Game Of Thrones news and gift ideas for fans of the popular show and/or book series – see below for some ideas as well as some news on the company. See a short video guide and links to our eight GOT Holiday gift ideas below. Amazon has sales on some of these items, as well.
The Official GOT Coloring Book: $13.33
GOT House Sigil Shot Glass Set: $26.99
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GOT Collector’s Edition Monopoly Game:
GOT Ghost Ornament: $14
GOT Clue Board Game: $50.98
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‘Game of Thrones’ actor Peter Vaughan dies at 93
“Game of Thrones” actor Peter Vaughan has passed away at age 93 on Tuesday. The British actor played Maester Aemon on the HBO drama for five seasons, and had a long and distinguished acting career. The actor joined the show during its first season in 2011 as the blind maester of Castle Black with a mysterious past. Before joining “Thrones,” Vaughan’s credits date all the way back to 1954, appearing in films such as 1985’s “Brazil” and 1993’s “The Remains of the Day.” Vaughan was born in 1923 and served in Normandy and Belgium during World War II.
George R. R. Martin confirms ‘The Winds of Winter’ will be a depressing book
‘Game of Thrones’ creator George R. R. Martin delivered another crushing blow during a Q & A on Monday. “You know, it is called The Winds of Winter, and I’ve been telling you for 20 years that winter was coming. And winter’s the time when things die, and you know… cold, and ice, and darkness fills the world.” ‘The Winds of Winter’, Martin’s sixth book in his hit series ‘A Song of Fire and Ice‘, has been in the works for five years and has yet to be given a release date.