All Men Must Die In 'Game Of Thrones' Vengeance Trailer

And probably some babies and wolves too. The newest look at Game of Thrones season four begins with Arya Stark reciting her Valar Morghulis pledge, which translates to "all men must die, but knowing this show, probably some babies, beloved pets and women as well." Stick around to see the surprise guest at the end. If you're able to recognize who it is, you win 25 King's Landing points. Redeemable at ShopRite.

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"You win or you die." Is this about Words With Friends? HBO had a surprise hit on their hands last year with Game of Thrones, presumably due to all the nudity and decapitations HBO is famous for providing its viewers. And they're doing the smart thing and not letting anybody see any beheadings for free, if this new teaser that just premiered is any indication. Still, you might be into it if you like the show. Enjoy, and try not to speak with a British accent for the rest of the day - unless you actually are British, of course.


Get A Load Of 'Game Of Thrones' Season Three

All your favorites are back. Some with cool new scars! The only thing better than watching Game Of Thrones is probably making Game Of Thrones. Just look how psyched everyone in this behind-the-scenes set  diary is. And that's in spite of the blazing heat, terrible cold, and Alfie Allen's tuna breath. Seriously, dude. Pick up some Ice Breakers. Nothing spoilery revealed here. It's what you've come to expect -- walking around in the desert, walking around in the forest, walking around in snow, and Arya getting terrorized by adults. The uje.


There's Good And Bad On Every Side In 'Game Of Thrones' Season Four Trailer

April 6th! HBO revealed a trailer for Game of Thrones season four and it's nothing short of ohmygodIwannawatchthisshowrightnow. The trailer hints that more of your favorites will meet horrible ends when Daeneyrs informs Jorah that whether good or bad, those who oppose her have a choice. Dragon or unich, which would you like to be murdered by? We're caught up with each faction. Daeneyrs has grown stronger. Joffrey is still a dick. Jon Snow is still fighting Wildlings. Arya is still seeking revenge. Bran is still doing stuff in the forest. Stannis is still depending on dark magic. Jamie tries on a new hand. And let's assume Theon is trying on his own prosthetic. Wow. George R.R. Martin really knows how to stretch out a narrative. It also looks like this could be the season where acting terrible and entitled catches up to the Lannisters as a man from Tywin's past arrives looking for revenge. How that will unfold, I'm not sure but I've been warned by book readers that a storm of crazy is on the horizon. I can't wait to see what happens next. But not badly enough to actually read. Ewww, gross.


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The Ass-Handing In King's Landing is this weekend. It's been a season full of jaw-dropping moments on Game of Thrones and the next episode looks like it will not disappoint in this regard. Showrunners D.B. Weiss and David Benioff tease that when Oberyn Martell takes on The Mountain in the upcoming Ass-Handing In King's Landing, it will be the show's best combat sequence. "It’s the culmination of 20 years of anger and hatred and thirst for vengeance coming to a head in this amazing set piece that [stunt coordinator Paul Herbert and swordmaster C.C. Smiff] have put together. The fight delivers beyond our expectations.” In other words, lots of kicking and flipping.