron Greyjoy, and paraded through the streets of King’s Landing. She is taken away by guards to be imprisoned. Theon rallies the Ironborn to try to save her.

    Grey Worm
    After leading the Unsullied to King’s Landing to ensure a peaceful parlay between the two queens and intimidate Cersei, Grey Worm (Jacob Anderson) returns with Daenerys’ army to Dragonstone.

    Missandei
    After the meeting with Cersei, Missendei (Nathalie Emmanuel) sails with Daenerys to Winterfell.

    Daario Naharis
    Daenerys asks Daario (Michiel Huisman) and the Second Sons to stay in Meereen to keep the peace while a democratic government is established.

    Jaqen H’ghar
    Arya traps Jaqen (Tom Wlaschiha) and points her sword at him in the House of Black and White. He allows her to leave while also taking back her identity as Arya Stark.

    Beric Dondarrion
    Beric (Richard Dormer) is guarding Eastwatch when the Night King arrives with his dragon. In the Game of Thrones season 8 trailer, it’s revealed that he lived to fight another day.

    Meera Reed
    After bringing Bran to Winterfell, Meera (Ellie Kendrick) tells Bran that she has to return to her family home, Greywater Watch, before the White Walkers arrive. She observes that the real Bran died in the cave of the Three-Eyed Raven
    and then leaves.

    Podrick Payne
    Podrick (Daniel Portman) reunites with Bronn and Tyrion at King’s Landing during the meeting between Daenerys and Cersei. He leaves the Dragonpit with Bronn but presumably accompanies Brienne back to Winterfell after the tête-à-tête.

    Gilly
    Gilly (Hannah Murray) travels from Old Town to Winterfell with Sam in order to tell Jon about his true parentage.

    Lyanna Mormont
    Lyanna (Bella Ramsey) stays behind with Sansa when Jon Snow goes to Dragonstone to appeal to Daenerys.

    Ellaria Sand
    After Euron captures Ellaria (Indira Varma), Cersei imprisons Ellaria with her daughter, Tyene (Rosabell Laurenti Sellers). Cersei poisons Tyene and tells Ellaria that she will be kept alive to watch her daughter die and decompose.

    Qyburn
    Qyburn (Anton Lesser) tells Cersei she is pregnant before the meeting in the Dragonpit. He accompanies her to that meeting and examines the Wight that
    Jon Snow brings there. He presumably accompanies Cersei back to the castle afterward.

    Robin Arryn
    Robin, following the advice of Littlefinger, sends the Vale armies to help his cousin Sansa fight the Boltons. It’s unclear who is counseling Robin now that
    Littlefinger is dead.

    Hot Pie
    Hot Pie (Ben Hawkey) tells Arya that Jon Snow defeated the Boltons at the Battle of the Bastards, and Arya decides to travel home to her family rather
    than to King’s Landing to kill Cersei. She warns Hot Pie to be careful, and he says he’s a survivor.

    Eddison Tollett
    We last saw Jon Snow’s longtime companion Edd (Ben Crompton) greeting Meera and Bran on the Northern side of the Wall. It looks like he’s alive and
    leading the Night’s Watch, according to a recent trailer for the final season.

    Season 8 Trailer

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  • HBO GO STFU
    hbo go netflix and chill game of thrones
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  • The Doctor’s Greatest Enemy?

    This isn’t the Daleks or the Cybermen, this is a challenge far more dangerous

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