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Exclusive: Game of Thrones season 2 roundtable

Game of Thrones’s second season, based off of George R.R. Martin’s novel A Clash of Kings, is blissfully due to descend on us in just a few weeks’ time.  And though anticipation for the show’s return couldn’t be higher, there seems to be a growing undercurrent of tension or concern among both the fan and journalistic communities.  Showrunners D.B. Weiss and David Benioff have changed the name of Asha Greyjoy, Theon’s sister back on the Iron Islands, to Yara?  The way-cool storyline the crippled Bran Stark has back at Winterfell might be cut and moved to the third season?  Daenerys Targaryen’s minimal presence in the novel might be dramatically expanded – with action scenes?

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Wednesday, July 6, 2011

James Spader gets The Office job

James Spader is no longer unemployed.

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Sunday, July 3, 2011

What's a Game of Thrones without the Tower of the Hand?

The Game of Thrones might have just ended a few weeks ago, but the Dance with Dragons will be starting a few weeks hence.

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Sunday, June 26, 2011

Review: Game of Thrones, Episode 10

Weighing in at just over 800 pages, A Game of Thrones is full of plots and sub-plots, primary and secondary (and tertiary and ancillary) characters, major and minor leitmotifs, and foreshadowing of foreshadowing – to say it is a dense narrative is an understatement in the extreme, particularly considering its status as only the inaugural chapter of a much larger tale.  This column (It Is Known: An Analysis of Thrones) will act as a companion piece to both series, novel and television, analyzing each installment’s character beats and plot points as well as scrutinizing the transition from page to script.  What it will not do is spoil the story; the hope and intent is elucidation, not ruination.

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Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Jason Patric joins FX's Powers pilot

Yesterday I told you about the first casting news associated with FX's new Powers television show, based on the comic book series created by Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Fleming. The first cast member named was Lucy Punch who will play Det. Deena Pilgrim, the more quick temperted and less seasoned of the two cops the show follows. Today we learn the name of the show's main actor, the guy with the chiseled square jaw that will play Det. Christian Walker.

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Tuesday, June 21, 2011

100 Bullets now handled by Blade's David Goyer

Showtime Networks has lined up the screenwriter of the Blade trilogy to find a way to adapt Vertigo/DC's 100 Bullets comic book series into a noir-ish TV show. The man in question is David S. Goyer, and he's going to write the pilot episode for Showtime's proposed 100 Bullets series as well as executive produce it for the network.

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Lucy Punch cast in Powers pilot

British comedy actress Lucy Punch isn't best known for roles in dramas but she'll have her chance to make a new impression with American audiences in the TV adaptation of the Powers comic book. Punch has just been revealed as the first cast member in the pilot. She'll play Det. Deena Pilgrim, the partner to the show's main character.

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Sunday, June 19, 2011

Review: Game of Thrones, Episode 9

Weighing in at just over 800 pages, A Game of Thrones is full of plots and sub-plots, primary and secondary (and tertiary and ancillary) characters, major and minor leitmotifs, and foreshadowing of foreshadowing – to say it is a dense narrative is an understatement in the extreme, particularly considering its status as only the inaugural chapter of a much larger tale.  This column (It Is Known: An Analysis of Thrones) will act as a companion piece to both series, novel and television, analyzing each installment’s character beats and plot points as well as scrutinizing the transition from page to script.  What it will not do is spoil the story; the hope and intent is elucidation, not ruination.

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Monday, June 13, 2011

Star Wars live action TV show still on hold

Remember a long time ago in a decade that's now far, far away, the plan was to make and broadcast a live action Star Wars television show? Set between the end of Revenge of the Sith and the start of A New Hope, SWTV would introduce us to a whole new group of characters as the Empire consolidated its power and Darth Vader eliminated the surviving Jedi from the galaxy.

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Sunday, June 12, 2011

Review: Game of Thrones, Episode 8

Weighing in at just over 800 pages, A Game of Thrones is full of plots and sub-plots, primary and secondary (and tertiary and ancillary) characters, major and minor leitmotifs, and foreshadowing of foreshadowing – to say it is a dense narrative is an understatement in the extreme, particularly considering its status as only the inaugural chapter of a much larger tale.  This column (It Is Known: An Analysis of Thrones) will act as a companion piece to both series, novel and television, analyzing each installment’s character beats and plot points as well as scrutinizing the transition from page to script.  What it will not do is spoil the story; the hope and intent is elucidation, not ruination.

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Saturday, June 11, 2011

Seven seconds of Wonder Woman

NBC may have passed on David E. Kelley's proposed Wonder Woman TV show but that pilot still exists somewhere, locked away securely in a vault. Will we ever get to see Adrianne Palicki as Diana of Themyscira? Until that day comes, we do have a tiny smattering of video to look at showing the actress in her Wonder Woman costume. It's not much, but it's enough to probably make a few of you sweat.

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Sunday, June 5, 2011

Review: Game of Thrones, Episode 7

Weighing in at just over 800 pages, A Game of Thrones is full of plots and sub-plots, primary and secondary (and tertiary and ancillary) characters, major and minor leitmotifs, and foreshadowing of foreshadowing – to say it is a dense narrative is an understatement in the extreme, particularly considering its status as only the inaugural chapter of a much larger tale.  This column (It Is Known: An Analysis of Thrones) will act as a companion piece to both series, novel and television, analyzing each installment’s character beats and plot points as well as scrutinizing the transition from page to script.  What it will not do is spoil the story; the hope and intent is elucidation, not ruination.

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Friday, June 3, 2011

Brand new Voltron Force sneak peek!

About a week and a half ago, we gave you an advance look at the pilot episode of NickToon's Voltron Force. Included was a still frame of Voltron and Lotor in what appeared to be a staring contest. Now you can see that particular image brought to life.  Enjoy:

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Sunday, May 29, 2011

Review: Game of Thrones, Episode 6

Weighing in at just over 800 pages, A Game of Thrones is full of plots and sub-plots, primary and secondary (and tertiary and ancillary) characters, major and minor leitmotifs, and foreshadowing of foreshadowing – to say it is a dense narrative is an understatement in the extreme, particularly considering its status as only the inaugural chapter of a much larger tale.  This column (It Is Known: An Analysis of Thrones) will act as a companion piece to both series, novel and television, analyzing each installment’s character beats and plot points as well as scrutinizing the transition from page to script.  What it will not do is spoil the story; the hope and intent is elucidation, not ruination.

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Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Exclusive: Voltron Force update

A little over a year ago, atrejub and I took a trip to WEP's main headquarters in St. Louis to get the lowdown on the latest Voltron developments. We got a few cool exclusives on the upcoming movie and Voltron Force, and were invited to come back some time for an update. Since Voltron Force will be debuting in under a month, we figured it would be a great time to drop in and get another advance look for Corona readers.

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