‘Game of Thrones’: Winter is coming…

March 10, 2011 | 4:25 p.m.

At Showtracker, our sister blog, there’s news from the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros…

game of thrones Game of Thrones: Winter is coming... 

HBO has unveiled a new poster for “Game of Thrones,” so draw your sword! Or … look melancholy alongside it like Lord Eddard here.

“Game of Thrones” is based on the George R.R. Martin novels set in the mythical land of Westeros. The medieval fantasy drama centers on the Stark family who become entangled in high-court drama when patriarch Eddard, played by Sean Bean, becomes the king’s top advisor.

The poster release is just another way to stir interest about the series. The network also launched an interactive marketing campaign, The Maester’s Path,” an interactive puzzle…

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4 Responses to ‘Game of Thrones’: Winter is coming…

  1. Dum Dum Dugan says:

    Prince Boromir! Huzzah!

    the poster is cool, but lets be honest the only pull this series has is thy noble Prince Boromir.

    • Tmiller says:

      It looks like a grown up version of what is, let's face it, a rather juvenile "Lord of the Rings." I look forward to it.

  2. cgoofies` says:

    "Games of Thrones", looks really awesome. People who like these Fantasty Video Games, and The "Lord of the Ring" movies should like this. Also, people into Swords also. They are very popular for collectors of series or movies.

  3. FilmEdge.net says:

    I've had my eye on this series since the first previews. The fact that it's on HBO speaks well for its success as a serious adult drama amid all the fantasy elements. Dig the new poster too. April 14th is set on my viewing calendar.

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